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See Date on Your Label , Established 1860.57th Year.-- No. CHAUTAUQUA AT HUSTONVILLE The 54 TWO WILLS FILED MONDAY er Last Testaments of Mrs. Kirby and Stanford Young Business Man Weds Soft Drink Stand Robbed of $17 OtherlWest End News. Attractive Perryville Girl. Miss Helm Go To Probate. ,L ROBINSON RUPLEY 4 J QURMX 11, 1916 have been sojourners during the past week at Crab Orchard Springs. Miss Tommie Francis has been making a visit to her sister, Mrs. George Ballew and other relatives in Madison county. Mr. Herndon Young and family, of Panama, are visitors of Mrs. J. Roe Young, and Mr. and Mrs. Wm. G. Anderson. Mrs. R. J. Sellman, of Nicholas-vill- e, is the guest of Miss Minnie Brown at the home of Mrs. Thomas Austin. Rev. J. W. Beagle, former pastor of the Lancaster Baptist church, was a visitor to Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Holtz claw, en route to his home in Georgetown, after holding a revival at Highland, Lincoln county. Mr. and Mrs. William Bogle, who are here from the Crescent City, spent several days at the former's boyhood home in Hustonville. Miss Edna Lindsey Gulley, who has been in the Teachers' Training School at Indianapolis, from which school she was graduated in May, will shortly arive to spend the summer with Lancaster relatives. In September she will go to Winnipeg, Manitoba, to teach. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Acey, of Stanford, were here for the funeral of the latter's father, the late Mr. Wm. Hughes. Mr. and Mrs. William G. Anderson presided at a handsome dinner at their home in the west suburb, the honorees being Mr. and Mrs. Herndon Young, of Panama. Mr. William Arnold and family, of Richmond, motored to this city and were visitors of Mrs. Lula Johnson. Mr. J. B. Bourne has sold a part of his farm, about thirty acres located on what is known as the Sugar Creek road in the McCreary section of the county, to Ambrose Collier; the consideration was not obtained. Miss Helen Gill, one of the organizers of the children's band of temperance workers, the membership generally known as the Loyal Legion, gave a picnic for the enjoyment of these young people. Miss Martha, MRS. ACEY'S FATHER DEAD Wm. Hughes Passes Away This Label Is Either a Re-- ; ceipt or a Bill. What Does It Say to You?. Stanford, Lincoln County, Kentucky, Tuesday, July BURGLARY AT HUSTONVILLE , Tuesdays and Fridays at Lancas r ter Other Garrard News CHILD HAS CLOSE CALL UNDER AUTO by-And- The wedding of Robert Lee Rupley Hustonville, Ky., July 11. Lancaster, Ky., July 11. With the exception of the wills of Little E. T. Pence, III, Run Over Delightful Entertainment Arranged one of Stanford's most prominent Mr. William Hughes died at his A burglar! whose identity is beMrs. Mattie VanDeveer Kirby and Gooch, But Is Unhurt-Fat- ality for August 11, 12, 13 and Miss Kate Helm being probated young business men and Miss Sara lieved to be .known, effected an en- home in this city at an early hour in Lexington. Program Is Attractive, there was very little done in county Taylor Robinson, of Perryville, was trance into tfh'e pool room in the Monday after an illness of several solemnized at 10 o'clock this morn- Weatherford Hotel last Friday night, weeks due to hardening of the artercourt Monday. have been made for E. T. Pence, III, the Arrangements Mrs. Kirby's will bears date of ing in the parlors of the Phoenix then climbedfover the transom into ies. He was 76 years old, and leaves series of enter- June 20, 1916, and is witnessed by Hotel at Lexington. The ceremony Green Frye's? soft drink stand and a wife, a daughter, Mrs. J. W. Acey, son of Adam Pence, had a narrow esa most delightful people of all the Dr. J. F. Peyton and Miss Blanche was said by Rev. Swindler, a Baptist robbed the cash drawer of $17. of Stanford, and two sons, Messrs. cape from being crushed to death by tainments for the parts an automobile, when the little fellow West End of the county and the conti-gio- VanDeveer. She requests that all minister, in the presence of only the Checks and dther papers in the till Ed and Ben Hughes of this city, and was struck and run over by Andy debts and her funeral expenses be two immediate families and imme- were not molested. The burglar is three sisters, Mrs. Katherine Aldridge of Casey, Boyle and Marion Gooch's new Ford car late Monday thereto in the Chautauqua paid. That her interest in the Van-Dev- diately afterward, the happy young believed to have secured a key to the of Lancaster; Mrs. R. Burnside and place of 45 acres be held in couple took a train for the East on poolroom. It is asid to be probable Mrs. James Cobert, of Danville, and afternoon. The child had gotten out will be given at Hustonville which of sight of Mrs. Pence in some way trust for Mrs. Sallie Varnon, her their wedding tour. They will visit than an arrest will be quickly made two brothers, Mr. Abner Hughes, of August 11, 12, 13 and 14. Philadelphia, unless the money is returned. Chautauqua has sister, and that K. S. Alcorn act as New York, Boston, county and Mr. Lysander Hughes and ran out into the road in front the The Radcliffe entertainment trustee. That in the event of the points in Rhode Island and elsewhere of Danville. The deceased was a fine of their home on the Somerset pike. been engaged for the Christian Sunday School Picnic. old gentleman, a member of the BapMr. Gooch came by in his car soon and a most attractive program has death of Mrs. Varnon, the trust as in the East before returning to StanOne of the enjoyable affairs of afterward, and the child started tist church and will be mourned by been arranged. All who have seen to said property continue for the ford to make their home. the season was a picnic given by The is the daughter of Mr. many friends. He will be buried in across the pike in front of the car. program pronounce it a delight- benefit of her niece, Mis,s Martha L. the Class No. 7, of. the Christian Sunday Mr. Gooch slowed up, but instead of in every way, and one which Varnon, until she becomes 30 years and Mr,s. James H. Robinson, of school on July' the Fourth, the class the Lancaster cemetery Wednesday ful one continuing across the road, the litdifferent classes of peo- of age and then it is to be given to Perryville, and a member of one of going to the Danville Water Works morning after services at 9 o'clock. will please simple. If Mrs. Varnon the most prominent families of Boyle and Club House and taking lunch. tle fellow hesitated when in front her in fee ple. Mit. Carlton Elkin, Miss Annie leading business is alive when Miss Varnon reaches county. She is said to be very at- Those present were as follows: of the car and turning started back A number of the Margaret Elkin, Miss Katherine War-rine- r, the way it had came. It did this so men and progressive citizens of the the age of 30, the latter will then tractive and accomplished, and will Miss Nancy Walker, and Miss Fred Jeffers, Joe Will Rout, quick that Mr. Gooch was unable to If Mr. Alcorn be given a most cordial welcome James Stephenson, Edd Nunnelley, Edna Kavanaugli, accompanied by "Wert Endiave organized to secure take the property. avoid striking it. The little boy was attraction for the good of their should decline to serve as trustee, when she comes to Stanford to make Misses Fannie iNorth, Mary North, Messrs. W. B. Burton and Jacob Y. this knocked down, but very luckily the community and they are deserv- Mrs. Kirby asks that the Lincoln her home. The groom is one of the Sue North, Annie North, May North, Robinson, composed a party of viscity's best known and most popular Elizabeth Peavyhouse, highest commendation. A Trust Co., do so. car passed completely over it, withing of the Minnie Hou-chi- itors to Crab Orchard Springs' last n out, a wheel touching it. Outside of He has for To her uncle, Mr. M. O. VanDe- - young business men. an educational Chautauqua is Mamie Cfossfield, of Lawrence-bur- Saturday, Mr. Robinson serving as entertainment, veer, Mrs. Kirby left a set of walnut j many years been manager for the a few minor bruises, the little felas well as an Blanche" Barnette, Ella Bar-nett-e, the genial host. of pleasant furniture, to Miss M. A. Thomas, of Robinson store here, and few young low was uninjured. His escape was and it affords a period Bess Riffe, Helen Hocker, Misses Edna Kavanaugh and NanGooch Mr. almost miraculous. diversion and attractive instruction Louisville, a very dear friend, some men are more experienced or com- Pearl Fields, Grace Fields, Eddie T. cy Walker, are making a recuperastopped his car as quickly as possientertainment to everyone, as jewelry and $50, to her cousin, Mrs. petent in his chosen work. He is Carpenter, Messrs. Edd Nunnelley, tive sojourn and at Crab Orchard ble, and ran back and was delighted will be so readily attested by all who W. K. Shugars, a cameo pin, to Mrs. the youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. H. King Carpenter, Roger Hicks, John Springs. Chau-isuqJulia Hughes, as a token of friend- C. Rupley, a hustler and popular Hicks. James fStenhenson. Marion Stanford's splendid to find the baby unhurt. He was in attended Mrs. Mary Lusk Freeman and Mr. ship, a silver water set; to her with all who know him. He is being Fields, W. C.IGathron, Dr. weeks ago. no way to blame for the aeeideat a few Charles at Hustonville niece, Miss Martha Varnon, some warmly congratulated by his host of Hart and Mr. JGrant North. After , Freeman, of Baltimore, and Mrs. and certainly was relieved t find it The Chautauqua AHce Lusk of Hustonville, have been not serious. will be held in the large yard of the jewelry and to Thomas W. Varnon, friends upon winning so bonnie a recent visitors here at the home of graded and high school. Adult sea- her nephew, and Miss Alice M. Jones bride. works and surroundings and soon Mr. and Mrs. Rupley, his parents, spread lunch which was erreatlv en Mrs. H. C. Kauffman. son tickets will be sold at 1.50 and some tokens of love are devised. The GIOVANNOLI'S AUTO Misses Mary and Jane Doty and those for children under 12 years at request is made that a small granite and his sisters, Misses Minnie and joyed by all. Softer lunch the boys KILLS AGED PRINTER 1. The program for the three marker be placed at her grave in Stella Rupley motored over to Lex- went in bathingjahd girls and women Misses Martha and Helen Gill gave a automobile A most unfortunate days is as follows, that for August Buffalo Cemetery. Mr. Alcorn had ington for the wedding, as did the enjoyed the delights of a wading picnic at Floyd's Mill, among those accident, in which Harry GiovannoK, 13th being a union meeting of all not qualified as trustee nor has Mr. parents of the bride, and her aunt, party and picture taking, but soon included on the invitation list being editor of the Lexington Leader, and the churches at Hustonville, and the VanDeveer as executor, but they will Mrs. John W. Hughes and Judge all went up tbthe boat .house and the Presbyterian minister and wife, formerly of Danville, caused the Hughes. third day's regular Chautauqua pro- probably do so later. and there spenta pleasant hour in Rev. H. S. Hudson and Mrs. Hudson, death of John Caldwell, an aged Miss Helm's will bears date of gram b.eing given on the following rowing and talking. The decorations and their visitors, Mrs. Thompson printer, occurred in Lexington SunAug. 16, 1915. She requests that MARRY AT YOUTHFUL AGE. Monday : on the truck andlcars were flags of and Miss Thompson, of Ir.dianapolis; day morning. The coroner's jury her debts and funeral exnenses he Miss Calcy Sanders, just 15, and every descriptiqn,and every one car- Mrs. G. C. Farris and little sons, of First Day Agricultural Day completely exonerated Mr. Giovan-nol- i. paid and leaves all of her property, Brack Crouch, two years her senior, ried a small flagr and made merry Denver, Colorado; Mrs. Ada Kinnaird Morning. Five witnesses testified at the Appropriate Addresses arranged personal, real and mixed to her niece were married at the home of the with patriotic sonfpf-- ; One and all and Mrs. Louis Herndon, of Atlanta, Coroner's inquest, all stating that Mrs. William Fox Logan and little Miss Susan R. Helm, daughter of bride in this county on the 8th. The returned, declarinjgjitJ0 by the local committee. be the Caldwell had crossed the path of the sons, of Wilkes-Barr- e, Pa.; Mrs. Squire J. K. Helm, Sr. On March bride is a daughter of Manley San- greatest success and Night. Afternoon inay;Pogsible. .Richard Ruckner Spindle 'andMittle- 'Kayana'ughV pJmgilMsGl'sassisP' 10, 1916, Miss Helm added a codicil ders. Gus-,taPicnic and cSwsKngartjC changed his mind, and, The Mysterious Mflburns. On last Friday evening Mrs. Will daughter, of Norfolk, Va., and Mrs. ant in "the training of these juveniles. turning back to recross the street, magician in which she divides her 'property Milburn is a clever equally between her brother, Squire BAPTISTS AT BRODHEAD. Neal, of Moreland delightfully en- F. B. Marksbury, of this city. putting himself directly in front of and his charming wife is his capable Helm, and her niece. She asks that There was no morning service at A DELIGHTFUL AFFAIR. the machine when it was too late The Executive Board of the Rock- tertained at a skating party and picassistant. An attractive couple who church Sunday, Miss Belle Denny and Mrs. T. W. for the car to be stopped, rendering delight the children and entertain J. K. Helm, Jr., serve as trustee or castle Missionary Baptist Associa- nic supper in honor of her guest, the Presbyterian agent to S. Hudson filling his their parents. Dexterity, mystery, Mr. Helm administer the child's part. tion will hold a meeting with Brod-hea- d Miss Frances Mitchel, of Lexington, Rev. H. engagement by preaching2nd Pennington enterjlained on Friday the accident wholly unavoidable. AI-v- is declined to serve and Sunday at afternoon with a beautiful afternoon S. Bennett, of Louisville, secreBaptist church, July 29th. The by taking several couples to Elixir and humor make up their fascinating Squire Helm was appointed adminis- meeting will be called to order by Springs and skating after which a Harmony, in North Garrard. reception at the home of the latter tary of the Republican State Comprogram. Mr. Samuel G. Haselden's new res- on Danville avenue. The house was mittee, was in the car with Mr. Ellsworth Plumstead. The inimi- trator, with will annexed. The wit- Chairman J. W. Hilton and Rev. L. D. lunch and ices were served. Those mission of nesses to this document are Mrs. Gooch will conduct devotional exer- present were: Misses Clara Nunnel- idence will near completion about beautifully decorated, the hall rooms at the time of the accident, table impersonator, in his Minnie Robinson and Dr. Edward Al- cises. After the business of the ley, Bob Tucker, Mattie Chestnut, the middle of the month when he and porches being thrown together the two being en route to Danville mirth. Changing at will from the meeting has been transacted, the of Mt. Vernon, Margaret Rowe Pow- and his family will take possession and all bright with a profusion of to spend Sunday. awkward age of "my sister's feller's corn. subject, "What Constitutes Scriptur- ell, Ruth Fields, Mary Back, Ruby of same. His former home on Rich- lovely garden flowers. In bowls and best girl's brother" to the aged Ezra al Baptism," will be discussed by Spears, Edith Barnette, Margaret mond avenue will be occupied by baskets on the mantels, in windows, WRIGHT'S NARROW ESCAPE. D. A. R. ENTERTAINED singing bass. His laugh is catching daughters for the on tables and about everywhere Miss Esther Burch, Regent of the Rev. E. B. Thornton, and "Why Do Neal, Messrs. Horace Riffe, Vernon Captain Elkin and and back of his fun is many a lesson The automobile of Joe E. Wright, remainder of the year. Baptists Teach Final Preservation of Childress, Ludwell Evans, Jesse were holly hocks, gladiolas, red and who lives in Lincoln, south of ShelLogan-Whitle- y chapter of the D. A. for good. Littlejohn's Carnival shows ar- yellow dahlias, daisies, hydrangia, R., entertained the chapter members the Saints," by Rev. Fred M. Jones. Riffe, Archie Rigney, Alfred Tucby City, jumped off a culvert on the Second Day Educational Day rived here from Stanford Sunday af nasturtiums, sweet peas and phlox, The meeting will be called to order ker. in most attractive styb at The PrinMorning. City pike, ternoon, and their tents are now with pretty ferns and asparagus Parksville and Junction p. m. Rev. Thornton is ex Mr. and Mrs. Riffe Entertain. Appropriate Addresses arranged cess on July 4th. The table was at 1:30 near the Lover's Lane. The maOn Thursday evening, July 4th, pitched in East Lancaster just out- plumosa in the back ground. Receivbeautifully decorated for the occa- pected to preach a sermon beginning turned upside down. Mr. bv the local committee. draw- ing with the hostess were Mrs. H. P. chine sion in patriotic colors and flags. at 7.45 p. m. On Sunday, July 30th, Mr. and Mrs. Crit Riffe, of Huston- side the town limits and are Wright and family were in the ma Afternoon and Night, the annual Sunday School Conven- ville, delightfully entertained in hon- ing crowds at every performance. Hawkins and Miss Georgia McAfee. chine but all escaped injury. A Bandmaster Each guest wore a miniature flag. A tion will be held at the same place. Edward Coleman. or of their son, Horace Riffe. The The band concerts given on the pub- Both the hostess and guests of honor and versatile musician, will play pop- contest, answered by names of writ- A good program has been gotten out house and lawn were beautifully dec- lic square each day are enjoyed by were beautifully gowned in attrac- traction engine was used in pulling the automobile on to the road. ular nnd oneratic numbers on the ers, caused much merriment during and several Sunday school workers orated with flags of our country and throngs of people. tive afternoon costumes of white. flute, piccolo, horn, cor- - j the afternoon,, a toy pistol and a box are expected to be present, including sweet saxaphone, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel G. Haselden Assisting in entertaining and serving peas were very much in eviof caps being the prize. Delightful While William Lester, his wife net and trombone. Rev. Walter L. Brock, State Sunday dence in, the parlor. Delightful ices and sons are among the many Lan- were the following attractive young Myrta K. Gilkinson. Has a sweet refreshments weer served to the fol- School Secretary, Rev. H. S. Bell, and cakes were served big girls: Misses Isabella Givens, Anne and daughter were riding in an auto and at a late castrians who are attending the Mackville pike, two miles from and well trained soprano voice of lowing guests: Mesdames W. M. pastor of the Lebanon Junction Bap- 'hour all departed declaring it was lot sale being conducted in Danville Rogers Powell, Annie VanArsdale on the Harrodsburg Sunday, the machine wonderful range and power. Her Bright, R. M. Blackerby, R. C. tist church, and Mr. J. C. McClary, good to have been there. The in- by Mr. Joe S. Haselden of this place. Craig, Frances Embry and Jean unmanageable and ran off a program will contain lighter favor- Hocker, J. C. Mc Clary, Wm. Sever- of Stanford. Several schools are ex- vited guests were as follows: Misses Mr. Haselden in connection with Mr. Wood. The colors which prevailed became well as selections from lead- ance, S. M. Saufley, Annie Engle-ma- pected to attend in a body and sing Mary throwing all theree out. Mrs. ites as Lois Gann, Marjorie Cocking, Oliver Wallace, a former Garrardite, in the dining room were green and bridge, T. W. Pennington and Misses ing operas in which she has appeartwo or more songs each. Dinner will of McKinney, Frances Mitchell, of have held these sales for the Union white and quantities of phlox, daisies Lester was probably fatally hurt, Mary Burch, Sue Taylor Engleman, be ed. eaten on the grounds. We are Lexington, Mattie Chestnut, of Mt. Realty Company in this section, as and hydrangia were used with ex- and her daughter was seriously inLevisa Harris and Josephine CarpenAlexa Whitmire. Violinist and expecting a good and interesting Vernon, Marie Floyd, Clara Nunnel- well as in other states, and have quisite taste. The table covered jured. Mr. Lester escaped with' some pianist, charming at either instru- ter. time. Everybody invited to attend. ley, Edith Barnette, Bob Tucker, been unusually successful in the busi- with lace pieces had a bowl filled slight bruises. -- J. J. Painter, ment, as soloist or in company with Secretary. Martha Tucker, Margaret Rowe Pow- ness. with white hydrangia tied with green TALTON EMBRY DEAD. these other artists will add a de- AGED ROWLAND WOMAN DIES. Dr. J. A. Amon, Dr. J. M. Acton, tulle as the center piece and about ell, Ruth Fields, Roberta Blain, ElMrs. Louisa J. Hammonds, one of BOYLE CHURCH CALLS PASTOR lightful feature to the concerts. Relatives and friends here and la Rigney, Mary Back, Lyda Weddle, Dr. J. B. Kinnaird and Dr. Virgil were trays and comports filled with the oldest women in the county, died Third Day Health Day. are invited to attend an as- green and white confections. The thruout Central Kentucky were At the Danville Christian church Nancy Weddle, Nellie Allen, Kate Kinnaird at the home of her nephew Mat MarMorning. Sunday morning the pulpit commit- Warriner, Nellie Allen, Kate Warri-ne- r, sembly of the Fayette County Med- ices, cakes and bonbons were also in pained Sunday evening to learn of Appropriate Addresses arranged tin, at Rowland this morning, at the tee, which was authorized several Bessie Riffe, Elizabeth Stagg, of ical Association to be held Tuesday green. Quite a number of guests the death of Talton Embry, promiadvanced age of 91 years. Her hus Committee. nent livestock dealer, broker and by the local suc- Stanford, Messrs. Vernon Childress, night, at Brooklyn Bridge, between called during the afternoon. band had preceded her to the GreatJ weeks ago to call a minister to stockyard proprietor at his home in Afternoon and Night. ceed Rev. H. C. Garrison, announced Archie Rigney, Carlisle Myers, Bow- Harrodsburg and Lexington, the Beyond a number of years ago. man Myers, Murrell Reid, Carrol Al- quartet of Lancaster practitioners SEWING CIRCLE ENTERTAINED. Cincinnati, as the result of a paralyLyric Glee Clubj Four great The Kingsservices will be conducted that they had called Horace tic stroke which he suffered last voices in ensemble, sketches, solos, bury, of Lexington, Ky., and that he len, Ludwell Evans, Bruce Steele, expecting to avail themselves of the The Sewing Circle was entertained Monday while engaged in his usual Wednesday, interment being in the opportunity to meet with the LexLewell Steele, Jesse Riffe, Orie Barduets and trios. These fine young family burying ground Wednesday morning at 10 o'clock by supervision of his stockyard inter-near Row; had accepted the call, and will take nette, Alfred Tucker, Edwin Wel-bur- ington physicians. men excel in all the arts of enter- land. Mrs. charge of the work the first of OcMiss Kate Davis Raney most attrac - ests Hammonds had been a Mr. Embry was 54 years old Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Thomas, of of Stanford, and Horace Riffe. tainment that brings wholesome Christian tober. Mr. Kingsbury was pastor of tively at her home on kast Mam. and widely known and influential in for many years. Misses Nancy Hubble and Marjo- Horse Cave, have been making a mohappiness. In "Fun in an the Christian church in Harrodsburg Ices and cakes were served and panrie Cocking, of McKinney, Frances toring trip through the Blue Grass sy souvenirs were given. Among Cincinnati and middle West stock school" they recall the half about ten years ago, and was greatly Traveling Man's Experience. and financial circles. He was a sucforgotten days with the funny pranks beloved by his people there. From Mitchel, of Lexington, and Miss Mar- section, visiting Frankfort, Versailles, present were Mesdames Carl cessful business man of the highest laughable "In the summer of 1888 I had a Harrodsburg he went to Australia, garet Rowe Powell, spent Tuesday Lexington, High Bridge, Shakertown those the odd mistakes and the Hamilcharacter, and was well known to very severe attack of cholera mor- where he had a successful ministry night and Wednesday with Miss Bes- Harrodsburg, Danville and Lancas- Carter, Robert Carter, Scott situations. ton, C. H. Foster, McKee Riffe, Kentucky cattle raisers and dealers, arriving here they tarTwo physicians worked over until about two years ago, when he sie Riffe, of Hustonville. ter, and on Col. George A. Gearhart. One of bus. Misses Lissa Holtzclaw, Lottie Car- hundreds of whom annually disposed me from four a. m. to 6 p. m., with- returned to Kentucky and took a We are glad to say that Mr. Fred ried several days with Mrs. E. P. the sanest and manliest of men. His son, Mary E. McKinney, Lyles Coop- of their cattle thru his firm. Mr. Brown at the Simpson House. Mrs. course oi study in Jeffers is better at this writing. popular lectures for the past twenty out giving me any relief and then er, Kate Anderson and Mary Moore Embry had numerous relatives and Mr. W. D. Stagg is on the road Thomas was before her marriage, Raney. years in churches, colleges and uni- told me they did not expect me to Transylvania College, Lexington. He friends in Kentucky. He was an unversities have stimulated thousands. live; that I had best teelgraph for is a young man, just coming to the to recovery after quite a siege with Miss Helen Thurmond, of Lincoln cle of Mrs. A. H. Severance and first county, and was a frequent visitor I had best telegraph for prime and vigor of his manhood, an abscess on his jaw. Listening to him you rejoice1 that live; that John to Lancaster. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas gave the hotel porter fifty cents and and comes to the service of this exMiss Luella Dye spent Sunday News of tiie Churches cousin of body B. Foster, of this steadiness of aim, thoroughness of city. The will be taken to LexMrs. E. P. Brown made and Mr. and thinking and power of eloquence are told him to buy me a bottle of cellent church with a splendid nat- with the homefolks at Middleburg. ington for the funeral and interan auto trip to Crab Orchard Springs Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and ural endowment and educational still with us. The Missionary Society of the ment Thursday morning at eleven Sunday. Diarrhoea Remedy, and take no sub- equipment. Mr. Garrison will conDiarrhoea Quickly Cured. Baptist church will meet with Mrs. o'clock. Mrs. H. A. B. Marksbury, who had stitute. I took a double dose ac- tinue to supply the pulpit on Sun"About two years ago I had a seLOSE BABY SON. T. D. Newland, Friday afternoon, at Mr. and Mrs. Willie Dudderar, cording to the directions and went days until the last of September, vere attack of diarrhoea which lasted expected about three weeks ago to 3:00 p. m. Benefitted by Chamberlain's Liniment who live with her parents, Mr. and to sleep after the second dose., At which completes his seventeen years for over a week," writes W. C. leave for an extended visit to the "Last winter I used Chamberlain's The Epworth League of the MethMrs. U. S. Traylor at Dudderar's five o'clock the next morning I was of service with the church. Danville Jones. Buford.r N. D. "I became so Hoosier State, but was detained be daughter, odist church will entertain with a Liniment for rheumatic pains, stiff weak that I could not stand upright, cause of the illness of her Mill on Dix river, have the sympa- called by my order and took a train Advocate. A durggist recommended Chamber- Mrs. H. Clay Sutton, departed a few Lawn Social at the residence of Mrs. ness and soreness of the knees, and many friends in the loss of for my next stopping point, a well thy of Teddy Aldrich, who was seriously Iain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea j days ago for Richmond, Ind., where Jessie Stagg Thursday evening. The can conscientiously say that? I have their baby son, who died Saturday man, but feeling rather shaky from night, after living but a few hours. the severity of the attack," writes injured in an auto accident last week Remedy. The first dose relieved me she will be for some time with her members of the young people's soci- never used anything that did me so - much good." Edward Craft, Elba, eties of the other churches are corThe little one was buried Sunday H. W. Ireland, Louisville, Ky. Ob- is getting along nicely at the home and within two days I was as well as daughter, Mrs. A. H. Rice. N. Y. Obtainable everywhere. Mr. W. I. Williams and family, dially invited to be present. everywhere. tainable ever." Obtainable everywhere. of his father. afternoon at Goshen. three-year-old us bi-id-e Mes-dam- es n, insti-.tutio- g, ua - ve Gio-vann- oli n, Fn-ner- al n, 1 ed post-graaua- te ! The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky: Tuesday, July 11, 1916 Sickness is bad; to losejrour job is worse; but poverty is the vorst calamity of all. The Interior Journal B. M. EIGHTH DISTRICT POLITICS the Editor Interior Journal: Under the head of "Eighth District ur issue of Friday, Politics," July 7, there appears an attack upon my record, which, according to the writer purports to have been taken from the Congressional Record. By the correct Record, I am perfectly willing to stand or fall, but not by the perversions and misrepresentations of that record as is attempted in the article referred to. I am charged with "deserting the Administration" by alleged failure to vote in three instances, and for voting against it in one instance. The first of these charges is that I "deserted" by failing to support the "Great Banking and Currency Act." On September 16, 1913, I delivered a speech on the floor of the House advocating this measure and urging its passage, stating among other things that it was "an insurance against panics." That speech was printed in the Congressional Record was printof that date, pages 5003-ed in pamphlet form at my expense, and twenty thousand copies were sent to the Eighth district voters, including those who are now attempting to deceive the people by misrepresentation of my record, in my in-yo- SATJFLEY.. -- Editor and Proprietor To $1 a Tear in Advance. Paper Stops "When Time For Which It is Paid, Expires. 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, Entered a t the Postofiee at Stanford, Ky.. Second Clots Mail Hatter. Announcements to announce the following candidates, The Interior Journal is authorized pubject to the Democratic Primary, August 5, 1916: FOR CONGRESS CHARLES F. MONTGOMERY HARVEY HELM WSww4mwWSk The Man with Money wAmsm&EBgaiiG&sr- GERMAN SUBMARINE ARRIVES. One of the most remarkable feats since the beginning of the great war in Europe was the crossing of the wkwmm&zmr in the Bank.so when adversity com.es he is - fisv? his m6nev safe prexsared Jbr itV "It never rains but it pours." It seems that everything happens to a man when he is BROKE. "Troubles never come singly." Guard against poverty by putting some af your spare money in the Bank. Of all of the worries and care the worst is poverty and debt. You can prevent them by the money you can well afford to put into the Bank now. Put YOUR money in interest. OUR bank. We pay 3 per cent, The Lincoln County National Bank i Stanford, Kentucky Atlantic and arrival at Baltimore Sunday of the German merchant submarine, the Deutschland. This underwater craft ran the British blockade, came 4,000 miles, the longest trip ever made by a submarine, in 16 days, and then eluded the vigilance of English and French warships off our coast which had been looking for her. The German boat carried a cargo of 1,000 tons of valuable dye stuffs valued at over $5,000 a ton, and mail, and is said to be the first of a number of underwater merchantmen which are being prepared to open up commerce between Germany and the outside world, which has practically been at a standstill ever since the war began and England swept the seven seas of German commerce. The Deutschland is a great tribute to German inventive skill and genius. JUMBO The picnic on the Fourth of July was a success in every way. Eight old soldiers were on hand and marched at two o'clock. They had a fine dinner at the home of Mr. John Lay. The old boys looked rather feeble but were in fine spirits and expressed a desire to go to Mexico in defense of Old Glory which they all fought for before. There was lots of good things to eat and speaking was in order. The older ones had an enjoyable time also. People here are all glad to see the good rain. Gardens are fine. Mrs. Sarah Hasty, of Hanging 4, absence. 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." No. 5132 REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF County the caGUAR- Lincoln THE LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK At Stanford, in the State of Kentucky., at close of business June 30, '16 RESOURCES Loans and discounts (except those shown on b) Overdrafts U. S. Bonds deposited to secure circulation (par value) .... Bonds other than I). S. Bonds pledged to secure postal savings deposits 3,000.00 Securities other than U. S. Bonds (not including stocks) owned unpledged 27,000.00 Subscription to stock of Federal Reserve Bank $10,600.00 Less amount unpaid 5,300.00 Value of banking house (if unencumbered Furniture and fixtures Net amount due from Federal Reserve Bank Net amount due from approved reserved agents in New York, Chicago and St. Louis $ 5,689.02 Net amount due from approved reserved agents in other reserve cities 22136.80 Net amount due from banks and bankers (other than included in 10 or 11 j Outside checks and other cash, items ,....$ 946.09 Fractional currency, nickels and cents 533.59 Notes of other national banks T Federal Reserve notes Coin and certificates Legal-tendnotes , Redemption fund with U. S. Treasurer and due from U. S. Treasurer er $349,979.06 .00 100,000.00 Fork, has been visiting her father, John Lay here. Miss Mary Terry has returned to her home from Cincinnati. Mesrs. Claud, Mike and James Lay were in Jumbo Sunday. Mrs. Minnie Lay visited her granddaughter, Mrs. Mary Hasty. School begins at Jumbo the second Monday in July. Our Boone, DAVIS' local stock buyers, G. D. Wm. Anderson and L. M. STORE. In the second place, by charging me with failure to vote for the Burnett Immigration Bill, it is sought to lead the reader to believe that the President favored that bill, when as a matter of fact, the President vetoed the Burnett Bill an effort which exposes and emphasizes the ignorance of the writer as to what the President's real position and attitude was as to this bill. The third charge is that I "deserted" and did not vote on the final Bills. I passage of the Anti-Truwas present in the House on May 19, 1914, and voted for the rule which made these bills party measures, and thereby insured their final passage. I was sent by Congress as one of the committee that accompanied the remains of Senator Bradley to Frankfort for burial, and my return was unavoidably delayed so that I was trict who will agree to take the job not present at the final passage of on such terms and conditions. the bills, the result of the vote on HARVEY HELM. which was known in advance, by reaWashington, D. C, son of the adoption of the rule reJuly 10th, J916, ferred to, and which is further evist and Trunks that you will be proud of when you travel and a pleasure to look at when at home. LEATHER HAND BAGS, Black and Tan, 15 to 18 inches, long, solid-bras- s locks and catches, at $5 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. McEoberts Main Street Stanford, Ky. No. 27SS REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF 30,000.00 5,300.00 10,000.00 300.00 12,000.00 27,825.82 1,921.28 1,479.68 735.00 270.00 16,401.50 2,500.00 . 5,000.00 $563,712.34 Total LIABILITIES , Capital stock paid in .'.. Surplus Fund y.. Undivided profits $1,500.00 3,856.34 Reserved for taxes . 8.97 Reserved for court costs : Circulating notes outstandign Net amount due to banks and bankers (other than includ, . ed in 29 or 30) Individual deposits subject to check Postal savings deposits J..., Deposits reauiring notice but less than 30 days Total demand deposits, Items 33, 34, 35, 36, 37, 38, 39 and 40, $254,653.86. Certificates of deposit .- $100,000.00 50,100.00 5,365.31 100,000.00 15,144.80 237,748.51 674.14 16,231.21 38,448.37 Johnson are buying so heavy, that we can't keep tab on their sales. But from the number of head of stock that pass our place, they must be dobusiness. ing a "land-officJ. W. Coleman, who has been quite at this sick, is greatly improved writing. The picnic given by the Pine Grove Sunday school was a grand The large success in every way. crowd was entertained by a num-o- f songs and speeches by the children. Also some good talks were given by the older speakers in regard to Sunday School Training for the children. All went away, feeling that they had spent a day profitable in a noble cause. Mrs. Nancy J. McKinney and Miss Mittie McKinney of Garrard, are visiting relatives and friends in this section. e" denced by the overwhelming vote cast in favor of those bills the vote for one being 277 yeas to 54 nays, and for the other 325 yeas to 12 nays, and which votes demonstrated that their passage was a foregone conclusion and that they were not in the slightest danger after the passage of the rule for which I voted. On the repeal of the Panama Tolls Exemption Act, I voted according to .the specific plank in the Democratic platform, adopted at Baltimore, and stood with Speaker Clark, Majority Leader Underwood and all the other House Party leaders. In a speech delivered on the floor of the House March 31, 1914, I fully explained jny position on this bill, and sent twenty thousand copies of the speech I then made to the voters of the district, who thereafter renominated me for Congress without opposition. The lugging in of these charges at this late day in the campaign and at a time when I am compelled to be out of the district smacks more of republican tactics that it does of at colse of business June 30, '16 Villa bandits are said to be preRESOURCES paring for a new raid across the bor- Loans and discounts (except those shown on b) der. The Villistas are said to have U. S. Bonds deposited to secure circulation (par value)"" S44 419 57 SS2s" So' defeated a strong Carranza force Stocks, other than Federal Reserve Bank stock . Subscription to stock of Federal KesArvo R,ni- - tiTn'ftTn" "' and to have captured the pay train Less amount unpaid . 9'40000 2.400.0Q for Gen. Trevino's men at Chihuahua Value of banking house (if 4,625.00 obtaining 4,230,000 pesos. Furniture and fixtures .. LZT"'Z 2.173.50 Net amount due from Federal Reserve Bank 7,oQ.00i Net amount due from approved reserved agents" inNew York, Chicago and St. Louis .?.... Net amount due from approved reserved agents $ 499 36 in other reserve cities . 6 7,105.85" (Ads here arc z cent a word each is- Net amount due from banks and bankW"(olher"tnan 606 49 included in 10 or 11) sue, cash with order; no ad. less 1.2S4.63 Outside checks and other cash items ..."". than 25c each issue.) 94 Fractional currency, nickels and cents 47'90 v 307.S4 Notes of other national banks s 4SQ.0O POSTED. John Meier, Highland Federal Reserve notes "!.."". 150.00 Coin and certificates S,944.10 Legal-tendnotes .TZ.."." 4,449.00 Redemption fund with U. S. FOR SALE. i3 stock ewes. THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK At Stanford, in the State of Kentucky CENT -A- -WORD ADS . $59 "" er Grant 54-- 1 North, Hustonville. ROOMS Treasurer Total Treasurer and duevfrom'u " S 2,500.0Q 339.434.29 teJi-,Sit.--S- ; , Total $563,712.34 State of Kentucky, County of Lincoln, ss: I, W. JVI. Bright, Cashier of the above-name- d bank do solemnly swear that the above statement is true - to the best of my knowledge and belief. W. M. BRIGHT, Cashier z .3. , ;.Subscribed and sworn to before II Correct Attest: me this 6th day of July, 1916. J. B. PAXTON, : mm 355S Capital stock paid in ; 50.00Q.M Surolus lund 23,500.00 ZIZ TALK to W. H. fliggins, about Undivided profits 2,235.52 Circulating notes outstanding 5o,ooo.ao 52-- tf bale ties. Net amoUnt due to banks and bankers (othe7"than":ndud- ( ed m 29 or 30) 95.14 Individual deposits subject to check".". 159.532.31 AM back at my office ready to wait Certificates of deposit due in less than 30 days" good democracy. 3,700.00 Total demand deposits. Items 33. sj as 5k ToBTft Furthermore, I do not believe that on the public. A. S. Price, dentist. o0, o, and 40, 163,232.31. 54-- 1 the intelligent and enlightened Certificates of deposit i onn ni voters of the Eighth district want 23,071.32Total of time deposite77tem7Ti their representative to the nothing FOR SALE Ford touring car, Bills payable, including obligations representing money bor- more than a rubber stamp. If so, 1915 model. In good condition. For 5,000.00 the position ought to be auctioned information call at this office. 50-2- t. off to the cheapest man in the dis- Total 339.434.29 HONEY Extracted white clover State of Kentucky, County of Lincoln, ss: honey for sale at 10 cents a pound. the above-name- d thJ' the ?WaU!man' CafMer ofto the best of mybank do solemnly swear Write or phone 7 y J. M. Ware, is true knowledge and belief. H. C. BAUGHMAN, Cashier 51 4t. Stanford R. F. D. No. 1. Subscribed and sworn to before Correct Attest : me this 7th day of July, 1916, J. S. HOCKER, LOST. Black, part Jersey cow, 6 W. M. BRIGHT, J. M. PETTUS. or 7 years old, was about to calve Notary Public J. C. EUBANKS, when she left my farm Thursday, Commission expires Jan. 11, 1920 Directors July 6. Reward for return to W. M. 54- Fields, I Apply at this office. Front rooms for rent. 53 tf LIABILITIES ,,., - Min& ;..;. FURNITURE, flattings, Druggets, W. W. SAUNDERS, Commission Notary Public expires Feb. 7, 1920 II E. C. WALTON, G. W. CARTER, - Directors OVER HALF the CARS YOU SEE Are FORDS, for the reason that a majority of car buyers figure the cost. They figure the first cost, the gasolene cost, the tire cost, and the repair cost. They figure the FORD from a business standpoint. ' THE FORD IS STURDY AND SIMPLE Anyone can run it and anyone' can care for it $390 Rugs, Wall Paper, Lace Curtains, Window Shades, Trurks, Suit Cases. Pictures and Mouldings. W. A. Trib-bl- e, Stanford. 42t elps Yon Wei dency to costiveness. Freedom At at tUfu xi Tr.' I Young Men. We give special attention to our line of Fur" nishings. You' will find we have the new things in Shirts, Collars, Ties, Socks, Etc. Roadster Car $440 Touring Car NOTICE All persons, having any claims against the estate of A. A. Yocum, deceased, are hereby notified to present them for payment, properly proven Jby law, to my attorney, K. S. Alcorn, of Stanford, Ky., and all persons owing tliat estate will promptly pay same to my said attorney. This July 3, 1916. Lillie Yo53 3t cum. , The use of Nujol as an internal lubricant will in most cases counteract any tenI: tJm -- " from constipation means freedom r?m,m?ny minor ailments. It means increased vitality and sounder, more vigorous health than you have ever before exDerienced. u Penny's Drug W. E. PERKINS, . H. C. ANDERSON, Stanford FORD AG .'qkg'REUABJLE3 otore .UJ.ffl Storage Crab Orchard, Kentucky ENT FOR LINCOLN COUNTY Repairing Tires Accessories Phone 203 iREMEOTFORMEN. ugmaogfiasanKTim'Tancnatgticiicaa.'feBggaagatnriav I AT YOUR DRUGGIST. BRINGS YOUR JOB PRINTING TO THE I. J. The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky: Tuesday, July Statement of J. T. Embry was over from Frankfort Sunday. W. W. Hays was in Louisville last week, to bring back several new cars. O. P. Newland came down from Burnside for court day. Miss Thelma Francis went to Pine-vill- e 11, 1916 HEAT FLASHES, DIZZY, NERVOUS Mrs. Wynn Tells How Lydia west. He expects to be here probably a month, at least until after the Stanford fair. Parents Should Know This Splendid Remedy SIMPLE LAXATIVE COMPOUND J A v. The First National Bank Of Stanford, Ky., June 30th, 191 6J RESOURCES: Loans, stocks and bonds $299,764.37 6,798.50 Banking House Cash and Due from Banks Total, 32,871.40 $339;434.27 $80,735.50 50,000.00 203,698.77 5,000.00 $339,434.27 I LIABILITIES: Capital, Surplus and Profits Circulation Deposits Bills Payable Total, I Dividend of 3 per cent, declared, payable on demand Sunday to visit relatives. E. Pinkham's Vegetable Mrs. A. H. Severance has returnCompound Helped Her ed from Crab Orchard, where she During Change of Life. spent several days. Richmond, Va. "After taking Mrs. A. S. Price is spending a few seven bottles of Lydia E. Pinkham's days with Miss Catherine Bronaugh Vegetable Comat Crab Orchard. I feel II poundwoman. likeal-a Little Miss Georgia Hogg, of lllllf mil new I Louisville, is the guest of Mrs. ways had a headache during the Change George Martin. of Life and was also Miss Ethel Powell has returned troubled with other from a visit to relatives at Junction bad feelings comCity. mon at that time II 4zf"Ztsr dizzy spells, nervous V "1 Miss Claudia Eaton is at home ?$$ ; feelings and heat from Bellevue where she had a most flashes. Now I am successful year in the high school. in better health Mrs. Susan Yeager and little Mary than I ever was and recommend your Margaret Jennings are spending the remedies to all my friends. " Mrs.LENA day at Crab Orchard Springs. Wynn, 2S12 E. O Street, Richmond, Va. Miss Sadie Lillard, who teaches in While Change of Life is a most crita School for the Deaf in Montana, ical period of a woman's existence, the arrived Monday for a visit to Mrs. annoying symptoms which accompany Mary Craig, and other relatives here. it may be controlled, and normal health use of Lydia E. Mrs. Ed H. Davis and baby went restored by the timelyCompound. Pinkham's Vegetable to Parksville Monday afternoon to Such warning symptoms are a sense visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Over-stree- t. of suffocation, hot flashes, headaches, 91 the well-knoinsurance man, arrived from Louisville this morning to work Stanford for a few days. John H. Wren, engineer at the water works, had his head badly cut and his hand and other portions of his anatomy severely hurt while trying to put a belt on an engine the other evening. Bright Hays had his right leg badly skinned up and bruised and other portions of his body bruised, when a buggy collided with one he was driving in near Rowland Sunday. Bar-nett- Mr. A. G. Eastland, HELPS TO CORRECT CONSTIPATION IN CHILDREN. Personal and Social Oscar Huffman. and relatives visited relatives here Monday. William and Edward Dunn are visiting their aunts, Mrs. J. T. Embry Minnie Woods. and Miss Annie Dunn. W. K. Warner has a sprained arm Miss Linelle Eubanks, of near as the result of falling from a house Danville, is visiting her uncle, Mr. he was putting a roof on. Miss Julia White, of Richmond, J. C. Eubanks. Willie Higgins of Somerset, is passed through Stanford Monday af- Miss en route to Crab Orchard. the guest of Mr. and Mrs. L. C. King and family in the Hubble section. Attorney K. S. Alcorn attended ington county, are visiting their relthe meeting of the State Bar Asso- atives, Messrs. J. D. and J. J. Sweeney. ciation at Louisville last week. Mrs. W. H. Worsham, of Corbin. Mrs. E. C. Walton has returned Catlettsburg, where she spent returned home Sunday after several from XTlfVl ju .. jjuiciiu, iUl. ., 7T a week or so with her father, Col. T. rlmrc ..... Vim nnvap "AT.. tlllU illlS. J. F. Gover, near Turnersville. D. Marcum. Bryan Perkins, who is engaged in C. H. Johnston, of Lebanon, passed through Stanford Sunday en the insurance business at Paint Lick route to Crab Orchard for a short : during the summer, spent Sundav j with his mother, Mrs. D. B. stay. Southard C. Jordan remains quite here. Col. E. Bar-bourvile, tex-noo- n at his room at the St. Asaph. Wallace W. Withers, of Cincinnati, is here for a several days' visit to relatives. Miss Pauline Sampson, of has been the guest of Miss ill Messrs. M. B. Arbuckle, Joel Elvador and Goebel Tudor and W. S. Brock, of Madison county were here at court Monday. Miss Hattie Rice, of Danville, who has been visiting Misses Mary E. and Lettie W. McKinney, has returned to her home in Danville. Miss Rose Taylor, ol Danville, is the guest of her uncle, Will McCor-mac- k and family in the McCormack's Ar-buck- le, J "-- yfr .flk ji:;:r J s i d a?j .' -- f 'jMr& r yy y sriF -& & IWF r y church section. R. R. Fox, of the Marksbury section, of Garrard, passed through Stanford Monday en route from where he went to see a mighty pretty girl. Hon. John W. Rawlings, of Danville, was a passenger on the Southbound train this morning. He was en route to Harlan on legal business. Mrs. Ed Davis, who has been visiting her sister, Mrs. George Martin, returned to her home at Covington this morning. Mr. Frank Wheatley and wife, of Cincinnati, and Mr. C. E. Rice, of Livingston, are guests of the family of Squire W. M. Fields in the West End. Dr. L. D. Hammonds, of Irvine Store, Russell county, is here, the guest of his brother, J. A. Hammonds on the Hustonville pike. Mrs. Mary D. Owens, and granddaughter, Miss Margaret Owens, of Somerset, arrived here early in the week to visit her brother, Col. John W. Rout and family. Col. John W. Rout is out after a severe attack of yellow jaundice. He is not a well man yet, but is improving, his many friends are glad to rg, Sam J. Embry, Jr., and James e, Tribble, of this city, and Ora of Hustonville, have gone to Akron, Ohio, where they have secured positions in the big plant of the B. F. Goodrich Rubber Company, which makes a favorite brand of automobile tire as well as all sorts of rubber goods. These boys are all j hustlers and will make good wher ever they are placed. While autoeing Sunday Harry Jacobs, the monument man of this backaches, dread of impending evil, city, killed a rattlesnake, with seven timidity, sounds in the ears, palpitation buttons and a rattle. He attacked of the heart, sparks before the eyes, the serpent with a club and soon disirregularities, constipation, variable ap- patched it. It was a monster in petite, weakness and inquietude, and size, being as large as a man's arm dizziness. around the middle of its body. Mr. For these abnormal conditions do not Jacobs brought the reptile ro town fail to take Lydia E. Pinkham's Vege- and exhibited it on the street court table Compound. dajr, where, of course, it gave everyone who saw it the "creeps." Mr. Heard About Town Jacobs killed the snake near Butcher-tow- n in the West End. News comes from Somerset that "LATEST WAR NEWS. Joseph H. Rout, brother of Col. John W. Rout, of this city, has been quite In a brilliant attack the French ill for some time, but is improving have carried Hill 97, a height which now. dominates the Somme southeast of Jack J. Lawrence, third trick op- Biaches, according to the official erator at Mt. Vernon, spent several statement issued by the French War ilays here with friends early in the Office. After the sixth desperate atweek, from whom he received a cor- tack, the Germans succeeded in endial welcome. tering Trones wood, according to the 'Mr. and Mrs. Henry Magill, on British official statement. This was the Hustonville pike, are receiving at the expense of very heavy casualcongratulations of their friends up- ties, the statement adds, and the on the arrival of a bouncing 10 fighting in the wood continues. pound boy in their home, Sunday, The German defense along the July 9th. Stokhod River has been unable to L. D. Rosseau, of Phoenix, Arizo- stay the progress of the Russians, na, has been visiting the Rankins and who have crossd the river at various other relatives in this section for points. The latest communication several days and Monday, went to from the Russian general headquarMcKinney to visit Mr. and Mrs. J. ters shows that the two opposing L. McKechnie. Mr. Rosseau is a for- , armies are in the midst of a terrific mer Pulaski countian with many rel struggle for possession of the river. atives here, who has done well in the The fighting between the Italians III With all children there are times ,Xi when the bowels fail to act naturally s 4Tsi. jt 4,,C&?'' .,., 'jmwxi" i becomes necessary for the parand it l$L ents to administer a remedy. Cathartics and purgatives should- - never be used as these agents afford only temporary relief while their violent action shocks the system unduly. Mrs. Eva F. Gaff, 517 10th street, Washington, D. C, says that her little girl, Marie, had been subject to constipation, and that she found Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin the best remedy because of its mildness, and now always keeps a bottle of it in MARIE GAFF the house. Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin is a It is important that parents should compound of simple laxative herbs, know of a dependable remedy with free from opiates or narcotic drugs no unpleasant after effects, gripinK of any kind, and is an ideal remedy oi- - 5'"i!n Tlr f!ilrKvllK Svmn Pftn- for children because of its mild ac- tin costs only fifty cents a bottle and tion and positive effect. Its use ' can be procured at any drug stole. It- obtain a trial bottle, free of tends to strengthen the impaired ell action and restore normal regu charge, write to Dr. W. B. Caldwell, ' larity. 454 Washington St., Monticello, 111. - J I and Austrians continues with undiminished fury, the Austrian report describing the repulse of Alpine forces, more than 800 Italian dead bing left before the Austrian forces. CINCINNATI STOCK MARKET. Hogs Receipts 3,800; lower; common to choice FORD AGENT DOING BUSINESS. H. C. Anderson, local agent for the Ford car, has been having a packers and butchers S9.759.95; $79; pigs and lights SG9.85; stags $67.25. Cattle Receipts 1,300; steady; steers ?5.759.50; heifers ?5.508.50; cows $4.75 7. Calves steady ;S5 Sheep Receipts 2,600; 11.50. steady; $3 6.85; lambs steady; $7 11.35. OLDEST WOMAN IN COUNTY. A dispatch from Crab Orchard to the city papers late last week said: "Mrs. Elizabeth Naylor, 102 years old, wife of Jom Naylor, dropped dead late last evening at her home, three miles east of here. She was the oldest woman in the county." splendid demand for this great machine. He has sold 36 since the ftra of last November. As Mr. Anderaoii runs a complete Ford service station, he has no trouble keeping his buyon always satisfied with their maekmee and "takes care" of them in a way that is very satisfactory. Amnag recent buyers of machines from Mr. Anderson were Henry Fields, Wir field Miller. Andy Gooch, Ed Nefaufc, Lynn Gooch, J. SI. Alexander, f Crab Orchard and J. H. Thompson, of Preaehersville. Sir. Anderson h a good thing and as he advert iaac judiciously, is selling them almost by the wholesale. $100 s Reward, $100 Beauty More Than Skin Deep. A beautiful woman always has good digestion. If your digestion is faulty, Chamberlain's Tablets will do you good. Obtainable The readers of this paper will be pleswed U learn that there is at leat one dreaded UImmmi that science has been able to euro in all Its 6tace, and that is Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure the only positive cure now known to the medical fraternity. Catarrh belnjr a constitutional treatment. disease, requires a constitutional Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken Internally, actinir directly upon the blood and mucous .surfaces of the system, thereby destroying the foundation and sivlns the patient strensa of the liy building up the constitution and assisting nature In doing its work. The proprietors bavf so much faith in Its curative powers tHat thoy offer One Hundred Dollars for any ease that It fails to cure. Send for list of testimonials. Address F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo. O. Sold by all Druggists. 73c. Take Hall's Family Pills for constipation. dL-ea- -- CTSTBPmwgrwgra ivurnxwurrrrrw immuMtFjL A MONEY-SAVIN- G OPPORTUNITY ! know. Swat the Bugs! Various kinds of small vermin cause lots of worry to the careful housewife. Bedbugs, cockroaches, spiders, worms, flies, rats, mice all these pests 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 something to eradicate them Sure! The Lincoln Pharmacy, Stanford, Ky. Clothin Clothing, Clothing. y We are making SPECIAL PRICES on all Clothing during our Fifteen-DaSale. A 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. ROBINSON'S Judge J. P. Bailey, County Attorney W. S. Burch and Road Superintendent McKee Riffe are in Frankfort today on matters pertaining to roads. Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Hutchins, Mrs. George H. Farris and daughter, Miss Bessie Clay Farris, are at Elixir Springs for several days. Mrs. M. M. Sweney returned from, Louisville this morning, where she went to meet her mother, Mrs. Mary Derr, who has been visiting relatives in Indiana. Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Thomas, of Eph Horse Cave, and Mesdames Brown and Henry Simpson, of Lancaster, spent Saturday afternoon with friends here. Robert and Alfred Powell, handsome young sons of Rev. C. E. Powell, of Roanoke, Va., are here visiting their grandfather, Capt. B. F. Powell and other relatives. Mrs. J. M. Bronaugh, of Lexington, who is visiting Col. R. H. Bronaugh and family at Crab Orchard, spent several days early in the week with her cousin, Misses Mattie and Bettie Paxton. Attorney Tom Varnon, of Ashe-villN. C, joined his sitser, Miss Martha Varnon, who has been here several days, having been with their aunt, Mrs. Mattie Kirby at time of her death. Mrs. Newman Birk, accompanied by her two sons, Baughman and Louis Phillip Birk, of Louisville, the guest of her brothers, Messrs. J. W. and H. C. Baughman and their families. An automobile party consisting of Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Myers, of Columbia, and Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Ramsey and Cobsy McBeath, of Monticello, were in Stanford a while Sunday afternoon en route from Columbia to Wayne county. They said the road was in good shape most all the way. A. E. Hundley and wife, Graham Price and wife, of Boyle, and th.iv guests, Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Dabney Carr, of Orlando, Fla., were here Sunday afternoon with friends. Mr. i and Mrs. Carr will locate temporarily in Lexington, where Mr. Carr will j have charge of the choir of the largest Episcopal church of that city. e, I K. w "xO? CI This Is The Season's Greatest Merchandizing Event 4& You well know the scarcity of merchandise in all lines, prices advancing on woolens, cloth, leather, scarcity of dye, etc. store to begin each season with new merchandise, not to carry over goods from one season to anIt has been the policy of the Graves-Co- x other. This motto still holds good and the larger portion of the articles listed here cannot be purchased wholesale at the prices we are making to you. This country has never seen good merchandise advancing in price so rapidly, this sale is a sale of Quality Merchandise only. GOOD CLOTHING AT REAL SAVINGS Suits, Light: Weight Overcoats and Raincoats All Included This season when good woolens are scarce and the cost high Kelsington and Graco clothing values show better than ever in comparison. The same good clothing you have always purchased here. Buying during this sale is like coming in and picking out a suit at the beginning of the season and getting so much money handed back. The styles are so desirable, the quality so good, and the assortment so satisfactory you'll have no trouble finding what you want. Styles for the young man; styles for the man of mature years. New checks, stripes, plaids or rich mixtures. Many quarter-line- d with silk sleeve lining. Every wool suit in the house, finest blue flannels and serges included. PALM 3EACH, KOOL KLOTH AND MOHAIR SUITS EXCEPTED. ALL $15.00 GARMENTS REDUCED TO ALL $16.50 GARMENTS REDUCED TO -- ALL $18.00 GARMENTS REDUCED TO $12.00 ALL $20.00 GARMENTS REDUCED TO $12.75 $20.00 $14.50 SINHMTHVO ALL $25.00 GARMENTS REDUCED TO REDUCED TO 00'0$ TTV $24.00 Graves, Cox & Co., Lexington ! 'he Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky: Tuesday, July 11, 1916 to J. B. Honaker d feeders at 7 c. nine THE 1916 MAXWELL HAS ESTABLISHED A PERFORMANCE AND ECONOMY George D. Boone bought up 25 lambs in the Ottenheim section the past week at 8 a hundred. O J. D. Whitehouse boucht of F. T. Logan, of Boyle, a carload of hogs averaging 2G0 pounds at 8 4 cents. "W. R. Gaines, of Crab Orchard, bought from Oscar Holtzclaw recentw ly a horse mule for which he paid 150. The Kind Ycu Have Always Bought, and ivliicli has "been, H. C. Anderson sold a yearling in use for over 30 years, has hornetlie signature of filly to J. A. Robinson for 29 and a and has been made nnacr Jus per- filly to Fred Gooch for - sonal supervision since its infancy. cbccAAftZ, Allow no one to deceive you in this. 423.50 here Monday. Just-as-goare but " All Counterfeits, Imitations and " Lutes, Sharpe and Branham, sold Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of to S. H. Baughman Monday eight H Infants and Children Experience against Experiment heifers, bulls and steers at 6c, and S3 to T. W. Jones 10 cows at 4 S. H. Baughman, of this city, O bought here Monday from R. M. Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Pare'Sharp, of Casey, a bunch of 10 heigoric, lrops and Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant. It Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic fers, averaging 650 pounds at 6 a contains neither Q pa 6ubstancc. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys Worm3 hundred. years it and allays Feverishncss. For more than thirty Josh Wilson of Crab Orchard, sold has been in constant use for the relief of Constipation, to John M. Cress, of the Preachers-vill- e Flatulency, Wind Colic, all Teething Troubles and section, a drove of 30 hogs that Diarrhoea. It regulates the Stomach and Bowels, No Extras to Buy. Time Payments to Responsible People. averaged 160 pounds at 8.25 a hunFood, giving healthy rag. natural sleep. assimilates the dred. The Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend. Prompt Delivery. H J. W. Phillips, of Lebanon, bought W ALWAYS here Monday afrom B. W. Leigh, of GENUSNE Hustonviile, mare mule and a mare mule Signatiirc of Bears the v for which he paid 335. At Lincoln County National Bank. H Nevin Carter has turned his great show stallion, Kentucky Gentleman, over to Mack Hughes, of Danville, to campaign on the show circuit this season. It Mack doesn't take the blues with him, no one can. j. r- B L. C. Bosley, of Boyle county, bought 15 short yearling steers from John M. Cress of Preachersville, here Fop Over Years in Monday at 35 a head; from another THE CCIMT IP COMPANV NEW VOX CITY mBRmmESWS&SSSSgi party he bought a couple at 36, to gfSSffigfi fill out the herd. R. Gaines, of Crab DO WELL MARKET DRAGGY MONDAY. Farm and Stock News hasW.contracted to deliver to Orchard, R. L. Hubble bought a cent showers, which give prospect of John M. mule here Monday from J. horse Cress, Preachersville stock buyer, a The cattle market was somewhat continuing. Will Kinder, of Garrard, sold to score of hogs that will average about M. Ross, of Garrard, for $120. Robert F. Scudder, of Glendale, Ariz. draggy here Monday, quite a number W. B. Burton, of Lancaster, here 200 pounds at delivery time. They J. C. McDonald, a West Fork, Back on Visit Here. being taken home unsold. Most of SADDLERS, MULES AND COWS 5. AJL gelding for were sold at 8.50 a hundred. & JL d Monday, a Tenn., stock trader, who usually has those which showed much quality WANTED. Bogue Smith, of Rockcastle, start- a good bunch of stuff on the Stan140. Robert Scudder, wife and son, sold, however. Very few foreign Pu- ed to court here Saturday, but sold ford market, sold 24 head of mixed From "Uncle Jim" Roberts, of One walking stallion, three to buyers were here, which was given It is time you were laski county, George D. Boone the cattle he was bringing down to stuff, mostly heifers, to T. W. Jones Robert Scudder, Jr., are visiting rel- as the reason for the slack market. five years old; one walking stallion, d Paul Finch, of the East End. There here Monday for a total of $904.55 atives in this county, including his bought here Monday a seeing about that Best stuff sold up to 8 cents a pound; two years old; three walking mares were nine cows, calves and yearling To S. H. Baughman Mr. McDonald brother, R. S. Scudder, of McKinney. heifer at $7. heifers around G cents. Buyers to six years old, Rube E. Horton, of Waynesburg, steers in the bunch and he received sold 31 steers at $55.25 a head. He was here at court Monday and were here for army horses and mules or geldings, three to 15 4 hands high; three 15 1George D. Boone, here Mon- - for them 278.25. sold to R. E. Horton, of Waynesburg, sold j ' Campbell Bros, of Creelsboro, who four cows, to a Mr. Childress, of was given the glad hand by many of which sold up to $140 a head accord- walking mules, four to seven years day, a couple of canner cows at 3.50 always have a nice bunch of stuff Garrard here Monday that averaged the old friends made while he lived ing to quality. W. B. Burton, of old, 14 to 15 hands high; five grade and a veal calf for 9. Lancaster bought three; J. W. Phil- shorthorn cows, big milkers, three to J. H. Thompson, near Preachers- - here court days, sold a dozen steer 750 pounds, at $7.50 a hundred. To in Lincoln. Mr. Scudder is now loca-te- d lips, of Lebanon a couple and N. H. near Glendale, Arizona, where Peel, of Nicholasville four A fairly five years od. All must be perfectly You've been thinking jville, bought here Monday from K. calves toA.Dr. Hugh Reid Monday for A. T. Nunnelley he sold a calf for sound. Give full description and M. Perryman, who came $15.75; to 0. P. Huffman, local J. Smith, near Brodhead, 20 yearling 355. he is doing nicely. Besides farming good crowd was in town and farmers j heifers at lowest cash price in first letter. J. 30 a head. down with the Campbell boys, sold a butcher he sold an butchof building for some report crops doing fine after the re F. Cook, phone 47. 52 3L John T. Rigsby, of the East End, cow and two heifers to J. A. Robin- er cow at $8.25; to Henry Fields 10 extensively, he runs a dairy, which enterMonday from C. C McKm-ne- son, on the Danville pike, for 150. shoats that averaged 90 pounds at is proving a money-makin- g bought time. prise. Mr. Scudder says that Greeley Lutes, who is buying $7.75. of Brodhead, 10 small calves In no other way can at 18 a head. and especially stock and running his grist mill near Barney W. Leigh, of Hustonviile, all dowho are you obtain such feed to Charles Pile of the West End, sold Middleburg, Casey county, bought a was here Monday on the stock mar- ites well, and in Arizona areseems to Greeley Lutes, of Casey county, canner heifer from Neal Lane, of ket. Mr. Leigh sold four heifers to ing that business steers at G.50 that section, last week at a nickel Emmett McCormack, of the West be fine with all of them. He says a bunch of economy for your stock. a pound; from Ben Watts, also of End, which averaged 610 pounds. that Henry Hutchison is making "a a hundi-ed- . B. Maynard, on the Huston-vill- e Casey, he purchased a drove of 10 ThrPP hpad went at S6.25 and the barrel of money" out of his creamery You cannot spend any W. mare feeding hogs, that averaged 100 other at $6.50 a hundred pounds, at Glendale and is one of the best pike, sold a Just received New Shipment of Oil money on your farm to known business men of that section. to N. H. Peel, of Nicholasville, here pounds, at $8 a hundred. RiffG) Mr Le;gh soid To Jesse Scudder looking for number "Uncle for 100. Stoves. See new models and advantage. And (Monday T. Rigsby, of the Preachers- - set, had a Jimmy" Roberts, of Somer- - steers, that averaged 800 pounds at Mr.dairy cowsis to take back awith him better John nice bunch of stuff, on the $7.50; to J. B. Honaker he sold nine of styles before buying the only kind of silo to ville section, bought 35 lambs from local market Monday, most of which sfeers averacinc 850 pounds, eight and also a pony or two for "the kids" Frank Robbins last week, that ave- he sold at satisfactory prices. To W. of them at $7.50 and the other at He wants Holstein cows, however, which are rather scarce articles in raged 70 pounds, for which he paid T. Robinson, of Boyle, he sold four $7.25. have is a 7.75. From Jack Edwards, of the yearling steers at $38; to Criscillis this part of Kntucky, most of the daisame section, he purchased a calf Bros., of Garrard, he sold a couple of It is believed that the infantile rymen and milk men in this section, for 22.50. cows for $72; to Henry Catron, of paralysis epidemic in New York has preferring the Jerseys, which are Corner Main and Depot Streets, Monte Fox, the big stock buyer, of the Cedar Creek section, he sold four been checked. There were about not so popular in Arizona, Mr. ScudRichmond KENTUCKY STANFORD, der says. He will be here about a 300 cases found. Which is there forever Danville, went to Chenault's Monday- calves for $82.50'. to receive David fat catweek longer. when you have it made tie, and put them on the cars for the eastern market. There were 70 in by the herd, and they averaged close to Mr. Fox is said to 1,450 pounds. have paid 9.25 a hundred for them. T. C. Rankin and "Little David" Rankin, of the Hubble section, delivered their fat cattle to Monte Fox, of Danville, last week. Mr. Fox buys for a large eastern packing house. We have German Millet Seed; BuckThere were about 112 in the herd, and they averaged 1,300 pounds. Mr. wheat, the Japanese or Black variety. , STANFORD, KY. I Fox paid $9.35 for them with 3 off Red Top Sugar Cane Seed, and Orfor shrinkage. D. C. Allen sold 850-pounl-2- Cry for Fletcher's 3-- o o o a seven-year-o- ld WAX WELL-T- he Standardized Car tr 69x6 ttit- four-year-o- ld No Changes Necessasy for 1917 u o od What is CASTORIA Price Reduced $60 on 5 Passenger Touring l-2- c. O S World's Record Endurance Car Now $595 f. o. b. Detroit v a a j2 CASTORIA five-year-o- ld three-year-o- J ld Call H. C. CARPENTER, Stanford, Ky. O The M Yea Have Always use a m 30 do amvA anaowoxnv xsaxvano am, si four-year-o- ld u aoiaa msm am xv aa rmer seven-year-ol- 750-poun- SILO I -4 3-- j i 810-pou- nd v. Ken-tuckia- ns i 600-pou- nd THE NEWEST STYLES I I , five-year-o- ld n I Concrete Silo W. H. HIGGINS ! i fllLLii u BROS., For Seed. Chautau quA ange Cane Seed. All of this has been well cleaned, and is ready At Hustonviile I We Will Save You Money on frigerators, Ice Cream Freezers, Coolers, Etc. ALSO LAWN MOWERS AND GARDEN TOOLS. Re- to sow. ' J. H. BAUGHMAN & C0MFANY STANFORD, KENTUCKY GEORGE H. FARRIS. Rakes and Hoes, Water Coolers and Binder Twine. See us before you buy Big Four11th, 12th, Days 13th, 14th AUGUST Make Your Plans Now to Attend the Most Delightful Entertainment Offered the Citizens of the West End In Many Years. Hail Insurance Tobacco and Hemp, All Growing Crops. TALK WITH T. D. Newland & Son, Opposite the Phone No. 168. Court-Hous- e, JESSE D. WEAREN, THE INSURANCE MAN, Engage Your Season Tickets Now. Stanford, Kentucky. Stanford, - Kentucky. Adults, $1.50 Children, $1 i