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See Date oa Your Label Established 1860.57th Year.-- No. BRACK REED GOES CRAZY Young Milledgeville Bootlegger Ad- judged Insane by Jury in the County Court. Brack Reid, one of the sons of adJohn Reid, of Milledgeville, was county judged insane by a jury in asycourt Tuesday and taken to the yet lum. Ycung Reid has 230 days upimposed to serve of the sentence bootlegon him in county court for is a young-'e- r ging near Moreland. He brother of Charley Reid, who has fine been at large ever since a ?3,000 circuit was imposed upon him in court for selling whisky illegally. very Brack Reid has been acting peculiarly ever since being placed in jail here. Jailer DeBorde says that he would talk to himself for hours at a time, and kept the other prisoners awake at night continually walking cell bars and preventing them Som sleeping. He was continually Desavin- - "Take them away." Mi. and the popular Jailer Borde savs, man is is convinced that the younjg father, right mind. His inquest not in his who testified at the lunacytvvo small lost stated that young Reidago and since children some time then has never appeared to be just right in his head. The Interior Journal 55 &. This Labp1 ', ter a Re ceipt o? ill. What Does It Say to You? ,cfV vp Stanford, Lincoln County, Kentucky, Friday, July 14, 1916 Heard About Jown LANDED HORSE Tuesdays and Fridays CARTERS LEASE ST. ASAPH HOTEL) Plan to Make Old Hostelry One of Which Stanford and Traveling Public Will Be Proud. Much interest was aroused this week by the announcement that Messrs. B. D. and Carl Carter, father and son, have leased the St. Asaph with a knife. The skull was not fractured and while the injury is a very painful one, it is not considered serious. SCALPED IN AUTO ACCIDENT One of the worst auto accidents in this part of the state in some time took place in Mercer county Saturday. Wm. Lester, a mail carrier out of Rose Hill, bought a new machine a few weeks ago and with his family was out in the car. His son was at the wheel and teaching Mr. Lester how to drive. The latter changed seats with his son and drove a short distance when he lost control of the car. The machine ran onto a small wooden bridge over a shallow creek just beyond Salt river and plunged off the abutment into the water. Mr. and Mrs. Lester and their three children were in the car at the time. All escaped with minor bruises and scratches except Mrs. Lester who was almost scalped. A long gash was cut in her head from the left ear clear back to the top of her head. The flesh was laid open from the scalp as YOUNG MISCHIEF MAKERS HELD THIEF SPLINTER PIERCED HIS CHEST Crab Orchard . for alarm in has been little cause Ave cases have although tife section, disbeen reported in Louisville. The exmystery even to medical ease is a since of perts. They have Known.vim-, itcauses ,. IIIIL, 1 Ulft !( V . ALiJ-- :,-- m-anao-Tn "., , :t it nor exactly now .neenort of the fighting ntVipr are iust .i ntrntMlfra TTI f I f I .1I1U as important and just as neededdisThe are those of the physicians. in warm generally breads out ease we-th- er it is another one of the dangers that, beset baby summer Therefore many physicians conclude insect. .Some that it is spread by fly. Then why blame the common to prevent m-- f strive antueTaralysis by carefully screen do away ing houses and working to of these breeding places vdth the Other fliesneglected manure piles?the disput the blame for scientists a ease on dirty milk. Nowadays it is comparatively simple matter to make supply is pure. sure that your milkhelp prevent the do so and Why not of this scourge of childhood? Med?cal men know that the disease is child spread by the contact of a sick this,, Prevent well children. with iso-S- g and fathers, by carefully suffering children who "snuffles, innose or from running discharges cause much nasal fected Every householder of the disease. keep down epidemics can do much to simply taking a of this disease bycleaning up tilth, few precautions flies and applying down the ke a few daily habits of hygiene. examThe government's medical boys iners have played havoc with the miliin the Kentucky from the cities mobilizing at Fort tia companies proportion of those Thomas. A large accepted 'by Uncle Sam as being tit they physically for the hard sen-icundergo, appear to have will have to been the boys of the country companies. T- Mr. and Mrs. Joseph B. Paxton, of Stanford, were here a few days ago to see after their farm interests. Mrs-- Mary Douglas and son, Sam, Mrs. Nave and son, Mrs. Jack Elkin and daughter, of Danville, and Mrs. Kittie Farris, of Lexington, came over in their car last Sunday and spent a most pleasant day at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Pate King, near town. Misses Lola and Georgia Hays, of Indiana, are visiting Mr. and Mrs. James Hays and othr relatives here. Mr. Steve Teater came up from Stanford Wednesday to visit his PROTECT CHILDREN FROM INFANTILE PARALYSIS mother, Mrs. Emma Farris. Mr. Ed Rogers and wife motored is A wave of infantile paralysis country claiming from Somerset to spend Sunday with the babied fives by the hundreds. There his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Galen Rog- yKJffi ers, here. Monday. her school Miss Melsaida near Chadwick opened Preachersville on .j- 1 . e MONTGOMERY ON STUMP. The Danville Advocate said Thursday. Hon. Charles Montgomery, who is running for Congress in this district against Hon. Harvey Helm, will address the voters of this county at Mitchellsburg on Saturday afternoon, July 15th at 2 o'clock, and at four on the same afternoon he will address the voters at o'clock Perryville. Latest War News appear to The Austro-Germatemporarily at least, the have halted, Russian advance along the Stokhod. Both sides are reported to be hurling of men and huge guns into this titanic struggle. On the lower Stripa, the Russians are striking in an effort to crush Gen. Von Bothmer and flank the entire Austro-Germa- n line. The Austrians armit the Russians penetrated von Bothmer's front at some points, but assert they were driven out again in counter attacks. Important statements regarding operations on the western front were made in London by Premier Asquith Secretary and David for War. The former, in addressing the House of Commons, said the Franco-Britis- h drive was just beginning and that it would be continued indefinitely if necessary to achieve the objective sought. Mr. Lloyd-Georg- e, presiding at a conference on equipment, said the tide of victory was now flowing in the direction of the Allies and the output of ammunition soon would be overwhelming. ns Lloyd-Georg- e, ing as follows: Mr. and Mrs. James H. Robinson .announce the marriage of their daughter Sarah Taylor ..one WEDDING ANNOUNCEMENT. Handsomely engraved announcements have ben received here read- At Home after August the first Stanford, Ky. Tuesday, July the eleventh thousand nine hundred sixteen Lexington, Kentucky to Mr. R. Lee Rupley There will be preaching at the Christian church Sunday morniner and nicht. Evervbotlv invited. 0ld Glory" waves proudly from . the lofty tower tc 0rchard bprings. Our sick: Mr. Alfred Davis is very low; no improvement in his case; Uncle John Edmiston continues to grow weaker; Mr. Walter Elder's little girl is about well. There are several cases of typhoid fever near the depot, mostly among the colored people; there are also several cases of measles among the children. Mrs. Ada King is quite sick. Mr. W. E. Perkins, who had quite a spell of flux, is able to be out once more. Little James, the baby of Mr. and Mrs. James Hays, Jr., is suffering with summer complaint. Mrs. James T. Chadwick is home after a most delightful visit to her son, John, in Detroit. Dr. and Mrs. W. J. Edmiston and son, Edward, motored to Richmond, Sunday to visit Mrs. Edmiston's father, Mr. Cochran. Mr S. C. Cummins, our miller, has purchased a handsome Ford car. He makes about the 25th owner of a car in our little city. Miss Nadine McClure has returned from Paris, bringing Miss Jeannette Napier with her who will be her guest. Mrs. Luanna Hodam, of Musko-eeOkln., is with Miss Katherine Bronaugh. Mr. Curtis Gover, Jr., of New Decatur, Ala., has been visiting his cousin, Shirley Gover. A wonderful flower: We are indebted to Mrs. Margaret James for a sight of the beautiful Cereus. On Sunday night she sent us a full blown flower at 10 o'clock at night, at which time four of these flowers burst into full bloom. To those, who lilce ourselves, had never seenthis flower, it may be that a description, can, in a poor way. be interesting. The flower of purest waxen white, was shaped something like the most perfect specimen of water lily, except the center. This was round and extended far into the calyx. From this center protruded a most perfect white star and just back of it a nest of short, straw-colore- d pistils formed an exact image of a small manger, which, if examined by a microscope, we are told, holds a cross and crown. These were not discernable to the naked eye. As we looked into the waxen depths of this lovely fiower, we realized in the fullest sense what purity must mean and we saw that those petals of snowy whiteness were the most perfect in form that lay closest to the heart of the flower encircling the mimic manger, and the next row was not quite so beautiful and the next still less so, and so on, until at the very outer edge, they were not only unlike the rest in shape but the color was gone a muddy greenish white, and they fell entirely away from the others clinging downward towards the stem. And we thought of the grand sermon that could be preached from this sacred flower, if only we could wield our pen as djd Longfellow or Bryant, those lovers of nature. How we could picture the purest of earth, as those who keep nearest the lowly manger and upon whom the rays of that wonderful star still fall. These are the ones who can lead. These are the ones whose lives can enthuse and quicken those, who, like these outer petals, hang hopeless and weary, whose very lives cast forth a religious fervor, which, like the perfume of this wonderful flower, permeates the atmosphere all around them, speaking much plainer than words: "We are in touch with the Master." These flower petals opened wide at about 10 P. M., closing at 4 A.M., and although we put the flower in fresh water and tried hard to keep it until the next day, its petals closed firmly oyer the manger and shut it from view. Thus a bautiful glimpse of heaven may be found in a flower. Its ' closing reminded us that God will not always strive with man. two-year-o- ld e, Night-Bloomi- ng five-petal- ed Three Pickaninnies Caught Breaking M. S. Baughman, local Overland Into Poultry Yards. agent sold a Model 83 touring car to Sam Matheny this week. Joe Will Baughman and Buck Miss Jennie 'Dickerson and Dr. K. Baughman, two small negro boys, P. Prewitt were married at Richmond (Thursday at noon. BoIJi about 10 or 11 years of age are John M. Mount has withdrawn in the county jail on a burglary from the firm of J. R. Mount & Co., charge and will be sent to the Re- at Lancaster, to enter other busiform School in all probability when ness. circuit court meets, to which they Teddy Aldridge seems to be makhave been held over. Buster Love- ing a very satisfactory improvement less, a boy and their com- from the injuries he sustained in the panion was released by Judge Bai- auto accident. ley when the trio were brought beMaurice T). Spoonamore, of Louis-vil- l, formerly of the Hubble section, fore him in county court Thursday, as he is under the age that incorri- has bought the J. E. Davis drug store The new owner is a gible children must have attained to at Danville. son of Henry Spoonamore. enter the reform school. These pickNews has been received by his aninnies are charged with breaking Woods, here, sev- mother, Mrs. Adelia into Estill Carter's poultry pens eral times. Other petty offenses are that her son, Higgins Woods, undercharged against them also. In fact, went an operation for appendicitis they with several other negro boys in Cincinnati Monday and appears about their age, are continually on to be doing nicely. Mr. Woods susMain street, and seem to be looking tained a stroke of appendicitis Satphysicians advised an opfor opportunities to commit some urday and once to save his eration at life. mischief. Much complaint has been Who was he? The Danville Advo- made about them and unless some radical improvement is seen they will cate said Thurs Jay: Marshal C. L. "go over the road" before they are Winfrey arrive t in Danville this morning with aj prisoner from Lin-i- s much older. coin county, who charged with sell ine: liquor witl: out government li- LOST THEIR INFAKT SON. cense. Mr. and Mrs. John J. Carter, or !Wht Hughes died at her Danville, formerly, of Hall's Gap, hTYjpHK '. jMurksbury section oi this county, have the sincere sympa- uanaiz i.xo.iuiiyf one was a jjreau-authy of many friends here upon the of Mrs. J. V. Acey of this city, death of their little son Earl Rose and was born ii Lincoln county '90 Carter, who passed away a few days years ago ajid Eved in this county ago. The remains of the little one the greater portion of her life. were brought back to their old home Mrs. C. H. Campbell, with her moin this county for interment. ther, Mrs. N. P. IPruitt, arrived here Saturday from their home in Stanford, to make their home in this secNE,W HEAD OF REFORM SCHOOL tion Mrs. Campbell is the wife of Prin- Appointed By .Stanley Has Interest- the popular proprietor of the settle ess Cafe and they intend to ing Record to Qualify Him here and grow with the community. We extend them a welcome in the Gov. Stanley has just had a man name of the district. Moneta Ledwith a rather remarkable record ap- ger, Los Angeles, Cal. pointed head of the State Reform Col. J. H. Daigh, of Waynesburg, at Greendale, where he will have di- was down early in the week to see rect charge of the work of making his daughter, Mrs, E. C. Jordan and better the bad boys and girls from all Mr. Jordan, the latter of whom conover the state. A dispatch from Lou- tinues very ill. Col. Daigh is a memisville said this of Howell: Ernest J. ber of the real estate firm of Millard Howell, who has been named Super- & Daigh, who handle a lot of fine intendent of the Greendale House of farm properties in the southern porReform, went to Owensboro a num- tion of this and in other neighboring ber of years ago from West Louis- counties. He contracted with the I. ville, where he was engaged as a J. for several thousand catalogues barber and ran a "soft drink" stand. snowing the splendid properties his He was employed in a barber shop in firm has for prospective homeseekers. Owensboro for several months and The I. J. prints all of the then went into the saloon business farm catalogues for real estate dealwith William Powell under the firm ers in this section pf the state. The Danville Advocate says: Mrs. name of Powell & Howell. While in the saloon business Howell was in- Logan Wood entertained with a dicted on the charge of permitting beautiful party in honor of her gambling at his place. The indict nieces, Miss Margie Lynn, of Stanment never came to trial. Howell ford, and Miss Margaret Claunch, of claimed that his partner operated the Somerset, who are her house guests. game above the saloon. When Gov. Rook was the game enjoyed by these Stanley was congressman in the sec- young people. The tables were ond district he was preparing to rec- placed on the porch, which was ommend Howell fdr postmaster at beautifully decorated for the occaOwensboro but suddenly wtihdrew sion in ferns and garden flowers. his name after a strong protest had Blue was the color scheme and was been lodged in Washington. Howell carried out in the table covers, place-card- s, was Stanley's campaign manager in flowers and confections. A Daviess county for several years. He delicious salad course, with sandwas chairman of the campaign com- wiches and an ice, was served. Those mittee last year when Stanley came prsent were: Miss Margie Lynn, of very near losing the county. On Stanford; Miss Margaret Claunch, of Monday Howell, who is a deputy Somerset; Miss Alice Montgomery, sheriff, struck Earl Mattingly, a col- Miss Louise Nichols, Miss Katherine lector for the wholesale liquor house Rawson, Miss Katherine Harbison, of George D. Mattingly & Company, Miss Porter Hudson, Miss Margaret at Owensboro. The young man was Wells, Miss Dorothy Mahan, Miss talking to Howell on the court house Elizabeth King, Miss Elizabeth Fox, steps in regard to an account of Miss Annie Fox, Miss Eizabeth Har$21.75 which was contracted by How- lan, Miss Curtis Beulah, Miss Joy ell last November. Howell, Matting- Taylor, Miss Sara Shelby, Miss Dorly alleges, suddenly struck him two othy Ganfield. vicious blows. The first blow split the young man's lips. The second, he BEECH GROVE School began at White's school thought, broke his nose. The young man has defective eyes and wears Monday. Miss Melsadia Chadwick is glasses. The glasses were broken the teacher and a splendid session is and his face covered with blood. How looked for. Mr. and Mrs. Add Stephens and ell apologized'' to him, saying that his nasty temper got the best of him. children visited Mrs. Marie Smith He accompanied the young man to a Saturdaynight and Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Davis and store and bought him a new shirt and then paid for his glasses. It is un- daughters attended the meetingv at derstood that the young man is con- Dripping Springs. Mrs. G. W. SpangTer and daughsidering filing a damage suit against ter, Copie, visited their brother and Howell. uncle, Mr. King at Crab Orchard on NOTICE OF SALE Sunday. Ella Hoskins spent Monday Miss with Mrs. Bruce Fagaly at Stanford. Mr. Frank Spangler attended SunThe undersigned as Administrator of the estate of Mrs. Mattie Kirby, day school at Beech Grove Sunday. Miss Isabelle Pettingill spent the deceased, will on Fourth with her friend, Miss Ella Wednesday, July 19th, 1916, Rigsby. Mr. Bob Shaw spent last at about the hour of 2 o'clock P. M., Mondayand Mrs.Mr. and Mrs. James with sell at public auction to the highest Shaw. and best bidder at her late home on Mrs. John Hoskins and Mr. Main street, in the city of Stanford, childrenand visited Mr. and Mrs. George Lincoln county, Kentucky, the at Hammond's Lick Sunday. described personal property: HoskinsWalter Smith has purchased a Mr. Na1 share of stock in the First tional Bank, of Stanford, Ky. 1 pi- new machine. ano, household and kitchen furniture WELL'S STORE. ,'' including beds, wardrobes, School began at Clearfork last bookdressing tables, chairs, cases, tables, rugs, carpets, stoves, Monday with a good attendance. The singing at Clearfork which etc. There is included in this furniture quite a bit of Antique Furniture is being conducted by Rev. George Thompson will close next Sunday. which you should see. Said sale will be upon a credit of We hope to have Mr. Thompson teach three months with the privilege to another one for us soon, as this one the purchaser to pay cash on day of has been a great success. Attorney Herbert Reynolds, of sale or at any time within three this place has moved to Stanford to months thereafter. The purchaser or purchasers will be required to ex- make his future home. He will be ecute to the undersigned as admin- greatly missed by his many friends istrator of said Mrs. Mattie Kirby, here. Squirrel hunting is good in this notes for the purchase price of articles bought by them, which notes section and is being properly looked shall be secured by good and approv- after thru this wet spell One of C. A. Wells' mules while ed personal security and shall bear wallowing in the stable, got his 4egs interest at the rate of six per cent through a crack. He was badly per annum from date until paid. All sums less than $10 will be for cash. skinned but nothing serious. The women folk are rejoicing over the heavy blackberry crops, but not J. N. Menefee, Jr., Admr., of the estate of Mrs. Matie Kirby. 2t so much over the price of sugar. W. H. Wells of near Crab Orchard, A SPECIAL OFFER From now who has been at Somerset for several dayfc taking treatment under noto Nov. 10th, after the election, the ted Indian doctor, is stoppingthe few a I. J. can give you the I. J. one year, days with his brother, C. A. Wellsj the Louisville Evening Post to Nov. near Eubank. C. A. Wells hs a nice bunch of 10th and Home and Farm one year, shoats he is cttinf rendy for the all for $2. August' market nt . up-to-da- East End Young Man Charged With Former Casey Boy Meets Horrible Theft of tterman'f Nag. Death in Motorcycle Race Francis Weatherford and 'Jailer George F. DeBorde arrested a horse thief Thursday in Elmer Denny, a youth of 22, of the Broughtontown section of the county. He had purloined a good horse belonging to a German of his section named Gris-hoand was attempting to sell the animal. He called on John M. Cress at his home near Preachersville, and was insistent on that gentleman buy him at $80. Mr. Cress grew suspicious and phoned the authorities here. Denny had left Mr. Cress' when the officers arrived but they overook him and brought him to town and placed him in jail. A big gun was found on the youngstei, who will likely remain in jail until the next term of circuit court. The horse was returned to its owner. ff COL. WALTON PRESS AGENT Ken- For Democratic Campaign in tucky A Good Selection. campaign in The Wilson-Marsha- ll Kentucky will be officially begun in Kentucky when the Democrats open headquarters at the Seelbach hotel in Louisville on August 14. This decision was arrived at by State Campaign Chairman J. Campbell Cantrill, and his committeemen in a conference at the Capital Hotel at Frankfort. The committeemen in attendance were Eli H. Brown, Jr., Dr. Milton Board, S. W. Hager, Forrest Butts, Tom Pannell, secretary. The speaking campaign will be in charge of Congressman Arthur B. Rouse, and will begin about September 1. Col. W. P. Walton, formerly of Stanford and one of the best known newspaper men in the state, now livchosen head of ing in Lexington,-wathe press bureau, and will soon start actively to work. For the present his headquarters will be in Lexington, but he will have his office at the State Headquarters, when they are s te -- opened. As chief of the campaign press bureau Col. Walton was given authority to employ what assistance he home. The factory in which he workneeds in the way of stenographers ed was shut down at the time of his to conduct an aggressive publicity funeral. He is survived campaign. Col. Walton was chief of mother, two brothers, Lonzy, by his who is the campaign press bureau four years ago, being appointed at that in the army at Columbus, New Mexico, John Frank, of time by Campaign Chairman John- three sisters, Mrs. IndianaDolis and Ed Coffman, of son N. Camden. Edgewood, Ind., Mrs. Harry Nutter and Mrs. Joe O'Connell of IndianapoROOK CLUB ENTERTAINED. lis. He had many friends and relaThe Rook Club was entertained by tives in Lincoln and Casey counties, Mrs. R. C. Hocker, on Tuesday last Kentucky. A friend, O. J. Coffman. at her beautiful country home on the Knob Lick pike. The house and A friend of the I. J. in Indianapolis sends in the following account of the untimely death of Albert S. Blanken-shi- p, who was killed there last week in a motorcycle accident. He was well known in this section: Albert Scott Blankenship, aged 24, was killed almost instantly July 4th afternoon when the motorcycle upon which he had just finished the le course at the state fair grounds smashed into the fence at the first turn past the finish mark. His body was hurled thro' the air for a distance of 20 feet, striking as it landed a special policeman, who suffered a fractured leg and other injuries. The dead man wasan amateur rider and had competed in a few races previous to the Fourth. He had just finished this race and was rounding the turn to slow down after the final lap. Suddenly he seemed to lose control of his machine. The motorcycle swerved in its course and dashed into a pole on the side of the track, a large sliver of wood from which penetrating the young man's chest, causing almost instant death. Blankenship was employed in a mattress factory. When he finished his work Monday and started away the foreman begged him not to enter the races the next day, telling him that if he did so, he might have to advertise for another mattress finisher. The boys who worked with him also urged him not to risk his life, but he could not be dissuaded and told his fellow workmen if he was killed to throw in 25 cents a "piece and buy forget-me-nofor his funeral, which was what they did. Blankenship's mother is Mrs. Minerva Blankenship, 230 McKim avenue. She came from Casey county, when her children were small and made Indianapolis her home. "Aunt" Minerva has tried hard to raise her children and keep her little family together. Now they are all grown She has a son jn the army. Scott had not been out of the army very long. He was the only support his mother had. Scott was a nice young man and had many friends in his adopted 10-mits Hotel from E. C. Jordan, and will assume charge the 15th. It is understood that the young Mr. Carter will be actively in charge, giving all of his time to the hotel, assisted by his wife and mother, so that his father may give all of the time necessary to the City Marshalship. The Messrs. Carter plan to make a number of improvements in the famous old hostelry and place it upon a modern, and b. sis which will make it one of the mst popular small town hotels in tie state. The hotel will be cmlctc'y renovated, and new furniture : and other improvements made. Special attention will be pu". t" the cuisine, it is understood,-- ari it is the intention of the nc-- r r Tutors to make the St. Asaph a h'tel pubthat Stanford and the travel lic will have cause to be pr, uJ rf. up-to-d- jt it n. General News Notes Democrats of Iowa in conerticn endorsed prohibition and Wil-oCornelius Bliss has been chose as treasurer of the national republican campaign fund. The Blue Grass fair at Lexington has hung up 81,200 besides six big stakes with $100 of more added money for the saddle horses this year. Three Mt. Sterling negroes were caught with 30 quarts of whi!:y in automobile coming from Lexington. They had been suspected of boctbg-gin- g before. The school census in Kentucky shows an increase of over 2,100 as compared with last year. There was a decrease in the number of negro children. Armed hunters are patrolling the New York and New Jersey cca ts, while others line the beaches, ir a g dillijrent search for sharks. M. W. Savage, of Minneapolis, manufacturer of a stock food, and owner of Dan Patch, died a day after the death of his famous pacing man-eatin- porches were beautifully decorated with a profusion of garden flowers. Refreshments, consisting of iced tea and sandwiches were served at the conclusion of the 'game. The guests were: Mesdames G. G. Perry, T. A. Rice, J. S. Rice, G. B. Cooper, J. B. Foster, R. T. Bruce, E. P. Woods, Betie Bush, W. C. Shanks, J. H. Woods, W. A. Tribble, E. J. Brown, S. M. Saufley, J. B. Paxton, T. W. Pennington, J. C. Bailey, Misses Willie Hocker, Pine Bluff, Ark., Sue Woods, Mary Burch and Esther Burch. BEE LICK The farmers say they are glad to see the good rain that fell this week. Mr. M. G. Reynolds, who has been very low with typhoid fever, is some better at this writing. We hope he will recover soon. Mr. Elbert Elder has been very ill with typhoid fever, but is improving some now. Mr. Lara Owens has been on the sick list but is able to be out again. Mr. John Stringer, Jr., will leave in a few days for an unknown destination. Dr. H. H. Isaacs has sold his farm and all of his personal property and with his family is at the home of his father G. W. Isaacs at Wodstock for a few days. J. R. Taylor, the hustling merchant at Crab Orchard, and his famS. P. ily visited his father-in-laMcWilliams, last Sunday. They remained over till Monday. Their many friends were glad to see Mr. and Mrs. Tavlor in this sction. W. T. Taylor and Onan Taylor w, fol-.owi- ng wash-stands- store house. They are now building Rogers and wife and Lester Hatfield a dwelling for Mrs. Joe Broughton, and wife were among the guests at Judge For Yourself , near Crab Orchard. E. G. Baugh's Sunday. Mr. Eugene Wall and Miss Sadie Experimsr.t is Better Try were of News of ' Churches Singleton, Mr. Pleasant Point, Sunday Which Profit By a an Stanford Or C. M. Young's callers at Citizen's Experience evening. Presbyterian church, Sunday, July Rev. E. E. Young and family of 11 o'clock; C. E. Topic, "Purity, Something new experiment. 16: Sunday school 9:30; service at Pekin, Ind., also Miss Grace Young, I Must be proved is an as represent to be Temperance and Strength" Daniel of Louisville, are expected to arrive the 17th to visit the homefolks for a ed 1:8-2The statement or a manufacturer Methodist church, Sunday, July few c'ays. is not convincing proof of merit. Mi--. Fred L. Cook and wife of New 16: Sunday school at 9:30; preachBut the endorsement of friends is. ing by the pastor at 10:45; Epworth Albany surprised his grandmother, Now supposing you had a bad back, Mrs. Lizzie Cook and other relatives League at 7:00 p. m. Union Service A lame, weak or achin gone. by slipping in on them July 4th. It at court house or Christian church. Would you experiment on it? is his first visit here in 12 years. He Services at the usual hours at the You will read of many W. R. Cook, who Baptist church Sunday. Preaching is the oldest son of morning and evening. used to make this his home. He cures, by the pastor Endorsed by strangers from far-aa- y Morning subject: "Fruit Bearing." went from here to Science Hill to see places. Evening subject: "Houses on the his other grandparent, the Rev. John It's different when the endorseGodbey. Rocks and the Sand." Mr. and Mrs. Jake Young are re- ment conies from home. George D. Hopper, is back from Easy to prove local testimony. ceiving congratulations over the arMadison county where he lead the Read this Stanford case: in a couple of weeks' revival rival of a new son. singing D. C. Dyehouse, Whitley avenue, Vtid VlVrttVlor T?PV WTT1 nnnrlnnl-aJohn Rogers and daughter, Mrs. lT "Hopper at the Presbyterian church, Alvin Gooch went to Somerset to see Stanford says: "My back was so sore painful that was hard for doctor. at White Station. There were eigcc the Indian D. Williams and children, andget around foritdays at a time. me to I Mrs. T. additions and the meeting was a of Cincinnati, are here to put up tried everything but didn't seem to way. splendid one in every get anything that would bring me Rev. C. C. Fisher, D. D., Presi blackberries and visit friends. Mr. and Mrs. Kelly McGuffey and relief 'until' I used Doan's Kidney College, dent of Millersburg Female proved to be what I with some members of his family, son attended church here Sunday and Pills. Theyby the needed and time I had finishWednesday with Rev. Welburn visited Mrs. Chestnut. spent Lillie Roberts, of Stanford, ed three boxs, the pain in my back Mrs. and family. They were out in the had left and I felt better in every interest of the college. While here who visited her parents, Mr. N. W. way." week, is preparing to move arrangements were concluded by Hall this Price 50c, at all dealers. Don't which Miss Edith Welburn is to re- to Irvine soon. will be no preaching here simply ask for a kidney remedy get There turn to Millersburg for some post the same that graduate work and Is to fill a posi- Snnilnv on account of the auarterlv Doan's Kidney Pilk Foster-Milbur- n meeting at Parlor Grove and the pas Mr. Dyehouse had. tion as preceptress and accompanist 1 , Co., Propn., Buffalo, N. Y. ,or having to be there. in the college. have completed J. R. Taylors new champion. Over 660,000 women are now employed in the war munitions factories Altogether the total in England. number of war workers is given at 3,500,000. Gov. McCreary resigned last week as president of the Kentucky Rural There is much rejoicing over the Credits Association and now J. C. VanMeter and J. L. Watkins have good rains. resigned as secretary and treasurer, Blackberry season has just opened and several peddlers will soon be at respectively. Lee Murphy, a young Robert E. work. lawyer of Lexington, but who was Mrs. Julia Graybeal and children, born in Garrard county, is making of Fercruson. havp hppn visitinw "Mrs the race for the democratic nominaJennie Baugh and other relatives in tion for congress in the Seventh distnis section. trict against Campbell Cantrill. Capt. Foster Helm of a Lexington Hardin Young and sisters, Misses Pearl Cook, Evelyn Baugh, Lela Lew- company, and Capt. William Broad-du- s, is, Mrs. Hen Baugh and children atof the Richmond militia company, were among those rejected by tended the picnic at Jumbo. Mrs. Matt Young got a fall Satur- the U. S. medical examiners as unfit day which resulted in a fracture physically for army servce. Health authorities in every town from which she is suffering very and city in Kentucky were ordered much. Dr. Laswell is waiting on her. campaigns to to inaugurate clean-u- p Mr. G.W. Baugh is very low again. guard against an outbreak of infanMaster Durward Young has been tile paralysis in a proclamation isvery sick this week. sued Thursday by the State Board Mrs. Ruhame Young and Mrs. C. of Heath. That a fleet of Zppelin freight-carrie- rs M. Young are still on the sick list. will soon be making trips to Miss Fannie Young began school by Maywood on the 3d. Mr. Greer, America, was the forecast madesubnear Capt. Koenig, of the merchant formerly of Pike county, but now living at Parlor Grove, has been en- marine Deutschland, to Baltimore gaged to teach this school and will city officials Thursday. Ambassador von Bernstorff inspected the vessel begin the 17th. during the day. Mr. Virgil Hale, who spent the More than a score of society womFourth with his parents here, has re- en, including Mrs. Oscar Lewishon, turned to his work at Piqua, Ohio. formerly Edna May, the actress, narHis sister, Miss Malissa Hale went rowly escaped death from lightning back with him. on the grounds of a golf club at Mrs. Freddie Young, has joined Great Neck, Long Island, late Thursher husband at Piqua, O., where he day when Felix Jacobus, a caddy, has a good position. was struck and killed within a few Rev. Stansfil, of the Nazarine feet of them. As the body of the church, preached at the M. E. church caddy was carried from the field all the women in the party fell on their Sunday morning. Mr. and Mrs. John Rogers, Roscoe knees and prayed. Highland t 0. so-cal!- rd l The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky: Friday, July 14, 1916 Sickness is bad; to lose your job is worse; but poverty is the vorst calamity of all. The Interior Journal S. M. SATJFLEY, NOT ENOUGH CHILDREN Editor and Proprietor ever receive the proper balance of food to sufficiently nourish both body and $1 a Year in Advance. Paper Stops When brain during the growing period when Time For "Which It ie Paid, Expires. nature's demands are greater than in mature life. This is shown in so many Ky. pale faces, lean bodies., frequent colds, Entered ct the Postoffice at Stanford, and lack of ambition. For all such children we say with unmistakable earnestness: They need Scott's Emulsion, anil need it now. It possesses in concentrated form the very The Interior Journal is authorized food elements to enrich their blood. It to announce the following candidates, changes weakness to strength ; it makes subject to the Democratic Primary, them sturdy and strong. No alcohol. August 5, 1916: Scott & Bowne, Eloomfield, N.J. FOR CONGRESS CHARLES P. MONTGOMERY EIGHTH DISTRICT POLITICS an Second Class Mail Matter Men's Underwear When you say underwear you mean Munsing-wea- r. Cfl neces-essaril- Announcements y HARVEY HELM n-- a his mdnev safe mMiw?rff??r&:zi74rjar t3s?&SsHr in the Bank.so when. j0 iiii adversity comes lie is rr.vj wvix&na'ssrzi . The Man with Money fwv? prepared Jbr itr "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 OUR bank. We pay 3 per cent, interest. 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 Young Men. We give special attention to our line of Furnishings. You will find we have the new things in Shirts, Collars, Ties, Socks, Etc. W. E. PERKINS, Crab Orchard, Kentucky Rakes and Hoes, Water Coolers and Binder Twine. See us before you buy T. D. Newland & Son, Opposite the Court-Hous- e, Phone No. 168. Stanford, Kentucky. In just what way there was "perversion" or "misrepresentation" of the Congressional Record as charged by Congressman Helm, in his effort 1 1 Munsing is made for every style man 1 to bolster up his record as a "consistent upholder of the President," by the big fat short man the lean tall the author of a few incongruvial observations upon Helm's said record man and the man of regular form. We in a recent advertisement in this pacarry the Union Suits for all these shapper, it is hard to fully understand. In discussion of Helm's part upon severed fellows; with the drop seat, the senal bills, considered by all the party leaders of unusual importance and sible, comfortable seat; easy to loose or il M moment to the country, the exact : record of the vote was quoted. Mr. fasten; all sizes. Three prices $1.00, Helm takes the pains, it seems, not $ 1 .50 and $2.00. Also B. V. D. Unions to deny that. He does not deny that he did not vote for the Banking and $1.00 the suit. England is sending out a great Currency act, favored by the Presicatchers" in an dent, but thinks, probaby, that his fleet of "submarine effort to capture the German mer- speech in support of it whether he Cool and comfortable underwear is the chant submarine Deutschland which voted for it or not should satisfy brought a cargo safely across to this his constituents and the President. kind you want what we offer country early in the week and is now Mr. Helm does not deny that he loading a cargo for Germany and did not vote upon the Immigration p will soon put to sea. It will be a bill and in this instance seemiulM i great chase wtih the odds in favor great unction to his soul 'tttflpcct-in-g of the Deutschland. the observations made in connec-tio- n with this bill. It is true that the President was NOT for this bill, as Moreland. Mr. Helm says. The President vetoed it. The House then took it up pass it over the PresThe base ball team at this place to endeavor toMr. Helm, ident's veto. the "consisdeserves great praise and admiration then and their excellent games should be tent" friend of the President voted up as soon as they are play- did vote upon the bill. But he written ed, but the correspondent has been AGAINST the President. He voted to pass the bill over the President's so busy he failed to write about the veto. The Record great game that was played on July shows he cast Congressional such a vote. our team and the one 4th between The sole and single question inCH1GGER PREVENTIVE. In regard to the anti-trubills, Hustonville from McKinney, at this place. Mr. Helm's explanation of "unavoid- volved, as it appears to a layman, is If a bath in hot water or in water AB R H PO A E Moreland whether or not the Democrats of the containing salt or strong soap is tak0 1 able delay" at the funeral of Sena- Eighth congressional 6 2 D. Peyton, lb district tor Bradley is amply sufficient; tho' the same view as did Mr. Helm. take Dunn Sandidge returned to en within a few hours after exposure B. Burket, If ...... 6 3 2 0 0 0 a great many Do of the members who they look at Green Sunday to resume 041 Singleton, ss ...... 6 that question as did the studiesjn a business collge there, his in shrubbery and weeds infected af--' 6 3 0 2 0 1 were "unavoidably" absent when im- Messrs. Clark and Underwood Myers, rf and measures came a J. Peyton, p ...... 6 2 4 2 0 0 portant to have believedto their vote, Langley and Powers or do they look ter a pleasant stay with friends and with chiggers, or "red bugs" no ill posieffect will be experienced, says an 0 0 seemed 2 6 McClure, 3b at it as did Woodrow Wilson. And relatives. 0 tion on them sufficiently important if the latter, can they be blamed if 0 2 5 Mrs. Uriah Dunn accomnanied D. exchange. After a long exposure Hanson, 2b 5 3 2 14 1 1 to have arranged pairs and to have they should prefer to be represented W. Dunn to Stanford Monday. She J. Burket, c The in the congressional halls at Washing- will be the guest of her sister, Mrs. however, a bath has practically D 3 3 0 0 0 them recorded in the Record. Taylor, cf Record does not show that Mr. Helm and direct remedies are neton by a man who can be relied upon Fowler. cessary. After irritation has set in, 18 27 5 4 arranged a pair on either of these always to look at a big national ques51 19 Total G. C. Dunn came in from NashMcKinney AB R H PO A E important bills when they were up, tion from the. viewpoint of Woodrow ville Friday to spend his vacation and small red spots appear, the apDemo0 2 2 and therefore the effect of a 5 Riffe, ss Wilson, rather than that of Clark or with his parents. plication of a moderately strong socratic vote was lost in each instance. Underwood 9 5 Conway, lb or Langley or Powers? In regard to the repeal of the Pan- - j Wm. Moreland is spending a few lution of ammonia to the affected 0 Dayton, p 5 It's wholly in the point of view. Think 5 0 0 0 0 0 ama xons rixempuon Act, tne con- it over, Mr. Eighth District Demo- - days here with friends. parts is recommended by the United Baugh, rf gressman from the Eighth evidently Marion Humphrey motored up States Department of Agriculture's ...... 4 0 1 10 1 2 Jones, c from Casey Thursday, and spent the E. Tanner, 3b .. 4 1 1 1 0 0 does not claim any "perversion" or A WILSON DEMOCRAT. "misrepresentation" of the record, entomologists. A supernatural soluday on business. Epperson, 2b.... 4 0 2 3 7 0 which shows he was the only Demotion bicarbonate of soda or common P. Tanner, cf .... 4 Miss Kate Warriner is spending a Nice Little Farm at 0 cratic member from Kentucky to DEWilder, If .......... 4 0 cooking soda or saleratus will afford few days at Crab Orchard Springs. SERT THE PRESIDENT and to Stanley Stephenson sold to Joe relief. Liberal applications should 40 3 10 24 12 4 vote alongside of Messrs. Langley Total PUBLIC SALE Gann, two yearling steers for $9S. and Powers the two Republican membe made until the irritation subsides. The public and graded school at Joe Gann bought of W. A. Cooke If the suffering is severe this place opened Monday the 10th bers from Kentucky. He explains, a diluted a mare for which he with an enrollment of 88. A num- however that he stood with Speaker tincture of iodine or collodion should paid $190. Having bought a farm, I will on Clark, Oscar Underwood and other ber of patrons were present and party leaders on Ray Murphy sold a sow and nine be lightly applied. this bill. However, splendid opening address heard the it might be pointed out, neither Mr. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 16, 1916, pigs to Joe Gann for $32. given by Rev. Enos Waggoner, of Joe Gann sold to James Yowell Clark is a canthe Methodist church. An organ has didate nor Mr. Underwood the United beginning at two o'clock, p. m., sell two black yearlings for $120. Gann for president of been obtained for the school and States, nor the uncontested leader of to the highest bidder on the premises made $22 profit on these. splendid exercises are held every the Mr. and Mrs. Hill Spalding of LexDemocratic party in the nation. located about six miles from Stanmorning. ington motored here Sunday and The Democratic party has to win its Miss Adelaide Stivers, of Louisford and four miles from Crab Or- spent day with Dr. Alcorn and ville, is the guest of Mrs. Thos. King. fight in November upon the official chard on the Boone Way, a nice family.the acts and record of Wodrow Wilson Mr. and Mrs. Logan Moser and When Use Good We have daughter, Marion, motored over j and not of Champ Clark or Oscar home, containing 20 acres of good this week. had several nice showers j Underwood. And the Democratic ground; a nice You Write? house, hall from Hamilton, Ohio, and spent last party in the Eighth Great preparations are being made district will be and porch, in good condition. Good week with his brother, J. J. Moser here ior the Kadclihe Chautauqua We immeasurably stronger in November Print and other relatives at this place. with a candidate for congress who is barn 32x60 feet, crib, hen house, which will be held here August 11 to Do It known to take the same position on smoke house and all necessary out- 14. national affairs that Woodrow Wil- - buildings. It is a splendid location . son takes and not Champ Clark or' i Underwood. No one will gainsay, for a blacksmith shop and country iiimiMitiifitti K ttiuimittfiMii r however, but that if Mr. Helm believ store. There is a splendid well of . 'mM 111 SEESEaasEiz&i i I!.. .... amaiaf idiini ifi ed they were right and Woodrow water on the porch. g HA iii'l Wilson was wrong on the Panama Terms: $1,000 cash; balance on question, he did the eminently propBlood mcsrss Gall Stones, Cancer and Ulcers of er thing in voting as he did. No one time. the Stomach and Intestines, will censure him in the least for castW. A. BRENT, Owner. Yellow Jaundice, Ap- ing his vote as his conscience dictatJ. B. Dinwiddie, Auctioneer. ed, regardless of how any man stood. pendicitis and other fatal ailments If the position he took indicated LSm result from Stomach Trouble. Thou- viewpoint of this bill, he should his be r mz3 I sands of Stomach Sufferers owe highly commended for maintaining HARRY JACOBS I Will their complete recovery to Mayr's an inflexible attitude and immutable Dealer In Wonderful Remedy. Unlike any position on it regardless of the fact Mil IlliBHIfcfc" gj IIII that the greatest president in half a Fine Monumental Work l1 V jwif I . V other for Stomach Ailments, century and the matchless leader of V$S8H .The Swift Spe w Stanford, Ky. 'A sale by Penny's drug store, Sta.iioru, the democratic party, stood the cham- Cemetery Hill, " .ww..iAl ATLANTA, CA. ?ftl " Ky., and druggists everywhere. Closed on Saturday & Phone 164 pion of the other side. Some of the newspapers over the Eighth district are using clippings from our "Eighth District Politics" column with credit to the I. J., as if it were editorial. Such matter is Paid Advertising for the benefit of various and sundry candidates, furnished by friends and different candidates to this paper-- , and paid for at the usual rates. Sometimes it represents the views of the I. J., and sometimes it does not, and our brethren of the press arc requested not to use any of it as editorial matter from this paper, f&r it is not, but is advertising, pure and simple. The label Munsing in a garment is a guarantee that it is a perfect garment perfect in workmanship perfect in its proportions perfect in its quality. it I HI if jIFw at yu- that's :&ssj- McRoberts & Bailey st 17 13 12 10 no-effec-t, 12 10 1210 10 00000 110 four-year-o- ld I Do You Paper five-roo- m J and Can Anything Right II I m5SK3B Auto-Intoxicatio- issdfetf'Th Pure II I wpj fell gm n, PP MakeYoyr BfoodftirejKggS -- tS? 0q m DANVILLE'S BIG FAIR FOR 1916 New Management $2,500.00 In Premiums Splendid Attractions Big Roadster Ring Each Day of Fair Ladies' Free First Day HUGH TARKINGTON, President Littlejohn's Big Carnival on the Grounds c i AUGUST 2nd, 3rd And 4th, 1916 tm J. BEECHER ADAMS, Secretary M 1,. '(Oi&t: 15?$ The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky: Friday, July 14, 1916 THE OCCASION OF OCCASIONS QQ cd cd H 5T 79 ! The Mt. Vernon Fair, Aug. 9, 10 and 11 THIS IS THE FAIR TO GO TO THE PLACE TO MEET YOUR FRIENDS AND VISIT WITH THEM. WE WELCOME OUR NEIGHBORS FROM ADJOINING COUNTIES TO ONE OF THE BIGGEST AND BEST FAIRS IN EASTERN KENTUCKY C. D. SUTTON, President -- P3 ft t 0 WRITE FOR YOUR CATALOG otf" Soat -- W. H. FISH, Secretary tmgg&sx&Su&M&10&u Statement of 3Q A Mothers Wish is that she may go through the trying ordeal of motherhood with as little pain as possible this can be a reality when "Mother's Friend" has been used regularly precedinj ailedjreeto bxpoclant Tcrliicrf on 'fifrtTerTooa. The First National Bank Of Stanford, Ky., H7fi confinement. Get June 30th, 191 6J . QradfieB. &uJPLur Xi? uijamarMuajiuaataaa. r "Mother's Friend" at your druggist. fcte RESOURCES: Miss Mary Walden Gooch is with Mr. and Mrs. James Mershon of very shortly. Lancaster friends. Lebanon Junction, visited relatives Mrs. W. A. Tribble, Miss Dorothv Miss Nancy Yeager is the guest of here early in the week. Banking House 6,798.50 Tribble and Miss Eloise TJnrirpss. friends in Mt. Sterling. Mrs. Lucy Miller Bartley went to who has been a guest in the 32,871.40 Miss Florence Trueheart has re- Paris Thursday to visit Mrs. George nome, went to Mason countyTribble Cash and Due from Banks today turned from Pittsburg, Pa., where Stewart for several weeks. to visit Mrs. Tribble's parents. she has spent the past school term. Total, Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Saunders hnvp $339,434.27 Mrs. Leila Cook has returned from y Mrs. James Mnndnv nn1 flnncTifnn Lexington, where she was the guest rented the house on East Miss Thelma Munday, of Louisville', j of Mr and Mrs. Porter Stagg several Main street, which will be vacated LIABILITIES: by Mr. and Mrs. B. D. Carter when are visiting relatives in this county. ' days. Mrs Hugh Noe accompanied by they take charg of the St. Asaph Mr. and Mrs. James A. Beazley, of Capital, Surplus and Profits $80,735.50 Lancaster, visited Mr. and Mrs. W. Miss Nancy Noe and Master Hugh Hotel. W. Hays and J. L. Beazley here this Davis Noe went to Springfield 50,000.00 Circulation Thursday to visit her mother Mrs. AT CXAB ORCHARD SPRINGS week. 203,698.77 Deposits Mr. Evan Lyon and daughter, Mrs. S. C. VanArsdale. Late arrivals at Crab Orchard C. R. Coleman, of the Coleman A. L. Coelman, of Boye, are spendSprings Hotel are as follows: Bills Payable 5,000.00 ing the day with friends in Stan- Mining Company, Cary, Bell county, From Owensboro: Mrs. S. H. Hudspent Tuesday with his family here ford. son, Miss Margaret L. Hudson, Robt. and Wednesday in Louisville on bu- Leslie Total, !$339,434.27 Miss Margie Lynn is the guest of siness. Hudson, Mrs. James Hodge, her aunt, Mrs. Logan Wood, at DanMrs. Mary Logan, who has been Mrs. Margaret Brodie, Reid Brodie. ville, and is having a number of de- visiting her daughter in St. Petersburg, Fla.: Mr. and the South. from H. A. Dann; lightful affairs given in her honor. Mrs. Dividend of 3 per cent, declared, payable on demand from Carlisle Mr. is spending several weeks here with Mr. and Mrs. John B. Foster mot- her daughter, Mrs. J. G. Weather-for- d and Mrs. J. W. Berry, Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Ratliff, G. W. Nipert, Cincinored to Lexington Thursday to at- tena tne tuneral ot Mr. Foster's couMiss Agnes Lambert, of Waynes- nati, J. C. Williams, Bryantsville, C. King, Mrs F. S. Campbell, LouTalton Embry, of Cincinnati, Ballou, of Va., came Thursday afternoon Personal and Social theRev. Allen his brother, Burnside, is sin,Mrs. Smith Penny, and children, of boro,a visit to Miss Mary Burch, with J. isville, Mrs. J. C. Williams. Brvants- for guest of Rev. Joseph from St. Joe, Mo., are the guests of her whom she taught at Staunton, Va., ville; EvelynLouisville: Robert King, Ballou here. Miss Campbell, Miss Anita father, J. K. Baughman and family for several years. Miss Clara Cooper left for New in the Wets Miss Mary Bruce and Mrs. H. J Mr. and Mrs. W. I. Swaim, who Harlamert, Arch Harlamert; Mrs. JoEnd. McRoberts were in Louisville "We- York Thursday where she will be the at Hustonville, sephine Curd, Mrs. Florence C. Eddie guest of friends for a pelasant visit. is Mrs. guest Shanks, of Louisville, have been located had his headquar- Brown and C. A. Curd of Williamsdnesday shopping. Mr. Swaim the of Mrs. Ragsdale at the where Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Rice and Mr. home of J. B. Jones on the Knob Lick ters with his telephone work, came burg, J. N. Miles and A. D. Smith, of Mrs. J. R. Beazley of Jacksondown Monday and will be here for Barbourvme; Mrs. R. E. Sirgel and ville Fla., and daughter, arrived this and Mrs. W. W. Hays and Miss Em- pike. daughter and Miss Ida E. Levy, of Miss Katherine A. Hallnan return- a week or so. week to visit her sister, Mrs. I. M. ma Hays motored to Lexington Thursday for the day. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Totten, of Leb- Owensboro; W. J. Mathews, Lexinged to her home in Frankfort TuesBruce and other relatives here. L. J. and day after a few days' stay with Mr. anon, formerly of Stanford, an- ton; Mrs.Safford, Broshears Le chilArizona; Ward, nounce the engagement of their dren, of H. D. Aldridge and family. Mrs. C. H. Kerr and Miss Aline daughter, Jessie Lorain e. to Mr. A. L. Williamsburg, T. N. Ballard, Corbin, AriH. Kennedy, of Crab Orchard, have Marlatt, of Detroit, Mich.' The wed- Mrs. Chas. G. Murphy, Safford, S. R. zona; Len Edelen, Danville; been the guests of Mrs. J. T. Spoon- - ding will take place in the early fall. Mrs. Ed Ballard had as her guests amore and Miss bailie Smith. Ed Brady, who is taking a busi- Sunday: Mr. and Mrs. Will Dicker-so- Sullivan, Indianapolis, Mrs. A. S. Mrs. Steve Walker and little lUontjoy, Alt. sterling, Mrs. Al. t. ness course at Smith's College in S. C H. ', Lexington, has been spending several daughter, George Etta and Misses Saufley, Knoxville, Phillips, Johnston, Lebanon, - --gr" u " days with the home folks here this Katie Barnes 'Dickerson and Miss Lebanon; J. M. wMs o HustonMiss Katherine Warriner, Mattie Mae Robinson, of Lancaster. week. - vz ville; John E. Powell, Richmond; Mrs. U. V. W. Darlington and baby J from Louisville Mrs. H. Terstegge, daughter, of Huntington, W. Va., Miss Gertrude Egan, Miss Clara $100 Reward, $100 arrived this week to visit her aunt. Mueller, F. J. Thoben, W. G TerstegMiss Florence Truehart and. Misses The readers ot this paper will be pleased t mrmw1" learn that there is at least one dreadeU disease ge; W. B. Burton, J. Y. Robinson and Mattie and Bettie Paxton. to euro In its that science has Mrs. Anna Bailey is at her home Btaces, and that is been able Hall's CatarrhallCure Miss Nancy Walker and Miss Edna Catarrh. only positive cure now known to the near Hubble for a couple of weeks is thefraternity. Catarrh beinK a constitutional Kavanaugh, Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Lancaster; John Roach Jr., vacation from Dickerson's store at disease, requires a constitutional treatment. S. H. Witherspoon, internally, acting Hall's Cure is Lancaster. Her sister, Mrs. Lillie directly Catarrh the blood takenmucous surfaces of upon and K. Duff, Pittsburg; Mr. Holtzclaw is on the sick list. the system, thereby destroying the foundation Mrs. Louanna Holdam, who has of the disease, and giving the patient strength and Mrs. V. L. Barton, Millersburg, naconstitution just come from Muskoge, Okla., to by building up the work. The and assistinghave Sergie Bertolyzi, Middlesboro; from proprietors ture in doing its spend the summer with friends and so much faith In Its curative powers that they Greencastle, Ind.. Mr. and Mrs. T. T. One Hundred relatives at Crab Orchard and here, offer to cure. Send Dollars for any case that it Moore, Miss Kathryn Moore, Miss for list of testimonials. Genevieve Moore, Mrs. Taylor BalVarious kinds of small vermin cause lots motored down from Crab Orchard on fails Address P. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo. O. lard and children, Corbin; from MiWednesday, accompanied by Mrs. J. Sold by all Druggists, 75c. of worry to the careful housewife. llersburg: E. H. Martin, Letton M. Bronaugh. Take Hall's Family Pills for constipation. Thomas P. Wadell; from LexMisses Mattie Paxton and Belle Bedbugs, cockroaches, spiders, worms, ington: W. C. Rose and wife; George Denny have returned from Shelby Collier, J. Botkin, W. H. Browning, j City where they were guests at a flies, rats, mice all these pests Miss Johnnie Bowman, Miss Anna E. nouse party given Dy iur. ana iurs. Row, Miss Ara D. Beatty, Miss Sal-li- e W. P. Givens. Other guests were Beatty, Vest Chancellor, L. T. Mesdames Delia Botrle and Lucv Christian, David W. Harp, H. D. WilA Welsh, of Danville. son; C. A. Gartlan, Pittsburg, Pa., The little birthday party given Miss Sarah Eakins, Henderson, Will by Mrs. Robert Lytle in honor of S. Hodgen, Lebanon, Misses Lena and you should exterminate them at once with pretty little Mary Gilford Fisher Hunziker and Cecilia Hodges, CovWednesday morning on the lawn was safe and sure poison. ington; W. C. Gentry and G. M. a most charming and enjoyable afCooper, Danville, Miss Nancy Yeagfair. The table was decorated in Almost every "occasion" is Tell us your bug troubles and we will 'give you er and J. T. Wilkinson, Stanford; pink and white and for the center an occasion to present a box something to eradicate them Sure! S piece was a beautiful birthday cake. H. E. Thomas and wife, Horse Cave; E. P. Brown and wife, Lancaster; The little tots looked sweet in their of Nunnally's fine candy. H Simpson, Lancaster; R. H. Bohon white frocks and enjoyed their reand wif, Hustonville, S. P. Stagg, freshments. The little Miss' many Hustonville; D. W. Mahan, Danville; hope she will have many friends If you call, take it; if you Miss Pauline Hinker, Louisville; of more happy returns of the day. don't call, send it. After Danville; Miss Elizabeth Mahan, Danville Messenger. Miss Dorothy Mahan, Mrs. D. W. Machurch, before He dance, han, Miss Nancy Mahan; Dr. W. M. between the acts, on birthHicks, Amelia, Ohio, Robert and V. SEVERE PUNISHMENT G. Kinnaird, Lancaster; from Cindays or anniversaries, Nuncinnati: A. J. Berkinger and wife, nally's is the one gift that George Berkinger, Miss Marie Berk-inge- r; J. L. Gill, D. A. Thomas and always pleases. Alex Doty, Lancaster, J. G. Carlisle Of Mrs. Chappell, of Five Years' Myers, Hustonville; Gano Daley, W. T. Burgess, Lexington; A. L. Miller, But be sure the candy you Parkersburg, W. Va., Mrs. H. M. BalStanding, Relieved by Cardui. . give is lou and children; H. M. Taylor and wife, Carlisle; George B. Taylor, wife and son, D. P. Hemphill, Nicholasville; Miss Julia M. White, RichMt. Airy, N. C Mrs. Sarah M. Chapmond; A. A. Trippel, Phoenix. Ariof this town, says: "I suffered fo pell zona; from Lancaster: Mrs. S. W live years with womanly troubles, alsc Burnside, Miss Charlotte Pollett, stomacrutroubles, and my punishmen Miss Alice Higney; from Louisville, was more than any one could tell. Mr. Tygert and Mr. McAdoo; Mrs. I tried most every kind of medicine Susan B. Yeager and Miss Mary We are making SPECIAL PRICES on all but none did me any good. Margaret Jennings, Stanford; Miss I read one day about Cardui, the wo Effie Goode, Springfield; Mr. and Clothing during our Fifteen-Da- y Sale. A Fresh by Express man's tonic, and 1 decided to try it. Mrs. Herbei't Spencer, Harriman, had not taken but about six bottles unt'f Tenn.; E. B. Hall, Lexington; J. H. large stock of Blue Serges, Greys, Browns I was almost cured. It did me more Turner, wife and daughter, Nicholas all the ville; Mrs. Walker, Lexington; JVIrsJ PENNY'S and Checks, Palm Beaches and Kool Klothes. good than together.other medicines I had tried, put v W. T. Williams and children; Mrs. J. My friends began asking me why B. Murphree, Master John Donald A big assortment of Hats in Stetsons, looked so well, and I told them aboul Murphree, Louisville; from CincinCardui. Several are now taking it." nati. Mr and Mrs. Oscar F. Barrett, Straws and Leghorns. O. Slack Barrett, Miss Dorothy MaDo you, lady reader, suffer from any Kentucky Stanford, of the ailments due to womanly trouble, rie Barrett; Miss Frances Nolte, of Our stock of Ladies' and Men's Oxfords such as headache, backache, sideache, Dallas, Texas, T. A Vernon, of Loans, stocks and bonds $299,764.37 Mr. and Mrs. J. C Bailey and family are now comfortably domiciled in their handsome new home on East Main street. Mrs. H. M. West and children, of New York, and Mrs. Will Powell, of Nicholasville, are guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Ballard. Robert Scudder, wife and son, who are visitinc: here from Glendnle. Ar izona, went up to Richmond this morning to see relatives. Mrs. Sallie Carter and Mrs. Jane Penny, of Boyle, came up today to visit Mrs. B. D. Carter for a few days. Dr and Mrs. J. B. Perkins have rented the pretty new bungalow just built bv John A. Allen nn tfncf street, and will go to housekeeping IT-iJ- 3&2S&&828&ffiS8K5 MiSi iff iJjl Jf zmmra SKYSNWJSlEJiSSSSSSaiSffi w swxx Step into this picture ill wherever you are, the same lyi pfSf n jf content and the same refresh- m ent are yours for the asking m a cool, delicious glass of . 4$jT 1 Demand the genuine by full name nicknames encourage substitution two-stor- The Coca-Col- a Co. Atlanta. Ga. Cocs-Cct- Sena cr free hooilct T "The Romanic c n, 13? - -- mmmik .MUitvJ M .. I 4-HO- TELS-4 World Famous LIGHT, AIRY 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 '&S& mtd-Ic- al El-ki- n, Law-rencebuLaw-rencebu- rg rg; Swat the Bugs! Capacity, Brick Building. Finest in South. New Hot and Cold Bath Departments. Boating. Fishing. Hunting. Fox Chasing. lake 18 feet deep. One and one-ha- lf miles of Dix river. Connecting Rooms, 300 Guests, $100,000 4-a- MUSIC DANCING Vi-mo- nt, 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 Baseball, Tennis, J. B. WILLIS, Secretary, CRAB ORCHARD, KY. Menace Your Health TREAT TO EAT 1 llj METAL SHINGLES wj9nflBp9 jHwHraVsfiP? TAey The Lincoln Pharmacy, Stanford, Ky. Clothing. Clothing. Clothing. neverleak, are stormproof last a Jtfetlmr -- V 3 w- - .VA Jr An S WILL STONE, Stanford, Ky. SEE J 1 DRUG STpRE E. T. PENCE are better than ever before. Buy now and save money. ROBINSON'S sleeplessness, and that everlastingly tired feeling? II so, let us urge you to give Cardui a trial. We feel confident it will help you, just as it has a million other .women in the past half century. y. Begin taking Cardui You won't regret it. All druggists. to-da- THE OLD RELIABLE" VSritt Chattanooga Medicine Co., Ladles Advisory Dept.. Chattanooga. Tenn., for Steciai book, "Home Instruction! on your case and Treatment for Women." in plain wrapper. N.C. 1 24 64-pa- u: REMEDYFORMEN. i AT YOUR DRUGGIST. ft and lights $6.509.90. Cattte receipts 800; quiet; calves slow, $5 1150. Sheep receipts 3,700; steady $36.75; lambs slow. At Chicago wheat closed: July September $1.11 $1.10 1-- 8; 3-- 8. CINCINNATI STOCK MARKET Hogs Receipts 2,700; lower; packers and butchers $9.75(5)9.95; common to choice $7 9.15; pigs For McCormack Binders, Mowers, Rakes and Repairs. See the latest style Mowing Machines Before you buy. The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky: Friday, July- - 14, 1916 "J Can Now Eat Any Thing; Am Free From Stomcah Ills," Says Mrs. Collins, McVeigh, Ky sure the reason I feel so well today is because I took Tanlac and I want to give it a good recommendation," said Mrs. Cordia Collins, of McVeigh, Ky. "Yes, I had a very serious case of nervous trouble. I was so run down that I really didn't know what to do. My blood was bad and I had spots on my face. "Since taking Tanlac my nervousness has disappeared. I can eat anything. I want and do not have bad after effects. It has given me lots of strength and I can do my housework again. I sincerely advise everybody to give Tanlac a chance." Such statements as Mrs. Collins' am- c:limilrl "I nnnonl ff Virkiicnrlc fTinf cllf- - fer from the same trouble. nervousness, liver ailments, kidney derangements and depression of spirits and who are in a general run down condition, simply need something to tone up their systems and Bee Lick, J. Reynolds Most people who have stomach ills, to assist the vital organs in performing their natural functions. Tanlac is a wonderful reconstructive tonic and produces the most gratifying results. It is because Tanlac does the work and does it quick that its leap to higher success has been marvelous. That Tanlac surpasses all medicines as a reconstructive tonic has been proven in these columns by the leading men and women of the commonwealth of Kentucky. Tanlac is being specially introduced in Stanford at Penny's Drug Store. Tanlac may be obtained at the following nearby cities: Moreland, Abraham Minks; Hustonville, Adams Bros.; McKinney, True & Co.; Ellis-burMiddle-burJoseph McWilliams; W. C. Bryant; Crab Orchard, Lyne Bros.; Brodhead, John Rob-binJunction City, Reynolds & Ev-n- s; Lancaster, R. E. McRoberts; g, g, s; & Son. SLLLLUM1 Wlj During June a total of 1,611,420 pounds of burley tobacco was sold at an average of $10.93 a hundred. Dan Patch, 1:55, the famous pacing king, died at the home of M. W. Savage, his owner in Minneapolis, early in the week. The number of horses exported to Europe and Canada since the beginning of the European war, totals 580,158 head; of mules 185,000. J. W. Pace, of Wnchester sold his farm in Clark county last week to D. W. Myers and son of Nicholas county, at $138 an acre. There are 145 acres in the far mand the deal involved about $20,000 which is said to have been paid in cash. It is announced at Frankfort that the Department of Agriculture is contemplating publishing a list of farms for sale thruout the State as so many calls come both from wtih-othe state and from within to the Immgration Bureau for information. George D. Boone, the East End trader had a load of hogs and lambs on the Louisville market today and went down Thursday to see them sell. Mr. Boone usually ships to the Cincinnati market but said that the strike in the stockyards there had tied up shipments so he went to Louisville instead. D. M. Anderson, of the Preachers-vill- e section delivered to Victor Lear, of Garrard this week, a drove of 44 hogs which' he had engaged to him some time ago at $8 a hundred. The porkers were in fine shape, averaging 220 pounds. To Lawson & Brown, of Garrard, Mr. Anderson sold 125 lambs that averaged 89 pounds, at $S a hundred. ut TO F J BOURBON t Ms m Wr kinds. (No household or kitchen fur niture will be sold.) All amounts under $25 cash. Notes with good surety with interest from date du January 1st, 1917 for all amounts over S25. Marion Johnston, who lives on the farm will show it to prospective purchasers. Col. I. M. Dunn will act as auctioneer. For further informa- tion apply to Phone 377. OF POULTRY G. B. ROBINSON, Executor. Danville, Ky. CURE chick's life. and saves-'thA few drops in the drinking water cures ani down the throat of a gaplns chicken, destroys the worms CENT -A- -WORD ADS PREVENTS DISEASE BOURBON POULTRY a (Ads here are z cant a word each issue, cash with order; no ad. less than 25c each issue.) R ea For the treatment of White Diarrhoea In chicks and Blackhead and other diseases in turkeys CURE HAS NO EQUAL POSTED. John Meier, Highland POSTED Joe Busse, ROOMS One 50c bottle makes 12 gallons of medicine. Estate F or Sal e No. 136 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 ever 100 acres of this in blue grass sod and as. fine timothy meadows as you can find anywhere. Large two stery 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 cross in hemp, tobacco etc. 1-- "I am a argc breeder of fancy poultry and show birds. I have been using Bourbon Poultry Cure for the past seven years and never lose a chicken with disease, and I attribute my success to the use of this wonderful remedy. JIave cured several bad cases of roup and other infectious disease with it, therefore I speak from experience when I say it cures. I heartily recommend it to my poultry raising friends in this and adjoining counties, as the greatest remedy I have ever used for the cure and prevention of poultry diseases." Jno. O. Reid, Stanford, Ky. Front rooms for rent. 53 Apply at this office. tf bale- - TALK to W. H. Higgins, about 52-- tf ties. FOR SALE. Fifty yearling steer calves; good quality, Wayne county bred. Phone or write, Jno. F.' Monticello, Ky. 55-- 2 Dau-ghert- y, 245 acres located in the heart of the 1-- Magnificent blue grass farm of Farm and Stock News Dan A. Miller, of Kappa, Ind., sold a load of 18 Angus cattle, averaging 1,3G9 pounds, for 11 a hundred. At a recent sale of Shorthorns held at Sioux City, Iowa, 9 bulls averaged $311 and 3G females $348. At the sale of F. R. Edwards, at Tiffin, Ohio, 41 head of Shorthorns made an average of $G38. shave Harrodsburg, Coleman & Sons, At engaged 10,000 bushels wheat at from $1 to $1.10 per bu- was, $1,300. The top-pri- ce of g, extra fancy export catte at a price around $10 per hundred pounds. The seven head averaged over 1,800 pounds, and two of the number weighed 2,0005 pounds each. They were shipped to the Eastern market. field, for $845. No. 2917 shel. W. M. Becraft, of near Millers-burrecently sold seven head of Menefee & Caldwell, of Gardners-villreceived 12,000 pounds of wool Preachersville at Butler last week for which they paid 10 cents a pound. Everybody here are mighty glad The farm of Robert McDowell, to have Mrs. B. T. Lunsford back near Hodgenville, containing 250 acres, was sold to Chas. J. Hubbard, home again. She is much improved former insurance man of Louisville in health. for $25,000. Miss Nannie Holtzclaw is visiting A war on hog cholera has been in- her aunt, Mrs. Lawrence, near augurated in Bourbon noiintv. A representative of the U. S. Bureau of White Oak. Miss Ruby Parrish has been visitAnimal Industry win have charge of the work. ing her uncle, Mr. M. F. Lawrence W. A. Brandenburg, of Hardin and family on Dick's River. county, has sold in Lousville ninety Mrs. G. C. Kennedy has been quite hogs, averaging about 200 pounds, ill of flux. at ten cents a pound. Sixty of the Master Roscoe Kennedy has been lot were raised on his farm. n ill of from playing in the Samuel Fischer, of Hardin county, has purchased seven thorobred Short- creek. horn heifers from Judge I. H. Thur-ma- n Miss Nora Smith has been quite and G. L. Wharton, of Springsick. e, -sun-bur- Sold in Stanford by The Lincoln Pharmacy PUBLIC SALE Black, part Jersey cow, 6 or 7 years old, was about tocalve when she left my farm Thursday. July 6. Reward for return to W. N. .Fields. LOST. Pr.-tfonvill- - 54-2-- FURNITURE, Itlattlngs, Druggets, REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF THE NATIONAL BANK OF HUSTONVILLE At Hustonville. in the State of Kentucky at close of business June 30, '16. Loans and discounts (except these shown on b) Overdrafts, secured, $49.09; unsecured, $3.71 U. S. bonds deposited to secure circulation (par value) Subscription to stock of Federal Reserve Bank $4,500.00 Less amount unpaid $2,250.00 2,250.00 Value of banking house (if unencumbered) Furniture and fixtures Net amount due from Federal Reserve Bank Z... Net amount due from approved reserve agents in New York. Chicago and St. Louis $ 122.29 Net amount due from approved reserve agents in other reserve cities 28,157.98 Net amount due from banks and baikers (other than included in 10 or 11) . """""" Fractional currency, nickels and cents Notes of other national banks ..." Federal Reserve notes "."....""". Coin and certificates Legal-tendnotes "!""! Redemption fund with U. S. Treasurer and due from u! S. Treasurer er RESOURCES $134,213.94 52.80 50,000.00 2,250.00 2,000.00 300.00 4,750.00 28,280.27 5,572.53 212.01 1,150.00 15.00 9,406.00 2,610.00 2,500.00 $243,812.55 $ !!i Total Capital stock paid in und , profits Circulating notes outstanding .."". "."T...1.7... " Individual deposits subject to check Total demand deposits, Items 33, 34, 35, 36, 37, 38T"58 39 and 40, $116,521.90. . STUrPlu-s-- LIABILITIES 50,000.00 24,000.00 3 290.65 lie'521 50000 00 90 'c. : Kentucky, A' County "TrV of Lincoln, ss: J- - H. Hocker, Cashier of the above-name- d bank do solemnly swear that the above statement is true to the best of my knowledge and belief. T0taJ $243,812.55 M rt..l ouubcnueu ana sAvorn.ro oeiore me this 8th day of July, 1916. , , ,,.. 1. i Notary Public My commission expires Feb. 16, '20 J. W. HOSKINS, uorrect- - Attest: EDW. ALCORN, W. G. COWAN, J. W. POWELL, . J. tt '. -- Trnr.TTTT.p ...., rncior. .timi-i Directors Oliver Sulky Turning Plows Nothing Like It; A Hard Ground Plow A plow that will cover the weeds a plow with a rolling coulter, all the time try one. Ask L. P. Nunnelley, A. C. Moore, Ed Ballard, S. J. Embry, Wm. Moser, W. M. Dye, W. F. Tucker, Andrew Tucker, Leslie Tucker and Oscar Jones. : : : : : : Prof. Cyrus Johnson and family visited relatives at Moreland and McKinney. Mrs. James Miller and family attended church at Good Hope Sunday. Mrs. Silas Anderson, the aged mother of Messrs. John B., and H. C. Anderson, is visiting her son, John B. Anderson. Mrs. Mark Munger and children, Miss Miriam and Master Paul of Kissimmee, Fla., Mr. and Mrs. Ira J. Holtzclaw, of Lancaster; Miss Elizabeth Pettus, of Springfield, and Miss Lucy Pettus, have been guests of Mr. F. F. Cummins and family. Mr. and Mrs. F. F. Cummins with their guests visited Mr. and Mrs. A. Rugs, Wall Paper, Lace Curtains, Window Shades, Trucks. Suit Cases. ARM AND PERSONAL PROPERTY Pictures and Mouldings. W. A. Trib-blAs executor of the will of Rebecca Stanford. 42tf J Wpt firwl rmrsnrmt tn srnrJ will probated in June, 1915, by the Gar- raru Liounty Liourc, 1 win sen ner FOR SALE. Pony, harness and farm in Garrard county, Kentucky, new cart; 100 brown leghorn chicnve miles east of Lancaster, and one kens, full stock; one O. K. Jewel mile from the station of the L. & N. cook stove; one Gem Oak heater; railroad at Hyattsville, on the Kirks-vill- e 140 egg incubator. Phone 187 or 55-l- p and Hyattsville turnpike, on address box 153. Tuesday, August 1st, 1916, at 2 o'clock P. M., on the premises, WORKHAND WANTED Good rerain or shine, as the said sale is made liable married man to work on farm; small family with son from 16 to 20 to settle her estate. Terms There are about 283 acres years of age to work in poultry in said farm; about 130 acres on the yards and learn the poultry busieast side of the turnpike and about ness; mile and a half from town, in 153 acres on the west side. Said land school district. Jno. O. Reid, Stan55-- 2 Rev. J. E. Robinson conducted ser- will be first offered in said two tracts ford. Ky. vices at the Methodist church Sun- and then as a who!, and the bid or bids. will be accepted which will realday and Sunday night. NOTICE All persons having any ize the most money; said land to be Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Thompson and sold by the acre and to be surveyed claims against the estate of A. A. family motored to Lexington and and so paid for and conveyed subject Yocum, deceased, are hereby notified to present them for payment, properto said survey. spent the day, Wednesday. ly proven by law, to my attorney, K. Bonds with good security to be A live B. Y. P. U. meets each Sunof the purchaser, one-ha- lf the S. Alcorn, of Stanford, Ky., and all day evening at the Baptist church at purchase money to be due January persons owing tliat estate will 1, 1917 and the other one-ha- lf 7:30. in two promptly pay same to my said attorney. This July 3, 1916. Lillie YoRev. Bell from the Baptist Theo- bonds or notes of equal amount due cum. 53 3t two years one and logical Seminary will preach Satur- from payable in 1917 and to inJanuary 1, and bear day night and Sunday for the Baptist terest at 6 per cent per annum from January. 1, 1917. Possession to be brethren. Prof, and Mrs. J. B. Hutchinson given and deed made when first bond is paid on January 1, 1917, seeding have moved to Sopus. He will teach privileges given in the fall of 1916. there this term. A lien to be retained on said land to Mrs. Newton Gill is quite ill of secure said bonds :vnd notes. There is on said farm a dwelling typhoid fever. house with eight rooms and two ..Between Lancaster and Stanford.. School begun here Monday morn- porches, stock barn, crib and other Daily except Sunday ing with Prof. Cyrus Johnson as outbuildings; also two good tenant You need the time saved; I need principal and Miss Bettie Miller, as- houses, three tobacco barns and a your business pair of scales, splendid water and sistant. The outlook for a good term well watered, and the land is in a One way, $1.00; Round trip, $1.50; Special trip, $2.00 is flattering. high state of cultivation, on half in Your patronage solicited Joseph Cress is up an -- out after a grass. The farm will be sold first; after which I will also sell five work short illness with the measles. C. mules, one brood mare, one mule colt Mr. F. F. Cummins and family and the farming implements of all Stanford, Ky. Phone 237 were in Lancaster Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. D. M. Anderson visited her sister, Mrs. Traylor. The be'st cellar in our knowledge DENTIST is one at Mr. J. F. Thompson's at A modern equipped office. Somno-forSweeney. It is built of concrete and anesthesia and orthodontia a cost S125 and is the handiwork of specialty. Phone 33, Hustonville, Ky. David Dudderar, of Gilbert's Creek. On the hottest days it keeps the butIt is time you were ter as hard as a brick. T. Wc e, ap re-qur- ed 1-- I No. 138 180 acre farm one and one-ha- lf miles from Lebanon, Kentucky. Has large three story 12 room residence, halls, bath, toilet etc. Hardwood finish and has two brick walls thru the building. House wired for gas or electricity. Three large good barns etc. All buildings in first class condition. Water all thru the house and no better watered farm anywhere, in every field. This is in a fiine neighborhood close to school and churches. Orchard has 300 trees of all kinds of choice fruit. About 50 acres in cultivation and balance in grass of which 40 acres is virgin soil. We have photographs of this farm and all buildings on file in our office. This place is on two pikes and can be easily divided. Will sell as whole or will put 120 acres with all improvements. There is no finer farm or home in Kentucky than this place. Money has been spent lavishly on this magnificent home and large barns etc. The owner has made up his mind to take his loss and the place has got to go. It must go in the next ninety days. It will pay you to look into this proposition. The price is certainly right and the terms are easy. A fortune has been spent in improving this place and some one will get the benefit for a song. PROFESSIONAL AND BUSINESS CARDS AUTO BUS LINE H. MOSER CHAS. HART Mr.Farmer m seeing about that PENNINGTON, DENTIST Office You've been of building SILO Myers House Flats Stanford, Ky. 240: Res. 165 Phone: thinking for some J. B. PERKINS Rooms 28-29, DENTIST Lincoln Bank Building: STANFORD, KY. No. 139 25 acres. Two story six room dwelling built within the last two years. 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. time. In no other way can you obtain such feed economy for your stock. You cannot spend any Phone 214 W. W. BURGIN DENTIST Tuesdays and Wednesdays Mondays, at Crab Orchard Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays at Stanford Office in Lincoln Bank Buiding J. Thompson, near Danville. W. H. STANFORD, Corner Main and Depot Streets, HIGGINS KENTUCKY Mr. M. F. Lawrence, who has had a tough time with boils, is now reported ill of blood poison. TO THE PUBLIC made-to-ord- money on your farm to better advantage. And the only kind of silo to have is a Hot Weather Is Here Is your and done. Bath-roo- m in order. See W. K. WARNER get your sanitary Phone 188, plumbing Stanford, Ky. No. 140 room cottage Good well at house, never failing springs etc. All in cultivation and pasture. This place located on the Main street of good town. Price $4500.00. Terms 45 acres. Seven dwelling, barns etc. We Will Save You Money on Refrigerators, Ice Cream Ffeez-er- s, Coolers, Etc. ALSO LAWN MOWERS AND GARDEN TOOLS. clothing house in this country Ed V. Price & Co., Chicago 111. My experience In measuring and directing the making of your clothes, gives me the advantage over one who is not a practical tailor. If you will give me your order, I will promise you a square deal. You will get the worth of yrur money, either in the cheapest grades or the higher priced. My SPRING and SUMMER line of samples is now ready for your inspection. Call and let me show you. H. C. RUPI.EY. The Practical Tailor. er I represent the largest and best Concrete Silo Which is there forever when you have it made' Drummers' Wagops, Carriage and Buggies; Open Day and Night. Autos by trip or the mile. Give us a Trial, We Will Please You. H. H. Carter, Manager. Phone 5. CARTER & CARTER, Stanford, Ky. Livery and Auto Service right PHILLIPS BROS., STANFORD, KY. John M. Casey, D. V. M. Veterinary Surgeon Grad. Cincinnati Veterinary College (Rec. by U. S. Gov.) Office. GEORGE H. FARRIS. Daily Except Sunday Leaves Stanford (St. Asaph Hotel) at 10:00 a. m. and 4.00, p. m. Leaves Danville (Hotel Annex) at 9:00 a. m. and 1:30 p. m. x Auto Bus Between" Danville and Stanford Hughes &McCarty REAL ESTATE STANFORD, - - KENTUCKY Danville, Farris' Stable Kentucky Bundles and Packages Carried at Low Charges O. L. MINKS, Proprietor