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This Label Is Either a Re-- r ceipt or a Bill. What Does It Say to You?. j ': '5r! Stanford, Lincoln Coufityr Kentucky , Tuesday, July 18. 1916. RURAL CARRIER EXAMINATION announced the Garrard County Poleton Depot Street Torn to Daughters of Lee Palmer, Garrard Teachers' Institute to be held in this To Tie Ribbons On Hrose Rings at Receiver Appointed for Kentucky Phone of city in the graded school auditorium E. R. Coleman Becomes Owner Shreds jftandDr. Brown's House Great K. P. Fair Here Great Rural Credits Association Farmer, in Horrible Accident-L- ate during the week beginning July 31. The Penny Drug Store, One of Lost .Chimney Heavy Rain Show Assured This Year. Fraud Is Charged. News from Garrard. Dr. E. C. McDougle, of the Rich' jv. L. r Oldest Establishments Here. mond Normal School, has been enif "I gaged to serve as conductor. Lightning-strucin and all around The services of John Dolan, of AssoLancaster, July 18. The Kentucky Rural Credits Lexington, and Sam Mackin, of LebStanford in 'a terrific electrical sale of the Penny Drug killed alMiss Nancy Palmer was Mrs. Joe Cowherd, By the of Kansas ciation, which was organized with storm wKichjswept this section Mon- most instantly Saturday when she City, was a guest for the day at the anon,, have been secured as judges in Stanford to Earl R. Coleman Store quite a flourish at Lexington, about day af terndbn. 'A A miniature cloud-bur- and her sister, Miss Ellen Palmer, home at the K. of P. Fair, to be held at of Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Price. was consummated early this which a year ago, went into the hands of poured down upon the com- were driving down a very steep hill esMiss Kathleen Walter leaves Wed- Stanford, August 23, 24 and 25. Mr. week, this old and well known or so and beyond Back Creek in the Hackley nesday for a visit to Miss Julia Jen- Dolan has served in that capacity a receiver Saturday and a host of munity hands tablishment passes out of the stockholders over the state will be drenched everything, but was mighty section of Garrard county It is sup- kins at Flemingsburg, a sojourn with here for several years and has given had opMr. Mackin is corn and other growing posed the harness broke, and the Mrs. M. F. Elkin, at Lexington, and entire satisfaction. good Penny family, which of the left with the bag to hold. Among crops, for i though riot so good on hay, horse becoming frightened, plunged a stay with relatives at Versailles. one of the best judges of horse flesh a century. Civil Service Commission at "Waserated it for almost half quite a number of Lincoln which was on' the ground. down the steep decline and running yearns hington, D. C. Applications should them are Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Chambers in the State and will more than likewas established about 40 It people. A dispatch from Lexington lightning struck a tele- the buggy against a tree, the girl's Brent came over in their car from ly be just as satisfactory. A bolt of Penny be forwarded to the Commission at ago by the firm of Chenault & The catalogue for the big fair is be-ir- g Washington at the earliest practica- to the Cincinnati Enquirer Monday phone pole across the xalley from head is supposed to have struck the Lexington and spent an evening with the latter member of that firm Upon ble date. The examination will be had this to say of the concern, in Will Hocker's store on Depot street, trunk from which she suffered a her father, Mr. R. H. Tomlinson and now in the press and will be out the late Dr. A. R. Penny. shortly. The list of special premwidow, held in the Public School building at which many in this section will be in- and split it! absolutely into splinters. fractured skull and broken neck. family. his death it passed to his It cut the pole off almost flush with Miss Ellen Palmer sustained a severe un- McKinney. Mrs. Carrie Y. Davidson and Mrs. iums is a very liberal one, and the terested, as quite a number had plan- the ground,, andfcthe use of a pocket Mrs. Mary Penny, and has been cut above the eye, and is painfully L. G. Davidson, son, gave a picnic in catalogue as a whole will be one of ned to make large loans from the der the management of her years. knife or hatcheAvould hardly have though not seriously hurt. compliment to Miss Martha Ward the largest and handsomest ever gotDANVILLE COURT. association: George L. Penny, for about 15 made better kindling out of the pole. They are the daughters of Lee Sweeney's recent guest, Miss Virgin- ten out by a country fair in this known drug The Kentucky Rural Credit AssoIt is one of the bestKentucky, and A very small crowd attended DanThe resi4ence of Dr. E. J. Brown, Palmer, a prominent farmer of that ia Shively, of Greensburg, and Miss portion of the state. It wlil be a fit ville court yesterday and business in ciation was incorporated under the on stores in this part of Hication wasj struck, a chimney section, the deceased girl having Sara Chenault. forerunner of what now gives proman all lines was dull. The farmers are laws of Delaware, but the names of has always been maintained at being torn down, but the damage reached her 19th year, and the Mrs. W. O. Bradley and Mrs. J. G. ise of being the best country fair busy and could not leave their work the incorpoartors do not appear to was not serious. exceptionally high standard. .A barn on the farm younger one being about 17 years South, of Frankfort, Dr. W. S. El- ever held in this part of Kentucky. Mr. Coleman, the new proprietor to mingle with the court day "regu- be available at Lexington. of Shell Reid inthe Highland sec- of age. The Misses Palmer are kin and Mrs. Elkin, of Atlanta, Ga., The local boosters are keeping things Penny lars." Oatts & Robinson The association was authorized to tion, was split had a has been pharmacist in the ,mtwo by a light- nieces of Mrs. Emma Higginbotham and Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Barnard and moving all the time. No "liver" store for a number of years. He is bunch of yearlings on the market but have a capital stock of $1,000,000 ning bolt, part'of'the top being of this city. The rough, roclcy hill Mr. Joseph Rogers, of Washington bunch can be found anywhere than one of the best known and finest had not disposed of them at a late and its business was to make long-ter- torn off. A, number of .phone wires is considered one of the most dan- City, were here for the funeral of the K. P. boys who are pushing A mountain sheep raiser notes on farm lands, secured were affected byfthe electric storm young business men in this section, hour. things for this year's fair. It is gogerous stretches of high-wa- y in this the late Mrs. P. D. Gill. pro- brought up 140 ewes which sold at by a mortgage, the amount of a loan and starts upon his new work as and connections have not all yet section, there having been four seMr. Robert Brewer of Chelsea, Ok., ing to be a great, big winner and prietor under auspicious circum- public auction at $7.20 to $7.60. in no instance to be greater than 50 been repaired. ,"f rious accidents in that locality within lahoma, has joined his family here everybody is boosting for it. stances. He is the eldest son of Mr. Several milk cows changed hands at per cent of the value of the land The high wind which prevailed for the past few years; Mr. John Logan at the home of Mr. Joel J. Walker. Plans are now being made for a and Mrs. C. R. Coleman, and is iden- $40 to $65. Peel, of Jessamine, was mortgaged. It was part of the plan a short space of,ttime, played havoc had his team sometime ago to run Mr. and Mrs. W. I. Williams and big delegation of boosters to go to tified in every way with the busi- on hand and picked up several army to issue bonds for the mortgages with large shadejirees, many being away with, hjm, the horses being sons, Messrs. Woodruff and Brad Danville for the fair there, early in ness and social life of this section. horses at $98.50 to $105. Neither of taken, the bonds being secured by uprooted and a great number being killed, though he was not danger ford Williams, who were guests for August. Danville is to have an A host of friends wlil wish him much the Congressional candidates was the mortgages and 10 per cent addi- denuded of limbs; country fair this year, and ously hurt; an estimable negro wo- several days of Misses Martha and present and politics was about as tional put up by the association. success. the prospects are for a most successbeman was also badly injured by Helen Gill, left Sunday afternoon A couple of expert drug men from quiet as business was. A heavy rain The bonds then were sold by investE. P. OWSLEY'S HEAVY LOSS. ing thrown from a buggy, she sus- for their home in Tulsa, Oklahoma; ful exhibition there. The Stanford drug fell in the afternoon, accompanied ors. the taining a double fracture of the leg, their daughter, Miss Mary Clay Wil- boys will go over en masse and exhouse of Louisville, were here late by a severe wind, which blew down The loans made were for 20 years E. P. Owsley, 'of. Columbus, Ga., tend a hearty invitation to their Danof the last week and made invoice of the many shade trees and did other dam- on a 5 per cent interest basis, with formerly of Stanford, was a very one ground bones being driven into liams did not return here, but joined ville brethren to come over to Stanby the. fall, and she is a camping party of Lexington schoolstore. They completed their work age in and around Danville. stipulated sums payable each year of heavy loser in theterrific hurricane the ford's big show a little later. still using a crutch, though the ac- mates. the first of the week and the busithe 20 years, steadily reducing the which swept over 'the southern states ago. sometime Mr. and Mrs. Jack Doty motored ness was formally turned over to the principal and at the same time pay- about a week ago. Mr. Owsley had cident occurred METCALF TO TAKE STAND over from Lexington Sunday and who plans to connew proprietor, Mrs. Beazley and Daughter Hurt. his large cotton plantation upon General News Notes A dispatch from Noblesville, Ind., ing the interest. spent the day with Miss Lena Bright; duct the establishment along the The plan has generally been re- which he had spent about $10,000 rt William Wooley, 20, of the While Mrs. James A. Beazley and Master Gayle Doty, who has been lines. this week said: R. H. Metcalf, of garded by financiers who have look- for fertilization (ar short time ago, most modern and business-lik-e neighborhood, of Taylor oldest daughter, Miss Mildred, were Paint Lick, Ky., on trial here, chargMr. Coleman is a registered pharmaed into it as feasible and a good inundated, and this&with other loss-e- s driving in their cart Sunday after- their guest, came home with them. county, died from a sunstroke Fried with having accepted a check for Mrs. Zerelda Gulley has returned cist ard will give especially careful $G,700 while President of the Far- one if properly administered, but it and damages tolhisscrops, entail noon, the harness gave way, and in a field. from Lexington very much improved day while at work he says, to this branch of attention, is alleged by President McDowell and ed a loss of clos q tdl$50,000. John Hessin Clarke, of Cleveland mers and Merchants' .Bank of Cicero the pony broke into a run, Mrs. in health. Her daughter, Mrs. Bright PfytSig' his business. He will continue to others of the Board of Directors is alleged, he knew the inBeazley being thrown from the ve- Herring, went over for her ivnd they was selected by President Wilson for JVXW operate the establishment under the when, it LOCAL MAN WF"TA PATENT. hicle, and knocked senseless for a were accompanied back by Messrs. the United States Supreme Court to stitution to be insolvent, will go on that from the very beginning there eld name for some time. ViiiU' take the place left vacant by Ghavles the stand this week in his own be- appeared to be a disposition to op time, she suffering a spraine(lankle erate for the benefit of the promo J. T. Livingston Invents Autb'Fen- - and "severe cuts and bruises. Miss Floyd and Ashley dwope. Sharpsburg, E. Hughes. half, the attorney announced. "I am Miss Mattie Adams, of MAT MARTIN BUYS OUT JONES. going to hew close to the line, let ters and not the stockholders, the The East Jellico Coal Company at Mildred was also painfully bruised is here for a month's visit to Lives. der t Save Martin, a well known young the chips fall where they may," the vast majority of whom were farmPineville, being unable to redeem Mat and sustained a sprained arm. The in this city and county. amount of $140,000, business man of Rowland last week defendant said. "I am going to tell ers, it being stipulated in the agreeMrs. S. P. Grant of Danville, has bonds to the John T. Livingston, a well known accident occurred in front of Mr. restaurant and the truth. I won't attempt to shield ments and plans of the association bought out the Jones county, lias just Alec Walker's residence on Lexing- been a recent visitor here at her for- has filed a voluntary petition in bankstreet and myself, and certainly I will not shield that no person other than a land farmer of Lincoln ruptcy. soft drink stand on Depot friends of mer home. that he has been ton street, and Mr. Martin those who are responsible for this owner could procure a loan. A received notification One guard was killed and anothhas taken possession. Beazley family are congratulatupon an automobile the Mrs. Charles D. Powell made a Board of Directors of prominent granted a patent has many friends who will wish him condition." injuries were short visit to friends at Paint Lick er fatally wounded by two prisoners is believed, will be ing them that their farmers in the several sections of fender, which, it at Camden, N. J., yesterday. A much success in his new venture. many lives. The comparatively slight. last Saturday. the state was announced and in due the means of saving prevented by a Jones, who has been in acJohn H. VISITED STATE CAPITAL. new deMr. and Mrs. E. B. Campbell and jail delivery was Mrs. Pattie Gill Dead. time the election of the then Gover- technical description of the the establishment, has trusty. tive charge of Five automobiles carried a jolly vice which Mr. Livingston has had The sad information was received two little daughters, of the Lincoln Nat B. Sewell, State Inspector and been in poor health for some time, bunch from McKinney and Stanford nor, James B. McCreary, at a sala- patented, is as follows: here Saturday morning of the death county capital, were visitors here Examiner, is being mentioned as ry of $5,000 per annum was an his friends are sorry to know. to Frankfort Sunday. Lunch was had "The device consists of a cushion- of Mrs. Pattie D. Gill at the home last Saturday evening. nounced, while Joseph C. Van Meter State Noron the grounds of the new capitol afMr. William B. Moss, who has president of the Eastern ed fender directly in front of the of her daughter, Mrs. E. C. Barnard, was named Secretary at a salary of mal School to succeed J. S. Crabbe, BACK. BOY CAMPERS ter which the return trip was made. $2,400. James L. Watkins, supported by a guard rail or in Washington, D. C, on Friday been numbered among the sick, has of Lex- wheels, who has resigned. party were Mi--, and Mrs. Ed ington, was secured so arranged that Cn fieonre P. Brijrht with his In the for Treasurer bumper bar and isis struck, the guard night at 10 o'clock. Mrs. Gill had about recovered from his indispoIndications are that the submatert of boys who spent about 10 days Tanner, Mr. andC Mrs. S. M. Owens, at $2,400 per year. A bookkeeper when a person been in Washington for several sition. Deutschland will Miss Patsy Anderson, who has rine merchantman at Camp Daniel Boone, on the Ken- Mr. and Mrs C. Singleton and son, was employed at $1,200 per year rail or bumper bar yields rearwardly months, and had expressed her in be ready to sail today. Loading will tucky river, returned Monday after- Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Cocking, Mr. and several stenographers were put to a certain extent and the fender tention to return to her home here been pursuing a course at the Rich- be finished this morning, according noon. The boys were M. S. Baugh-ma- and Mrs. J. L. Tanner, J. L. McKech-ni- to work in offices, the furniture and is automatically dropped absolutely this summer, but her health had been mond Normal School, will return to stevedores. D. S. Riffe and James Russell, preventing the person from being such that it was not considered ad- home Friday. Jr., Chris Camenisch, Pat Tanfixtures for which cost $2,200. While attempting to alight from W. H Warren, of Cincinnati and cushioned part less- visable for her to make the trip. She Mrs. W. B. Moss has returned ner, Ross Nunnelley. Will Reinhart, There are letters in the files in the run over. The a moving trafn at Science Hill, in James Bailey, John Reid McKinney, Miss Ruth Tanner, Mr and Mrs. G. offices now which set up the claim ening the shock and prevents seri- had been a sufferer from heart di- from a visit to Middlesboro and Pine-vill- e, Pulaski, Edward Mize fell under the is attached to the sease having been called to the Bell Will Bryant, Wm. Tate, Lynn Pence, H. Masters and Miss Mabel Masters, that VanLanningham's for sometime, with other comforce of ous injury. It wheels and both of his legs were cut and Mrs. Leila Cook, of Stanford. axle and can be used on any auto- plications that required a surgical Circuit Court as a witness for the Craig, Earl Bryan, Mike Sam stock salesmen represented to the yiterfering operation, but her Washington doc- American Association, in an import- off above the knee. He was taken and Fred McCarty. All refarmers buying the stock in the as- mobile or truck, without to the Somerset Sanatorium. HELM BACK TO CAMPAIGN part of tne machine. tors did not consider it safe for her ant land case. turned safe and sound, some withsociation that they could secure a with any other Kentucky Progressive leaders, in Miss Pearl Walker, of Perryville, Clerk George L. Willis, of the loan after making the second pay Experiments are being conducted to undergo the ordeal because of the out hardly "getting their feet wet." session at Louisville last week, demade a recent visit to Lancaster relThere were about G4 boys at this Y. Congressional Census committee, ar ment of the four payments required with various devices in seme of the cardiac affection. cided to stand for a national third larger cities with a view of reducing M. C. A. camp during that period,! rived here Monday evening to assist up on each share sold Mrs. Gill would have reached her atives. Theis. thfi party and repudiated the action of Miss Amanda Anderson is in InHarvey Helm in his I nrpsfint nffipprs nlnim. was n rlirppf the number of accidents. This inven- 74th milestone had she lived till the ard they came from various points, Roosevelt and Perkins in deserting tion will be the means of saving 31st day of this month. She was dianapolis where she is taking a Shelbyville, Carlisle and campaign for renomination. Mr. misrepresentation and that it was Frankfort, the Bull Moose ship. Flemingsburg in Kentucky and one Helm came home from Washington in no way authorized. President many lives when it is put into use." regarded as one of the most bril- course at a summer normal school. Theophilus Allen, a Mrs. Walter Arnold, formerly or two from California and Louisi-ar- Saturday evening and went to An- McDowell, however, charges laxity i, liant women intellectually that Lannegro boy, is charged with assaulting Stanford furnished the dom- derson county Monday. Congrjess on the part of his predecessor and W. J. MONTGOMERY NO MORE. caster has ever produced, and was a Miss Ella Mae Hagan of this place, Mrs. Charles Hough, Nof Taylors-vill- e, inating "bunch" of the camp which will not adjourn until August 20th, his associates in the matter of meetmost fluent conversationalist, her continues quite ill at her home in the yesterday and was brought to W. J. Montgomery, one of the was divided into two "factions," the dispatches from Washington say, but ing these claims. Instead of making ready repartee and sparkling witti- Bryantsville section. Louisville last night for safe keepcitiMr. Glossbrenner and son came "Bulldogs," and the the House is doing little now and it clear to the farmer stockholder best known and most respected McKinney section, died cisms being proverbial among her out from Louisville Monday in their ing. Mrs. Hough is the mother-in-lacrowd, Stanford boys lead- Helm will probably remain in Ken- that it was a' misrepresentation they zens of the, many friends and associates. She of State Senator W. W. Booles. ing both sides. In baseball the local tucky till after the primary on Aug. are said to have adopted a policy of at the old hotel there Sunday after- was the eldest daughter of Dr. B. F. touring car and were guests of Mr. Federal aid for road building will boys payed against all the rest o 5th. Harvey , Wilkinson, his capable conciliation, which McDowell asserts noon about two o'clock, after a Duncan and Jane L. (McKee) Dun- and Mrs. John E. Stormes. become possible under the bill which Miss Sallie Lou Myers is in the the camp and of course came out on secretary, returned here with the was equivalent to merely prolonging lengthy illness. Mr. Montgomery can, and was not only prominently recently passed both houses of Conformerly lived in the Arabia section top as well as in tennis, track and congressman. ' allied to the influential Letcher and Paint Lick vicinity where she is nurs- gress. The bill provides an appropri, a certain day of reckoning. where he farmed foij a number of ing a typhoid fever patient, a little water events and other contests. Claude Mercer, of Hardinsburg, years. He was highly esteemed and McKee relationships of Central Kenation of $5,000,000 for 1916, and inLedford boy. night a big camp fire was lit Each who is one of the Directors and a regarded by everyone, and was an tucky, but was also a grand niece SCHOOL PER CAPITA $5.10. creases $5,000,000 for five years. Miss Ruth Carrier entertained in for the boys to sit around and tell school per capita in Kentucky leading attorney'in his section of the upright, Christian gentleman in all of the eminent jurist, Chief Justice Kentucky's proportionate sum for The Ftories and during this time Col. this year was fixed Saturday at $5.10 state, states unreservedly that "a George Robertson. She was the honor of Miss Jessie Beagle, of 1916 will be $115,000, and with a the word implies. He was about 65 Bright favored the congregations by Superintendent of Public Instruc- great fraud has been committed Gill, one Georgetown on Saturday evening, similar amount from the state treasyears of age and is survived by his widow of the late Malcolm with many interesting stories con- tion Gilbert. This per capita is a somewhere," and he believes some of the wealthiest of Garrard plant the affair being in the nature of a ury about 800 miles of road can be wife and several grown children. theatre party. cerning his days in the Civil War un- reduction of 15 cents per child of of the money can be recovered. ers. constructed this year. President Funeral services were conducted by Misses Jane and Mary Doty gave ' daughter, Mrs. Forest. Much praise is due Mr. school age in the state from last der She leaves one Wilson has not yet signed the bill, The present Directors as shown J. C. McClary, of Stanford Monday Bright for the interest he showed in yeor. The per capita is based on an upon the books of the association Edward C. Barnard, of Washington, a sewing party in honor of Miss Nan- but he is reported to regard it favortae boys and they all feel that they estimated revenue for school purpos are: James B. McCreary, Richmond; afternoon, after which the Masonic City, and a grandson to whom she cy Thompson, of Indianapolis, Mrs. ably and will probably do so. deguest. had a better time on account of his es for the state at $3,791,785. The J. L. Watkins, Lexington; Claude lodge of McKinney, of which the was ardently devoted, Joseph Rogers H. S. Hudson's house Under this new bill the appropriaceased was an honored member, took presence, as well as Mr. Bryan's. average for teacher per month will Mercer, Hardinsburg; R. A. Mc of Washington, D. C; also four sistion increases $5,000,000 each year, MORELAND. Several hikes were taken through be about $46.25. The school census Dowell, Louisville; P. M. Witt, New- charge of the remains and conducted ters, Mrs. W. O. Bradley, of Frankthus making better roads possible the neighboring woods and beautiful for 1916 shows a gain of 2.410 chil- port; J. L. Zarring, Shelbyville; T. the beautiful burial rites of that fort, Mrs. W. S. Elkin, of Atlanta, Miss Margaret H. Snow, of Sci- in a larger territory. Any state may scenery along the Kentucky River dren of school age over the census C. Rankin, Lancaster; C. J. Eblick, great order. Ga., Mrs. Richard Warren, of Stan- ence Hill, is visiting relatives and affiliate with the national governand all the boys came back feeling of 1915. According to the census La Grange; J. 'Forrest Butts, ford, and Miss Jennie Duncan, of friends at,Ioreland and Huston-vill- e. ment in this good road work, and the TOM WILDER'S WIFE DEAD. greatly benefitted by their trip and report compiled by the Department government pays 50 per cent, the this city; also two brothers, John M. William H. Giltner, Eminext year it is hoped that an extra of Education there are 743,487 chil- nence and John C. Van Meter, LexreS. Reynolds regretted Duncan, of this place, and William Miss Anna has state and counties 25 per cent each, Their many friends here large crowd may be gotten together dren in Kentucky between the ages ington. to lqarn of the death of Mrs. Tom Duncan, of Louisville. turned home after a protracted visit thus lessening the cost of the roads for this recreation. The remains reached here Sunday to her sister, Mrs. L. G. Hughett, at to county tax payers. Roads which Wilder at their home in Boyle counof 6 and 20, of which 667,002 are ty, Mr. Wilder being a valuable as- night, and the funeral services were Indianapolis, and Mrs. William A. cost over $10,000 a mile, exclusive white and 76,485 are negroes. Of CUPID'S DOINGS. News of tii3 Churches this number 112,841 whites are list Worth Brock, aged 21, and Miss sistant to M. B. Eubanks. The de- held Monday afternoon at 4 o'clock Hendricks, at Beech Grove, Ind. of bridges over 20 feet in lengtth, Mrs. William A. Hendricks and will not be aided by the federal govin the cities and 604,323 in the" Mary Cassell, sweet 16, were mar- ceased was a' good woman in every at the old Duncan homestead, Mrs. ed way and beloved by a wide circle of Gill's girlhood home, in the north- pretty little daughter, Lora Mae, of ernment. The state must agree to last week. Presbyterian church, Wednesday rural and graded districts; 23,323 ried at the court-hous- e cievening, July 19, at 7:30 o'cloc- k- negro children are listed in the Litt Webb and Miss Zena Eubanks friends. Mr. Wilder has the sym- west suburb, the Presbyterian pas- Beech Grove, Ind., are visiting her maintain the roads before the federal "Paul Finding the Secret." Every- ties and 51,386 in the rural and were joined heart and hand at the pathy of many friends in his be tor, Rev. H. S. Hudson conducting mother, Mrs. J. H. Reynolds, at ayl is given. The new plan will not the rites, the interment "following Moreland. reavement. interfere with state aid work at all. bride's home on the 14th. graded 'district. body welcome. st foiL-arilho- The United States Civil Service Commission has announced an examination for the County of Casey, to be held at McKinney, on August 12, 1916, to fill the position of rural carrier at Dunnville, and vacancies that may later occur on rural routes from other post offices in that county. The examination will be open only to male citizens who are actually domiciled in the territory of a post office in the county and who meet the other requirements. The form and application blanks may be obtained from the offices mentioned above or from the United States LIGHTNING STOCKHOLDERS GIRL KILLED IPLAYS HAVOC IN RUNAWAY TO HOLD BAG in the Lancaster cemetery. Miss Jennie Higgins, Garrard's efficient Superintendent of Schools has V- v--'- 1 uesdays and Fridays JUDGES CHOSEN TWO SPLENDID J m ed Peter-Neat-Richards- on Spur-lingto- kins-peop- le the-jnan- y n, e, Mc-Car- ty -- a. w Car-rollto- n; V -- t'. s The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky: Tuesday, July 1'8, 1916. IVftjfHHHMI The man with money gets ms money jor tis crop and iKen Ke puts it where it is safe & in the D&nk. J The Interior Journal S. M. SAUPLEY... $1 CENT -A- -WORD ADS ..Editor and Proprietor a Year in Advance. Paper Stops "When Time For Which It is Paid. Expires. (Ads here are z cent a word each issue, cash with order; no ad. less than 25c each issue.) POSTED. POSTED Entered at the Postoffice at Stanford at Second Class Hail Hatter. Ky.. John Meier, Highland Joe Busse, about 52-- tf Men's Underwear t When you say underwear mean Munsing-wea- r. Announcements subject to the Democratic Primary, August 5, 1916: FOR CONGRESS CHARLES F. MONTGOMERY j HARVEY HELM TALK to W. H. Higgins, The Interior Journal is authorized to announce the following candidates, bale ties. you neces-essaril- y FOR RENT. House of four rooms on East Main street. Apply to John S. Baughman, Stanford. 56-- tf takes cents to make dollars. It takes sense to keep dollars. This man knew enough to put seed In the ground and it grew into a crop. Nov he knows enough to put dollars in the bank and grow a fortune. He knows if he plants grain it grows; if he plants dollars they grow. But dollars don't fear weather conditions. Put YOUR money in OUR bank. We pay 3 per cent, interest. It 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- WHAT REPUBLICANS THINK. George F. Johnson of the Endi-cot- t, Johnson & Co., big leather and shoe manufacturers of Endicott, New York, heretofore a republican, announced today through the Woodrow Wilson Independent League at Washof ington, he favored the President wilson. Mr. Jonhson not only believes the President should be but he has promised to lend his individual efforts to bring this about. He has been a member of the Organization Committee of the League. His statement giving his reasons for supporting the President follows: "I am in favor of the of President Wilson because he has handled the difficult problems of Government splendidly. No man could have done better under existing conditions. He has served the nation at a time when service meant much to him and to the nation. He has been shamefully attacked by politicians for political effect. He has earned, and is justly entitled, to the confidence and support of the American people. The present condition of the country the work in which he has been engaged, the incomplete, and at the present time, critical condition of the work, the experience which he has had and the ability he has shown, all indicate that it is a matter of common sense and good judgment to see that he is retained to finish the work now in progress." on on LOST. Between Stanford and Crab Orchard, automobile license, No. 22965. Reward if left at this office. 56-- lt 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. Munsing is made for every style man the big fat short man the lean tall man and the man of regular form. We carry the Union Suits for all these shaped fellows; with the drop seat, the sensible, comfortable seat; easy to loose or fasten; all sizes. Three prices $1.00, $ .50 and $2.00. Also B. V. D. Unions at $1.00 the suit. 1 in) FOR SALE. Hay baler which has been in use one season and is in good shape. Mrs. Burdett Powell, Hus- 56-- 2 tonville, Ky. FOR SALE. Fifty yearling steer calves; good quality, Wayne county bred. Phone or write, Jno. F. Dau-ghert- y, i Monticello, Ky. 55-- 2 THE Crab Orchard School taxes are now due. Please call at the Crab Orchard Banking Co. and settle. T. H. Bronaugh, treasurer. 56 It. A HOG came to my place on Ot- -' tenheim pike, about two weeks ago. Weighs about 180 pounds. Owner can have same by paying for his keep and this ad. Joe F. Vanhook. 56-l- p you. kind you want Cool and comfortable underwear is the that's what we offer ' McRoberts & Bailey 6-c- ap Lincoln 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 almost all over the country, and that he will carry some of the following States and prove that all were doubtful: Ohio, CaliColorado, fornia, Wisconsin, South Dakota, and Nebraska, perhaps, even Kansas, Massachusetts and Oregon." The enthusiasm with which such Roosevelt papers as the Tribune and the Kansas City Star are booming Hughes is wonderful. They mention his name editorially perhaps as often as once a week. PICTURE SHOW PROGRAM TONIGHT Paramount "Mr. Grex of Monte Carlo," Featuring Theodore Roberts. WEDNESDAY Paramount "The Girl of Yesterday," Featuring MARY FICKFORD THURSDAY Paramount FOR SALE. Pony, harness and new cart; 100 brown leghorn chicStanforu 42tf kens, full stock; one 0. K. Jewel cook stove; one Gem Oak heater; WANTED. Men for factory 140 egg incubator. E. J. Howen-stin- e, work; good wages; steady work. 55-l- p Stanford, Ky. Take Holman street car. The Cambridge Tile Mfg. Co., Covington, WORKHAND WANTED Good re56-- 1 Ky. liable married man to work on farm; small family with son from 16 to 20 WILSON TO OUTRUN PARTY. WANTED Girls for light fac- years of age to work in poultry tory work; good wages; steady work-Tak- e yards and learn the poultry busi(From Philadelphia Record.) According to the New York TriHolman street car. The Cam- ness; mile and a half from town, in district. Jno. O. Reid, Stanbune, quoting some unnamed infor- bridge Tile Mfg. Co., Covington, school Ky. 55-- 2 ford, 56-- 1 . mant, apparently its own editor, Ky. there are going to be more indeNOTICE. The firm of Masters pendent voters this year than ever LOST. Lady'jk sterling silver pin, & Bowyer, of McKinney, Ky., enbefore and most of them will sup- beaded pattern, about 2 4 inches gaged in the merchandise business, port Wilson in preference to Hughes. long; on road from Rowland to Stan- will dissolve after the first of August, This prophet further says: ford. Reward for return to Mrs. 1916. All parties owing the above "I am willing to bet that when L. E. Gravellee, 14th Avenue, North, firm are requested to settle their acthe votes are counted, it will be 56-l- p Birmingham, Ala. counts before August 1, as we must found that Mr. Wilson has run far beyond the usual party vote e, 1-- FURNITURE, Ivlattlngs, Druggets, Rugs, Wall Paper, Lace Curtains, Window Shades, Trunks, Suit Cases. Pictures and Mouldings. W. A. Trib-bl- collect up the accounts to settle up LATEST WAR NEWS. the partnership business. I will Two successes of The thank you to give this matter your Allies continued Eastern on both the and Westattention. Thanking you for past facausing great enthuern fronts are vors, Masters & Bowyer, by G. H. siasm in England. In the Somme 56-- 1 Masters, Manager. region the Allies have captured 11,-0prisoners since July 1. The war is now costing Great Britain THE CAMPBELL HOUSE ranks daily. among the first of hotels in this secThe Russian commander, Gan. tion of the country. Mr. G. L. Reed, Kuropatkin, has launched an offenrg hotel inspector, says the Phoenix Ho- sive againts Field Marshal von on the Dvina River, and von tel and the Campbell House are two hotels that no fault can be found Linsingen's araiy south of Lutsk has with. Mr. Reed said while here that been compelled to retire behind the no fault however small had been Lipa River. The Ruaaions captuicJ found in its management during the 13,000 prisoners Sunday. eleven years it had been run, and Curley Johnson, who was in the future it will be run in the t' same way. Every hotel would be the penitentiary from this t u ty proud to and very few are able to for robbery, was paroled hy 56-- 1 Commission last week. say this. 00 $30,-000,0- 00 Hm-denbus-- CSa3XBB3SBSK2SEXa2aZS2 jj, i.tm iii.t.n.i'iui.TTTTr' A MONEY-SAVIN- G OPPORTUNITY ! Graves, Cox & Co.' s July Clearance This Is The Season's Greatest Merchandizing Event 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. Roadster Car $440 Touring Car H. C. ANDERSON, Stanford FORD AG Storage ENT FOR LINCOLN COUNTY Repairing Tires Accessories Phone 203 1 "Jane," featuring and Grant. Greenwood 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. FRIDAY Mutual GIRL AND THE GAME" "THE This is the first number of the Great Railroad Serial, featuring HELEN HOLMES Comedy Keystone HONOR SLAIN SOLDIER. GOOD CLOTHING AT REAL SAVINGS Suits, Light-Weig- ht W. E. PERKINS, Crab Orchard, Kentucky Rakes and Hoes, Water Coolers and Binder Twine. See us before you buy Harrodsburg Friday honored the memory of Corporal Davis Marks-burof the regular army, who was killed in action against yilla's bandits at Namiquipa, Mexico, last May. Funeral services were conducted at the Christian 'church by the Rev. R. M. Sampson, and the crowd which attended the funeral was the largest ever seen at a funeral in Mercer county. Nearly all the business buildings, the court house and city hall flew flags at haif mast, and a long funeral procession was headed by Boy Scouts. y, 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. with silk Styles for the young man; styles for the man of mature years. New checks, stripes, plaids or rich mixtures. Many quarter-line- d sleeve lining. Every wool suit in the house, finest blue flannels and serges included. PALM BEACH, KOOL KLOTH AND MOHAIR SUITS EXCEPTED. ALL $15.00 GARMENTS REDUCED TO ALL $16.50 GARMENTS REDUCED TO ALL SIS.OO GARMENTS REDUCED TO VI T D. Newland & Son, Opposite the Court-House, A SPECIAL OFFER From now to Nov. 10th, after the election, the I. J. can give you the I. J. one year, the Louisville Evening Post to Nov. 10th and Home and Farm one year, all for $2. $12.00 ALL $20.00 GARMENTS REDUCED TO $12.75 ALL $25.00 GARMENTS REDUCED TO $14.50 ALL $30.00 GARMENTS REDUCED TO $15.50 $20.00 $24.00 i Phone No. 168. Stanford, Kentucky. AT YOUR DRUGGIST. BRING YOUR JOB PRINTING TO THE I. J, REMEDYFORMIN. n Graves, Cox & Qo., Lexington -- ' HF2 The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky: Tuesday, July Statement of 18, 1916. ANNOUNCEMENT I have bought the Penny Drug Store, and take this The First National Bank Of Stanford, Ky., June 3Qth, 1916J RESOURCES: Loans, stocks and bonds means of assuring the many patrons that the same high standards of service, which have characterized it in the past will be continued as its policy in the future. Hoping for a continued generous portion of your patronage, I am, Miss Sara LeBovitsky, of Chicago is the guest of Mrs. C. Hays Foster. Miss Allie Russell Fish is the guest of Miss Martha Garrett at Richmond. Miss Ruby Day, of Hillsburg, Ky., is the guest of Miss Edith Welburn. Miss Margurite Allen, of Millers-bor- o is the guest of friends and rela- "It's Great, Let's Go." Get Ready, Everybody Attend This Year. tives here. Miss Frances Dunlap, of Kansas City is the guest of Miss Mary Bailey. Mr. and Mrs. Sam C. Hardin, of London, went from here to Lan- Ik Blue Grassrair Incorporated LEXINGTON, KENTUCKY $299,764.37 6,798.50 Banking House Cash and Due from Banks Total, LIABILITIES: Capital, Surplus and Profits Circulation Deposits Bills Payable E. R. COLEMAN. Igo Perry is back from Madison, where he spent some time with relatives. E. J. Tanner and pretty daughter, Miss Ruth Tanner, were in the city caster to visit friends. Miss Clara Young, who has been visiting Miss Sallie Burdette, has returned to her home at Lawrence-bur- August 7 to 12, 1916 FREE ATTRACTIONS: JOHN C. WEBER'S PRIZE BAND OF AMERICA; Miss Katherine Hoch, Soprano; Mr. John Dodd, Baritone; Messrs. Kenyon & Popular Songs and Ragtime; The Ferris Wheel Girls, on a Nickel Plated Apparatus 35 feet high; The Dellameade Troupe in reproduction of Sculptor Work of Well Known Masters; The Flying Girls Two Young Ladies in Graceful Feats on Two Single Swinging Ladders; Five Young Ladies, Talented Instrumentalists. Beautiful Costumes Changed Daily. RUNNING AND HARNESS RACES DAILY BEST SHOW ON EARTH AT LEXINGTON, THE CAPITAL OF THE HORSE WORLD THE MEYERHOFF ATTRACTIONS 22 SPECIAL CARS 300 PEOPLE REDUCED RATES ON ALL ROADS. For Entry Blanks or Information, Address El-we- g. 32,871.40 $339,434.27 $80,735.50 50,000.00 I Saturday. Total, i . 203,698.77 I 5,000.00 J $339,434.27 I 1 Dividend of 3 per cent, declared, payable on demand $100 The readers of this paper will be pleaded t Irani that there is at leat one dreaded disease itfcat science has been able to euro In all Its Ftapcs, and that Is Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure is the only positive cure now known to the med- Reward, $100 Catarrh being a constitutional ical fraternity. ciease, requires a constitutional treatment. Hail s Catarrh Cure Is taken internally, actinp directly upon the blood and mucous .surfaces of the system, thereby destroying the foundation uf the disease, and pivin? the patient strength liv building up the constitution and agisting nature in doing Its work. The proprietors have. m much faith in Its curative powers that they offer One Hundred Dollars for any case that It Jails to cure. Send for list of testimonials. Address F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, 0. W Scld by all Druggists, 73c. Take Hall's Family Pills for constipation Personal and Social The Sewing Circle will meet with Miss Mary Early Wednesday morning at 10 o'clock. Mrs. S. A. Keith, of Maysville, has been the guest of N. W. Fowle and family. Miss Maud Arnold has returned home from a pleasant week's visit with Miss Virginia Lawrence of Mr. W. C. Holtzclaw. of Covington, visited Mr and Mrs. A. J. Gooch. Miss Florence Hamilton, of Louisville, is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Scott Hamilton. Miss Ida Mae Bourne has been the recent guest of Miss Virginia Lawrence. Miss Verna Lutes, of Danville, is visiting her grandmother, Mrs. John Lutes on Main street. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas H. Shanks of Columbus, Ga., arrived early in the week for a visit to relatives. Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Jordan have taken rooms with Mr. and Mrs. Walter Jones of West Main street.' Mr. Jordan continues quite ill. George Newland, who has a good position in Nashville, spent several days with his mother, Mrs. Annie Newland. Miss Lucinda Lutes will leave Thursday for Paris, where she will attend a house party given by Miss Myra Jacoby. Mrs. Joe S. Rice went to Cave City Saturday afternoon to visit her mother, Mrs. Gaiuiett. Miss Ethel Carr, of Lexington, friends and relatives in Lancastei-- . spent several days with her uncle, Mrs. R. H. Putnam and baby, of Mr. T A. Rice and wife. Lebanon, came up Tuesday morning Miss Elizabeth Watts, of Louis for a visit to friends and relatives. ville is the attractive guest of Misses ,Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Martin, of Mattie and Bettie Paxton. Danville, spent Sunday with Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Owens, of Bir- Mrs. W. B. Buchanan. mingham, Ala., are guests of their Miss Mattie Lipps, 'of Louisville, sister, Mrs. E. J. Tanner, at was the guest of Miss Sallie Burdett early in the week. Mrs. John H. Shanks, of Columbus Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Holt, of Louis-MilGa., is here with her mother, Mrs. are guests, of Mr. and Mrs. T. Lelia Cook. Her husband will join H. Eads. ,her later. Misses Ora and Ida Hutchison, of Miss Lucinda Lutes returned home Ludlow, are the attractive guests of last week from a protracted visit to Tim Hutchison and daughter here. Mrs. J. D. Fisher and Miss Mabel Mrs. Sallie Johnson and daughter, Gum, of Lexington. of Louisville, are guests of relatives Mrs. W. T. Smith, who has been Mc-Kinne- Miss Mary Watts, of Louisville, is the guest of friends here. Miss Mrs. E. J. Lee is visiting relatives Elizabeth Higgins will entertain toat Corbin. night in her honor. Miss Sallie Burdett has returned from a visit to friends at Newport. Mr. W. M. Burt, of Birmingham, has been the guest of Miss Cora Lee. Matthew Fenzel is at home today George D. Hopper went to Rich-- ! but will soon leave for Shepherds-vill- e mond Saturday for a few days' stay. where he will work second Miss Katherine Harris is visiting ll, Heard About iown trick. Oppie Brown has come "back home" from Lancaster, and accepted a position with the Lincoln T. C. Ball and family went to Knoxville Saturday on a prospecting trip. If they like that city they "will very probably move there. W. S. Fish, inspector under the act, spent several days with the homefolks here. It was his first visit in a couple of months and family and friends were glad to have him home again. Dr. R. L. Davison received notice of the death at Nicholasville of William L. Buford, father of Brown who was postmaster of that place up to July 1st. The deceased was himself postmaster of Nicholasville for years. The home of Dr. Harry Higgins was blessed by the arrival of a baby boy this morning at five o'clock. He has been christened William Harry Higgins III. Dr. Higgins' parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Higgins, of this place are very proud of their new anti-narcot- ic Bu-for- d, JOHN W. BAIN, Secretary, LEXINGTON, KENTUCKY FARM FOR SALE. , tember. Ky. J. Ed. Allen, Danviife, y. e, visiting relatives liere and in the Peyton's Well section, has returned to her home in Lexington. Miss Lena Beck, of McKinney, is the guest of her sister, Mrs. J. W. Davis, on Oak street. Somerset Journal. Mrs. J. D. Sweeney returned Saturday from Louisville, where she had been with her daughter for a visit of several weeks. Mrs. Henry Zimmerman, of Louisville, arrived Saturday to visit her sister, Mrs. C. L. Gover and other here. Misses Mary and Gertrude Gaines have returned from a visit to Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Gaines at Lancaster. Miss Linda K. Miller, who has been teaching at Buffalo, N. Y., the past year, is here for the summer acres, 3 miles out of Danville, Ky., on the Lancaster pike, President Wilson in the preswee (Boone Highway,) attractively locaof Senator James and Reproscnta- ted, productive and splendidly water the bill trans j tive Johnson, signed ed; large pool stocked with fish comparatively new house ferring the Liricoln Farm and an with porches, necessary outbuildings, endowment fund of 50,000 to the barns and tenant house. Splendid Federal Government. apple orchard and other fruits in Kentucky National Guards stationabundance; educational advantages ed at Ft. Thomas will entrain for the of Danville are of the highest; the border within ten days, according to best of ra'ilroad facilities, yet no announcement made by Gen. Roger crossing of same going into town. D. Williams, and will see at least Would like to give possession in Sep six months active service. 12G 1-- 2 vacation. Mrs. George Martin, of Lebanon Junction, spent several days early in the week with Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Black Paint Manufactured, Sole! and Applied BY --. .J' TOl jJafffF) Wm' s 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 relatives in the county. Mr. and Mrs. George Blackerby. of Junction City, who have been guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Rose, returned home Saturday. Miss Florence Dawes, who has been visiting relatives at Highland, took the train here Monday for Lancaster and Richmond. Favette Wilkinson went to Richmond Sunday to spend the day with his wife and family who are visiting relatives there. Mrs. S. D. Saunders and handsome son, Delmar, of Peoria, 111., are visiting Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Gooch at their pretty country home. Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Gooch and visitor, Mrs. S. D. Saunders, Mrs. W. J. Holtzclaw and Ferdinand Matheny, motored to Lexington, Versailles and Frankfort Wednesday. Mrs. G. W. Cabell returned Sat- t j urday from a visit to her daughters at Lebanon Junction. Mrs. H. M. Brooks returned with her for a brief Mary Banks Anderson have returned to their home in Stanford after a visit to Mrs. J. M. Amon. Quite a number of social functions were given for them. Central Record. 3 terMisses Sara Robinson, of Lancasand Elizdbeth Givens of the Shelby City section, spent several days with Miss Jean Paxton, who gave them a good time, horseback riding, etc. visit. Misses Hester and Menace Your Health b 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. CI othin Clothiii y SAVES DAUGHTER Advice of Mother no Dodbt Pre- vents Daughter's Untimely End. Ready, Ky. " I was not able to do '.nytliimj for nearly six months, '' writes vlrs. Laura Bratcher, of this place, "and vas down in bed for three months. I cannot tell you hew I suffered with iy head, and with nervousness and Clothing. We are making SPECIAL PRICES on all Sale. A Clothing during our Fifteen-Dalarge stock of Blue Serges, Greys, Browns I 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 o'nanly troubles. Our family doctor told my husband he ould iot do me any good, and he had o give it up. We tried another doctor, he did not help me. At last, my mother advised me to take 'ardui, the woman's tonic. 1 thought t was no use for 1 was nearly dead and .lothing seemed to do me any good. But took eleven bottles, and now 1 am able 'o do all of my work and my own washing. 1 think Cardui is the best medicine in ihe world. My weight has increased, and I look the picture of health. " If you suffer from any of the ailments peculiar to women, get a bottle of Cardui jiay. Delay is dangerous. We know t will help you, for it has helped so iiany thousands of other weak women :n the past 50 years. At all druggists. jt 1 Write to: Ghattsnooea Medicine Co., Ladies' Adviso'rv DeDt.. Chattanooga. Tenn.. for Sttcial .. ...... -- i r I U..1. UM TresiroenUor Women." in clain wranDer. H.C. 123 e? I Buchanan. Judge and Mrs. Sam Hardin, of London, are guests of Mrs. Jennie Wearen and Mr. and Mrs. George H. Farris. Mr. and Mrs George B. Harris, of Birmingham, Ala., visited his brother, J. R. Harris and family here and his father and other relatives at Lancaster early in the week. Mrs. U. V. W. Darlington, of Huntington, W. Va., is here to spend a month with her aunt, Miss Florence Trueheart and other relatives and friends. Rev. R. R. Noel spent portion of last week with his daughter, Mrs James B. Woods, near Paint Lick. All of his children were there and they had a deljghtful family reunion. Mrs. Fred Garne'tt and daughter, Virginia Wilson Garnett, and Miss Bettie Warren, spent several days with Mrs.' L. F. Jones at Crab Orchard. E. C. Moore and wife, of Liberty, spent portion of Saturday and Sun day with Mr. and Mrs. Ed Wilkinson on Lancaster street. Miss Mabel Wilkinson, who had been visiting them, came up with them. Mrs. Rissie West, Miss Louanna Whitehead and Herbert Cox and John W. Fields motored down from Mt. Vernon and 'spent Sunday at the home of Squire W. M. Fields in the West End. Mrs. H. M. Ballou and children, have returned from Crab Orchard where they enjoyed a sojourn at Crab Orchard Springs as the guest of their friend, Mrs. W. I. Williams, of Tulsa, Okla. Frank Reed, circulation manager of the Lexington Herald, was here Sunday a short while the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Eb Kennedy. Mr. Reed was accompanied by his sisters and mother, who reside in Danville. Miss Jennie Duncan, of Lancaster, has been the guest of her sister, Mrs. Charlotte Warren. She was here when she received the sad news of the death in Washington City of her sister, Mrs. Pattie Gill, of Lancaster. Mrs. Gill was visiting her daughter, Mrs. E. O. Barnard, when the end came very suddenly. Mrs. M. F. Elkin, of this city, will leave Tuesday for Atlanta, Ga., where she will join her daughter and with her be the guests for several weeks of Dr. Arch Elkin. Miss Mary Walden Gooch has returned to her home at Stanford, after spending a few days with the Misses Pilling at their home in Bell Court West. Lexington Leader. Mrs. J. D. Sweeney gave a birthday dinner for her daughter, Miss Gladys Sweeney, the other day which proved a very delightful affair. Quite a number of friends were present, including Mr. and Mrs. Durr, of Mercer county. Miss Sweeney, who is "sweet sixteen," re ceived a number of presents and was heartily congratulated on reaching the Very interesting age she has. grandson. A telegram from the proud parents told of the arrival of the youngster at their home in Richmond, Va. C. PHONE No. 16 W. BALDWIN ROPE SPLICING, STACK HOUSE RAISING AND MOVING, Daly Hutchison, who has been-livinat Floresville, Texas, for several years, is here with his brother, Tim Hutchison, who has just returned from a lengthy visit to Arizona. T! former is en route to Covington where he will visit relatives for a time, and after that will prospect in this part of the country. He says that the Mexicans have been making it mighty warm for all Americans who lived near the border, and that he went to sleep every night with munitions of war handy and not knowing just where he would awaken. g RAISING AND HEAVY HOISTING P. O. BOX 38 DANVILLE, KENTUCKY S3SH 4 HOTELS 4 Worid Famous ADAMS ANDERSON. LIGHT, AIRY Connecting Rooms, Capacity, Brick 300 Guests, $100,000 Building. Finest in South. New Hot and Cold Bath Departments. Boating. Fishing. Hunting. Fox Chasing. lake IS feet deep. One and one-ha- lf miles of Dix river. 4-a- Crab Orchard Springs. Seven varieties of water Chalybeate, Salt Sulphur, Crab Orchard, Magnesia, Cistern, Etc. OPEN ENTIRE YEAR In Lincoln county, Kentucky, on the Knoxville branch L. & N., 115 miles from Louisville, 46 miles from Lexington, 139 miles south of Cincinnati RATES $2.00 PER DAY $10.00 $12.00 and $14.00 PER WEEK Children Under 12 Years and Nurses Half Price Leslie Adams and Lula Anderson drove over to the court house this afternoon and were married. The bride is "sweet sixteen,'" and a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Anderson,, of Crab Orchard, while the groom is nineteen, and a son of Mr. and Mrs. John Adams, of Gilbert's Creek. They were accompanied by friends and immediately after the ceremony, left for the groom's home where they will go to housekeeping. MUSIC DANCING 31 gj Long Distance Phone and Telegraph. 4 daily mails. Express. Large Auto Garage. Livery in Connection. Good Turnpikes in all directions. Swimming Pool. Electric Lights anu own ice pianc. Crsquet Tennis, Baseball, J. B. WILLIS, Secretary, CRAB ORCHARD, KY. ffi7ruy -- tor winr- - MY HEILTH To Lydia E. Pinkham's Veg- etable Compound. 0 Washington Park, 111. "I am the mother of four children and have suf fered with female trouble, backache, nervous spells and the blues. My children's loud talking and romping would make me so nervous 1 I I Their record is proof of their worth. On the market twenty-nin- e 1 years, and the first roofs laid are still tight and good today. They are 1 K fine in appearance, storm-proand inexpensive of 14 fcr Sale by I WILL STONE, everything to pieces and I would ache all over and feel so sick that I would not want anyone to talk to me at times. Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound and Liver Pills restored me to health and I want to thank you for the good they have done me. I have had quite a bit of trouble and worry but it does not affect my youthful looks. My friends say ' Why do you look so young and well ? ' I owe it all to the Lydia E. Pinkham remedies." Mrs. Robt. Stopiel, Moore Avenue, Washington Park, Illinois. We wish every woman who suffers from female troubles, nervousness, backache or the blues could see the letters written by women made well by Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. If you have any symptom about which you would like to know write to the Lydia E. Pinkham Medicine Co., Lynn, Mass., for helpful advice given free of charge. I could just tear Stanford, Ky. SEE E. T. PENCE For McCormack Binders, Mowers, Rakes and Repairs. See the latest style Mowing Machines Before you buy." .21 WSF&fytt The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky: Tue iday, July 18, 1916. VbM iasssiBai Farm and Stock News John P. Mc.Whorter, of the West End, soldfito J. J. Russell a weanling calf for $26. H. C." Bottom, of Mercer, bought in Garrard county 25 steers and heifers averaging about 400 pounds at about $23. J. T. Livingston bought of Herbert Huffman 19 head of shoats at $5.60 a head and $5 premium on the bunch. B. W. Leigh, of Hustonville, sold to M. F. North 10 yearling cattle for October 1 delivery at 7 4 cents and to John P. McWhorter a weanling calf for $20. J. W. Rochester delivered Saturday 49 head of hogs to T. W. Jones. The swine weighed out an average of 170 pounds and they sold at 8 2 cents a pound. Postmaster Robert H. Anderson, of Georgetown, has sold 31 head of cattle to Gano & Burgess. The average weight was 1,458 pounds and the price paid was $950 per hundred 75-pou- nd PUBLIC SALE ARM AND PERSONAL PROPERTY As executor of the will of Rebecca J. West and pursuant to said will probated in June, 1915, by the Garrard County Court, I will sell her farm in Garrard county, Kentucky, five miles east of Lancaster, and one mile from the station of the L. & N. railroad at Hyattsville, on the Kirks-vill- e and Hyattsville turnpike, on PUBLIC SALE In order to settle the estate of the late J. E. Pleasants, we will sell all of his real estate and personal property at public auction on SATURDAY, JULY 22, 191G beginning at 1:30 o'clock p. m., at his late home in Crab Orchard. Said property consists of house and one acre of land, opposite the King Hotel in Crab Orchard; house contains seven rooms and is in fair shape; lots of fruit trees on place, good well in yard, and there is plenty of ground for a nice building lot adjoining the residence. Will also sell a lot of Household and Kitchen Furniture, including one or two pieces of Antique Furniture; also a very fine set of carpen- For Infants and Children. tf .mi PF : ita JHKXi , ftc N n. rr ' w wfeiH-g;i" airR-- l E -- ia fi jmfi) S HVl 9' The Kind You Hav Always Bough! "10,350 Miles Without Stopping Motor" so reads an ad of a car selling at $1,350 this was on a spee'dway. As you know The Maxwell ran 22,000 miles without stopping motor cross country and this is the WORLD'S RECORD. The new price of this car is $595, F. O. B., Detroit. Don't you see a reason herein' why you should own a Maxwell? Order yours today. H. C. CARPENTER Local Agent yu7 ,r'( W, '. sJ :i,-- . "5' IKS ftnG7.' V I ANtgetoLktaralfonrnrAs. simitaimgitenjctfaffiiReguH liiiijuiL'ioiuaBanauowlsel ALt OUOL 3 PER CENT. I Bears the Signature of M Of 1-- IVl" s3Gi Promotes Digestion .Ckeifii!- - SEtftt..'.! 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McKinney, farmer and horseman of Richmond, has sold his plantation walking .horse to Louis Lee Haggin, of Fayette county, for $600. This horse is a beautiful 1-1-- gJfCTBWJSWWSt Hail Insurance Tobacco and Hemp, All Growing Crops. TALK WITH chestnut sorrel toy Little Millionaire, out of a mare owned by Ora Hackett, o'f Madison, and is considered one of the best walking horses ever bred in Madison county. At the public sale of G. W. Lyne at the farm on the Lexington pike, one mile from Nicholasville last week, two milch cows sold for $65 and $67; two work horses $146; buggy mare $120; three calves $33; calf, $20; sow and nine pigs $50; G. B. ROBINSON, Executor. brood sow, $25; young shoat $11; sow and ten pigs, $40; hay $18 per Phone 377. Danville, Ky. ton; straw 45c per bale; corn in crib $4 per barrel; two farm wagons, $25 Nice Little Farm at and $27; phaeton $50; rockaway $62. Tuesday, August 1st, 1916, P. M., on the premises, at rain or shine, as the said sale is made to settle her estate. Terms There are about 283 acres in said farm; about 130 acres on the east side of the turnpike and about 153 acres on the west side. Said land will be first offered in said two tracts and then as a whol, and the bid or bids will be accepted which will realize the most money; said land to be sold by the acre and to be surveyed and so paid for and conveyed subject to said survey. Bonds with good security to be the of the purchaser, one-ha- lf purchase money to be due January in two 1, 1917 and the other one-ha- lf bonds or notes of equal amount due and payable in one and two years from January 1, 1917 and to bear interest at 6 .per cent per annum from January 1, 1917. Possession to be given and deed made when first bond is paid on January 1, 1917, seeding privileges given in the fall of 1916. A lien to be retained on said land to secure said bonds ivnd notes. There is on said farm a dwelling house Avith eight rooms and two porches, stock barn, crib and other outbuildings; also two good tenant houses, three tobacco barns and a pair of scales, splendid water and well watered, and the land is in a high state of cultivation, on half in grass. The farm will be sold first; after which I will alo sell five work mules, one brood mare, one mule colt and the farming implements of all kinds. (No household or kitchen furniture 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 information apply to 2 o'clock re-qur- ed ter's tools, in fine shape. Terms sale. made konwn on day of HEIRS OF J. E. PLEASANTS, Crab Orchard, Ky. At Lincoln County National Bank PROFESSIONAL AND BUSINESS CARDS ..Between Lancaster and Stanford.. Daily except Sunday You need the time saved; I need your business One way, $1.00; Round trip, $1.50; Special trip, $2.00 Your patronage solicited Stanford, Ky. X AUTO BUS LINE 1916 ANNOUNCEMENT OF 1916 C. H. MOSER Phone 237 Hughes & Swinehroad The Real Estate Men of Lancaster No. 14. 201 acres, unimproved, fronting on two pikes, one mile from Lancaster, first class land in every particular-- , a number of fine building sites, susceptible of division from several smaller farms. Price $130 per acre. No. 15. 243 acres, four miles out on pike, highly improved, mostly in grass, good land, ready for business, $75 per acre. No. 16. 225 acres in State of Indiana, 45 miles north of Louisville on B. & O. R. R., fertile land and good improvemants, will sell or exchange for other property. No. 18. 125 acres, right at town, old time brick residence, large rooms brick outbuildings, attractive home, good land, susceptible of making a suburban division, a number of tine building lots, fronting on street, but we must sell as a whole, has never been on the market until now. Further particulars and price on application. No. 19. 200 acres, on pike, four miles from Lancaster, very high class improvements, large handsome residence, large barns, silo, etc. Can be divided into two or three or more farms, but we must sell as a whole at $150 per acre. No. 20. 117 9 acres by survey, one mile from pike on "macadam road large residence, new tobacco barn, stock barn, good land, limestone soil, a bargain at $11,000. No. 21. 147 acres 1 2 miles from town on pike, fair improvements, good land, very productive, partly rolling, can be divided, price as a whole, $80 per acre. No. 22. 60 acres, on pike 4 2 miles from Lancaster, good land all in grass, 6 room dwelling, stock barn, tobacco barn and other outbuildings, improvements all new. 1-- CHAS. HART m JESSE D. WEAREN, THE INSURANCE MAN, Stanford, Kentucky. For Seed We have German Millet Seed; Buckwheat, the Japanese or Black variety. Red Top Sugar Cane Seed, and Orange Cane Seed. All of this has been well cleaned, and is ready to sow. J. H. BAUGHMAN & COMPANY STANFORD, . KENTUCKY 'flHSBBB county, the C. T. Ashby Company has shipped in the last ten days 20,000' bushels of wheat to Ballard & Ballard Company, Louisville. It was good wheat cost them $1.10 a bushel. The and Ashley Company is buying mixed hay at $12 a ton and straight timothy at $13 and $14 a ton. Old corn is selling at $4 a barrel, although the prospects for a bumper crop are fine. R. A. Dodd, of Wilmore, bought Patterson's- - wheat crop for $1.15 a bushel, the highest price that hak been paid for wheat this season. George W. Crain, Jr., and Eugene Harmon, prominent stock buyers of the Perryville section of Boyle, were in Stanford Tuesday morning en route to East Bernstadt to buy some They are looking for stock sheep. 1,000 head and will be glad to hear from anyone who has such for sale. They were in Cincinnati Monday where they had a load of fancy heifers on the market, which brought $8.60 a hundred. They also shipped in to both the Queen City and the Louisville markets seven loads of sheep, lambs and hogs within the pats few days. These hustling buyers plan to be on the Stanford market each court day from now on and are going after business big. In Jessamine CINCINNATI STOCK MARKET Hogs Receipts 2,700 ; active ; packers and butchers, $9.60 9.75; common to choice, $78.90; pigs and lights $6.50 9.80; stags $6 ,7.25. Cattle Receipts 2,200; dull; PUBLIC SALE Having bought a farm, I will on 16, 1916, beginning at two o'clock, p. m., sell to the highest bidder on the premises located about six miles from Stanford and four miles from Crab Orchard on the Boone Way, a nice home, containing 20 acres of good ground; a nice house, hall and porch, in good condition. Good barn 32x60 feet, crib, hen house, smoke house and all necessary outbuildings. It is a splendid location for a blacksmith shop and country store. There is a splendid well of water on the porch. Terms: $1,000 cash; balance on WEDNESDAY, AUGUST five-room time. W. A. BRENT, Owner. J. B. Dinwiddie, Auctioneer. Mr. Farmer It is time you were seeing about that steers, 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. cows, $4.25 slow,' $2.50 10.35. $5.509; 6.5.0. heifers Calves Lambs $511.50. 6.75. Sheep steady, Receipts 2,300; slow, $5 $58; You've been thinking of building for some time, i SILO NOTICE OF SALE deceased, will on W. H. STANFORD, --- Corner Main and Depot Streets, --- :::::: HIGGINS KENTUCKY The undersigned as Administrator of the estate of Mrs. Mattie Kirhj, Wednesday, at about the hour of 2 o'clock "?'. M., sell at public auction to the highest July 19th, 1916, In no other way J can you obtain such feed economy for your 'stock. You cannot spend any money on your farm to I We Will Save You Money on frigerators, Ice Cream Freezers, Coolers, Etc. ALSO LAWN MOWERS' AND TOOLS. GAR-DE- N Re- and best bidder at her late home on Main street, in the city of Stanford, Lincoln county, Kentucky, the following described personal p'operly: 1 share of stock in the First National Bank, of Stanford, Ky. 1 piano, household and kitchen furniture including beds, wardrobes, wash-stand- s, dressing tables, chairs, bookcases, tables, rugs, carpets, stoves, etc. There is included in this furniture quite a bit of Antique Furniture, three months with the privilege to the purchaser to pay cash on day of sale or at any time within three months thereafter. The purchaser or purchasers will be required to execute to the undersigned as administrator of said Mrs. Mattie Kirby, notes for the purchase price of articles bought by them, which notes shall be secured by good and approved personal security and shall bear interest at the rate of six per cent per annum from date until paid. All sums less than $10 will be for cash. J. N. Menefee, Jr., Admr., of the estate of Mrs. Matie Kirby. 2t which you should see. Said sale will be upon a credit of better advantage. And the only kind of silo to have is a Concrete Silo Which is there forever when you have it made DENTIST Come and let us sell you a farm in A modern equipped office. Somno-forGarrard county, where five millions anesthesia and orthodontia a of pounds of the best tobacco is specialty. Phone 33, Hustonville, Ky. grown annually; where all the agricultural products grow abundantly; where the best live stock is bred; where the blue T. W. PENNINGTON, good schools, grass grows; where moral and hospitable people are attracting many home DENTIST seekers. Lancaster, the county seat, Myers House Flats Stanford, Ky. has three banks, telephone exchange, Phone: Office 240: Res. 165 electric light plant, creamery, splendid water works system, two figuring mills, grain and hemp warehouse, tobacco warehouse, on the L. & N. railJ. B. PERKINS road, one of the best graded schools in the State, having an endowment DENTIST $50,000 in addition to a 28-2Rooms Lincoln Bank Building fund of new school building.-- We $30,000 ' Phone 214 STANFORD. KY. can sell homes or choice lots near the school. Our price is the owner's price. We refer to any bank or to any official HARRY JACOBS for proof that we will deal fairly Dealer In with you; as we have done for ten Fine Monumental Work years and have no dissatisfied customers. Cemetery Hill, Stanford, Ky. Improved and unimproved farms Closed on Saturday of all sizes and various locations and Phone 164 at various places but any farm priced at its market value. In the East capitalists are hunting W. W. BURGIN real estate. No. 1. 130 acres, on pike, 4 2 DENTIST Mondays, Tuesdays and Wednesdays miles from Lancaster, good land, slightly rolling, well improved, at $90 at Crab Orchard Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays per acre. No. 2. 171 acres, 4 2 miles on at Stanford main pike, fine land and well locaOffice in Lincoln Bank Buiding ted, good improvements, at $135.00 per acre. pike 1 2 No. 3. John M. Casey, D. V. M. miles from 191 acres on very fertile, town, land tenant house and two large tobacco Veterinary Surgeon barns. Price $120.00 per acre. No. 4. 124 acres on good road, Grad. Cincinnati Veterinary College (Rec. by U. S. Gov.) 2 mile from pike, rich land, partly Office. Farris' Stable rolling, brick house and tobacco barn. .Kentucky $85 per acre. Danville, No. 5. 125 acres, 4 mile from pike, 1 2 miles from railroad, good land, Hot Weather Is Here at $75fair improvements, a bargain per acre. No. 6. 310 acres on pike, 2 miles in order. See from good village, residence, stock, Is your Bath-roobarn and tobacco barn, well watered mostly in grass, hemp and tobacco, W. K. WARNER land ready for cultivation. A moneyand get your sanitary plumbing maker at $65 per acre. No. 7. 200 acres of as good land done. Phone 188, Stanford, Ky. as there is in Kentucky, 1 2 miles from Lancaster, on pike, well improved at $150 an acre. Livery and Auto Service No. 8. SO acres unimproved, adDrummers' Wagons, Carriages and joining No. 7, on pike at $135 per Buggies; Open Day and Night. acre. Autos by trip or the mile. Give us a .No. 9. 440 acres, one mile from Trial, We Will Please You. pike on good road, first class land, H. H. Carter, Manager. good residence, tenant house, five Phone 5. CARTER & CARTER, Stanford, Ky. large barns, concrete pools. A -maker either as an investment or to live on. Price $100 per acre. Auto Bus Between No. 10. 600 acres, 1 2 miles from pike, well residence Danville and Stanford and tenant houses,improved, barns, fine several Daily Except Sunday land, well watered. Can sell the Leaves Stanford (St. Asaph Hotel) whole at $65 per acre, or will sell off at 10:00 a. m. and 4.00 p. m. smaller tracts at attractive prices. Leaves Danville (Hotel Annex) at No. 11. 150 acres on pike, good m. and 1:30 p. m. 9:00 a. land, well improved, good neighborBundles and Packages Carried at hood, three miles from small town. Low Charges Price $90 per acre. O. L. MINKS, Proprietor No. 12. 56 acres of fine land, one mile from Lancaster, small residence, and other imWHEN YOU COME TO DANVILLE large tobacco barn per acre. $125 v provements. Hitch With No. 13. 97 acres one mile from M. J. FARRIS, Jr. Lancaster, on pike, fine land and new improvements. $125 per acre. NEW LIVERY Careful Attention to Hitch, Feed and Board Horse3. 4th Street Phone 32 Thurmond's Old Stand 9, 1-- 1-- 1-- 1-- 1-- 1-- 1-- 1-- m 1-- money- 1-- G8 acres, five miles from Lancaster, on pike, right at school and churches, accessible to two other county seats, small residence, large barn, good, young orchard, fine location for dairyman or stock man. Price on application. No. 23 104 acres, highly improved, two miles from Lancaster, splendid land. Price $135 per acrel No. 24. A good business proposidwelling with tion; large basement for kitchen, dining room, etc., large livery barn, two story, upper floor, hard-woo- d maple, used for dance hall or skating rink, two small houses, will always rent. Located on railroad, In small, but splendid business town. A moneymaker for the right man. Price $4,500 or will trade for farm. No. 24 60 acres on pike, near town, very fertile, big tobacco barn and residence; $85 per acre. No. 25. A number of cottages and residences and building lots and business houses in Lancaster and suburbs at attractive price either for homes or for investment. No. 26. We always have on our list other properties, farms, dwellings stocks of goods, in fact all kinds of properties either for sale or trade. No. 27. To the man who wants to sell SEE US. If you want to sell at public auction your farm and stock and crops, let us "pull off" the sale for you, we will make you 1-- 2. 1-- 2. $5,000.00. No. 23. Hughes & Swinebroadi Lancaster. Kentuckvi DANVILLE, KENTUCKY TO THE PUBLIC The Real Estate Men PHILLIPS BROS., STANFORD, KY. ! GEORGE H. FARRIS. 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 yur money, either in the cheapest grades or the higher priced. My SPRING and SUMMER line of Undertaker -- - Embalmer samples is now ready for your in- spection. Call and let me show you. Office Phone 167 Home Phone 35 STANFORD, KY. H. C. RUPLEY. The Practical Tailor. made-to-order I represent the largest and best J. C. M'Clary J. L. Beazley & Co., Undertaker Embalmer Phone 42, Stanford, Ky.