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See Date on Your Label The Inteki 53 CARROLL SHANKS TO GET JOB In State Banking Department Said to Have Stanley's Promise. OURNAL , This Label Is Either a Re-ceipt or a Bill. W- Does It Say lt t-- S K Established 1860.57th Year.-- No. Stanford, Lincoln County, Kentucky, rnaxwm .t", jwiy COMMENDATION FOR DR jLYNE lyio THOMAS H. EADS BUYS FARM. Tuesdays and Fridays The real estate firm of Hughes & McCarty sold this week for Mrs. J. C. Barker her farm of 500 acres, situated about 3 2 miles from The price was private. The I. J. is told this is a splendid investment and it has no doubt but that Mr. Eads has bought the right place and will make good money on it. Mr. Eads is an all around good farmer and hustler. We are sorry to lose him and his family. He says that he expects to make a stock farm out of the place. 1-Hus-tonville. TOPPLED OVER BRIDGE IN AUTO GREAT "DRIVE" STILL GOES ON CHILD MEETS Papers Boosting Him Strongly for Grand Warden of Odd Fellows HORRIBLE FATE NEW STYLE OF MULE COLT RING i ' The appointment of Senator Geo. English and French Penetrate Second Asleep in Grass Near Home at Cedar Teddy Aldridge Badly Injured And Stanford Fair Offers $150 for Best Friends of Dr. George B.Lyne, of G. Speer, of Frankfort by Gov. StanCreek When Heavily-Lade- n Line Trenches of Germans Has Narrow Escape From BeYoung Hybrid, Winner to Become Crab Orchard, who are offering him ley, as State Banking Commissioner ' Wagon Runs Over Him. And Still Go Forward ing Instantly Killed. the exalted post of Warden of for Property of Fair Association this week, lent hopes to his many Grand Lodge of Odd Fellows, of friends here that the appointment of On Tuesday the son Kentucky, are greatlypleflsedwith W. Carroll Shanks, of this city, as The great offensive or "drive" of the cordial recenfcirm wiui Public spirited business men all of Mr. Sady Doane was run over and this citv, was State Bank Examiner, would be anTeddy Aldridge, of Keing the English and French armies in an accorded his candidacjg over this and neighboring counties EtiBpreth- - killed at his home near Cedar Creek, the victim of an auto accident at a nounced at the same time. It has been effort to force the Germans out of are contributing liberally to the speknown as the George Abraham's UUO nr ine ate hour Wednesday night, which al- understood for some time that Mr. France and Belgium, started July 1st J. Gil Ul He glCUb U1K cial premiums for the Knights of state. fr;iMHNHjficf'iv- - farm. It seems that the little fellow being tow- Shanks was 'to receive this plum from after an intense artillery bombard- inp lptfprs and his nil? Pythias Fair to be held in Stanford, most cost his life. While B9Vrfrfvm wwc7XMKBiare was waiting on the bridge near his Gov. Stanley, who is his close cousin, August 23, 24, and 25. A splendid ed into town in his racer roadster by and who is said to have promised ment. So far the allies claim to have pledging support, an$I HpP?spa- - home for the wagons hauling in hay, caused the Germans a loss of about pers are giving him list has already been secured, which H. L. Bailey, of the Bailey Garage it to him some time ago. However, GO, iMMTOMmlt and and had been swinging on behind WOODWARD TO BUILD ROAD. 000 men. The allies have pene- fiavorable assures one of the most attractive J.fj . UXWdjcatinn and riding to the barn. He went as enmention. f' Woodward Bros., who are building premium Commissioner Speer at once appoint- trated at points a distance up to sevCompany, the tow rope became lists of any fair in a counhigh esteemttmilsl 2ffK 1S far as the bridge and lay down and such a splendid roadway out the try town in Kentucky this season. tangled in steering gear of the dis- ed Rankin Revill, Rodes Settle and en miles through the German first of the . tivrfiS" HHKtfiV the went to sleep in a bunch of weeds Crab Orchard pike In this county unabled car coming down Cemetery J. Stone Walker as Bank Examiners, and second lines of trenches. The held is shown by Jt&n A new and very attractive feature pub- at the edge of the Dridge. His little der the stateaid contracts, were sucso that just what position Mr. Shanks latest dispatch from London has this Bowling Green Times-Journa- l, hill. Mr. Aldridge lost control of his lished at Dr. Lyne's former home. It cousin, about twelve years of age, cessful in securing the contract to will be the Mule Colt Stake this seamachine, which crashed over the is to receve is not generally known, to say of the offensive: son, which will be one of the most had this to say of him : "Dr. George drove up with a wagon load of hay, build the Somerset-Euban- k road at liberal and attractive offered on any bridge head into the creek below, as there have been but three regular Having captured the whole Ger- B. Lyne, was for a number of years and failed to see the little form ly- the of the contracts by the completely reversing itself and pin- Bank Examiners in the office during man second line south of the Somme in the drug business in this city in ing so peacefully asleep. The heavy Pulaski fiscal court last week. The fair circuit this season. The stake Mr. Aldrich under it. His right the past term of Banking Commis- river from the river to BeUoy. the ning partnership with his brother. They wagon passed over the middle of his contract the local contractors secured this year will be worth $150, which leg was crushed just above the an- sioner Thomas J. Smith, of Rich- French have resumed operations to will go to the winning colt, but a proMr. the north of the river and have clear- conducted a drug store in the opera of his body and with the cry of will amount to about $30,000. Eu vision of the stake will be kle, both bones being broken, and he mond, who has just retired. that the house building. Dr. Lyne took sustained a severe injury to his head Shanks, who is one of the most prom- ed the bank almost to Clerj. The his degrees in Aeolian Lodge, all "Mamma," on his lips, his spirit gene Moynahan, also of Jessamine animal which wins the blue and the this passed from earth. The stricken county, secured a contract to build above the left temple, which may inent and best known farmers of the French who have established them- city, and his candidacy will therefore parents have the deepest sympathy about $70,000 worth of road for Pu money will become property of the county, has been taking a special selves at Sormont farm also threatprove the more serious injury of the Fair Association. This will be in no doubt appeal to the members of of every one in this sad hour. The laski, in another direction. two. A large contusion was made, course in banking at the Lincoln en Clery. The British are still heav- the order here effect offering the sum of $150 for and in this immediate little cousin is heart-broke- n and rethrough which the physicians have County National Bank for several ily engaged all along their front vicinity. the best mule colt in this section, Dr. Lyne is ad TWO NEW SCHOOLHOUSES fuses to be comforted. been unable yet to ascertain whether months, in order to be prepared to from Hardecourt. Notwithstanding Christian gentleman and the which is an offer that no breeder Grand is fractured or not Mr. fill the position the governor is said heavy German counter-atackthe skull The County Board of Education would probably refuse for the best tl ty Lodge of Odd Fellows will make no Aldridge did not lose consciousness to have promised him. have been able to maintain all che mistake in electing him to the high BURGLARS AT CRAB ORCHARD. held a short meeting here Monday, young hybrid in his lot. The ring h He complains at any time, however. ground gained and extended it at office of Grand Warden." routine business occupying chiefly the an innovation which is bound to atof a feeling of bleeding inside the BIG LOT SALE IN DANVILLE some points. By attention of the members. Two new tract a lot of attention, and will unSeveral Citizens' Homes Visited skull on the right side and fears are As the German trenches are occu- NEW DISTRICT GAME WARDEN schoolhouses have just been complet- doubtedly prove very popular. No a Midnight Marauder. To Be Open- pied, evidence accumulates of the entertained that a blood vessel within Attractive ed and have been accepted by the entrance fee will be charged to the ed There Monday and Tuesday. the head, has been ruptured. deadly execution of artillery. In Sam J. Embry Receives Notice of One is located at Grneu-hei- ring. Several Crab Orchard people had Board. The car which took the almost fasome cases 80 per cent of the defendand wil be taught this coming His Appointment By Ward. One of the biggest and most atvisits from a burglar Wednesday tal plunge has been an unfortunate BUYS MORE LAND IN LINCOLN. ers were killed by the terrific shelling two of them feel term by Miss Mayme Singleton. The tractive sales of building lots ever to which they one for its owner, who has had it in Sam J. Embry, of this city was the night and at least While back home in Kentucky last were subjected Britother is on Moccasin, north of King's the repair shop for some time. A held in this section of the state, will ish losses vary. Certain formations recipient of an appointment. July 1st the effects of the call. Dr. W. W. Mountain and will be taught by Rus- week, Col. G. W. Durham of the Unwinfew weeks ago, while standing in be at Danville next Monday and being called on to attack defenses upon which his many friends are Burgin's home was entered by a sell Thompson. Each was erected ion Pacific railroad with headquardow of ters in New York, added to his Linfront of the garage on Depot street, Tuesday, when the United Realty Co. where machine guns remained un- - warmly congratulating him, He re- which the dining room and his pants, at a cost of about $400. to Lancaswere of it started in some way, and tore ter, which J. S. Haselden, ofwill open uamugi'u, uiieieu Heavily. (.'tncia ceived notification from State Fish were relievedlying close billsthe bed, coln county farm acreage by puris advertising manager, of two $5 and $3 down the hill, barely missing running chasing the farm of Hugh H. Logan. captured positions which they and Game Commissioner J. Quincy TACKS SCATTERED ON PIKE. up a or $4 in silver. The scamp was clevof property owned had been the over pedestrians as it ran across set as their objective with Ward, of Frankfort, that he had acres, situated a Autoists who went and returned containing 62 1er enough to leave his watch. J. H. street at a frightful rate of by Messrs. John Nichols and Hubert very slight losses. Main been recently appointed as District Collier, who also lives in from Danville Thursday morning, mile from Crab Orchard on the Lancathe depot ster-Crab speed, as it gained momentum. It is McGoodwin. The fact that Mr. HasOrchard pike near his Instead of compelling the Germans Game Warder, to succeed the end city, was visited and $20 picked up a lot of tacks in their tires, elden is in charge of this sale, will of the a built over machine, on the racer to lessen their efforts at Verdun, the late J. M. Bailey, of Danville. The other farm. He gets possession of in paper taken from his coat pocket. which seem to have been strewn by type, and Mr. Aldridge, who is local add a great deal of confidence to Anglo-Frenc- h the fields, which are fallow now and offensive seems to place pays a nice salary and during de- Thinking everybody honest, Mr. Col- some miscreant with malice in his agent for a Lebanon wholesale liquor those from this section, wKo are have increased their determination, the open seasons will keep Mr. Emheart toward car drivers. Quite a of the house, garden, etc., on the house, used it considerably in his sirio'us of securing property in one possibly in the hope of preventing the bry busy seeing that the fish and lier does not lock his doors and the number came in with tires down, and first of January, next. Col. Durham business. He started out in it Wed- of the fastest and most promising French from sending reinforcements game laws are enforced. He has the thief found easy sailing in his prem- one picked a dozen small carpet tacks will endeavor to find a trust-wortises. His watch, a fine gold one, was nesday evening, and was on the little cities in the state just at pres- to the Somme. four, c6untie&ofLk8aie.Bfrl:. Gar-- also overlooked. Frank Brooks had a out of one tire. An effort is being tenant for the place. That he has . ent. The Danville Messenger, de- western slope of Cemetery Hill, when confidence in the future of Lincoln iBritish observers eaeg& satisfacT fardWJCaywitluffiKKurLic Ji.(?j.i. ... u. iVlne at :i. .sa muchAmade to ascertain just who perpetrat . it stalled on him and 'he- - telephoned serines liiu jirupciby 10 uu uuiiitiu m tion with .the progress winch has been tion, the county game wardienof each"- ;callrbutrit.W Victor mtide.host, who ed such a' deed, and itissaid that a ,c,ounty farm lands is evidenced, by noise that he awoke the to Bailey's Garage for a tow in. Mr. the following: the made. With the heavy casualties being under his direct supervision. scared him away. The same night clew has been obtained to his ident- thanfact that he in increasing rather The beautiful addition, just openBailey responded shortly afterward, decreasing his acreage, although caused by the bombardment and the Few better qualified men could have footsteps were heard on George Par-rish-'s ity. of Messrs. he has had recent opportunities to and started to town with the disabled ed idjoining the property McGoodwin taking of 16,000 prisoners and a been found by Mr. Ward for this porch the "close out." car towing behind, Mr. Aldridge John Nichols and Hubert great quantity of war materials, to- work than Mr. Embry, who is his opened the and when was door was WAYNESBURG LADY DEAD imposter on Maple avenue, has been surveyed heard to steering the "dead" car. Coming gether with the subsequent losses in- personal friend and will work in comWarri-ne- r, The aged mother of J. G. jump from the side of the porch and streets have been com- flicted down this side of the hill, which is into lots, the in counter-attack- s, it is be- plete harmony with the state depart- take to his heels. So far officers proprietor of the Warriner Ho- WOODS CAMPAIGN CHAIRMAN. the entire sixty lots rather steep, Mr. Aldridge says that pleted and at auction on Monday will lieved that the German power of re- ment. At a meeting of the Democratic tel, died at his home in the southern have been, unable to ascertain who be offered and the tow rope became entangled in Tuesday, the 10th and 11th. The sistance must have been weakened. section of the county Thursday. J. committee here last Saturday, which the rascal is, but every effort will be some way with his steering gear and The Russians continue to record BOYS GO TO CAMP BOONE. brought about in the effort to land A. Ball, of this city, went there and was attended by four of the commitsale is being made by the United successes, some of which are importhe was unable to control the car, embalmed the body which was taken teemen, James H. Woods, a well The Third Period at Camp Daniel him. which J. S. Haselden which took a sudden slant off the Realty Co., of ant, along thei,: whole front from Boone opens today and several boys to her old home in Russell county for known young democrat, was chosen bridge and over it went with its is advertising manager and 0. T. Riga to the Carpathians. The situa- from here left this norning for interment. Mrs. Warriner was a campaign chairman to lead the fight general manager. NO MALT MEAD AT C. O. driver. He was thrown somewhat Wallace tion in the Caucasus is somewhat an outing on the Keniucky river. splendid old lady in every way. She to carry Lincoln county for Wilson Everyone who has seen this prop- confusing. Soft drink establishments at Crab was a away from it in the fall, else he g Turkish and Russian re- The camp is located about 12 miles Christian and beloved and Marshall in November. As Lin-co- n erty pronounces it the most desirable ports might have been instantly killed. is very close under normal condiare more at variance than us from Nicholasville and oily one half Orchard will in the future handle no by all who knew her. She was 82 lies well, has many claiming victories in the of a mile from Valley "fiew, where more malt mead, or other drinks, years of age and is survived by sev- tions, he should, and doubtless will, The fall must have been 15 or 20 in the city, as it ual, both has perfect have the support of every democrat feet. The rope broke as the car large trees thereon, most desirable Schoruk region on the Russian right. the camp mail is received This is a made in imitation of beer, and which eral sons and daughters. plunged over the bridgehead. Mr. drainage and is in a in seeing that this county stays in fine outing for the boys, swimming contain a small per cent of alcohol. This was decided a short time ago Bailey quickly stopped his machine section of the city. the right column. is the main event, while '.ennis, baseLIGHTNING STRIKES HOUSE. Crab Orchard Danville is now sorely in need of and went to the assistance of the inball, track meets and ither games when the licenses of the two soft During the severe thunder and jured man. He did not wait for as- more residences, and" any sort of CLEMMONS LEFT $800,000. are among the amusemmts. Stan- drinks stands at Crab Orchard ex- lightning storm Monday afternoon, housj brings gooJ rental. Now that Miss Nadine McClure went to pired, and the owners failed to make lightning sistance. He realized that Mr. AlCommissioners appointed a year ford will have about the largest struck the handsome home dridge was seriously injured, so man- the railroad is to make such exten- Paris, to visit relatives last Friday. crowd during the whole camp. Last application for renewal of the malt of T. A. Rice on Danville avenue. ago to settle the estate of Rankin Mrs. Jessie Stagg, of Stanford, at- year there were only fye boys aged to pull him loose from the sive improvements and bring so many ac mead privilege. It is reported that Only a small corner of the metal Clemmons, millionaire of Fayette wreckage, carried him up the creek new families to the city, more houses tended the burial of her brother, companied by Harry Rainhart who quite a lengthy petition had been shingled roof was struck, and the county, filed a report this week, disbank, placed him in his car and has- are ibsotitcly necessary and a build- Mr. Joe Pleasants, Thursday of last made the trip. This yea- - there were I f igned h the best PeoPle of the caP damage to the building was only posing of property valued at over tened to town taking him to his own ing bocm in all portions of Danville week. some twelve or fourteen and were ital of the East End, requesting the slight. Miss Willie Hocker, of Pine $800,000, according to the settlebuilding on is i oming. Mr. Melvin Collier (Beans) is the chaperoned by Mr. Georjjs P. Bright, City Fathers to refuse to grant such apartment in the garage Bluff, Ark., who is visiting her niece, ment. Half of the estate goes to owner of a nice Ford touring car, who is one of the best ..shermen in license, and the proprietors' decided Mrs. Rice, Depot street, and summoned medical was slightly shocked by Mrs. John Larkin, daughter of ClemLITTLEJOHN'S SHOWS PLEASE. and is learning to manage it nicely. mons, and the other half to his aid. Wiiiam Bryan. not to defy public sentiment and did the bolt this vicinity, and The Littlejohn Shows have been When hot, dry and thirsty, call up- Among those who will je there are: not ask for renewal of their malt grandchildren, Mrs. George H. n, Col. Nick Wathen, of Lebanon, mead and other such drink licenses. who owns the distillery whose pro- exhibiting here to crowded tents and on John Stephenson and Billy George William Misses Matebelle and Virginia Tate, Williaji Reinhart, CARRANZA BACKS DOWN. Clemmons and Edward Clemmons. duct Mr. Aldridge sells, came up grounds each night this week on the Holman for cooling creams. Lynn Pence, Ross Nuinelley, Earl It is understood that a country store Washington, July 7. Early re- Of the landed estate 2,400 acres are near Preachersville, has just taken Thursday in his car to see Mr. Al- lot near the waterworks, and everyMrs. Nancy A. McClure went to Bryan, Morgan Smith' Baughman, dridge, who has long been his per- body seems to be pleased with them. Paris to visit her daughter, Mrs. Sam B. Craig, James Bailey, Mike out the malt mead license, however, sumption of friendly diplomatic con- located in Fayette, Jessamine and versations with the de facto govern Woodford and 3,000 acres in Mercer sonal friend and stands high with his The exhibition is under the auspices Thomas Napier. McCarty, Pat Tanner, f McKinney, and will sell the stuff. Uncle Sam re- ment local Odd Fellows' lodge and of the of Mexico to the end that peace county. house. Mr. and Mrs. Wison King, of Gum Chris Camenisch, Fred tfcCarty and quires a license for the sale of such and order may be restored in North This morning Mr. Aldridge seems the members of this popular order Sulphur, were guests of Mrs. John John Reid McKinney. drinks as this, also. ern Mexico and along the border is SHOOTING AT HARLAN PICNIC. are strictly on the job and leaving McClure last Sunday to be resting as easy as possible unexpected here to be the next step of nothing undone to make everybody Two men were wounded during a der the circumstances. Everything The first picnic of the season so BURGLAR ON LOGAN AVENUE. THE DIXIE ROOl CLUB the United States in its deliberations fight at a picnic grounds, Tuesday have a good time and satisfied. Sevpossible is being done to make him as we have heard, was held last far A burglar, who seemed more hun- with its Southern neighbor. Miss Lyles Cooper deightfully en at Harlan. One of the men woundrest easy, but his injuries are natur- eral of the shows on the" ground are Tuesday at Pine Grove, near town. gry than anything else, visited the The crisis precipitated by Villa's ed was Commonwealth's Attorney J. tertained the Dixie Rool Club at her ally very painful. It is impossible exceptionally good.' The one-rin- g A large crowd attended. Plenty of averjie Thursday home of W. S. Embry on Logan ave- raid on Columbus, N. M., and culmi- G. Forrester, an innocent bystander, so physicians say, yet to ascertain circus has some real artists and the well filled baskets were there. Good home on Portman This attrsfctive hostess nue some time Tuesday night. He nating in the fight at Carrizal, Mex., who was shot in the chest when Mack nature of the injury show band is' making high class mu- music and singing. Several fine ad- afternoon. just what the was assisted in entertaining by her effected entrance through a side win- between American and Mexican Clem is said to have fired at William sic every day. Col. Littlejohn, the to his head may prove to be. dresses were delivered by the fol- three sisters, Misses LuPe' and Clara dow, took a cold cooked chicken, and troops, appeared lhursday to have Jackson after the pair had quarreled. proprietor, is strictly in lowing gentlemen: Rev. Livingston, Cooper and Mrs. JohnfO. Reid. 's oeen aissipatea oy an amicauie note every way and has a list of attracA other eatables, then rifled Mr. Mr. Skiles, Mr. Porter, Mr. Long, very delicious trousers, securing about 30 from Gen. Carranza, presented dursalad cotrse was servtions which are hard to beat in a Rev. AUTO ACCIDENT RICHMOND LANCASTER. Carter and Rev. Manuel. The ed. Mrs. J. A. Harris, 5iss Sue Tay- cents in money and several soda ing the day by his Ambassador Desigshow of any kind. The exhibition Mrs. T. J. Price eave a nartv on While returning from the Rich- closes Saturday night. The tents will children were very helpful in mak- lor Engleman and Mr!. Harry Hill water chips, but either overlooked or nate here, Eliseo Arredondo. Thursday afternoon, hours from 3 to ing the occasion a success. Their tied for the honors mond Chautauqua Wednesday night, be open Saturday afternoon. Th note proposes that the differ- 5, in honor of her little of 1pe afternoon, was afraid to steal Mr. Embry's gold songs and recitations were said to all making perfect scores. Among watch which was in the small watch Robert Covington, son of R. C. H. ences between the Governments be nephew, Master Harton Mabry, of have been fine. Covington, a prominent merchant of BANK WRECKER PARDONED. those present were Mr. Harry Hill, pocket of the trousers. The intruder setted by mediation or by direct ne- Florida. The entertainment was Miss Maymen Holman left Tues- Mrs. J. H. Wright, MrsW. W. Saun- flung the trousers on a chair and de- gotiations. autothat city, lost control of the Joe Head, of Ashland, convicted It is remarkable for its given on the beautiful lawn of the' Mr. brevity, its restrained and friendly mobile he was driving, ran over an eight months ago of making false day to visit Miss Sadie Catlin at Leb- ders, Mrs. McKee Rifft-MrsC. H. parted without waking either Price home, and twenty little boys embankment on the railroad bridge entries on the books of the Citizens' anon. Foster, Mrs. R. T. Brue; Mrs. J. B. Embry or his wife, and left no clew tone and for the absolute lack of any and girls were gathered for the hapMrs. Louana Holman of Oklahoma Perkins, Mrs. J. A. on the new Lexington pike, and de- Bank and Trust Company, of that of the strong, even insolent language py occasion, interesting games and a Hyjis, Mrs. Tom to his identity. molished his car. He was accompa- city, and sentenced to the peniten- is visiting Miss Katharine Bronaugh Pence, Mrs. Carl Mrs T. J. which characterized the last two com- delicious course of refreshments ennied by John Edwin Powell, who was tiary for a term of two to ten years, and other relative's. FIRE ON MRS. HUNN'S ROOF. munications from the de facto gov- hancing Hill, Jr., Misses S,ae r(aylor Englethe enjoyment of the merry Mr. John Buchanan, of Louisville, man, Sara Dunlap, of Kansas City, slightly injured. was pardoned this week by Governor Sparks from the kitchen chimney ernment. It treats as a closed inci- little folks. Stanley. Senator S. M. Bradley, of was with the home folks this week. Mary Moore Raney, K&e Davis set fire to the shingle roof of Mrs. dent the exchange of unfriendly comThe dwellings of former County Miss Irene Manuel has returned Levisa Harris, Lttie Carson, Am Hunn's home on Lancaster munications which brought war al- Judge A. D. Griffith Morehead, Judge Charles A. Hardin Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Ford and Hon. R. H. were drowned in the Ohio River at and others, recommended the par- from a delightful visit to relatives in Mary E. McKinney, aid Mary D. street about nine o'clock this morn- most within sight. Tomlinson were entered by thieves Lebanon Junction. Kennedy. ing. The volunteer fire department Ghent, when their automobile jumped don. The de facto Government of Mex- Tuesday night and at the Ford resiMrs. Robert Thompson and Miss ferryboat after the acceleraresponded quickly to the fire bell, ico was informally informed last dence $8 in money was secured from from a Tanna Thompson left Monday to vis A census report says feat there are and had the incipient blaze out be- night through Eliseo Arrendondo', the pocket of Bascom tor had been applied instead of the v CINCINNATI STOCK MARKET Ford. Money it Mrs. Poynter in Mt. Vernon. Hogs Receipts 4,500; steady; 21,000,000 men of miliary age in fore the hose was necessary. Full Ambassador designate, that the was also taken brake. Mrs Ualtha Newland has almost reat the Tomlinson res- stags $6 7.25. Cattle Receipts covered and speqt the day with Mrs. the United Stats'. insurance is carried on the building. United States welcomed Gen. Carran-za'- s idence, and also a cameo ring be700; dullj steers $5.759.50; heifers Ivan Fish Tuesday. Thirty-fiv- e boys of the Reform proposal to adjust all pending longing to R. H. Tomlinson, Jr., the" The types made James Taylor, a farmed sixty years Always keep your homes protected differences between the two Govern- last gift of his mother just School at Lexington were paroled $5.50(5)8.50; calves lower $5 11.75. some silly things me say some say before old. . and J. D. Fereuson.a brakeman. in my last letterV IY t "f so that they could enlist in the Lex- Sheep Receipts 3,200; steady $3 her death. The same dwellings were as "iiuae ueasc" ior rougn Diast; tnirty-tiv- e years old, bomot Danville by policies with Jj. D. Wearen, the ments by direct diplomatic 6.85; lambs, strong; $711.15. 53-- 1 Mrs. "Pettus" for Mrs. Peters. ington mifitie company. died of sunstroke early in the week. Insurance Man, of Stanford. robbed about two years ago. five-year-o- ld - y re-letti- ng - high-tone- s, Sub-Divisi- m, sub-divisi- on -2 hy . - -- - life-lon- Sol-ma- up-to-da- te I Em-bry- . t . Ca, Ra-ne- y, - 1 1 f 1 1 1 .V m. . Page Two The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky: Friday, July 7, 1916 9' Heard About Town George G. Menefee, of Syracuse, N. Yvjoined his wife at the home of his parents Mr. arid Mrs. J. N. Menefee, this week, for his summer Tv. s Ml vacation. Dodge Brothers J. Beecher Adams, Secretary of the great fair Danville is to have this year, was here this week at the head of a force of men distributing matter boosting the big exhibition. Trustee of the Jury Fund W. W. Saunders has received the money for the May jurors who can obtain their compensation by calling upon him at the First National Bank. Elihu Miracle, who recently sold his farm on Mason's Gap, went up to Bell county Tuesday on a prospecting trip. He plans to return to his old home there to locate if he can find a place to suit him, which will be bad news to his many friends here. Rev. and Mrs. J. D. Steenbergen, formerly of the East End, who have been living at Junction City for some time, left last week for their future home in Middletcwn. O., where their sons, Maurice and Thomas have been working for some time, v motorcar If you want a first class medium weight car one looks good, is good, strong and substantial and a hill climber, take time to look the wonderful DODGE over. Scrutinize it, pare it with the best of them, then I am fully satisfied your sion will be in favor of the DODGE. up-to-da- te that then comdeci- 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. ::::::: Too bad, too yet what can you do when a cigarette is "built" to give only part of its taste? But puff a Favorite just bnce. The difference is plain as daylight it gives you ALL the delicate mildness, and delightful aroma, and "body" that some cigarettes actually hide! Steve Teater, who clerked in Stanford hotels a number of yars gao, has been here for several days assisting at the St. Asaph during E. C. Jordan's illness. Will Reinhart has been acting as day clerk also. Pro-priet- er All because STRAIGHT CUT tobacco ttdraws" so much more freely and evenly. s Notice the words "Straight Cut" on the pack age when you try Favorites today! 61 Henry Miller, who left Stanford nine years ago, and is now proprieter of one of the biggest restaurants for colored people in Indianapolis, came back on a visit this week. Henry who is a hustling, hardworking negro says that business is fine in the Hoos-ie- r capital and there is a great deal more work than workmen; he says d man who that every wants a job can get it. able-bodie- 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. &2ff&SlUAStAf&3eOO C& Ed Salter, youngest son of "Uucle Fields" and Aunt Harriett" Salter, two of the best known and best esteemed colored folks in town, died early Sunday morning after an operation for kidney trouble. Salter lost an arm in a railroad accident a number of years ago. He was about 35 years old. This is the second chid this well known couple have lost within a couple of months. straight Gut Cigarette ""gets aZ? the good out ofgood tobacco Ernest Carter, of Evansville, Ind., joined his wife and family here this week at her mother, Mrs. Julia Hughes.' Mr. Carter reports the biggest business ever known in his territory and declares that the country was never so prosperous. Mr. Carter for 12 years has been on the staff of the Burley Tobacco Company. So efficient has he nroven and such a business getter that he recently won a gold watch offered by his company. . J. H. BAUGHMAN & COMPANY STANFORD, . KENTUCKY IO for 5 Also packed rS & FAV 3; v 's. the southern part of the county was in town Monday accompanied by Mr. J. E. Moore, a prominent farmer of Deputy Sheriff Monroe Thompson, of the Buck Creek section, in Plumbing and Heating C. E. BOWER V t Mr. Thompson is suffering from a broken rib, said to have beqn obtained when a "plow jumped up and kicked him." For that community. further particulars curious inquirers situation. 20 for lOt will have to interview Mr. Thompson, Mr. Moore or Gran Jones, who might be able to throw some light on the a. Stanford, -- Ky. wmmmw Office with J. L. Beazley phone42, res. phone 263 Brent Altsheler, of Louisville, who married Miss Margaret Sallee, of AiL ititrt iSe.. 'rr r&Mfiif r V t . il JmWMB :0m ' fl IWIMIKi tary of War Baker asking permission to organize a game hunters' troop for service in Mexico to be made up First Country To Enforce Adoption of scouts and hunters. He says they Don't suffer vath a hacking cough would constitute an "irregular force" Of Surnames By Law that has weaken! your system get that would be very effective in hunta bottle of Dr. K; lg's New Discovery, ing Mexicans in the mountains of The act is not generally known in use over 40 yiars, and benefiting Mexico. Harry Pearson, of Columthat Ireland was the first country in all those who ij e it, the soothing bus, Ky., has askd permission to re-- " n modern Europe to enforce the adop- pine balsam witj tar heal the irri- cruit a regiment of War soldiers in that part of Kention of surnames by law. The act tated air passagis soothes the raw tucky. prescDibing their general use was spots, loosens tl mucous and prenift'l'liMHI Harrodsburg has written to Secre- SOME IRISH NAMES A Hacking Cough Weakens The System. SPECIAL TRAIN EXCURSION CINCINNATI AND RETURN Sunday, JULY 9TH Spanish-America- Various kinds of small vermin cause lots of worry to the careful housewife. Bedbugs, cockroaches, spiders, worms, flies, rats, mice all these pests Swat the Bugs! Menace Your Health and you should exterminate them at once with safe and sure poison. Tell us your bug troubles and we will give you x something to eradicate them Sure! i The Lincoln Pharmacy, Stanford, Ky. 1 We Will Save You Money on Re frigerators, Ice Cream Freezers, Coolers, Etc.. ALSO LAWN MOWERS AND GAR DEN. TOOLS. GEORGE H. FARRIS. passed more than 100 years before n invasion, whereas the surnames did nof come into general use in England until the days of Queen Elizabeth, nor in Wales till late in the seventeeth century. There are some interesting meanings attached 'to the most common of Irish names. Here are a few with the curious changes of spelling that have come about since the names first originated: Murphy came from O 'Murphy, Morphey and Morphew, meaning "superior"; Kelly came from O'Kel-l- y, Kiely, Keely, meaning" "for war" ; O'Connor from ConneVs, Conerty, meaning "helper"; and Baugherty from O'Doherty, Doherty, Daughday, meaning "destroyer." It is noticeable that all Irish names at the first stage in their history had "O" before them, ths f'rst change consisting of dropping that "0." It will not be necessary, th refore to repeat the name with the "0' before it. Sullivan was originally Sillifant and Sullivant, meaning "quicksight-ed"- ; O'Donnell and McDonnell and all combinations of that name were Donald, Daniel, Dona, meaning "dark chief"; Moloney was O' Mullowney, Melony, Mulany, meaning "thoughtful"; M'Cormack was O'Cormack, meaning McCormick, McCormac, "son of the crown" ; Flynn was Flann meaning "red" ; Flannigan was Finni-gemeaning "Druid"; Boyle was Boylan, Boland, Bolan, Boylin, meaning "benign"; O'Brian was Bryan, Bryant, Brines, Bryon, meaning "author"; Brady was McBrady, meaning "Ship Captain", and McCauley was Anglo-Norman, i vents racking th body with coughing Dr. King's Mew Discovery in duces natural sli p and aids nature to cure you. i I A JACK OF ALL TRADES that when the m litia regiment was being prepared s as to go to Mex ico. B. Reynolds.! of Danville wrote that he was desir us of enlisting and asked "about thefchances for a man who knows tele; raphy, shorthand, blacksmithing an bakery A dispatch fr in Lexington says Lieut. Dewitt C. T. Grubbs, who has been visiting his brother, Prof. E. L. Grubbs at their old home at Junction City, was in a train wreck near ADiiene, iexas. a sicepr wined over in which he was riding, but Lieut. Grubbs escaped without serious injury his many friends will be glad to knew. Lieut. Grubbs will soon take an examination for promotion to a captaincy in the army. He has had wide experience in Uncle Sam's army sincejiis graduation from West Point and is splendidly qualified for higher rank. $1.50 I ROUND TRIP FROM Junction. City SPECIAL TRAIN LEAVES JUNCTION CITY 5:35 A. M. C. B. HARBERS0N, Ticket Agent JUNCTION CITY, KY. manass Gall Stones, Caiter and Ulcers of the Stomach ami Intestines, Auto- Intoxication, Yeljpw Jaundice, Ap pendicitis and ol er latal ailments result from Stom h Trouble. Thou- sands of Stomacl Sufferers owe overy to Mayr's their complete Wonderful Rem ly. Unlike any other for Stoma i Ailment-;-. sale by Penny's da g store, StA.ij.oru, A SPECIAL OFFER From now Ky., and druggisf everywhere. to Nov. 10th, after the election, the I. J. can give you the I. J. one year, the Louisville Evening Post to Nov. SWEET CLOVER 10th and Home and Farm one year, all for $2. SEED 4 Why Endure Summer Colds? It isn't necessary to have a stuffed " head, gunning nose. To cough your head off as it were. All you need to do is to use Dr. Bell's The soothing and healing balsams open the clogged air passages and in a short time you get relief and start on the road to recovery. Your nose stops running, you couch less and you know you are get ting better. Get a bottle, use as di- -j rected. Keep what is left as a cough and cold insurance. Pine-Tar-Hon- s&e. V ?!. -- y . r ta&eraarY !jr 'GS&a &&zZ&t "jSSSfl--' A v, TOWfeSalSK I I ! Ill II II III . ' ?&ttM?vfiGm& sSM!-SwVv -- r?5&ig5L WT j - J!Ww:sr3SS2-fa5r- i - ."- - rvyva- - w j iaris ' jml r&S5gZ3BmSr&b . tj-t- t - iswsegif$p- - RISCTK A WAY up in the mountains of Western Carolina are the beautiful and attractive resorts of Asheville, Black Mountain, Hendersonville, Brevard, Lake Toxaway, Saluda, Waynesville, (Lake Junaluska), Flat Rock, Hot Springs, and Tryon. Spend your vacation at one of these cool and delightful places or at Tate Spring, Tenn. Round trip Excursion tickets are on sale daily, good until October 31st, via Special dcnominatiocal Missionary and BfbTe Conferences at Black Mountain, Ridce Crest and Waynesville. N. C. (Lake Jasalu3ka.) North For summer and parly fall sowing, alone, in corn at ast cultivation or on stubble land iter grain harvest. (H) Stop-over- Southern Railway cflhe Sgutk t literally, "son o.Lhe rock." O'Cawlew, McGawly, McOuly, Cawley, meaning "echo," or Mc-Auliff, BOKHARA SEED CO., Falmouth, Pendlebn, Co., Kentucky l i MEDYFORMEN. mil Mini i allowed at all points. jThree special Low Fare Excursions will be run during the summer- - Ask for details. s n umiiim i iifJi For full information see Ticket Agent, Southern Railway, or writs B. H. Todd, District Passenger Agent, Louisville, Kentucky, : s f Friday, July 7, 1916 night by the JaHer's daughter. The Rye Straw storekeeper has decided that in these days of competition and high tax he can make more by cutting off an inch or two of his yard-stic- k than he can by regular The Interior Journal. Stanford, Kentucky: CAPT CASEY ON THE BORDER Danville Man Write Interesting Letter About Conditions. Capt. H. L. Casey, of Danville, who is in charge of the .army remount station at Fort Bliss, on the Mexican border, has written an interesting letter back to Gen. Roger D. Williams, of Lexington, in which Capt. Casey gives some interesting inside information on conditions there. He Bulletin No. 5 Any time is the right time for a glass of The Bethlehem Steel Company's Offer to Serve the United States kt a time when the expenses of the Government are so enormous ) said: your brigade would come to El Paso district. Well if you do, don't bring heavy clothing or any good horses. "Its better to get your mounts here. They will be already acclimated, and will be able to stand this climate and the poor food that they get. "It takes a horse from our country about sixty days to get in condition for service, and lots of them die. So take my advice and don't bring any good horses. "One thing you will need is a lot shoes. This country is awful on the land of cactus and sand. you are in the field getting ready to come to "I guess by this time "I heard today Isn't it worth while finding out the actual facts before plunging ahead into an expenditure of $11,000,000 of the people's money for a Government armor plant? To clear up the whole situation, and to put it on a basis as fair and business-lik- e we know how to express it, we now make this offer to the Government: , as "The shoes you take off in the morning and put on one side of the room by night will curl up and be on the other side. We have to keep our shoes doped with harness soap to keep them soft. "This country is hell on eyes. I know that you know what a dust storm is. Well we have one every day and sometimes in the night. "It was 104 in the shade today and 140 in the sun. "Some heat. "You know we are only a few miles from the ptace the man died, went to hell and that night sent back for his blanket. "I have been studying the machine gun. I put in all my spare time with the Twentieth Infantry machine-gu- n company. I trust you will try to get me a commission with my home troops. I know there will be officers who will not pass the examination and some will not want to come in the service. "It will take a long time to get Mexico settled. "It will be no picnic on this border. "You can't stick your head out on the river front without someone taking a shot at it. "We are getting tired of it and hope the ball will start soon." shoes. The Bethlehem Steel Company will manufacture armor plate for the Government of the United States at actual cost of operation plus such charges for overhead expenses, interest and depreciation as the Federal Trade Commission may fix. We will agree to this for such period as the Government may designate. i profits. The curtain at the opera house at Tickville has been worn out by being raised and lowered so often and until a new one can be bought the audience will have to keep their eyes closed between acts. Miss Hostetter Hocks is preparing to sing at the entertainment at Bounding Billows, Saturday night. She just sung there a few weeks ago. Nobody will go from this vicinity as everybody knows her. The deputy constable has iev'ed on a cow and calf owned hy one of the Potlocks near the Wild Onion school house, for an old debt, and left for there Tuesday to spend the night with him to keep him from getting mad. The Tickville Tidings in its last issue called an entertainment a n t treat. Raz Barlow says that this not what he calls a rare treat. He says when a fellow calls you out behind a stump and gives you a drink of whiskey you have a rare tre-v- . After a brief .mental rest -- he Wild Orion school teacher hi3 again opened school and the scholars are learn- Morning, noon, cr night fcr a or just fcr a delicious healthful beverage you will find thirst-quenche- r, a new pleasure in every refreshing glass. M i 3j n tf.SK THE COCA-COL- A Atlanta. Ga. CO. atM3S&3as h 4?'H Demand the fenuine ty fuH nana nicknames encourage Substitution. w 1 Vi. ., L. - Ar - .i SK-aK -- ". wj.jjy V7T.TVJ .V rm S 'I , iV i. .1 : -- iTViX 1916 ANNOUNCEMENT OF 1916 The House of Representatives voted down a proposal to empower the Federal Trade Commission to determine a fair price for armor, and allow private manufacturers opportunity to meet that price before the Government built its plant. ing very fast. Little Fidity Flinders, who, within the past few months got behind, has caught up with the rest of the class by tearing a few leaves out of his book. DRIVE "IS LAST WORD IN SCIENTIFIC WARFARE" The British-Frenc- Hughes & Swinebroad The Real Estate Men of Lancaster where the blue grass grows; where good schools, moral and hospitable people are attracting many home seekers. Lancaster, the county seat, has three banks, telephone exchange, electric light plant, creamery, splendid water works system, two flouring mills, grain and hemp warehouse, tobacco warehouse, on the L. & N. railroad, one of the best graded schools in the State, having an endowment fund of $50,000 in addition to a $30,000 new school building. Tve can sell homes or choice lots near the school. Our price is the owner's price. We refer to any bank or to any official for proof that we will deal fairly with you; as we have done for ten years and have no dissatisfied custoacre. Isn't our proposition fair and ought it not to The measure is now before the United States Senate. CHAS. M. SCHWAB, Chairman EUGENE G. GRACE. President be accepted ? fare." No. 14. 201 acres, unimproved, Come and let us sell you a farm in offensive in Garrard county, where five millions fronting on two pikes, one mile from France, with its preceding bombard- of pounds of the best tobacco is Lancaster, first class land in every ment, is described by the military grown annually; where all the agri- particular, a number of fine building experts in that theater of operations, cultural products grow abundantly; sites, susceptible of division from sevr.s the "last word in scientific war- where the best live stock is bred; eral smaller farms. Price $130 per h jjfliK X irEiuiricuEi'ninjn'nriiiiiiiiKinnrais 'a 2k effective? 7SO them the boy and girl an opportunity to make their home study easy and a not give your Why 5 I News of tl:3 Churches Presbyterian Church. The Communion service, July 9. Preparatory meeting on Wednesday night at 7:30. All the members and attendants of the church are urged to be present. X w Give glP!ii'!SJi. kinds as the lad having the ' advantage of chances to win pro- - 1 motion and success same I i WEBSTER S I - 4 j The revival at the Christian church in history, geography, biography, at Junction City, which was conduct-spelling, pronunciation, sportSi arts, eo. oy itev. nomer A,arpentex and. sciences. oi cjneiDyviue, ciosea r naay nignt with 1 400,000 Vocabulary Terms. 2700 Pages. I 21 additions, 17 by confession. Rev. Over 6000 Illustrations. Colored Hates. Carpenter leaves his pastorate at s TheonlrdlcMcra'rtthtSisDiTKJtdFage. s tyue Shelbyville, about Sept. 1st to be- h The of a matter is equivalent tc that s encyclopedia. come Chancellor of Transylvania 1 More' Scholarly, Accurate, Convenient, University. and Authoritative than any other Enfi- - s Dictionary. s i Hs1 Rev. J. H. Pence, of Clayton, 111., REGULAR who has been spending part of his AND vacation with his father, near Rowland, has returned home. Rev. Pence EDITIONS. has done a splendid work since assuming the pastorate of the Grace WRITE for M. E. church at Cayton. A total litjlltTi! EDecimen naces. e tttitSt . r etc. V of 131 new members were added to if? Maps if you name this the church roll during the past year, 1 ? paper. which speaks far more than words ! 122". G. C. MERRIAM CO., could tell of the great work this fori SPRINGFIELD, MASS. mer Lincoln county boy is doing in ::iiiilimM.MmiuMimijuiuuuiii!!ini':iuiuKmi.jA the Master's vineyard. S ( NEW INTERNATIONAL I Dictionary in his home. This new with final author- I creation answerspuzzling- questions of ity all . I il Here are some of the things the Bethlehem Steel Company British and French did as a preliminary to their drive thru the German front, near the Somme: Built 3,000 miles of railroads to facilitate moving munitions and troops and handling the wounded. ' died near Rye Straw Tuesday, and Put a metal surface on all the turn HOGWALLOW HAPPENINGS. j pikes. Frisby will drive his black horse for every Rebuilt or strengthend (Hogwallow Kentuckian) j a little while. bridge and railroad. Cricket Hicks, who has been Raz Barlow has improved the ap-- I Concentrated' fighting of his home by an enlarged fined in the Rye Straw jail with a men, .backed by 1,200,000 auxiliary 500,000 picture of Miss Fruzie Allsop. complication of charges, will be giv- - workmen, doctors, bridges and railxrjbuy xiancocKS Drotner-m-la,; t. xnrtv Satnritav road builders. en a v""to -z Filled the whole region with hidden guns, new British guns, of the largest caliber, many of them mortars, and mr.nncd these guns with French artillery experts. Installed over the region a new phone system, with concrete poles, augmented by a network of telegraph wires and stations and field hospitals Buried ammunition everywhere, together with medicines and food supplies, so that, no matter, where "I suffered from stomach trouble adage. that Everyone is useful in the troops moved, in an emergency, would have shells and food with for four years. I spent hundreds of this world who lightens the bur- theythe trouble and delay of ordinary out is why he is modes of transportation. dollars for treatment and medicines dens of another," that but got no real relief until I took prompted to give this statement Concealed from the Germans the Tanlac, the new tonic", said Mr. M. about Tanlac. If by his advice even massing of the allied troops back of Cordell, of Paintsville, who lives on one person is relieved of misery he the front. i will have been repaid for his trouble. Main street. Arranged the big guns in such a Tanlac is a tonic which aids diges- way as to provide concentric fire "I had to be very careful what 1 from many guns on small areas of ate, as everything seemed to give tion, promotes healthy, refreshing the German trenches. sleep and strengthens the nerves. me indigestion." In the preliminary bombardment It is purely vegetable and herein army fired 1,000, "My father-in-laWm. Bays, a lies one of its great virtues. It is re- the British-Frenc- h 000 shells daily over a front. prominent mill owner at Normal, Ky. constructive not destructive. my illness and advised me knew of Tanlac is being especially intro$100 Reward, $100 to take Tanlac. Well, I took his ad- duced in Stanford at Penny's Drug The readers of this paper will be pleased U vise and am pleased to report that Store. learn that there is at least one dreaded disease to core in has that its it gave me complete relief. Tanlac may be obtained at the fol- 6tape,science that is been able Hall's CatarrhallCure and Catarrh. is the only positive euro now known to the med"I am no longer troubled with my lowing nearby cities: Moreland, ical fraternity. Catarrh being a constitutional stomach. I can eat any kind of food requires a ; Hustonville, Adams disease, Catarrh Cure Isconstitutional treatment. internally, acting Hall's without distress. My appetite is fine Bros.; McKinney, True & Co.; Ellis-an- d directly upon the blood takenmucous surfaces of and the system, thereby destroying the foundation I sleep better. Feel good when burg, Joseph McWilliams; Middle-- I of the disease, and siting the patient strength naconstitution get up in the mornings." burg, W. C. Eryant; Crab Orchard, by building up the work. The and assistinghave proprietors ture in doing Its so much faith in its curative powers that they "I consider Tanac, a wfcnderful Lyne Bros. Brodhead, John offer One Hundred Dollars for any case that It and believe it is the cause of bins; Junction City, Reynolds & Ev-m- y falls to cure. Send for list& of testimonials.O. CO., Toledo, Address F. J. CHENEY ' ans; Lancaster, R. E. McRoberts; present good heath." Sold by all Druggists. 75c. Tnkp Hall's FsTrtlv Pills for rrmstlnnTTrm. Mr. Cordell believes in the old Bee Lick, J. Reynolds & Son. con-pearan- ce i w -- A Paintsville, Ky., Man Gets Advice From Normal Man 15-in- ch To Take Tanlac. He's Well. 1 w, 90-mi- le i Rob-reme- dy 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 fig. ure 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 A SIMPLE SLEEPING PORCH change for other property. No. 18. 125 acres, right at town, old time brick residence, large rooms brick outbuildings, attractive home, good land, susceptible of making a suburban division, a number of fine building lots, fronting on street, but we must sell as a whole, has never been on the market until now. Further particulars and price on application. No. 19. 200 acres, on pike, four mers. Improved and unimproved farms miles from Lancaster, very high class of all sizes and various locations and improvements, large handsome resiat various places but any farm priced dence, large barns, silo, etc. Can be divided into two or three or more at its market value. In the East capitalists are hunting farms, but Ave must sell as a whole at $150 per acre. real estate. No. 20. 117 9 acres by survey, No. 1. 130 acres, oh pike, 4 2 miles from Lancaster, good land, one mile from pike on macadam road slightly rolling, well improved, at $90 large residence, new tobacco barn, per acre. stock barn, good land, limestone soil, No. 2. 171 acres, 4 2 miles on a bargain at $11,000. mairv- - pike, fine land and well locaNo. 21. 147 acres 1 2 milas ted, good improvements, at $135.00 from town on pike, fair improveper acre. ments, good land, very productive, No. 3. 191 acres on pike 1 2 partly rolling, can be divided, price miles from town, land very fertile, as a whole, SS0 per acre. No. 22. 60 acres, on pike 4 2 tenant house and two large tobacco miles from Lancaster, good land all barns. Price $120.00 per acre. No. 4. 124 acres on good road, in gi'ass, 6 room dwelling, stock mile from pike, rich land, partly i barn, tobacco barn and other out 2 rolling, brick Louse and tobacco barn. buildings, improvements all new. $5,000.00. $85 per acre. No. 23. 68 acres, five miles from No. 5. 125 acres, 4 mile from pike, 1 2 miles from railroad, good Lancaster, on pike, right at school land, fair improvements, a bargain and churches, accessible to two other county seats, small residence, large at $75 per acre. No. 6. 310 acres on pike, 2 miles barn, good, young orchard, fine lofrom good village, residence, stock, cation for dairyman or stock man. barn and tobacco barn, well watered Price on application. No. 23 2. 104 acres, highly immostly in grass, hemp and tobacco, land ready for cultivation. A money- proved, two miles from Lancaster, splendid land. Price $135 per acre. maker at $65 per acre. No. 7. 200 acres of as good land No. 24. A good business proposias there is in Kentucky, 1 2 miles tion; large dwelling with from Lancaster, on pike, well improvbasement for kitchen, dining ed at $150 an acre. room, etc., large livery barn, two stoNo. 8. 80 acres unimproved, ad- ry, upper floor, hard-woo- d maple, joining No. 7, on pike at $135 per used for dance hall or skating rink, acre. two small houses, will always rent. No. 9. 440 acres, one mile from Located on railroad, In small, but pike on good road, first class land, splendid business town. A moneygood residence, tenant house, five maker for the right man. Price large barns, concrete pools. A $4,500 or will trade for farm. , either as an investment -maker No. 24 60 acres on pike, or to live on. Price $100 per acre. near town, very fertile, big tobacco No. 10. 600 acres, 1 2 miles from pike, well improved, residence barn and residence; $85 per acre. No. 25. A number of cottages and tenant houses, several barns, fine and residences and building lots and land, well watered. Can sell the whole at $65 per acre, or will sell off business houses in Lancaster and suburbs vat attractive price either for smaller tracts at attractive prices. No. 11. 150 acres on pike, good homes or for investment. No. 26. We always have on our land, well improved, good neighborhood, three miles from small town. list other properties, farms, dwellings stocks of goods, in fact all kinds of Price $90 per acre. No. 12. 56 acres of fine land, one properties either for sale or trade. mile from Lancaster, small residence, No. 27. To the man who wants large tobacco barn and other im- to sell SEE US. If you want to provements. $125 per acre. sell at public auction your farm and No. 13. 97 acres one mile from stock and crops, let us "pull off" the Lancaster, on pike, fine land and new sale for you, we will make you improvements. $125 per acre. 1-1-- No. 15. 243 acres, four miles out on pike, highly improved, mostly in grass, good land, ready for business, $75 per acre. No. 16. 225 acres in State of Indiana, 45 miles north of Louisville on B.& 0. R. R., fertile land and good improvements, will sell or ex- 1-- 1-- 1-- 1-- 1-- 1-- 1-- 1-- 1-- om money- 1-- 2. 1-- Hughes & Swinebroad The Real Estate Men Lancaster, Kentucky R Storage C. ANDERSON, Stanford FORD AG ENT FOR LINCOLN COUNTY Repairing Tires Accessories Phone 203 THE NEWEST STYLES Just received New Sb pment of Oil Stoves. See new models and ' I Rakes and Hoes, Water Coolers and Binder Twine. See us before you buy styles before buying W. H. t- - have a sleeping porch. If you do not like hot summer nights and nights indoors, build a sleeping porch like the one above on your present home. Place it in winter an angle so as to avoid drafts. The southeast or southwest sid of the house is Ijest. The sides should be boarded up three or four feet to insure privacy and a reasonable freedom from drafts. ''The upper part should be covered with wire netting. Outside the netting hang canvas strips that a n be raised or lowered from the inside. A porch of this sort can be made for from $50 to $100, depending on the kind of finish anc material used. T. D. Newland & Son, Opposite the Phone No. 168. Court-Hous- e, WHEN yau. build your new home plan Corner Main and Depot Streets, STANFORD, HIG6INS KENTUCKY Stanford, Kentucky. BRING YOUR JOB PRINTING TO THE L J. The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky: Friday, July 7, 1916 man with money; fmxakeour declaration Independence; re a Come in overand pay that Don't wait until the paper stops. EIGHTH DISTRICT POLITICS How Helm Has "Upheld the Srl MaKlst&rta ariarvk jmw a& AmrnmKm. txir- lifl$ " - due subscription account m Yh JKJ -" '" jmjmmmiM atiimsSismwJm " ,ccount; iiowrich. f T3T I ?! Hustonville Bobbie Blain, is the new operator at the local telephone exchange, she filling the place made vacant by Miss Florence Dawes, who resigned to take a more lucrative position at Danville. Coley Myers, of Frye's Creek, lost a valuable gray mare a few days ago. He had been driving her to a buggy and had just reached his home, and J - arwwaf -- - - . - liJt'f II YsM mmmmmmmmWmULd--- IOTHralffllHK?ttmft lff ! amammimmmimm-wmmmTt"mmmmmWmmWfrf"r'rrmTrXiiiA ' HMMMMI i MM Mill ill II lll i ' 1 T" i;rrii ; J Vi $& i fr.l I Jl7fe''T-T- i ,k ffilf after turning her out to get water, pw J Ji fcMMJ'JLji lW she fell dead without a struggle. Mrs. Sophie Badgett and children, of Somerset, are here on a visit to 'IV E. row Liberty is freedom. Freedom is the most precious possession of any man. INDEPENDENCE is what our fath- ers fought for. You dont have to die for freedom. You can put money in our Bank and grow a FORTUNE that will free you from the dread of debt and poverty. Now. NOW is the time to start-RiPut YOUR money in OUR bank. We pay 3 per cent, interest. ght relatives and friends. Miss Sarah Curtis, of Riffetown, has the most industrious flock of chickens in town. They have eaten up everything in sight in the way of vegetation and flowers, such as honeysuckle bloom, etc., and are digging up the potatoes and eating them also. Wm. Bogle and wife of New Orleans, were here for a few days last week and left Monday for a visit to friends and relatives in Lancaster for a few days. Ike Austin, of Covington, is here with his mother and sister, who are quite feeble for some time, but are Hands of the President" Senator Charles F. Montgomery, of Casey county, who is a candidate for the democratic nomination for Congress in this district, was in Stanford a short while this week returning to Liberty from a swing through the upper end of the district. He is greatly pleased with his prospects and says that democratic leaders tell him he has his race won without a doubt. As a very strong evidence of this, he points to the fact that the men who are making his organization and leading his fight in over half the counties of the district are the very same men who were strong for Helm and made his fight for him against Judge Sullivan of Madison county four years ago. They got results for Helm then and say that it is an even easier matter to do the same thing for Senator Montgomery in this present race. Senator Montgomery has a record on all public questions without a flaw. He has fulfilled every promise he made his constituents, and they know that he can be depended upon absolutely to follow the leadership of Woodrow Wilson in the national councils of the party at this critical stage of affairs at all times, something his opponent has not done, and his course in the future "can only be judged by his actions in the past. An inspection of the Congressional Everybody Goin' Away Everybody travels. All who travel must take with them a HAND BAG, SUIT CASE or TRUNK, one or may be all of them. We are no more judged by the clothes we wear than we are by the BAGGAGE we have when we travel. We have Hand Bags, Suit Cases, The Lincoln County National Bank Stanford, Kentucky The Lincoln TrustC o. OF STANFORD, KY. Capital, $25,000. Under same management as The Lincoln National Bank, is now ready to serve you in pacity of EXECUTOR, ADMINISTRATOR, DIAN, TRUSTEE, Etc., at the office of The County National Bank. "Corner Next To Court House." County the caGUAR- Lincoln w i i bearing reads: The Interior Journal grammy mind on this question of Mr. "To the nomination Editor and Proprietor Hughes represents the result of the S. 1L SArFLEY... political corruption which also was $1 a Year in Advance. Paper Stops "When successfully practised by the Republican-Time For Which It it Paid. Expires. National Committee four years underthe guidance of Penrose, Crane Entered at the Poto$ice at Stanford, Kv., and Barnes. For that reason I canas Second Class Hail Matter. not vote for or support him." a!l communications to The Interior Address "I do not question the personal inJournal not to fome individual connected tegrity or character of Mr. Hughes, with the papjr. No matter Sow iirpcrtant they may be, but I do condemn him unqualifiedly unsigned and anonymous communications to ne Interior Journal, aie ignored. The name for permitting professional political r.f the sender s wanted as an evidence of tricksters to make a nation-wid- e canpood faith and not for publication. If you hav something you want to appear in The vass for his nomination while he was Interior Journil, ou must sign jour name a member of the Supreme Court of I .j it. The Interior journal charges for obitu- the United States, under an appointof aries, resolutions of lespect and cards ment for life with the vast potential thanks. The rite is five cents a line. The Interior Journal has one of the larg- power which accompanies that posiest job printiog establishments in central Kentucky and vi!l be glad to figure with tion. Personally I shall not vote for anyone on any kind of printing. any Republican candidate for President hereafter as long as the control of the nominating machines of the Announcements Republican party is permitted thus to The Interior Journal is authorized continue in existence." to announce the following candidates, Fubject to the Democratic Primary, The political dopesters are all pick-ing- g August 5, 1916: Judge Flem D. Sampson, of FOR CONGRESS Barbourville, to win the republican CHARLES F. MONTGOMERY nomination for Judge of the Court of HARVEY HELM Appeals in the mountain district. And it has only been a couple of Bull Moose for Wilson. years since' some of his constituents That a very large part of the Bull attempted to have the legislature imMoose leaders see in the nomination peach Judge Sampson as Circuit of Hughes for the presidency by the Judge. Sampson must be some "hoss." republicans simply a continuation of the boss rule which drove them out Mack Phythian, of Frankfort, is of that party in 1912, is shown by said to be slated for appointment as the enthusiasm with which many are Warden of the Frankfort Reformadeclaring that they will support tory, while Ed Shinnick, editor of Woodrow Wilson in the coming race. the Shelby Record, is to be rewarded The Progressive chairman of Indiana for long years of faithful service for Wilson, with the Secretaryship of the Prison has come out and now Francis J. Heney, one of Commission. the Bull Moose leaders of the nation, and one California's most distinguish, ed sons, has declared for Wilson. Beech Grove In a lengthy telegram Heney reMrs. Crawford Bell and baby, are views with praises the foreign policy visiting her father, Jim Hoskins. of the Administration, but assigns as Mr. Will Smith has six cases of possible particular reason for not measles in his family at the present supporting Hughes the statement time. This is quite hard on Mr. that the nomination of Hughes marks Smith as it is the busiest time of the the continued domination of the Re- year. publican party by the Misses Eddie Bailey, Ella Rigsby, group. The part of the tele Kathaleen Hays and Salena Royse, were the visitors of Miss Bertha Da-tv- is Sunday. j Mr. Bradley Thompson called on Miss Jennie Smith Sunday. The boys seem to be rather scarce in this section, as we recently saw subscrip- a crowd of young ladies pass by in a two horse wagon, and one of the young ladys seemed to handle the horse pretty well. George Lee Elam, of East Bern-stad- t, have been the guests of his full father, Mr. P. T. Elam. Nearly everyone here is wishing i jfor a good rain, as things are pretty dry at the prsent time. flat-footed Record shows that Mr. Helm deserted the President and the Democratic majority of Congress upon several of the most vital matters which have been before Congress in recent somewhat better at this writing. Mrs. Mary Lusk Freeman, of Bal- years, matters which were salient timore, is here with her mother and features of the Democratic platform and the enactment of which has refamily for the summer. George W. Frye of Hartwell, Ca- ceived the almost unanimous approsey county, was a caller in our town val and commendation of the people of the nation. Congressman Helm a few days ago. Denzell Gadberry, of Casey coun- claims to have "endeavored to conty, was here a few days ago and sistently uphold the hands of the showed us a silver half dollar made President." When the great Banking and Curin 1824. rency act was passed; the act which John Woner and Will Hocker, of Stanford, were here Monday in the established vfaderal Reserve Banks and did more to place the financial latter's new Studebaker. system of this country upon a firm, At Elixir Springs. Charles Fox, of Danville, and Geo. substantial and permanent basis Rankin, of Lancaster, are spending a than all other currency legislation within half a century, where was the few days at Elixir Springs Mrs. Sophie Carpenter, of Huston- vote of the present Congressman ville, and Francis "Weatherford, of from the Eighth district? The roll call shows that Mr. Helm Stanford, returned from Elixir the DID NOT VOTE upon this bill. Evfirst of the week. Mrs. Raymond Crossfield and Miss ery other democrat from Kentucky Minnie Crossfield, of Lawrenceburg, voted for the bill except Cantrill, who, also is recorded as not voting are at Elixir Springs this week. Messrs. Ben Bright, Perk Ingram, upon it. When the Immigration bill, deand Monte Fox, of Danville, left Elixir Monday for their homes, after signed to exclude a great many illitese'yeral days fif recuperation at this rate and nileshat)le foreigners from and Trunks that you will be proud of when you travel and a pleasure to look at when at home. LEATHER HAND BAGS, Black locks and catches, at $5 and Tan, 15 to 18 inches, long, solid-bras- s to $12.50. SUIT CASES, 24 and 26 inches, Blank and Tan Leather, Real Cowhide and Walrus Leather, handsome as can be, good as they are handsome, at $5, $7.50, $10 and $15. TRUNKS. Regular style and Steamers, 30 to 38 inches, $3.50 to $10. Before you go let us show you these goods. McRoberts & Bafley Heard About Town B. Whittis, of the firm of Whittis &. Main Street Stanford, Ky. too good not to tell upon himself. i me language 01 me small Doy, ne was badly stung." W. C. T. U. MEETING. Lawhorn, undertakers, at Somerset, was in town Friday en route to Crab Orchard. News of tlia Churches Rev. W. D. Welburn will preach at McKinney Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock. famous health resort. Mrs. W. C. Floyd of Huston dlle, is at Elixir Springs this week in behalf of health. Mrs. Crossfield, Miss Crossfield and Miss Houchin, came up on the morning of the fourth and accompanied the party of young folks who went on a picnicking expedition to King's Mill, down on Dix River. Mr. Houchin accompanied them as far as Hus- tonville. C. C. Carpenter and Mrs. Jennie Carpenter, were guests of Elixir last week. Quite a crowd from here visited Elixir Springs Sunday afternoon and staid over for supper at that famous resort. H. C. Catron, of Junction City, came over Tuesday morning in hi large auto truck and went to Dix river with his Sunday school class, and it was necessary for two local autos to be brought into use to accommodate the crowd. Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Wesley, of Middleburg, visitors of Mrs. William Thomas Sunday, Mrs. Wm. Thomas is taking care of the telephone outfit of repairs on the line in this secclon at present. Mrs. Bettie Barnette lost a valuable work horse the first of the week. Dr. Casey was down to see him, but its condition was such, that he could render no aid whatever. The dates for the Chautauqua are August 11, 12, 13, 14. So keep in mind, and everyone come as a great time is expected. .t..Xl..ll..l,.l..l..M..ll.i.,Miiii"l"ll.M fc'Av.v.vV.v.v.v.vAyAv.w.v.v.;.; T YOUR ::: Penrose-Crane-Barn- es PRINTING Is A Valuable Asset of Your Business z YOUR NAME Is it on our tion list? 1 We will guarantee tomers to Success With Presentable, Profitable We Help'Our Cus- value you FOR YOUR MONEY PUBLICITY g,.l.t..f..T..T'Tlf"MllM"T"TTlT"M"I"T"Ml making America a breeding place and asylum for crime, was up for passage in the House, where was Mr. Helm's vote upon this big measure, advocated by the president? The record shows that Mr. Helm DID NOT VOTE on this bill. Every other democrat from Kntucky voted for it except Sherley, of Louisville, where there is;a large foreign population, and who voted against it. When the bill to repeal a provision of the Panama Canal Tolls act exempting vessels engaged in coastwise trade of the U. S. from tolls through the canal was up, and vigorously urged for passage by President Woodrow Wilson, where was Mr. Helm's vote? Every Democratic congressman, from Kentucky except Helm voted for the bill. The record shows the congressmen "irom Kentucky who vo- -, ted against this bill, earnestly desired by the President to hayebeen: HELM, Democrat. LANGLEY, Republican. POWERS, Republican. And again. When the Anti-Trubill, in two acts, .was before the house and this was one of the very fundamental features of the Democratic platform and campaign for victory in 1912 where was the vote of Mr. Helm, who says he desires to "consistently uphold the hands of the President? On both Anti-Trubills, Mr. Her vey Helm, of the Eighth Kentucky district, is recorded in the official record, as NOT VOTING. To say the least, the present con gressman from this district seems to have adopted a most unusual and re markable method of x "consistently upholding the hands of the President." By his votes upon these measures which the President and the Democratic majority of both Houses of Congress believed of intense and paramount importance to the country that they be enacted into law, it might almost be said in the language of the immortal Ollie James, in talking of a certain "statesman," who deserted the President and the majority of his party at a crucial hour: "Yes; he upheld the hands of the President; held them up so that his enemies might tie them." Think this over, Mr. Democratic Voter, when the primary election rolls around on August 5th. Do you believe in continuing in office a congressman who "upholds the hands of thePresident",in such fashion? st st Supt. Garland Singleton has received the final installment of salaPreaching at the Baptist church ries for county school teachers and they can obtain their money by call- Sunday morning and night. Subject for both services, "The Parable ing at his office. of the Leaven." Poem "My Mother" At the Methodist church Sunday asked- to Col. John W. Rawlings has been school at 9:30, preaching at 10:45; If I were one word give a thought, Which in would speak, selected campaign chairman to lead Epworth League at 7 p. m.; Union A unity of brotherhood, the democratic fight in Boyle county Services at court at the coming November election, a weather is favorable.house, 7:45, it A sympathy complete; A hundred happy cheery ways, splendid selection. Presbytiuian Church, Sunday, JuA mind that knows its own, ly 9: Sunday school at 9:30 a. m., Prof. J. W. Ireland came over from Ccnraun'oa service at 11 o'clock; C. Contented midst a throng of folkr Bellevue Wednesday in Senator R. E. Meeting at 7 o'clock. Union Ser- Yet peaceful when alone; L. Hubble's new Oldmobile car. and vice in front of court house at 7.45. A heart that sheds its silent glow, To brighten many another, was kept busy shaking hands with The Kentucky Baptist Summer Ashis many friends here. The car is a sembly, which has been in session at Without a moment of delay, I'd say, "You Mean My Mother." beauty. Georgetown, elected the following officers for the coming year: PresLincoln Lodge, F. & A. M., will ident, Chester. M Jewett, Cynthiana; hold a special communication next vice presidents, J. M. Walker, of LexMonday night to exemplify work in ington; D. M. Howerton, New Libei-tthe Fellowcraft and the Master's desecretary, W. H. Moody, Cox's gree. Refreshments will be served Creek; treasurer, the Rev. C. W. y, at the conclusion of the formal lodge Cynthiana. Board of Directors, work. Dr. M. B. Adams, Georgetown; J. T. Bowden, Owenton; T. C. Crume, "Col." Tim Hutchison and wife, Covington; J. J. Cloar, Louisville; II ii who went out to Arizona some time Dr. B. A. Dawes, Georgetown: W.i ' ago is back on a visit to his old home ,b. Hunter, Somerset; Mrs. Kate O. A FARMEPv carrying an here, and is receiving a cordial wel- Hinkle, Louisville; W. W. Horner. express package from come home from his many friends. (Louisville; J. E. Martin, Jellico, house was big mail-orda Mr. Hutchison say's he has not de- jTenn.; W. D. Powell, Louisville; W. accosted by a local dealer. cided whether he will remain here jT. Perry, Covington; J. R. Reynolds, "Why didn't yoa huy that Ml permanently or not, but might be in- (Richmond; J. W. Porter, Louisville; of goods from me? I could hate duced to do so if he could buy a farm W. C. Reeves, Ashland. saved yoa the express, and Besides you would have been patronizing a at the right price. - The monthly meeting of the W. C. T. U., will be held at the Methodist church, Tuesday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock. This will be Mother's Day in the W. C. T. U. We invite all of the mothers who can, to attend this meeting, whether you are a member or not. Mrs. Howenstine, Leader. Response Short Poems on Mother. y; El-se- ARE YOU 5 GUILTY i er 1 mm The Danville Advocate's Washington correspondent had the following while suffering from constipation. . to-da- Look Good Feel Good No one can feel good or look good . this week about a popular Stanford ' Get rid of that tired, draggy, lifeless ' feeling by a treatment of Dr. King's boy, who has "made good" in the anddidn 'iknowlhatyouhadthcslnff government printing office at the New Life Pills. Buy a box I hate here." In capital: "Mr. Everett M. Stone, for- itake one or two pills MORAL ADVERTISE the morning that stuffed, dull feelmerly of Stanford, who is regarded ing is gone and you feel better at as one of the Government Printing once. 25c. at your druggist. Office's most efficient linotype operators, captured a large swarm of bees this week in Washington. The bees had left their place of habitation and taken up quarters in the same boarding house with Mr. Stone, except they chose the outside of the building. He conceived the idea that he would not only secure all the honey he could use by capturing them, but would have a goodly porThe use of Nujol as an internal lubricant tion to sell, so he went to work and will in most cases counteract any tenimprovised hive, secured the made an apiarist and finally services of an dency to costiveness. landed his find in what he hoped Freedom from constipation means freedom would be a final home. He went to telling of from many minor ailments. It means increasthe office the next morning ed vitality and sounder, more vigorous health his masterful stroke of luck with than you have ever before experienced. the greatest gusto. This exuberant feeling lasted all through the day and he left the office that afternoon - 5gs Krrvr Penny's Drug with eagerness to get back to his JL bees, only to find that they had takStore I JSlJiiEBaga' en French leave of his temple. He was very much chagrined, but after reflection decided that the story' was y, to-nig- ht. home store, which helps pay the taxes and hailds up this locality. The farmer looked at the merchant a moment and then said: "Why don't you patronize your home paper and advertise? I read it " Nujol Helps You Well Nujol Page Six The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky. Farm and. Stock News Menefee & Caldwell, of Garders-ville, Friday, July 7, 1916 BEST TONIC IS S.S.S. try-in- Mt. Moriah Eldei Johnson preached to a large Few people get through the winter It insures blood purity and healttii received 12,000 pounds of wool and attentive crowd last Sunday eveand spring without attacks from one S. S. S. for 50 years has been the ning. ; of the many blood maladies that leave standard treatment for all blood troun at Butler last week for which they An i'ntertainment to honor God, g them weak and unfit to meet the Nation I and Flag was held at Mt. bles. Catarrh, rheumatism, malaria. paid 40 cents a pound. warm season, and the blood so freighted with poisons that it is incapable of supplying the energy and tissue building properties necessary to health. This condition is revealed in many ways, and by many symptoms, but all pointy to one thing infected blood. And just as surely they call for the one true and tried S. S. S. skin diseases, and other troubles aris-in- cr from impure and imooverished blood yield to S. S. S. The best tonic. Get S. S. S. from the drug store, and regain your health. Don't take a substitute. It is guaranteed purely vegetable. Write us for free medical advice. Address Medical Department S3, Swift Specific Co., Atlanta, Ga- Simpson & Watkins, of Scott county, sold 2,800 worth of stock cattle to the following parties: to John Mansfield, 25 head for $820; to William M. Sargeant, 40 head for $800, and to Al K. Hawkins, 40 head Moriah' Sunday afternoon. Prince Albert gives smokers such delight, because it can't parch your throat; for $1,200. Privileges of the THE VARIOUS K. of P. FAIR At Stanford, Ky., August 23, 54, 25, Novelties, Ball Rack, . Merry-Go- Round and Various Other Amusements. ARE FOR SALE. They include Ice Cream, Soft Drinks, Lunch Counter, Cigars and Tobacco, Pop Corn, Crackerjack, or Call on WALlUDIj Stanford! Clothing. Clothing. Clothing. y large stock of Blue Serges, Greys, Browns and Checks, Palm Beaches and Kool Klothes. A big assortment of Hats in Stetsons, Straws and Leghorns. Our stock of Ladies' and Men's Oxfords are better than ever before. Buy now and save money. We are making SPECIAL PRICES on all Clothing during our Fifteen-DaSale. A Stivers, of near Sulphur, the Jot Bead farm of 174 acres at Crestwootf Oldham county, for $75 per acre. As part payment Mr. Beard takes the Stivers farm of 88 acres, near Sulphur, at $75 per acre. R. K. Young, of Adair county, who sells a world of cattle on the Stanford market and is absolutely one of the cleverest fellows who ever came out of Adair county, has purchased of R. F. Paull the latter's one-fifinterest in the ColumbiaFair The consideration was grounds. $450, says the Adair county News. J. D. Eads. near Crestwood, Shel by county, who was here several days early this week, visiting friends and relatives, will deliver to T. W. Jones, of this city, the latter part of the week, 107 head of hogs which will average 200 pounds. Mr. Eads has had them on feed at his Shelby counts farm. He will deliver them to Mr. Jones there at $8.50 a hundred, and the buyer will ship them into Louisville for the market. James H. Gover sold to "W. S.g Burch this week, a handsome year-inAberdeen-Angu- s bull, for $225. animal which Mr. Gover This was the purchased at the sale of T. L. Carpenter, and he is a royally bred fellow. Mr. Burch bought him for his brother, S. J. Burch, of Boligee, Ala., who will breed some of these popular black cattle, and knew where to come for some foundation stock that was bred right. By the terms of a deal closed Friday afternoon, Holloway Bros., of Clark county sold their last years crop of grass seed to J. S. Wilson, the Paris grass seed dealer. The crop of the Holloway Bros., will aggregate about 2,000 bushels. It is said that the Paris merchant paid the sum of $1.25 per bushel for the uncleaned seed, which will be delivered to him at his cleaning establishment in Paris at once. In Scott county Layton Luke sold to Herman Gregg for a $70. Noah Bailey bought a spotted Shetland pony from Joe Evans for $52. John Tribble bought 8 shoats from Willie Wells at $5 per head; 2 from Bart Wells at $11 and 2 from Wallace Hanna at $8 per head. Seth Luke bought of Willie Wells, 3 yearling heifers at $34 per head. Joe Bailey purchased- - 2 sows with pigs th two-year-colt - Morris & Jones, of Henry county sold the first of the week to O. B. Young. Misses Mary Ama and Allie Boone and Mr. Will Dunn were the pleasant callers of Miss Myrtle Flannery Sun- The grand and every child acquitted himselves with credit; there was a large crowd and all came away feeling glad to have been there. Theje will be an ice cream supper at Ml. Frank Hazlett's Saturday night jfor the benefit of the Mt. EveryMorial Christian cTiurch. body k invited. Mr. Hazlette lives about one quarter of a mile north of the it. Moriah church. Mis Ortha Warfield and Mr. Fon-z- o Beiry went to the Jumbo picnic on th fourth. Misses Ora and Ida Hutchinson, of Covington are visiting their parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Hutchinson. Mrs, Ruth Pence and two children, of Mctinney were visiting her grand-motiMrs. Carrie Eperson and attended the exercises at the Christian charch. Mr. Will McGuffy went to Pleasant Pout Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Boone and pretty little baby are guests of his and her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Boone and Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Floyd. Mr. William Mullins and family spent he fourth with Mr. Warmath and w fe. Mr and Mrs. Hubert Lewis were recent euests of Mrs. Lewis' mother, Mrs. Anna Bastin. There was a birthday party at J. H. Bocne's Saturday night in honor of their son, Clyde Boone. Ice cream and case were served and all had a most delightful time. Miss Florence Dawes is at home for a few jlays. Mr. Ben Boone, of Somerset is at home for a visit to his homefolks. Mr. and Mrs. John Bryant and pretty daughter, Irene, of Somerset were the guests of Mr. John Spires and Mp. Burtin Spires and family last Sunday. Mrs. B. D. Hiatt had a pleasant visit wjth friends near Mt. Moriah church 'the latter part of last week. Mr. nd Mrs. M. S. Bastin, Mrs. P. H. Williams and three children and Mr. Will Dunaway took dinner at J. H. Boone's the past Sunday. Mr. ;arid Mrs. Millard Hatfield, Mrs. jjong and little Miss Lillian Hiatt fjok dinner with Mr. and Mrs. Frank lHazlette last Sunday 1 Slias. Bsrtha Rodger and Mr. Tom Berry here pleasant visitors qf the Misses piVarfi elds last Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Gerky and children were pleasant callers of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Maybriars Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Vanhook, of the Green River section were pleasant visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Evert le . its flavor is so different and so delightfully good; it can't bite your tongue; you can smoke it as long and as nard as you like without any comeback but real tobacco happiness ! On the reverse side of every Prince Albert package you will read : "PROCESS PATENTED JULY 30th, 1907" That means to you a lot of tobacco 1 joyment. Prince Albert has always been sold without coupons or premiums. We prefer to give quality en- Fringe Albert the national joy smoke Copyrteht 111 by R. J Reynolds Tobacco Co. in goodness and in pipe satisfaction is all we or its enthusiastic friends ever claimed for it ! howdy-dno YOU'LL, find a cherrystranger you on tap the much of a are in o neck of the woods you drop into. For, Prince Albert is right there at the first place you pass that sells tobacco ! The toppy red Dag sells tor a nickel and the tidy red tin for a dime; then there's the hand d some pound and tin humidors and the pound crystal-glas- s humidor with top that keeps the tobacco m such bang-u- p trim half-pounsponge-moistener SIM MEM TOBACCO IS PREPARED FOR SMOKERS UHDERTHE PROCESS DISCOVERED IM MAKING EXPERIMENTS TO PRODUCETHE MOST DELIGHTFUL AND WHOLESOME TOBACCO FOR CIG- m It answers every smoke desire you or any other man ever had! It is ARTTAMfl2iaMERS. PROCESS PATENTED JULY 1907, so . smokeappetite that you will get chummy with it in a mighty short time ! s. cool and fragrant and appealing to your MHKMHH1C RJ.KEYNOH)5T0BAa0C0M?A)Y WixstonSaIem-KCUS- 30? DOES NQT BITE THE IOHGUE: Will you invest 5c or 10c to prove out our on the national joy smoke? R. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO CO., Hustonville. She and her husband came here from their home at Grafton, West Virginia, some two weeks ago and she was taken ill soon after arriving. She was Miss Miss Delia Combest before her marriage to Mr. Jeter, about six months ago. Our long absence from these columns is due to several causes, mostly to a scarcity of news. Middleburg is not a very newsy place by any means. It is true that we have our comers and goers but too much of that is straining on the editor and office force and is not generally relished by the reading public. Herbert Benson, who was pretty well done up by jumping from an anto near Lexington two weeks ago has about recovered. He had quite a close call and was real sick when he reached his home here that afternoon. He appreciates very much the kindness of those who were with him at the time and especially that shown him by Mr. and Mrs. Mat Horton, of Winston-Salem. say-s- o N. C. I tried a This the rerene side of the Prince Albert tidy red tin. Read this "Patented Process" metsaze-to-yo- u e what it means in making Prince Albert so much to your liking. and-realiz- great deal of annoyance. dozen different medicines but did not get any uenen.. until i went io onug- - RHEUMATISM ARRESTED Many people suffer the tortures of sac-Pil- ls. ars' and Tanner's Drug Store and lame muscles and stiffened joints because procured a supply of Doan's Kidney oi impurities in the blood, and each By the time I had taken two ceding attack seems more acute until rbeumatismhasinvadedthewholesystem. I Connell Bros., of Paris sold 25 Floyd. Gerky and children spent head of heifers to W. A. Penn, of theMrs. Joe with Mrs. James Floyd. fourth at $40 per iiead. ueorge iv. Little Miss Vivin Spiers has been Bourbon, Redmon, of near Paris, recently sold on the sick list for several days. d hogs to 40 head of Mrs. Ancell Baugh, of Stanford, at of Paris, & McGlintock, Connell was the guest of her son, Charlie $9 per hundred pounds. Bros., of Paris, sold this week to Dunaway last Sunday. J. A. Stewart, of Bourbon, 25 head 200-pound for $90. lette Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Jane Floyd is visiting her son and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. James Misses Etta and Margurite Dawes, Lizzie Warfied, Mamie Berry, Toy Hutchinson and Viola Hiatt were the charming guests of Mr. David Haz- day afternoon. Kidney trouble To arrest rheumatism it is quite as im-h- as portant to improve general health as never bothered me since." Price 50c, at all dealers. Don't tominfyyoiir bloodanfTthecodUverml simply: ask for a kidney remedy maker, while its medicinal nourishment get JJoan's Kidney .Pills the same i strengthens the organs to expel the kind that cured Mr. Spoonamore. impurities and upbuild your strength. thousands Scott's Foster-Milbur- n Co., Props., Buffalo, every day Emulsion is helpingother relief who could not find N. Y. Refuse the alcoholic substitutes. boxes I was cured. Cay-woo- llKCf and in Ideal surroundinirs. Lexington M Kj, is tho scat of culture, the university. I - I V city-t- he city of ideal environs that are So an incentive to the highest Idealism. situated, the Lexincton College of Music with Its faculty of distinguished instructors in voice, piano, violin and other string instruments, brass Instruments, theory, harmony, composition, teacher's training, public school music, dramatic art and painting, affords raro advantages to the music student. Degrees conferred, rositions guaranteed. SKBB. Terms and board reasonable. Summer term begins June 12. term September 11. Write for catalogue. 1 nvTnrtnn CnU ola a! Mncifi HIm Aass Cll:rr Co'f. Director MJfe LlCAUSgiUU VVUbb l 111141b 441 V.Setaai St. LEZUCT0N.KT. -- ROBINSON'S A Card to Owners of Rural Telephone Lines We are anxious to see that all lines owned by other parties and connected with us are kept in such condition as to furnish efficient service. Where the owners of rural lines are responsible for their upkeep, we want to with them. All lines require a thorough overeauling occasionally if the best service is to be obtained. We recommend that every line connected with us be overhauled at least once a year, and that at least one experienced telephone man assist in this work. The cost of this work when divided among all the patrons" of the line, makes the amount paid by each man small, and this cost will be more than offset by the co-opera- of heifers at $42.o0jper head. Lon-nBros, also sold 50 head of stock cattle to Harrison county buyers at private prices. In Mercer county William Bonta bought four mule colts at an average of $90. Robinson & Royalty bought 1,000 lambs at eight and a quarter cents a hundred. Graham & Perkins bought ten 1,000 pound cattle from B. Noel at $7 a hundred. Clell Coleman bought 106 hogs from William Vandivier, 92 from William Robin--so- n and 80 from Jake Huguely at $9 per hundred. Sanders & Company purchased 32 lambs from Robert Hudson at ten cents a pound. Chas. Van Arsdale has sold his farm of 164 acres, adjoining the Leo Riker place on the Danville pike to W. K. Card-wel- l. el The congressional race which has The Interior Journal failed to been very quiet up to now is being reach Yosemite Saturday and there talked about quite a bit by both par- ivliddleburg Th7 y J Frankfort. te -- improved service. If the owners of rural telephone lines in this section are experiencing trouble with .their service, we will appreciate their talking the matter over with our Manager or writing us fully. We will gladly do what we can toward helping you improve the condition of your line. CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE 4 & TELEGRAPH COMPANY INCORPORATED BOX 339, FRANKFORT, KY. At the sale of the late Garrett Powell's effects by W. J. Carley, in Scott county. Auctioneer B. B. Peak reports that twenty-four cows brought from $50 to $90 per head; two heifers $35 to bull, $100; corn $51; at crib, $3.7o to $3.90, and farm implements sold well. F. M. Thoma-so- n and County Agent H. A. Pickett purchased from Mr. and Mrs. Ben F. Southworth, 90 acres of land located on the Asa Glass pike, and known as-tRobert H. Jones farm, at about $50 an acre. The purchasers divided the tract; Mr. Pickett taking 50 acres and Mr. Thomason 40 acres. FOR SALE privately, the S. E. Owsly farm of 220 acres; large colonial brick residence, cellar, cistern, two barns, smoke house, tenant house, and other buildings; situated in heart of the Blue Grass section; rich limestone soil in excellent state of cultivation; in Lincoln county, near towns of Danville, Lancaster and Stanford, where there are excellent churches and schools. Will be sold at a gargain. For particulars address, Mrs. W. R. Rice, Southern 53 tf. Hotel, Jackson, Tenn. Orestes Floyd, agricultural agent for Harrison county, spent several days last week with his father, J. H. Floyd and family in the West End. He was in Stanford one day while here, went out and inspected the splendid piece of alfalfa which Cashier W. M. Bright has on his handsome farm on the Danville pike. Mr. Floyd is doing a splendid work as assistant to the farmers of Harrison county and his many Lincoln county friends are mighty proud of him. Another man, who went from this section, is also making "mighty good" as a farm demonstrator,, and he is K. L. Varney, who went- from the Eubank section, to Trie-pminfv down in western Kentucky, where he is doing the farmers of that section a world of good. four-year-o- ld he two-stor- y, c was disappointment among its many ties and are both being heard with eager readers. We thought the much interest. Reid Coffey is mail carrier now on Helm followers would let this county the Danville and McKinney route. go by default but they say "nay" He took charge Saturday. fight seems inevitable. Senas a Mrs. Lester Jeter is dangerously ator stiff Montgomery's friends admit ill with typhoid fever at her sister's, that Mr. Helm has made a model Mrs. Staley Stephens', who lives near Congressman and the only objection urged is his long term in office which is no objection at all if he has been HH!iitiiHHiliii.iUiHnni!iiUiliillhll faithful. Helm's followers object to Mohtgimery on account of his inexperience and tender age which is no serious objection. Charlie's age is not as tender as it use to be. He is not as old as'his father tho they look as if they were boys that were raised together We said in our last letter that Charlie was very popular in this vicinity which is true but he has no advantage along that line over Mr. of Mjlledgeville Helm. Harve is popular too. So it can not be denied that there is a very interesting contest on in this county at least. From reports Liberty has been in an unsettled state for some time. Some months ago the town council passed an aet against stock running at large on the streets which was will be worth your while to very displeasing to many of the inTT zr I find out what some of your habitants and the town marshal, Sam X neighbors who use De Laval Raines has had all he could do and J Separators think of their mato They jj Cream before you buy any separator. then some. down are said few have days rs chines there a had it warm : About the best thing we can say ago but we are not sufficienty inzs for the De Laval is that all the far-- formed to give a version of the affair, mers around herewho use it are tho it is said that pistols made their boosters. appearance on the scene but did not p It does good work for them and make known their purpose in comr pleases them, and we know it will ing. N -- sJS33S&Ji 'scVfli U""jlaWi g fe-jFa- ll What Ira T. Moser Sport Shirts For Men and Boys has to say about cream separators this week. w. E. PERKINS, Crab Orchard, Kentucky TflTlVoRMfe I X RICHMOND, KY. mi5Fi ft . A TRAINING SCHOOL FOR TEACHERS Courses leading to Elementary, Intermediate and Life State Certificate?. Valid in all Public Schools of Kentucky. Special Courses and Review Courses. Tuition Free to Appointees. Two splendid dormitories, new model school, new manual training building, practice school, department of agriculture, a well equipped pyninasiuns. Domestic Science. First Term begins September 7. Second Term November 16. Third Term January 25. Fourtn Term April 5, Summer School opens June 14, Catalogue Fre. j. a. CRABBS, President. please you. Make it a point to ask your j sr S 2 EE r S; SZ ZZZ neighbor about his De Laval. Therearenearlytvvomillionsatisfied De Laval users throughoutthe world. More De Laval Separators are in use than all other makes combined. It isn't the cheapest, but the majority of separator users iiave found out by experience that it is the best and by far the most economical separa- tor to own. We want to tell you about an arrange- ment we havawhereby you can make par- tial payment at time of purchase and pay the balance on suchliberal terms that the Ue .Laval win save its cost while you are paying for it. Come in and see us the first time you have a chance and talk it over. Keep the Kidneys Well! Health is Worth Saving, and Some Stanford People Know How to Save It. Many Stanford people take their lives in their hands by neglecting the kidneys when they know these organs need help. Weak kidneys are responsible for a vast amount of suffering and ill health the slightest delay is dangerous. Use Doan's Kid- STOP AT- - IS SS S- - Sooner or Ej will buy a DE LAVAL later you " rfllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll ney Pills a remedy that has helped thousands of kidney sufferers. Here is a Stanford citizen's recommendation. J. T. Spoonamore, Whitley Ave., Stanford, says: "I was "down with mv back and I could not stoon or ' lift. The kidney secretions were too frequent in passage and caused me a THE GALT HOUSE, WHEN IN LOUISVILLE. EUROPEAN PLAN GOOD ROOMS $1.00 PER DAY. FINE DIN-IN- G ROOM WITH EXCELLENT SERVICE AND LOW PRICES. MEETS TRAINS. FREE AUTO-BU- S TURKISH AND ELEC TRIC BATHS. WRITE FOR RESERVATIONS. J. GREENBERG, Manager i The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky: Friday, July Statement of Miss Allie Russell Fish has returned from a visit to friends at Paint Lick. Mrs. Patsy Brown has returned from a visit to her son, Oppie Brown 7, 1916 The First National Bank Of Stanford Ky., June 30th, 1916 RESOURCES: Loans, stocks and bonds ! $299,764.37 6,798.50 Banking House Cash and Due from Banks Total, LIABILITIES: Capital, Surplus and Profits . Circulation Deposits Bills Payable 32,871.40 $339,434.27 $80,735.50 50,000.00 203,698.77 5,000.00 $339,434.27 and wife at Lancaster. Miss Arnola Ramsey arrived from Paint Lick this afternoon to visit Miss Ollie Russell Fish. Miss Josephine Gooch returned to Gilbert's Creek after visit to her Miss Marie Powell. friend, Mrs. A. R. Humble went to Junction City this afternoon to visit her son, A. B. Humble. Misses Elizabeth and Nancy Hunn went to Middlesboro Thursday to visit friends. Miss Ila Newland, of Crab Orchard was the guests of relatives the middle of the week. Miss Lucille Dudderar and brother, Raymond, are the guests of Miss Mary Dudderar, at Gilbert's Creek. Mrs. S. J. Duncan and son, of San Francisco, arrived early in the week to visit her parents, Rev. and Mrs. Joseph Ballou. Miss Elizabeth Montgomery, of the McCormack's church section was Miss Elizabeth Carter's guest several days the past week. Col. L. G. Edelen, of Danville, j mUl JHHv MSB K, 3& fif 41 lOat 'B Total, I Dividend of 3 per cent, declared, payable on demand Personal and Social Mrs. T. A. Rice has been on the sick list for several days. June 29th, born, to the wife of J. B. Huffman a little son. Mrs. M. D. Early was on the sick list several days this week. Miss Carrie Miller, of Lancaster, arrived Tuesday afternoon to visit J. D. Wearen and family. John Nevius, of Lebanon Junction, spent several days with his mother, Mrs. Mattie Nevius, here this week. Mf. W. 0. Scott has returned to Covington after a most pleasant visit to his homefolks. Mrs. George Rewes and handsome little son, of Lxington have been the guests of Mrs. Sallie Scott. Miss Nancy Teager was in Cincinin the week visiting nati eai-lfriends. Mrs. James Sharp, of Williamsburg has returned after a pleasant visit to Wm. McCormack and family, west of town. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Eads, of Shelby county, spent a week or so with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. D. New-lan- d here. Col. and Mrs. James I. Hamilton, of Garrard county, were over here a short while early in the week to see Dr. J. F. Peyton. Mrs. Richard Cobb and sister, Mrs. Collins, who has been her guest at her home on the Danville pike, went to Richmond Tuesday to visit relatives. E. C. Walton went to Atlanta, Ga., Saturday to spend several days with his brother, Thomas Walton. Mrs. Walton is visiting her father, Col. T. D. Marcum at Catlettsburg. Mrs. B. D. Carter has returned from Greensboro where she had a most delightful visit with Mr. and Mrs. Carl Carter and Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Carter. Mrs. John Robins, of Brodhead, underwent a serious operation late last week at St. Joseph's Infirmary Louisville, and her many friends will be glad to know she is doing nicely. Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Jarvis, of Anderson, Ind., have gone to Manti-ob- a, Canada to spend a couple of months, and have had the I. J. forwarded to them there so they will not lose any of the news about the folks back home. G. A. Lackey, of Litchfield, HI., spent several days here early in the week with his sisters, Mrs. J. C. Bailey and Miss Ophelia Lackey and other friends and relatives, and then went to Middlesbord to make a brief visit with Mr. and Mrs. S. W. Givens before returning home. y Home Celebration of Wonder Interest But in the meantime, during the anxious period of expectancy, there is a splendid remedy known as "Mother's Friend" Uiat does wonders. It is for external use, relieves the n.iina nf muscle expansion, soouies and quiets the nerves, extends its in- fluencc to the internal organs and removes to a great extent theten- dencv tn cnrrtr nm) in- whatso- The arrival of i rmtvi? tr. iun u..i.-.ij- i completely changes the entire aspect ol me luture. H f5f l , i't&csh prebension. UJm ' ever and for this reason must exert a most Doctor Pierce or his Staff of Assisting beneficial influence upon those functions di- day. Physicians will inform you truthfullyrectly connected with motherhood. In a Curtis Gover, advertising manager book rerr Interesting copy the subject is freely will be mailed free to of the New Decatur, Ala., "Decatur's discussed and a kxow thyself! all expectant mothers by Brad field Regulator Daily,"is at Crab Orchard, the guest Read all about yourself, your system, Co., 400 Lamar Bdg Atlanta, Ga. Get a anatomy, bottle of "Mother's Friend" today of any of his cousin, Shirley Gover. The physiology, etc, in the hygiene, simple home cures, "Common Sense drnggist. Use as directed and you will then WO MflCcrs Clrwray V.nJ Medical Adviser" a book of 1008 oaces. know why mothers for nearly half a century bare used and recommended this splendid aid some young men, took in the Little- - Send to Dr. V. M. Pierce, Buffalo, N. Y., t Their letters are messages three dimes or thirty cents in to motherhood. u..u,,u d copy. iiimauuj: .evening. stamps for a pi cheer, that breathe comfort in every word. for the mother, has no drug: effect It is a natural treatment, safe were callers at this office this morning. They will return Sunday. Rev. and Mrs. W. D. Welburn and son, William, and daughter, Miss Edith, spent the week at Moreland, at the home of Mrs. Welburn's father, J. H. Pruitt. Mr. Pruitt was 86 years old the fifth of July and there was a gathering of the family to celebrate his birthday. Messrs. Harry Carter, M. S. Baugh-maand son, Morgan Smith Baugh-maand Dr. J. B. Perkins composed Mrs. C. H. Greer and two (laugh- a party who motored over to Lexters, Elizabeth and Frances, of Dan- ington and spent the Fourth. While ville, are visiting relatives at Leb- there they attended the double-headanon. baseball game between LexMrs. L. M. Westerfield returned ington and Portsmouth. to her home at Paris Thursday mornr, Mrs. S. D. Sanders and son, ing alter a visit to Mrs. M. D. Elof Peoria, 111., and Mrs. Fannie more and other relatives here. Holtzclaw, of Stanford and little r, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Sartin and Mrs. Miss Allene Gooch, S. B. Hiatt and Miss Ida Holtzclaw are visiting J. T. Holtzclaw and famspent the 4th with friends and rel- ily, of Gilbert's Cteek. On Sunday atives at Wilmore. an old fashioned dinner was served Miss Frances Sparks, of Mt. Ver- to some forty relatives in honor of non, was on Thursday morning's these visitors. It was a home coming that will long be train, returning home from a visit all who were present. remembered by to friends in Louisville. Mrs. S. C. Greer of Louisville, THE NEWEST REHEDY who has been visiting Mrs. C. Hays FOB Foster for several days, returned to Backache, Rheumatism and Dropsy. her home Thursday. Mrs. G. G. Perry and daughter and Kidney, Bladder an iJric Acid troubles son, Miss Bettie and Igo Perry are bring misery to many. When the kidneys spending the week at their farm in are weak or diseased, these natural filters do not cleanse the blood sufllciently.and Madison county. poisons are carried to all parts oi the Miss Sallie Burdette is visiting the body. There follow depression, aches friends and relatives in Cincinnati. and pains, heaviness, drowsiness, irritability, rheuchilliness Before returning home she will make matism.headaches, people there and sharp are In some a visit to Lexington and Lawrence- Eains In the back and loins, distressing disorders and sometimes obstinburg relatives. ate dropsy. The uric acid sometimes Mrs. C. I. Dorsey and daughter, forms into gravel or kidney stones. When Miss Meota, of Louisville, arrived the uric acid affects the muscles and joints, lumbago, rneumatism, Thursday to visit Mrs. Dorsey's fa- gout orit causes This is the time to try sciatica. ther, Judge W. L. Dawson and Mr. " Anuric." Send 10c. for trial package. During digestion uric acid is absorbed and Mrs. E. D. Eads. into the system from meat eaten, and Miss Sara Lewis and aunt, Miss even from some vegetables. The poor kidneys tired and backache begins. Katherine Lewis, who have been vis- This is getgood time to take "Anuric," a iting reatives here, returned to their the new discovery of Dr. Pierce for Kidney trouble and home the last of the week. Miss kidney trouble is Uackache. Neglected responsible many Adelaide Proctor returned with them deaths, and Insurance Companyfor examining doctors always test the water of an for a short visit. applicant poliy will be G. A. Lackey and Edward Cooper, Have you before a aside a bottle ofissued. ever set water hours? A heavy sediof Litchfield, 111., returned home this for twenty-fou- r kidmorning, after a week spent with rel- ment or settling sometimes indicatescharney trouble. The true nature and atives here. Miss Lucile Cooper ac- acter of diseases, especially those of the companied them as far as Cincinnati kidneys and urinary organs, can often be determined by a careful chemical anwhere she will make a visit. alysis and microscopical examination Mrs. John Nevius, who has been this is done by expert chemists of the Medical visiting her husband's mother. Mrs. you wish Staff of the Invalids' Hotel. If to know your condition send a Mattie Nevius for a few days, has re- sample of your water to Doctor Pierce's turned to her home. Mr. Nevius will Invalids' Hotel, Buffalo, N. Y., and describe your symptoms. It will bo exremain with his mother until Satur- amined without any expense to you, and n, n, Hus-tonvill- e. er Del-megrand-daughte- Joe Nevius, of Lancaster, has been the guest of his mother, Mrs. Mat-ti- e Nevius for several days. A. B. Elkin, of Louisville, is the guest of his daughter, Mrs. R. M. Newland this week. Mr. S. D. Campbell has left for Springfield where he will soon take charge of a school near there. Miss Mary Rout, of Junction City, is the guest of her grandmother, Mrs. Bettie Broaddus. W. H. Jones, of Winchester, is spending a few days with friends and relatives here. Misses Ruth and Clara Young, of Lawrenceburg are the attractive guests of Miss Mary Burdette. Misses Margaret and Ruth Beck", of McKinney, are the guests of Miss Elizabeth Hunn. Mrs. M. E. Prewitt and children, of Tennessee are the guests of her mother, Mrs. Bedell Chancellor. Mrs. C. L. Robu, who has been visiting her son, Isaac Robb, has returned to her home at Maysville. Rev. C. H. Greer, of Danville, left Thursday for the mountains where he will conduct a several days revival. Mrs. R. C. Hampton, who has been visiting relatives here for several days, has returned to her home at Lebanon Junction. Mrs. W. A. Eubanks and children, Willie Mae and Harris Courtney, of Covington, are the guests of Mrs. C. C. Withers. Mrs. W. D. Wolfe and little daughter, of Indianapolis, are. visiting her mother, Mrs. T. G. Tupman, at took a train here Friday morning for Crab Orchard Springs to spend several weeks. Mrs. W. J. Dozier and children, of Little Rock, Ark., arrived early in the week, to visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Pence, Sr. Albert Phillips returned early this week from Hot Springs, Ark., where he has been taking the baths for rheumatism for several weeks. Mesdames Mary Burch and Sophia Alcorn are at Elixir Springs this week, drinking the spendid waters there. Mrs. W. R. Rice, who spent several days with friends in Lexington, came back by here with Mrs. Susan Yeager before she went south to Jackson, Tenn., where Mr. Rice has his headquarters now. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Carter, of Greensboro, N. C, are here with jtheir parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Walton and Mr. and Mrs. B. D. Carter. John McChord, a Centre College student, of Lebanon, was here with James Cooper this morning, looking for new students for the famous educational institution. Mr. and Mrs. J. Shearin, of Indianapolis, who have been visiting Mesdames Nellie Denham, Belle Hiatt and other relatives in this county, It's two for one tomor- If you have used Palm- row and as long as the olive even once y on know, supply holds out two and will be the first to cakes of your favorite use the coupon. Palmolive for the price of one.' If you haven't, this is your Just tear out the coupon chance to prove the truth that appears below. It's of all you have heard "legal tender" at any store about Palmolive. To make the acquaintance of where the soap is sold this great Falm and Olive will buy youjone cake oil soap. of Palmolive Sqap if you buy another. You get two Take the coupon to any cakes for only 10 cents dealer that sells soap and by presenting this free he will honor it. 1 coupon. It isn't necessary, here, SL mWi mM to dwell upon.the excellence of Palmolive and the qualities which make HiPlhilC it the great and favorite toilet soap. 0-ce- nt H B H B m m T 01 Coupon y Present Buy This &l,IiMffii5,731 r You This coupon will be accepted if presented within thirty days) as full payment for one cake of Palmolzve Soap when the holder purchases another cake at the regular price. Only one coupon may be presented-beach family and the name and address of the party receiving soap must be signed in full to the following: I hereby certify that I have this day purchased one cake of Palmolive Soap from my dealer and received one cake of Palmolive Soap Free. We NOTICE TO DEAUES: Give You This This cenpen will be redeemed at 10c in cash only naJer follow ioicondilioaK jl mas! be refnraed direct lo the B.J. Johnson Soap Compaij, Inc. M3waliee. Wtsceiuia. must bear the (nil same and address and be signed by the parly receuin i the soap. WE POSITIVELY MILL BEfl'SETO BIDEEM C0LP0.NS (XT FH0U .NEWSPAPEHS PCKCaiSED BYDEALE3S. 'ttl .... -... uut one-cen- cloth-boun- Walter McPherson and Fay Hays, FIRE RATES TO BE RAISED? SAVES DAUGHTER of Cincinnati, were guests of Mr. An increase of 25 per cent in preand Mrs. R. T. Bruce this week. miums on fire insuranc for three-yeMiss Willie Hocker, of Pine Bluff, (niiiesi Award) Ark., is the guest of her nieces, Mes- Advice of Mother no Donbt Pre terms and of 3 12 per cent, for oiven io dames T. A. Rice and C. E. Tate, and mTiim is proposed by the nephew, W. H. Shanks, and their j Daughter's Untimely End. fire insurance companies, which have vents families, here. atihe Panama-- ! asked the State Rating Board to apYOUNG MEN If you are going PacificExposiiioi Jlk!UB s Ready, Ky. " I was not able lo dc prove their action. The schedule to any of the following cities in Ken- anything for jsearly six months," writes was made last December, but the yyas gramedfo tucky to make it your future home, Mrs. Laura BraJcher, of this place, "and board has not agreed to it yet. the Y. M. C. A. will give you a Free was down in bed for three months. 1 cannot tell you how I suffered with Heretofore comnanies have been Thirty Day Ticket in the Y. M. C. A., uy head, and with nervousness and charging but two years' premiums NEW iSTERfflONALl if you present introduction card from .vomanly troubles. 0 Dr. T. W. Pennington, who is correOur family doctor told my husband he for five year policies. They wish to j Superiority of Educational Merit. sponding member of the State Y. M. :ould not do me any good, and he had raise the cost of three-yeThis new creation answers with policies i C. A., for this citv. Cities makiner lo give it up. We tried another doctor, final authority all kinds cf puzzling year's premiums and five-yehalf a questions su.h as "IIow is PrzemyiL such offers are: Ashland, Bowling , b he did not he,P me At last, mv mother advised me to take policies one year's premiums. pronounced?" "Where is Flan- Green, Henderson, Lexington, Louis Cardui, the woman's ders? " "What tonic. 1 thought a amtlmuma rm. ville, Madisonville and Owensboro. it was no use for I was nearly dead and II htnritzert"" CONVICTS TO BUILD ROADS ?0'" "What is a "PTnur ,a What m i? untie Don't miss this courtesy. nothing seemed to do me any good. But mZ7" w I took eleven bottles, and now 1 am able nouncca?" and thousands oi other?, Fis- I Eepresentatives of Bell county 1 More titan 4ulCB3 Vscs&ular? Tcris. 1 to do all of my work and my own cal Court conferred with CommisPOSTED Against fishing, hunting washing. S3.QGD Gccsrzshissi Sutiesfct. l?nrji 1 or trespassing. M. D. Elmore, Stansioner of Highways Wiley and ChairBiographies! Srlrias. Over G&CO IEa I think Car-dis the best medicine in 28-3- p ford, the world. My weight has increased, man of the Prison Commission Hines i trahoHs. 27S9 Pages. The oaly diction- ijj and 1 look the picture of health. " concerning the working of convicts ! ary with the divided page a strode of genus. If you suffer from any of the ailments on the roads in Bell county. Wiley Ke.t alar and IaiJa- Back tlie Old Stand! peculiar to women, get a bottle of Cardui and Hines will go to Bell county next PaptrE&ticu. today. Delay is dangerous. We know Write for sred-me- n And better equipped than ever be- it will help you, for it has helped so week to investigate the conditions ipagcs, ilfore to, do your many thousands of other weak women under which the convicts will be lustrations, etc TINNING AND PLUMBING Free, a set of in the past 50 years. worked and housed. as you want it .done and at a price Pocket Maps if ybu xuunc ?i you can afford. Blacksmith shop in . At all druggists. paper, connection. Co., Ladies' Write to: Chattanooga Medldna The Bell telephone people are in C4C. Adyisory pept.. Chattanooga. Tenn., (or Siteial j a MERRUM Ct- A R CHM Instructions en your case and book. "Home our midst with a large force of men .LA ir ArvDWlNkJ SpriatfkU, M. Treatment (or Women." in slain wrapper. N.C. IS! doing some extensive repair work. Near stock Yard- Stanford l&O&lySimP! Dictionaries ar five-year-ter- ms I WEBSTES I . ar ar ) i ui at rp 64-pa- l v - The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky: Friday, July 7, 1916 Lancast er Page Seven .. $; -: CASTORIA fcn v v .m m VTieiH, id -- K (4 For Infants and Children. S&JiW LaotfW rdwii, ii ilii The Kind You Have ALCOHOL 3 PER Little Miss Mae Robinson, of Danville has been visiting Master Claud Rice Gaines. Mrs Alexander Kennedy, of Danville is spending a week with her daughter, Mrs. William Farnau. Miss Florence Johnson has returned from a visit to Mrs. R. M. New-lan- d Splendid Laxative For Elderly People HAS y at Stanford. BEEN PRESCRIBED BY WELL KNOWN PHYSICIAN FOR MANY YEARS. HtCQfc rrror. Bm!T wvi . rrnt Always Bought ting (lie SuNudis andBoweisof 1 Bears the Signature of at the home of Miss Lena Bright. ally manifest in a tendency to conMrs. Sallie Rayburn will return stipation, and call for treatment that this coming Sunday from a two week will afford relief in an easy, .natural visit to Madison county friends. ed with the unfortunate, having run a nail in her foot. Miss Mamie Storms Dunn has been on a visit to Stanford friends and attended the chautauqua in that city. Miss Mary Walker, of Paint Lick has been visiting Miss Minnie Robinson for several days. Mrs. George Bogard and litte son returned Tuesday to their home at Big Stone Gap, Va. Mrs. Florence Fitzgerald and little daughter, Dorothy, of Danville are on a visit at their former home. Master Gayle Doty is visiting his uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Doty in the Blue Grass Capital. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Haselden and Miss Jane Haselden made a motoring trip to Lexington Tuesday. Mr. John Duncan, Mis Jennie Duncan, and Mrs. W. S. Elkin, of Atlanta were in Stanford last Sunday afternoon at the bedside of Mrs, Charlotte Mrs. John Crithchfield is number- ington, were the guests last Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Jack Doty, of Lex- The infirmities of age are especi- R MRS. RACHEL ALLEN world of good'and that she intends to keep it in the house always. Druggists sell Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin for fifty cents a Jbottle. It is a splendid remedy and should be in every home. A trial bottle, free of charge can be obtained by writing Dr. W. B. Caldwell, 454 Washington St., Monticello, 111. ea KM Not Narcotic. jtlxScwa' jtsiuSttd ftfpasmt JiiCarte.riBkida ProRiafcs Di&sflonflcafHnessandRest.CcntaInsnciltier OpiunuMorphinc norMiacral EedptofOUIkSMIIFJnMR - I AW In ST0? fSp.H 3oor5 ft' ItsmSerd-CtariTicd Su&r Aperfect Remedy forConsRpa- - W AW. ini SmrrStamprh.IllarriWGL Use For Over "Worras.CoiTvulsions.FeA'erish: ness andLoss OFMEEP. racSin-Jlc 'signature of manner. The rapid action of cathartic remedies and purgatives that shock the system should be avoided, mojre especially as the relief they offer is only temporary and is usually more than offset by disturbance to the vital organs caused by thejr violent action. Nearly thirty years ago Dr. W. B. Caldwell, Monticello, 111., prescribed a compound of simple laxative) herbs that has since become the standard household remedy in thousands of homes. It acts easily and gently, yet with positive effect, without griping or other pain or 'discomfort. Mrs. , Rachel Allen, Galesburg, is seventy-on- e years old, and after using a bottle of Dr. Caldwell's feyrup Pepsin, wrote. that it had doneSher a Estate F or Sal e No. 136 Magnificent blue grass farm of 245 acres located in the heart of the ' Ka-js.- to w The Centaur Compatct, ji&W 3CUK1V. Thirty Years K?32a 'Guaranteed under the foooi Exact Copy of Wrapper. THE CENTAUR COMHAMT. MCW YORK CITY. WBfflSlKSm iwwm 4 HOTELS 4 World Famous LIGHT, AIRY Connecting Rooms, Capacity, 300 Guests, Brick $100,000 Building. Finest in South. New Hot and Cold Bath Departments. Boatjng. Fishing. Hunting. Fox Chasing. lake 18 feet deep. One and one-ha- lf miles of Dix river. 4-a- Crab Orchard Springs. Seven varieties of water Chalybeate, 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 RATES $2.00 PER DAY $10.00 $12.00 and $14.00 PER WEEK Children Under 12 Years and Nurses Half Price MUSIC DANCING Long Distance Phone and Telegraph. 4 daily mails. Express. Large Auto Garage. Livery in Connection. Good Turnpikes in all directions. Swimming Pool. Electric Lights and own ice plant. Croquet Tennis, Baseball, J. B. WILLIS, Secretary, CRAB ORCHARD, KY. tle daughters, Judith and Charlotte were over from Danville Sunday and were the guests of Miss Tommie Francis. Mrs. D. M. Halo, of the Falls City has been the visitor of Miss Elizabeth Bryant, of lower Garrard. Mrs. Morton Robinson, of Indiana and Danville is the guest of J. A. Royston and E. C. Mes-dames THE DIX RIVER DAM1' Mr. Lotlis B. Herrington who has Mrs. M. H. Mabry and Miss Jennie Washburn, Mrs. T. J. Prices's guests been at work on the Dix River dam 's left a few days since for Louisville. exploit for several years was at Master Harten Mabry is still a bright Mill last week where a camp little member of the Price household. has already been pitched and workMiss Martha Stevens, a competent jMq rock instructor in the D. & D. institution men are now busy drilling to locate the best ioc?iontfor the at Danville, will spend the summer giant structure A water gaua:e was at her old home. Henry Loyd, of Lexington placed in the river just aboive KenneProf. is again here looking after the farm- dy's Mill in 1910 and tlhe water flow ing interests of Mrs. J. M. Frazee. larly readings have been ta.kea reguand have been filed Jn governMisses Mary vans Strode and Sara ment reports. Engineers aftd auMargaret Bean, of Winchester are thorities on water power and electric the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Robert plants have been sent out from time Bean at the home of Mrs. C. D. Pow- to time and every investigation has ell. proved the plan more feasible. The Mrs. Issac Dunn and chidren, of exploit is now assured and the work near Lexington have been visiting of construction awaits only the exact Mrs. Dunn's parents, Mr. and Mrs. location of the most solid base for J. D. Gulley. the dam. The height of the dam will Mrs. Carrie Groves and little son, be something over two hundred feet Master Russell Groves, who have and water will be backed up as far been visiting Mrs. J. A. Amon, left as King's Mill. The plant when comfor a visit to Lexington before re- pleted will furnish power and light at a great reduction to all the Centurning to their home at Cay City. Mrs. Joe R. Mount has been visit- tral Kentucky towns and will faciliing Miss Bettie McDowell and other tate factory and mill work in that Herrington together relatives at her former home in La section. Mr. Harvey with Messrs. and Waller grange. Chenault and a number of other inMrs. Mattie P. Frisbie left last tomen, Saturday for a fortnight's visit to fluentialon this have been working for gether immense project Danville kinspeople and will attend several years, and the fact that such some of the sessions of the Danvijle men as these should make this large Chautauqua. undertaking a success. Richmond Mrs. J. Rockwell Smith and lit- Climax. Warren. JCen-nedy- 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 Stanford, Ky. AUTO BUS LINE C. H. MOSER Phone 237 CHAS. HART DENTIST A modern equipped office. Somno-form anesthesia and orthodontia a specialty. Phone 33, Hustonville, Ky. T. W PENNINGTON, DENTIST Myers House Flats Stanford, Ky. 240; Res. 165 Phone: Office 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 outbuildings. Splendid water, two large pools, several never failing springs, wells and cisterns. This is an ideal stock farm. Located 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 on it. It would make bumper croDS in hemp, tobacco etc. 1-1-1-- I J. B. PERKINS Rooms 28-29, No. 1 38 one-ha- lf 180 acre farm one and DENTIST Lincoln Bank Building STANFORD. KY. Phone 214 W. W. BURGIN tv DENTIST mm km WW Wmmw cently a resident of the Lancaster vicintiy and an efficient Garrard school teacher, was married Wednesday at high noon, at the home of her mother, Mrs. Mary Dickerson in Richmond, to Dr. Russell Prewitt, of Elk-to- Gaines. Miss Jennie Dickerson, until re- Mondays, Tuesdays and Wednesdays at Crab Orchard OF BOURBON POULTRY Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays at Stanford Office in Lincoln Bank Buiding CURE and saves' the chick's life. A few drops in the drinking water cures ari down the throat of a gaping chicken, destroys the worms n, Hot Weather Is Here Is your and done. Bath-roo- m They will save in insurance on your house, for they can't burn. And in addition they are permanent, weatherproof, fine in appearance and inexpensive. For Sale By 2 Ky. Miss Minnie Gulley, Miss Minerva Cox, Mrs. Rozell Dunn, Mrs. Carrie Davidson, Mrs. Maggie Sutton, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Dickerson and Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Soper, of this city and in order. See PREVENTS DISEASE BOURBON POULTRY WILL STONE, Stanford, Ky. Hail Insurance Tobacco and Hemp, All, Growing Crops. TALK WITH : vicinity attended the wedding. Mrs. W. A. Dickerson and daugh' tef, Miss Katie Barnes Dickerson have returned from a visit to tr.e former's sisiter, Mrs. Christopher, at Somerset. Mrs. Jack Casey, of Danville has been visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Wilkerson, on Water street. Mrs. Woodson Burnside and sister, Miss Alice Rigney and Miss Charlotte Pollit returned Monday from a pleasant trip to the Mamoth Cave. Mr. and Mrs. Parker Gregory and the little Misses Gregory will make a motoring trip Sunday to relatives in Madison county. Mrs. Lamonte Hankla, of Danville is the guest of Mrs. William Fox Logan at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Mason. Prof. T. H. Hopkins, of Georgetown recently chosen Superintendent of the Lancaster schools is here for a short sojourn, as he goes soon to Chicago for a summer course. Mrs. Ray Orrell and three children are making a week's visit to Misses Willie and Mary Campbell, in Frank- For the treatment of White Diarrhoea in chicks and Blackhead and other diseases in turkeys CURE HAS NO EQUAL W. K. WARNER get your sanitary plumbing Phone 188, Stanford, Ky. One 30c bottle makes 12 gallons of medicine. Dealer In using Bourbon Poultry Cure for the Fine Monumental Work past seven years and never lose a Stanford, Ky. chicken with disease, and I attribute j Cemetery Hill, my success to the use of this won- Phone 164 Closed on Saturday derful remedv. Have cured several bad cases of roup and other infec-- 1 tious disease with it, therefore I Livery and Auto Service speak from experience when I say it cures. I heartily recommend it to my poultry raising friends in this and Drummers' Wagons, Carriages and Buggies; Open Day and Night. adjoining counties, as thfi greatest Autos by trip or the mile. Give us a remedy I have ever used for the cure Trial, We Will Please You. and prevention of poultry diseases." H. H. Carter, Manager. Phone 5. Jno. O. Reid, Stanford, Ky. CARTER & CARTER, Stanford, Ky. am ,arlarge breeder of fancy poultry and show birds. I have been "I HARRY JACOBS miles from Lebanon, Kentucky. Has large three story 12 room residence, halls, hath, toilet etc. Hardwood finish and has two brick walls thru the building. House wired for gas Three large good or electricity. 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 nine 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 cay 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 bene'f it for a song. 25 acres. Two story six room dwelling built within the last two years. No. 139 JESSE D. WEAREN, THE INSURANCE MAN, 1 Sold in Stanford by The John M. Casey, D. V. M. Lincoln Pharmacy TO THE PUBLIC made-to-ord- Veterinary Surgeon Cincinnati Veterinary College Grad. (Rec. by U. S. Gov.) Office. Stanford, Kentucky. fort. was the happy little host Thursday Master John McRoberts Mount SEE: afternoon, of a party of baby juveniles, dainty invitations having been issued for the affar, his winsome little cousin, Miss Marjorie Spindle, of Norfolk, Va., being the attractive honoree. Should Sloan's Liniment Go Along? Of course it should! For after a strenuous day when your 'muscles have been exercised to the limit an application of Sloan's Liniment will E. T. PENCE Kentucky clothing house in this country Ed V. Price & Co., Chicago 111. My experience In measuring and Auto Bus Between 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) worth of your money, either in the at 10:00 a. m. and 4.00 p. m. cheapest grades or the higher priced. Leaves Danville (Hotel Annex) at 9;00 a. m. and 1:30 p. m. My SPRING and SUMMER line of samples is now ready for your in- Bundles and Packages Carried at spection. Call and let me show you. Low Charges H. C. RUPLEY. The Practical Tailor. O. L. MINKS, Proprietor er 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. No. 140 45 acres. Seven dwelling, barns etc. room cottage Good well at For McCormack Binders, Mowers, Rakes and Repairs. See the latest style Mowing Machines , Before you buy. take the soreness and stiffness away and get you in fine shape for the morrow. You should also use it for a sudden attack of toothache , stiff neck, backache, stings, bites, and the many accidents that are incidental to a vacation. ''We would as soon leave our baggage as go on a vacat:oi or camp out without Sloan's Liniment." Writes &ne vacationist: "We use it Undertaker Embalmer for everything from cramps to toothache." Put a bottle in your bag, be Office Phone 167 Home Phone 35 prepared and have no regrets. STANFORD, KY. J. C. M'CIary J. L. Beazley & Co house, never failing springs etc. All This in cultivation and pasture. place located on the Main street of good town. Price $4500.00. Terms right. i Hughes & McCarty REAL ESTATE STANFORD, KENTUCKY t Undertaker -- - Embalmer s Phone 42, Stanford, Ky. ... :f. -' ? t Ml The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky: Friday, July 7, 1916 FOUR YOUNG PEOPLE DROWN Horrible Accident in River Near Frankfort Tuesday Night. The THE 1916 MAXWELL HAS ESTABLISHED A PERFORMANCE AND ECONOMY O O Premium List Of The K. of P. FAIR AT STANFORD, KY., AUG. 23, 24, 25, 1916, Will Soon Be Ready For Distribution and You Are Urged to Write For a Copy. The Premiums Are More Liberal This Year Than Ever Before. S. t. HARRIS, Pres. Probably the largest single cattle deal ever consummated in Bourbon county, was closed Friday when Thos. Henry Clay, Sr., and Thos. Henry Clay, Jr., sold their fat cattle comprising 395 head, to Mr. Jonas Weil, at a private price. It is said that between $43,000 and $45,000 is involved in the deal. The Clay cattle are in excellent condition for export, averaging around 1,400 pounds each. The delivery of the stock will be made between July 15 and August 15. Henry Caywood of Bourbon, bought 25 head of fat cattle, averaging from 1,200 to 1,400 pounds, from Robert Meter, of near Paris, at 8 2 and 9 cents per pound. One of the choicest bunches of cattle sold recently was the 35 head by George K. Pepper, of near Paris, to Henry Caywood, for $9.75 a hundred pounds. These cattle will average 1,500 pounds and are in prime condition. All of Mr. Caywood's purchases were made for Swift & Co., the big packers. V. A. Lear of Lancaster, is one of the most extensive shippers of live stock in this entire section, having exported during the past week 5 carloads of hogs to Hubbard, Haus, and Ragsdale, at Cincinnati, the porkers averaging 200 pounds and costing on an average of $8.50 per hundred. Mr. Lear also shipped out this week, a load of hogs on Tuesday, two loads of swine Wednesday, 90 head to the car, the animals averaging 210 pounds, and costing an average of 8 cents per pound, a car load on 4 Thursday, another car load on Friday, and still another consignment for Saturday. All these porkers were shipped to the same Cincinnati firm. Mr. Lear is also dealing extensively in lambs, a representative consignment having been sent out decker of on Tuesday, a double lambs, 250 head, that averaged 80 pounds and cost $8.25 per hundred, the mutton producers going to Jer1-1-- E. C. Walton, Secretary. Farm and Stock News The hustling real estate firm of & Reynolds, of the section sold to Jim Yuntz, tract of Letcher county the of land known as the Cam Oaks place for $160. This place is located on the Crab Orchard fork of Buck Creek. Jones Anderson and Burch Hester, of the East End, have engaged to Center Bros., of Garrard, for delivery the last ten days in September, two bunches of .hogs, which they sold at $8.50 a hundred. Mr. Hester has 33 on feed and Mr. Anderson 10. They figure to have the porkers averaging 15C pounds when delivered. delivered to V. A. Lear had him at Lancaster for shipment last week a bunch of hogs from the Amon farm on the Lexington road, to the north of Lancaster. The drove was consisting of 64 a record-breake- r, head that tipped the beam at an average of 10 pounds. The porkers were the property of Dr. J. A. Aman of Lancaster, and N. T. Crow, who is living on the Amon farm. The hogs were sold at 8.25 per hundred, or for a total of $1,184. Thompson Way-nesbu- rg 11-ac- re Frances Champ, daughter of Swift Champ, editor of the Bourbon News, Paris; Ann Embry, of Paris, and Carroll Dale and Eugene Buchignani, of Lexington, were drowned in the Kentucky River three miles above Frankfort, shortly before midnight Tuesday night, by the capsizing of a small yacht in which they were riding by the barge, Helen M., on which a dancing party was being held. The young persons had arrived too late to join a barge party, which left Frankfort at 8 o'clock, and went up the river to meet It, with Ann Mol-lo- y and Bradley Railey, of Lexington; Sam Reeves, Robert Hollings-wort- h and Cardwell Chinn, of Frankon Hollingsworth's yacht. fort, They ran alongside and were try ing to board the barge when the yacht capsized and all were thrown overboard. All were rescued, excepting the two girls and two boys, whose bodies were recovered Wednesday. Miss Embry was the daugh ter of Mrs. Annie Embry, of Paris. The Junior Barge Club of young society people gave their weekly dance on the river Tuesday night. The big barge was crowded with merry makers when the accident happened, and few were aware of it until seV' eral young men plunged over the rail and those who were ready to help the girls aboard shouted for assist ance. The four who were drowned went under the barge and never reappeared. Hollingsworth said he heard one girl cry, "I'm gone." He started toward the voice, but found no one. A half dozen young men dived to the rescue from the barge, and some of them had narrow escapes. Holton Keller, of Frankfort, was drawn under the little towboat pushing the barge and was stunned by a blow from a paddle. Bradley Railey also was struck by a paddle, but managed to keep afloat until he was rescued. The others, who were rescued, were clinging to the capsized yacht. Jay King in his launch arrived on the scene within a few minutes and searched for many yards around while the searchlight of the Helen M. played over the waters, but not one of the missing young people was seen. The barge remained at the spot for over an hour, and when it returned to Frankfort at one o'clock a party was left to watch for the bodies, hope of their rescue alive having been given up All the victims of the accident are 19 to 22 years old and well known socially in Central Kentucky. Their bodies were recovered next morning and taken to their homes for burial. o o S3 a M AX WELL-T- he Standardized Car CO No Changes Necessasy for 1917 CD a o 2 O S3 Price Reduced $60 on 5 Passenger Touring World's Record Endurance Car Now $595 f. o. b. Detroit No Extras to Buy. 0 O S w Q W. o a a S Time Payments to Responsible People. Prompt Delivery. Call H. C. CARPENTER, Stanford, Ky. W At Lincoln County National Bank. a I , O a r jo rnvA aiiaowojLfiv xsaxvano am, si ripening. and family relatives near spent Tuesday with Mr. Jarret Johnson xi aoina msn shx jlv aa CENT -A- -WORD ADS ChestnutRidge. Mr. and .Mrs. A. W. Jones have re turned from McCreary County, where they were called by the ill Sam and mother. ness of their-so- n, Misses Vesta Sims. Grace and Bes sie Sanders spent Sunday last with Misses Selma and Zena Eubanks. Mr. J. C. Hundly was at Somerset last week takings treatment from Dr. James Anderson. Miss Nellie Sanders and brother, Erwin, of O. K., spent last week with their sister, Mrs. Calvin Greer. Mrs. A. B. Wylie- and children, returned from Science Hill Sunday accompanied by Mrs. Wylie's ne - (Ads here are I cent a word each issue, cash with order: no ad. less than 25c each issue.) I Druggets, Wall Paper, Lace Curtains. IF You want glasses fitted to Window Shades, Trunks, Suit Cases. ROOMS Front rooms for rent. 53 tf eyes call at Miss Annie Phillips' store Pictures and Mouldings. W. A. TriaApply at this office. on East Main street. All work is ble, Stanford 42tf guaranteed. 53 It. WE are still giving wonderful barJULY 1st is the time for settlegains in our y sale. Robinson's WANTED. Horses to break; to ment of bills. My friends and custo drive and ride. Satisfaction on all. mers are requested to please settle see me. Thos. Hackley, TALK to W. H. fliggins, about Write me or D. 1. 50-- 3 Stanford, R their accounts as soon as possible, 52-tbale ties. f I will be greatly appreciated. Rugs, 15-da- NOTICE Your school tax is due. HOUND A young black hound L. R. Hughes, Treasurer. 53 It eft June 18. Information concerning the dog left at this office will be paid for. 52-- 2 FOR SALE Ford touring car, 1915 model. In good condition. For information call at this office. 50-2- t. FURNITURE:, Ivlattlngs, which Parlor Grove Next Sunday will be the regular preaching day. Protracted meeting will commence Saturday night and last until Quarterly meeting which will be held the third Sunday in this month. Several of the farmers have their wheat threshed. Corn is about laid by, wheat and oats ready to cut. Fruit is plentiful, with blackberries phew. Miss Lurline Saunders of Rich-- . mond, Ky., is visiting her brother Jasper Saunders and family. Mr. Edward Webo, of Richwood, W. Va., is visiting his parents. Mr. James Roberts, ot Newcastle, Ind., came Sunday for a visit with his parents. Miss Vesta Sims entertained several of her friends Saturday evening, sing and games enlivening the eve ning. Miss Maisie Braswell has returned to her home after spending several weeks with her uncle, Mr. Fred Hor- ton and family, of Danville. Mr. Robert Bell and family and Mrs. Crawford Bell and baby, of Cynthiana, motored down and spent the week with their father, Mr. W. C. Bell and wife. Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Saunders spent Sunday last with Mr and Mrs. M. H. Baker. Mr. Calvin Greer was a business visitor in Pike county last week. Mrs. Alva Morgan and baby spent 52 2t. HONEY Extracted white clover Miss Ella May Saunders. FOR RENT. 16 acres for buck- honey for sale at 10 cents a pound. phone y J. Ware, wheat; will furnish seed. J. T. Liv- Write or R. F. D. 7No. 1. M. 51 it. WANTED to buy at the highest Stanford ' cash price, rags, metals, etc. ingston, Danville pike, Stanford. 53- Will pay freight on all shipments amount- SADDLERS, MULES AND COWS ing to 100 lbs., or more of the above LinALL' parties indebted to the WANTED. (mentioned. Write for shipping cards, One walking stallion, three to coln Pharmacy are requested to C. L. Walker & Co., 1911 Lytle 53-- 1 five years old; one walking stallion, etc. please settle at once. ol-- l street, Louisville, Ky. !two years old; three walking mares , . j or geldings, three to six years old, LOST. Lady's blue coat, tan colNOTICE All persons having any 15 4 to 15 4 hands high; three lar and cuffs, between Stanford and claims against the estate of A. A. mules, four to seven years Yocum, deceased, are hereby notified Gibert's Creek. Notify M. C. New-lan- walking to 15 hands high; five grade to present them for payment, properold, 14 53-- 1 Stanford. shorthorn cows, big milkers, three to ly proven by law, to my attorney, K. five years od. All must be perfectly S. Alcorn, of Stanford, Ky., and all LOST. Gold pin in shape of pan- sound. Give full description and persons owing tTiat estate will to my said attorsy with small diamond in center. Re- lowest cash price in first letter. J. promptly pay same 1916. Lillie Yoney. This July 3, ward for return to Miss Margaret F. Cook, phone 47. 53 3t 52 3t. cum. 53-l- p Hopper. I ; 1-- 3-- d, 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 Always at Your Service for Printing Needs! Is there something you need in the following list? Birth Announcements Yeddlarf Stationery Envelope Inclosarea Sale Dills Hand Bills Price Lists Admission Tickets Window Cards Time Cards Letter Heads Note Heads Envelopes BUI Heads Leaflets Calllnd Cards Statements Milk Tickets Meal Tickets Shipping Tatfs Announcements FOR SALE or Trade Halliday touring car, excellent condition. Address E. J. Howenstine, 53-l- p Stanford, Ky. Highest WHEAT WANTED. market price paid for good milling wheat. Hustonville Roller Mills, C. 53-- 2 M. Wilder, Prop., Phone 39 BigSaleStillOn Only A Few More Days Left The goods are going rapidly at the prices we are selling them. 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, : KY. averaging 68 pounds at 8 cents a pound. ' sale of At the 12th imported Jersey cattle at Burr Oak Jersey Farm, on the W. R. Spann farm west of Shelbyville last week, 29 head including calves and heifers, were sold for $33,625, an average of $340. F. J. Bannister, of Kansas City, paid $1,275, the top price of the sale, for Golden Fern's Silver cow by Golden Thread, a Noble, dam Silver Fancy. The Fern's next best price was $1000, which was paid by the Island Home Farm, of Knoxville, Tenn., for Golden Fern's cow by GolAlabama, a den Fern's Noble, dam Favorite's Queen. The highest price bull was Peerless Jolly Fern, by Golden Fern's Noble, dam Coronation Maid, which was sold to J. B. Jones, of Marion Junction, Ala., for $610. -- sey City. Some of Mr. Lear's representative deals with Garrard farmers are as follows: From James I. Hamilton 94 head of hogs, averaging 200 pounds, at 8 2 cents per pound; from Robinson Bros., 74 head of swine averaging 235 pounds, at $8.25 a hundred; from Swope Bros., 80 lambs, averaging 75 pounds, at 8 cents per pound; from J. K. Sutton 43 young wool bearers, weight 78 pounds per animal, at 7 2 cents a pound; from' J. B. Bourne 48 lambs, 1-1-- Business Cards DETECTIVES WANTED. nnlovcinna1 noronpv will frm- Saturday night and Sunday with her sider applications for membership J parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. D. Walls, from certain localities in Kentucky. of Pleasant Point. " AW4V M4.I.V... V I......... u, www-- Mr. and Mrs. Talmadge and son, Names and Addresss of Farmers, etc. Frank, and family, of Dayton, O., Collect debts and furnish commercial motored down Saturday and visited reports to business concerns. We over the Fourth with J. C. Hundley pay salary and fees. For full par ticulars write and family. Va., and Tenn., Detective Agency? Incorporated WHEN YOU COME TO DANVILLE Bldg. Bristol, Tenn.-V- a. Mahoney 53-2Hitch With HPlrk w FOR COURT DAY We are going to give some exceptionally good Look at these: Ladies' Night Gowns, worth 75c hL J and $1, now going at House Dresses, worth $1.25 and QC $1.50, now selling at Bargains. ciQ. M. J. FARRIS, Jr. NEW LIVERY Briefs semi-annu- al ! j Blotters Invitations Folders Checks Blanks Notices Labels Notes Coupons Pamphlets Catalogues Circulars Careful Attention to Hitch, Feed and Board Horses. 4th Street Phone 32 Thurmond's Old Stand The Posters Advertised Article faith else he will not advertise it. You are safe in f OJ LLi. Men's Work Shirts, worth 50c, at QQ f 39c or FOUR of'them for iO Lib. Men's Suits Big Bargains in I Z.4N these $10 ones going for $5 $20 and $25 Suits for 500 Pairs of Shoes for Summer wear. $3 and $4 Oxfords now $2.48. Work Shoes, 250 pair, worth $2, now $1.48. Hats, Straw, Panama and Felt, at greatly Reduced Prices. DANVILLE, KENTUCKY Legal Blanks I Menu Cards Placards Dodders Post Cards Programs Receipts AUCTIONEERING I can j get you nighest prices for your is Prompt, careful and efficient attention given to every detail land, stock, crops or household goods. JOHN B. DINWIDDIE, Moreland. Sales Cried Anywhere one in which the merchant himself has implicit m s J TREES Don't Send Your Order Out of Town Until Yon See What We Can Do Shade and Fruit Trees, Strawberry Plants, Grape Vines, Shrubs, Aspar-gu- s, Rhubarb, Hedging, etc. Everything for Orchard, Lawn and Garden. Free Catalogs No Agents, H. F. Hillenmeyer & Sons, Lexington, Ky. I chants whose ads appear in this paper because their goods are up to date and not shop worn. : : : .. natronizinff the mer i The Bargain Store, SALEM & SALEM. s