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Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1912): July 28, 1916 Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1912) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Shelton M. Saufley Stanford, KY 1916 int1916072801_sn85052023 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1912): July 28, 1916 Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1912) Shelton M. Saufley Stanford, KY 1916 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. This Paper Stops When. Your Time Is Up. See Date on Your Label Established 1860.57th Year.-- No. The 59 I.XTnTl JLJ JL JLJl JJsl r JLJ J OURNAL BAD "MAIL SERVICE. I. N This Label Is Either? ceipt or a Bill. What Does It Say to You? W -- ,:A itf P Stanford, Lincoln County, Kentucky, Friday, July 28, 1916 KILLED BY LIGHTNING Crab Orchard. Mr. and Mrs. James Dodd, of Haywood, 111., Mrs. Alice Cash and f lays and Fridays GREAT FAIR IN MERCER COUNTY Lincoln County Exhibitors Fare Very-WelAnd Big Crowds Are On Hand Each Day Awards l The Country Fair Circuit up in this end of the state opened most auspiciously at Harrodsburg Tuesday. Although the weather was very warm it was what everybody called "ideal fair weather," and the people didn't seem to mind that, for they were on hand by the thousands "from the lead mines." A splendid program was offered each day, the show of horse and other live stock being very good as were also the exhibits in the Secretary floral hall department. Clel Coleman was on the job all of the time, with a splendid and most accomodating bunch of young fellows as assistants and they made the visitors from far and near feel that it was good to have been there. Quite a number from Lincoln were on hand each day but the third day, Thursday, was the big day for Lincoln county people, and fully 50 or more went over primarily to boost for Stanford's big fair, Aug. 23, 24 and 25. Stanford and Lincoln county exhibitors fared well in show rings. The great Han-i- & Woods string of show mules had things almost their own way in the hybrid classes. C. S. Lyons, of this city, took a big bunch of blues on his poultry. The comnlete rewards on the live stock poultry and horse rings up to 3 o'clock Thursday afternoon were as follows: Polled Angus Cattle Bull 1 vear and over Ike Scott 1, Gordon & Neal 2d. Bull under 1 vear M. D. Gordon. Cow with calf M. D. Gordon. Shorthorns Bull 1 vear and over S. E. Alexander 1st, T. C. Wood 2d. Here fords Bull 1 vear and over West Pows fc ell 1st, Wm. Barnett 2d. Sweepstakes Bull anv age S. E. Alexander 1, Ike Scott 2. Cow any age M. D. Gordon. Shetland Ponies Pony not to exceed 4G inches high to be driven in harness by girl under 15 vears Eddie Mitchell 1st. McAfee & Cole 2d. Same to be driven by bov or girl Eddie Mitchell 1st and 2d. Shetland foal ot 1916 McAfee & Cole 1st. Eddie Mitchell 2d. Best boy or girl rider. 12 years old and under, on ponv Howard Lee Vanarsdall 1st, E. W. Baughman 2d. 191G Best Shetland Mare with foal of at heel McAfee & Cole 1st; Eddie Mitchell 2d. Stallion, mare or gelding any age shown under saddle John Baughman of Danville, 1st and 2nd. Horses Model stallion, mare or gelding Leroy Bonta 1st, McCray Bros., 2d. Roadster stallion, mare or gelding 2 years and under 3 John Buster 1, Robert Mitchell 2d. Buggv mare or gelding owned in "Buster 1, Miss Annie Mercern-Joh- n James 2. Roadster gelding any age John Buter 1, Ike Gaither 2. Jacks Jack, two years and over M. D. Gordon 1st. Jack under 2 years I. C. Brown. Jack any age I. C. Brown 1st, M. D. Gordon 2d. years and over I. C. Brown 1st, J. A. Seay 2d. Jennet under 2 years Grover Stigall 1st. Jennet any age I. C. Brown 1st, J. A. Seay 2d. Saddle Horses d Mare or gelding 1 year and under 2 R. E. Goddard 1st, Marion Saun-t'er- s Jennet 2 Five-Gaite- Mare or gelding 2 years and under 3 McCray Bros., 1st, Robert Mitchell 2d. Mare, 3 years and under 4 E. K. Thomas 1st. McCray Bros. 2d. Mare or gelding any age McCray Bros., 1st and 2d. Plantation Ring Best stallion, mare or gelding M. C. Helm 1st, A. W. Comingo 2d. Best mule roadster Scott Mitchell 1st, W. O. Mitchell 2d. Brood mare subject to register Wells Tewmey 1st; Wm. Brown 2d. Roadster pony, stallion, gelding or Edmare, driven by boy under 15 Mitchell 1st, J. T. Lester 2d. die Fat man rider, change horses John I. Vanarsdall 1, C. H. Board 2. Rockaway mare or gelding Allen S. Edelen 1st; I. C. James 2. Saddle foal of 191G, eligible to registration, Leroy Bonta 1st, Howard Vanarsdell 2d. Best decorated Maxwell auto Chas. Henderson 1, Lee Sims 2. Harness Horses Combined stallion, mare or gelding 3 years and under 4 Claude Thomas 1st, Mack Hughes 2d. Pair harness mares or geldings McCray Bros., 1st, S. B. Pope 2d. Brood mare and foal 1916 Howard Vanarsdell 1st; Leroy Bonta 2d. Roadster mare, Mack Hughes 1st, I. C. James 2d. The Sheep rings were all won by Robert Hudson, G. W. Foster and Z. B. Teater. Mare, 3 years and over Harris & Woods 1st, R. B. Woods 2d. Mare 2 vears and under 3 Harris & Woods 1st. Mare, 1 year and under 2 Harris & Woods. 2d. UNCLE SAM GETS TWO HERE colt becoming property .of association, premium worth $125 W. H. Bonta. Will Let and Jeff Bryant Again Special Ring Charged W ith Bootlegging. Prettiest boy or girl baby under Buford Moore McFatridge, 1 year Jeff Bryant and Bill Lee, two no1st; JMrs. Wes Parson's baby 2d. torious bootleggers, of Macksville, Horses Saddle foal of 191G Leroy Bon- were arrested here Wednesday by ta 1 and 2; Howard Vanarsdell 3. Deputies C. L. Winfrey and H. R. Harness colt or filly under 1 year Saufley and taken to Danville to John Vineyard 1; Bob Mitchell 2. have their preliminary trial before Colt either sex by Veatch Wilkes U. S. Commissioner Lawwill. Tom Adkins 1, W. E. French 2. This Robert Horn 2. is the second time Deputy Collector Walking stallion, mare or gelding Saufley has gotten the goods on these owned in Mercer A. W. Comingo 1, two violators and it is a pretty saf" Murphy 2. prediction that Judge Cochran of POULTRY AWARDS the Federal court will give them a penitentiary sentence this time, Barred Plymouth Rocks Cock S. M. Harbison 1, R. 0. which means that Stanford will be rid of these two undesirables for at Prewitt 2. Cockerel R. O. Murphy 1, M. P. least a year, during which time they will be put at hard labor. Gordon 2d. Hen S. M. Harbison 1, Gordon Pullet Same. GREAT TROTTING COLT. White Plymouth Rocks His many friends "back home" Cock C. S. Lyons 1, J. W. Cole- are greatly interested in the success man 2. which 3hn Engleman is having with Hen C. S. Lyons 1st and 2d. trotting his cr;ick Cockerel C. S. Lyons 1st and 2d. horse," Hurrod's Creek, on the big Pullet C. S. Lyons, 1st and 2d. Mne this, season. Mr. Engleman is Buff Plymouth Rocks brother of R. C. Engleman of this Cock H. D. Burton 1st. city anJ is one of the most experiHen H. D. Burton 1 and 2. enced trotting horse men in the busiCockerel and pullet Same. ness. He jias.won three starts with Partridge Plymouth Rocks his great young harness horse alJ. H. Coleman took all prizes. ready this vear and the harness racWhite Wyandottes ing season has just begun. Harrod's Cock C. S. Lyons 1st and 2d. Creek has trotted a mile in 2:08 and Hen Same. is said to have reel made a "break" Cockerel C. S. Lyons 1st, F. L. vet in a race. It is reported that RansdeH 2d. Mi Engleman ha ' him entered in Pullet C. S. Lyons 1st and 2d. $50,0u0 worth of .stakes. S. C. Rhode Island Reds Harris Lehman took all premiums. MISS ETHEL BRACKETT DEAD. Light Brahmas premiums. Harris Lehman took all After an illness of several months, Black Langshans Miss Ethel Brackelt breathed her C. S. Lyons took all premiums. last at her home on East Main street about noon Thursdav. She was a Orpingtons Buff and he Cock C. S. Lyons 1st, S. M. daughter of J. W. with several sisters and brothers surHarbison 2d. vive, her mother having died when Hen and cockerel Same. Pullet S. M. Harbison 1 and 2. Miss Brackett was but six years old. Deceased was in her 21st year and S. C. Brown Leghorns Cock Ellis Bone 1, S. A. Brad- was an exceptionally bright and attractive girl. Her friends, and they ley 2d. are many, are deeply grieved over Hen Same. Cockerel S. A. Bradley 1, G. her untimely death. Since a child she had been a member of the church Prewitt 2. and had lived according to its teachS. A. Bradley 1 and 2. Pullet ings almost her entire life. The buS. C. White Leghorns Cock R. O. Murphy 1, Mrs. J. rial will take place in Buffalo cemetery Saturday afternoon after serW. Rodes 2d. Hen Mrs. Rodes 1, Murphy 2d. vices it the home t 3 o'clock, by Cockerel and pullet Murphy 1 Rev. P. L. Bruce. and 2. WARFIELD BERRY S. C. Black Minorcas Cock and hen Ellis Boone 1 and Mt. Moriah, July, 28. G. Prewitt 2d with each. "Two hearts with but; a single All Pit Game awards went to J. G. thought Cecil, Jr., of Boyle county. Two hearts that beat as one." Lincoln county people took a numLast Sunday at seven forty-fivnice premiums in the Floral ber of Hall. Among those of interest here Mr. Fonzo Berry and Miss Orithia were. place were Mrs. J. H. Eads on the Danville Jessie Warfield, of this pike took first with her black cake, married at the Mt. Moriah Christian first with sour pickles and best dis- church. The bridal party entered Mr. James H. Eads the church to the strains of Lohenplay of jelly. won first with his display of 10 ears grin Bridal March. First came the of corn. Miss Annie Tribble, of Berry and Danville, won firsts with her embroi- attendants Thompson dered counterpane, embroidered tow- Miss Josephine Warfield, followed by el and worked button holes. the bride and groom, here they were met by Elder L. M. Bowling, pastor A DELIGHTFUL AFFAIR One of the most attractive and of the church, who in a beautiful delightful affairs of the season was and impressive ring ceremony, said the meeting of the Rook Club with the words which united the hearts Mrs. T. A. Rice Thursday afternoon. and lives of this popular young coupThe guests of honor were Miss Willie Hocker, of Pine Bluff, Ark., and Miss le. What shall we say of the bride? The She was handsomely attired in white Olivia Baldwin, of Richmond. handsome home was made a bower silk chiffon poplin with over-lac- e and of loveliness with garden flowers, the bridal veil, and certainly looked prevailing tone being pink and white. Punch was served by Mesdames C. E. lovely. She is one of our most popuTate and Lelia Cook, assisted by Miss lar young ladies and is a bright and Bertie McClure. Delicious ices and shining light in the Christian Church cakes were served after the games. being primary teacher and an exAmong the guests were Mesdames Wm. Severance, G. G. Perry. J. B. cellent singer. The groom is a subFoster, W. H. Shanks, S. M. Saufley, stantial farmer and numbers his H. R. Saufley, R. C. Hocker, J. C. friends by the score. We congratuBailey. G. B. Cooper, R. T. Bruce, charming John H Shanks, J. B. Perkins, U. V. late him on winning such a May their W. Darlington, R. T. Fewell, J. B. young lady for his bride. through life be strewn Paxton, E. J. Brown, Angie Ballou path-wa- y Duncan, Misses Annie Dunn, Mary with flowers is the wish of A Friend. and Esther Burch. Benefitted by Chamberlain's Liniment CARD OF THANKS "Last winter I used Chamberlain's Words canont express our thanks Liniment for rheumatic pains, stiffand appreciation to our many dear ness and soreness the frierds who so bountifully contrib- can conscientiouslyofsay knees, and that I have uted after our loss by fire Thursday never used anything that did me so last week. Friends are worth more much good." Edward Craft, Elba, than anything in the world. May God N. Y. Obtainable everywhere. bless them. Joe W. Rout and wife. thi'ee-year-old Bi-acke- tt J. Misses Mail Connection to West End Three Times. TOBACCO IS HURT BY HAIL MIDDLEBURG Mules Horse 1 year and under 2 R. B. Woods 1st, Harris & Woods 2d. Woods 1st, G. Mayes 2d. Best colt either sex Harris & ris & Woods. Best mare with mule foal of 1916 .at heel T. CrWoods 1st; Harris & Woods 2d. , Best suckling mule under 1 year, Best pair any age either sex Har- The Baptist people are building a veranda and are putting other repairs on the parsonage. ' The property had become somewhat dilapidated and these repairs ara adding greatlv to its appearance. We have had fine rains of late and crop is an assured fact. a fine That crop never looked better, besides a large acreage is growing. Katydids began their dispute in the trees on the night of the 15th, which indicated that a killing frost wi?' delay its coming till that date in October, say those who have observed these things. Mrs. J. C. Coulter cut her hand pretty badly a few days since while canning fruit. She twisted the top off a can when her hand came in con tact with the broken glass. Jordan S.McWhorter has return ed from Danville, where he went some two weeks ago to be treated for cancer. On reaching the hospital it was decided that amputation of .his right arm was necessary arid Drs. Jackson, Couch and others performed thp operation. Jordan is one of the cleverest of fellows and his friends here greatly sympathize with him in his misfortune. For three straight times the I. J. daughter, from Turnersville, and Electrical Storms Do Much Damage Green Tucker, Colored Meets Sudden has missed getting to its subscribers Mrs. Kemble, of Lexington came in Death While Taking Shelter from in This Section Many Crops at Moreland and Hustonville on the morning after publication, due to the former's car to Crab Orchard Storm in Mat Myers' Barn. of Weed are Ruined. fault in "Jncle Sam's service some- last Saturday to visit Mrs. Nancy They visited the as the A. McClure. Lightning, which has been playing where,here the papers have left and A terrific hail and windstorm, acoffice regularly ach Tusday Springs, saw the sights of our city havoc with barns, buildings and Friday afternoon in ample time to and returned to Illinoithe next day. companied by thunder and lightning other property in Lincoln and ad- make the inquired connection at It was a pleasant surprise to Mrs. played havoc with tobacoc and other joining counties for the past week Junction Crcy. Postmaster George McClure who was delighted with growing crops Tuesday afterroon. D. Weatherford at Hustonville and More damage was also done on Wedor so, took its toll of human life Postmistress Mary Bruce here have their visit. Miss Nannie Catlin, of Lebanon, nesday, these sudden storms occurhere about thitee o'clock Tuesday kindly taken up the matter with the afternoon. Green Tucker, colored, P. O. depa.iment at Washington in who has been with Miss Nannie Mc- ring with unusual frequency this an effort to learn where the delay summer. One Stanford insurance who was working for Mat Myers on occurs; whether it is at Junction Clure returned home Wednesday. Mrs. Hilton, of Stanford and Miss agent who makes a specialty of tothe W. H. Shanks farm, on the City or whether the papers are carSomerset pike, two miles south of ried by Moreland on the Q. & C. John Eva Hilton visited Mrs. Frazier bacco insurance, told the I. J. today Hurt and Miss Cherry Sunday. that he had 20 farmers with severe Stanford, was struck by a bolt of mail train. Miss Kate Davis, of Lexington is hail losses, a number of them quite lightning and instantly killed. Mr. electric News of the Churches the guest of Mrs. Susie Curtis, of heavy. Lightning put the Springs Myers and, eight other men were light .plant at Crab Orchard Services at the Christian church, near Cedar Creek. standing within a few feet of Tuckout of commission a while WednesMr. and Mrs. Lester Hilton visited day evening, when it struck a wire Sunday, July 30: Sunday school at er when he was killed. Several were and blew out a fuse of the dynamo. severely shocked. All had most mi- 9:30; preaching at 10:45; C. E. Mrs. Frazier Hurt Sunday. damage was not serious. meeting at 7:00 p. m. Mr. George J. White who owns a The E. G. Baugh renorts to the I raculous escapes from death. Mr. At the Methodist church the pas- claim near Tucson, Ariz., is visiting J. that about 4 u'clock Tuesday afMr. Myers and his hands, includpreach Sunday ternoon a terrific hail and wird st5nr large tor will Sunday school atmorning at his brother, Robert White. ing Tucker, took refuge in the 10:45; 9:30; Mrs. Morrison and baby, of Bir- struck the Highland neighborhood barn, when the severe thunder, lightLeague at 7 p. m. Union serplaying havoc with corn, tobaccc ning and rain storm swept over this vices at the court house Sunday eve- mingham, Ala., are visiting Mrs. gardens. Quite a number of frrrcnJ -section about three o'clock Tuesday ning at 7:45. church, Sunday, July Katie Gover. lost heavily, among those v.hr c 3 Presbyterian beir ' F, Miss Mary Lucille Burgin, Welby are almost a total loss TT. afternoon. The men were standing 30th No servise at 11 Sunday OT Burgin accompanied Tliicrrin- Amlv finiirlev. about in the center of the structure School at 9:30. C. E. meeting at and Francis Tl W. Carrier. Sherma"1 W Dr. Burgin to Louisville this week. John in which they had sought refuge. ' and several others. The lo They felt that there was much less ! 6:45. How Missions are Blessings The doctor attended the Dental As- section will reach thousa-i-- ' iars. It is reported here tb r danger there than close to a door. to our Nation, Luke 19: 41 48. sociation. Mr. David Anderson, of Louis- of the tobacco growers in V ' Witnesses of the fatality say that' Union Service at the court house 7: ville is visiting his aunt, Mrs. Levi of the countv were iieavpv l Tucker was standing a little off to 45, sermon by Rev. W. D. Welburn. are so discouraged over the " in Services the Presbyterian Elder this week. himself, with his hands in his pockof making a tobacco crop, th . f Mr. Henley C. McClure, of Paris, are already plowing u tfi: T church, at Hustonville, July 30th, at ets when a blinding flash came. It Communion, of the came over to visit his uncle and will patches and putting in corr f r 3 struck the barn, and a ball of white- 11 o'clock. late crop. like fire descended, seemed to run Lord's Supper, will be celebrated. accompany Miss Jeanett home. Mrs. Fish and Mrs. Pettus went to along the main suporting beam of All memebrs are requested to be SELLS PONY FOR FANCY PRICE the barn roof, and to drop right on present, also all friends of the con- Lancaster Saturday to visit Mrs. Morgan Smi h Baughmar. vho &? has been at Har odsburg mo t Tucker. Mr. Myers was looking at gregation are invited. Services by Joe Francis. Mrs. Robert Newland- went to week sVowing several ponies, n: ,.? a Rev. P. L. Bruce, of Stanford. it and saw it strike the unfortunate Presiding Elder Rev. C. H. Greer, Lancaster this week to visit Mrs. record sjsle at lrthe fail there rh r? negro. gre sold his jv Robert Burnside. "It struck Tucker with what seem- whose headquarters are at Danville, t A Jarge crowd attended the Pleas-ant- 's mare to John M. Jones of i , I Tenn., for $250. She had v ed terrific force," said Mr. Myers, in held Quarterly meeting at the local sale and household and kitchen TI a ring full of kC'l one?, v describing the accident, "and lifted Methodist church Wednesday afterher, and ens . furniture brought farily good prices. Jones bou-rt- r him off his feet, several feet above noon, and preached for the congreThe house and lot was purchased by voung horseman to campaic:' the ground. He fell backward with- gation here last evening; Dr. Greer balance f the season for h'm Th". out a ,sound. The flash was dazzling is just returning from a three weeks' Mr. Thomas Wells for one thousand pony is a very stylish aniir .' and bjinded us 'all. When we got to tour through the mountains, having dollars and he will begin at once to by the famouse Shetland, on. improve it. Tucker he was dead. I felt his pulse visited the churches at Coi'bin, Mrs. Charles Keei-- , of Ottenheim Pineville and other points. and there was none. Tom Mobley RICE DeBORDE. grabbed a bucket of water and threw He came to Stanford direct from the and Miss Alene White were with Woods DcBorde. a well I 7l it on his face, thinking he was only Hebron church in the East End. Dr. friends here Saturday. Mrs. Sarah Hurt spent several raildroad man of Maywood ar I '!rs. stunned, perhaps, but when I felt for Grer's host of friends here are greatLaura C. Rice, of this city, fn-his pulse I saw he was stone dead. ly pleased with the fine work he is days with Mrs. Susie Curtis in the of Hall's Gap. were united ir riage at Jeffersonville, Ind., on The boys picked up his body and laid doing as Presiding Elder. He is in- country this week. This has been the hottest weather 25th, and announcement is jus; it on a trough and a sort of electricity tensely enthusiastic in the Master's elec- being made to their friend seemed to play over the body for work and is proving an exceptionally here this summer with fierce happy event. Their many f trical storms. several seconds afterward. Ham Ad- capable and efficient official of his The ice cream parlor being con- are extending hearty congr ams and Tom Tapp were severely denomination. ducted by Mrs. Anderson, ia doing a tion?. hogs, one on each side shocked. Two fine business and looks cool, tasty OPERA HOUSE PROGRAM OTTENHEIM of Tucker were killed also." TONIGHT and inviting. Mrs. Eph Pennington and pretty "The Girl and the Game "The Mr. Myers said that very little Our sick are about the same as Winning Jump" damage was done to the barn, the little daughter, Mary were the most when we last wrote, no improveM.rul This is one of the most wonderfu1 lightning seeming to enter honorable guests of her parents, Mr. ment. bolt of pictures that has ever been shwr. through the opening or areaway and and Mrs. Charles Trub last week. on the screen. Interesting from Messrs. Joe Henson and Randolph to run along the main beam before start to finish. See it. Waynesburg "Fattv and Minnie Haha, Kevstore it dropped to the ground, striking Cook came over from Cincinnati on SATURDAY motorcycle and are the guests their Tucker, as it did so. School opened Monday, July 24, "The Passing of Hell's Crown," with more than a hundred pupils enTucker was a hard working ne- of Mr. and Mrs. John Wentzel. two reels Biscn Miss Barbara Russell, one of our rolled. The teachers for this year Nestor Comedv and Universal Angro, respected and liked by all who imated News Weekly. knew him. He lived near Boneyville best and most attractive young lad- are; Profs. W. M. Benge and Oliver and his remains were taken home to ies has been ill but is slowly improv- Singleton and Misses Elsie Singleton MONDAY "The Quest". ..Mutul Masterpiece his wife and large family after it ing. and Fannie Robinson. Five reels with Marguerita Fisher. Mrs. Jamos Oldham and Mrs. Otto was seen there was no chance to reMiss Lide Kinkaid returned to TUESDAY suscitate him. Paramount: "The Reform CandEnsslin were in Stanford last week her home in Hardin county, Saturidate." Pallas, with Itfacklyn having some dental work done. day, after a pleasant visit to her JOE BEASLEY KILLED. Misses Roberta and Eloise sister, Mrs. E. L. Gadberry, at 5112 Joe Beasley, 36 years old, of of Georgetown are the guests Woodland avenue. She was accomBourbon county,' who has of their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. panied by Mr. Roy Singleton. ommissioner s Sale A number of our people have a great many relatives in this sec- Fred Naff. Lincoln Circuit Court tion of the state was struck by lightMr. Will and Miss. Amelia Burke been attending the revival services R. C. Durham, Admr. Plaintiff at Olive which are being conducted VS. ning and instantly killed about 3:30 gave a delightful social last week. Defer l:rt o'clock Monday afternoon on the A large crowd was present, nice re- by Revs. J. L. Dotson and G. W. R. C. Durham's Hrs. Owens. Pursuant to a judgment rendered Letcher Weathei's farm, near freshments were served and an enMr. Roy Singleton returned to in the Lincoln Circuit Court at its Mr. Beasley, in company joyable evening spent. February term, 1916, in the alrve Mr. V. P. Denham purchased fif- his home in Huntsville, Tenn., Tues- styled case, the undersigned comwith his father, Mason Beasley, and several others had been working in teen Rhode Island eggs from Mrs. day after spending several days missioner will on 14th, 1916 a tobacco field on Mr. Weather's Sue Russell and hatched sixteen with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. R. MONDAY, AUGUST (County Court Day) Singleton. applace. Seeing that a storm was chicks from the fifteen eggs. of the at 11 o'clock a. m., in Mrs. Bright Koontz is ill with at 11 o'clock a. m., in front of the proaching they sought shelter in a Miss Marie Ensslin returned to front Louisville Sunday after a visit to appendicitis. tobacco barn near by. court house door in Stanford, Ky., Misses Iva and Viola Gooch and offer for sale at public outcry, the Hardly had they reached the barn friends here. Miss Anna Schlappi was the guest Misses Irene and Juey Singleton following described realty in Lincoln when the storm broke. Mr. Beasley visited Miss Esta Johnson and at- county, Ky. and his father were standing in the of Miss Lena Kuhr Sunday. Tract 1 A tract of Knob Lick tended church at Olive Friday night. Lincoln land near Milledgeville, door, the others having gone to the Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Gadberry and county, Kentucky Traveling Man's Experience. and described as rear of the barn. Mr. Beasley and his Kincaid sons Beginning at white oak Commissioner's Sale father were commenting on the "In the summer of 1888 I had a little Bannieand Misses Lide and Al- follows:to R. C. Durham, aRucker and Tartar, Marcie corner and Lincoln Circuit Court storm and the former asked if it very severe attack of cholera mor- ma Reynolds and Master Butler Rey- Russell, W with R. C. Durham's line John Trattler's Adm Plaintiff would be safe, there in case of light- bus. Two physicians worked over nolds spent Thursday evening at W. to John McCormack's corner, thence vs. S with a Bruce line to a point on John Trattler's Hrs Defendant ning. The words were hardly said me from four a. m. to 6 p. m., with- R. Singleton's. top of hill, thence east with M. S. By virtue of a judgment and or- before a bolt of lightning struck the out giving me any relief and then Mrs. Bettie Caldwell, of Stanford Russell to white oak bush. Bell's line, der of sale of the Lincoln Circuit door of the barn, killing Mr. Beas- told me they did not expect me to is visiting relatives at this place. thence N with Bell's line to the beCourt, rendered at the May term, ley instantly ginning and containing 20 acres and severely shocking live; that I had best teelgraph for Mr. Clyde Padgett returned to more or less. 1916, in the above cause for the live; that I had best telegraph for his home in Shock, W. Va., Sunday sum of $100.00, with interest at the his father. Tract 2 A tract of land near rate of 6 per cent, per annum from The crystal on his watch was melt- gave the hotel porter fifty cents and after spending a few days with his Milledgeville in Lincoln county, Ky., the 1st day of April 1914 until paid, ed and the works were torn to pieces told him to buy me a bottle of parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Padgett. beginning at a beech and two hickand the further sum of $31.55, I Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Morgan and ory stumps near Rout's corner on the county will offer for sale by public auction, but there was no mark of any kind Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Mrs. Mattie Gooch, Messrs. T. S. county road, thence W with at the court house door in Stanford, on his body. The barn was only Diarrhoea Remedy, and take no sub- Reynolds, R. Y. Ballard, R. Curtis, road to Wm. Alf ord's and McCorKyM on slightly damaged. Mr. Beasley is stitute. I took a double dose ac- H. H. Singleton, D. W. Caldwell and mack's corner, thence S with MONDAY, AUGUST and 14th, 1916 survived by his father, three sisters. cording to the directions and went D. W. Perry attended the burial of George and McCormack's line,to a (County Court Day) McCormack's line at 11 o'clock, a. m. upon a credit of Mrs. AJberfc .Myers, of Lexington; to sleep after the second dose. At E. C. Jordan, at Stanford Tuesday. stone, in Bruce and George McCor-mac- k, six months the following described Mrs. William Mann, of Clintonville, five o'clock the next morning I was Sr., line, and thence E with Mrs. iMcCright died at her home, property, in Lincoln county, and Mrs. Earnest Stivers, of 'Jack- called by myprder and took a train Bruce and McCormack's line to a near Parlor Grove Friday night. Ky., beginning in the center of "HarMcCormack and son; two brothers. R. N. Beasley, of for my next "stopping point, a well The remains were laid to rest in the white oak to Lula thence N with George Durham; ris Creek, on the corner of L. A. Rowsey, thence south toa locust; Paint Lick, and Ben Beasley, of Lex- man, but feeling rather shaky from Waynesburg cemetery, Saturday. George Durham's line to a stone, thence east to a stone with L. A. ington. thence E with George Durham's line the severity 6f the attack," writes DeMrs. Evert Claunch left for Rowsey line; thence south to a stone H. W. Ireland, Louisville, Ky. Ob- troit, Michigan, to join her husband to county road, thence N with counSpanish oak; thence west to a ty road to the beginning, containing and tainable everywhere. Diarrhoea Quickly Cured. who has a position there. stone in Andy Feistreistzer line; about 60 acres. There is excluded thence with county road to the be"About two years ago I had a seMessrs. Wallace Reynolds and from boundary, however, one and ginning, containing 20 acres more vere attack of diarrhoea which one-haacres lasted Percheron For Sale William Smith also left for Detroit, twolf acres soldsold to George Pruitt? or less. to John Allen; two Saturday. The purchaser will be required to for over a week," writes W. C. acres sold to G. A. Dinwiddie. We, the Eubank Draft Horse Co., execute bond with approved secdrity Jones, Buford, N. D. "I became so Said sale is made on a credit of six immediately after the sale, due in weak that I could not stand upright. will sell at public outcry for the high Beauty More Than Skin Deep. months, purchaser to execute bond six months from date of sale, paya- A durggist dollar one Percheron six months with interest recommended Chamber- srallion at Eubank on A beautiful woman always has payable in cent from date of saiej ble to commissioner with approved at six per good digestion. If your digestion is til paid, with approved surety ;J surety at lien retained to se- lain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Tuesday, August 1st, 1916 cure same. Remedy. The first dose relieved me at 10 o'clock A. M. We will sell faulty, Chamberlain's 'Tablets will retained on land sold, having 1 E. D. PENNINGTON, and within two days I was as well as I this fine animal on 12 months' time do you good. Obtainable every- - and effect of judement. M. C. L. C. C. with good note. E. D. PENNINGTC ever." Obtainable) every where,; W. S. Burch, Attorney. Eubank, Ky. where. DANIEL NEWSOM, M. C. L.i Ep-wor- th ", T -- -- four-year-o- --- en Je-ve- rt Mid-dlesbo- ro, :y e, Ar-buck- le. Pro-duc- y, Clin-tonvill- e, c Clin-tonvil- le. Al-for-d'd to-w- it: eight-year-o- ld 6; I The Interior Journal. Stanford, Kentucky: Friday, July 28, 1916 The Interior Journal mm KkmmWEmW BmK. mmmwmmZH-- "ar m. IProfesive men fe.Kfcx conduct our , Y S. M. SAUFMJY Editor and Proprietor $1.00 a Year in Advance, Paper Stops "When Time For Which It is Paid, Expires. Entered at the Postojfice at Stanford, Ky., as Second Class Mail Matter "10,850 Miles Without Stopping Motor" so reads an ad of a car selling at $1,350 this was on a MSMMMMmWZZ Ji. National il Bank LwVBMlK i! mWMmmnm im m mm mmWfitn m speedway. As you know The Maxwell ran 22,000 miles without stopping motor cross country -- and this is the The Interior Journal is authorized to announce the following candidates, subject to WORLD'S RECORD. Cool Clothes MBB mmmm'mmmwmmmmmmmBmmmmmmnimmWmrmmmmnmmmmmmwmmmmmmmmmwmmmmwmmmmmmmmwm Announcements Primary, August 9 MEMBER FEDERAI RESERVE SYSTEM OF BANKS want you to do your banking business with us and don't min asking you. We The U. S. Government found our bank worthy of membership in the FEDERAL RERERVE System of Banks. This enables us to take our securities to our Central Reserve Bank and get MONEY at any time. When you put your money in our bank you can get it when yoa want it. Put YOUR MONEY in OUR BANK. The Lincoln County National Bank Stanford, Kentucky The Lincoln TrustC o. OF STANFORD, KY. Capital, $25,000. Under same management as The Lincoln County National Bank, is now ready to serve you in the capacity of EXECUTOR, ADMINISTRATOR, GUAR-DIATRUSTEE, Etc., at the office of The Lincoln County National Bank. "Corner Next To Court House." N, : i"wy w Am M r 1 vii Jrfc. CC .mf VM terh 1 ft '- W m I - S Satisfied Customers Means that those who come back to us again and again to buy after they've made their first purchase at our store always receive satisfactory service. They know that whatever we sell them is thoroughly reliable. They know we do not ask more than fair profit on our sales. They know they can rely on our advice Truth is our stand-bThey know that carefulness, honesty, courtesy, cleanliness and promptness characterize us y. i The Lincoln Pharmacy, Stanford, Ky. You Can Buy Oxfords and Pumps at Greatly Reeuc-ed Prices Now, and you will need a Pair for the Fair 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. The new price of this car is $595, F. O. B., Detroit. CHARLES F. MONTGOMERY Don't you see a reason herein why HARVEY HELM you should own a Maxwell? Wilson His Free Choice. Order yours today. "I have in my voting career cast H. C. CARPENTER my ballot for Cleveland, McKinley, Local Agent Bryan and Roosevelt, and therefore can claim some degree of independ- At Lincoln County National Bank ence," said C. W. Alcott, of New Haven, Conn., in a letter to the Springfield (Mass.) Republican. "There are so many reasons," continued Mr. Alcott, "why an indeEIGHTH DISTRICT POLITICS pendent should prefer Wilson to Hughes that I am afraid your space would all be taken up in the enumTHE HOME STRETCH eration. I will therefore give but three all sufficient reasons for the Primary Election Draws Near. faith within me. Less than two weeks remain for "First, the President is absolutely hnnpst and conscientious in all the candidates in Kentucky to finish his undertakings, and his high ideals fixing their fences and be ready for and moral purposes botn at nome the vote to be taken, which will ocand abroad have spread their influence for good throughout the na- cur on Saturday, August the 5th. In many of the districts the contests tion. "Second, many great achieve- are quite lively, but in this, the Eighments for the benefit of mankind apwhen thrown into the scales against th Congressman Harvey Helm, rrnstakp?: of indtrnient so far out pears to have everything his own liic weigh the errors that the balance ii way. His long experience and faithfavor of the good that he has done ful work have proven to the people can not be estimated. has nothing to of the district his capability and "Third. "Mr. Hns-heoffer that we as a nation are not al faithfulness. They realize that now ready in possession of." is the time when we must have reliable men men who have proven Allen M. Gullion, son of Editor their qualifications and in this time Gullion of the Henry County Local, of international trouble we must not has been appointed Colonel of the give up a certainty for an uncertainSecond Kentucky regiment to fill the ty. vacancy caused by the disability of There is but one thing that can Col. J. Embry Allen. Allen Gullion defeat Mr. Helm and that is by his is a splendid young man in every friends being overconfident and reway; a graduate of State Universi- maining away from the polls on electy and West Point. tion day. That a large majority of the Democrats want Helm, there is HOGUE'S STORE no doubt, but should they go on the Mr. R. M. Elliot has a nice bunch belief that he "is going to win anyof shoats getting them ready for how," and fail to vote, there is dan the September market. ger of defeat. The splendid record of President The rain is getting the farmers a little behind with their buck wheat Wilson is too well known to the voters to require review here, but it is crop. Hogue traded for his well to recall attention to the assisMr. J. A. tance given him by the Democratic old grey horse again. A little boy cut to pieces at Eu- members of Congress. Among theso bank Friday and was buried in the could always be found Harvey Helm, ready and anxious to support the Singleton cemetery Saturday. I have a nice pair of three year President. Had it not been for such old mare mules for sale. Well brok supporters as Helm, Mr. Wilson could not have, of course, accomen. Mat Wells. plished his great work. There is a school trustee needed There is now but one thing for the at Clear Fork for the people around friends of Mr. Helm to do, and that there met Thursday and Friday and is to go to the polls and vote. Urge had a general cleaning up. your neighbors of the importance of voting. Do this, and its "all over AT ELIXIR SPRINGS. MesMr. and Mrs. P. M. Jones, of Lex but the shouting." Danville ington, Mr. M. 0. Van Derver, Miss senger. POLITICS IN MADISON. Blanche VanDei'ver, Mr. George H. G. W. Warner, of the Poosy Ridge Farris, of Stanford, Mrs. M. J. Met- calf, of Danville, Mr. and Mrs. D. W. section of Madison county, was here Dunn, of Atoka, W. J. Warren of court day, and when asked as to the Miss Mary Vanoy, of congressional outlook in that section, Louisville, Stanford, Miss Josephine Engleman replied that in his precinct only five and Mr. Allen Engleman, of Dan- votes would be cast against Helm. He ville, Mr. and Mrs. Will Neal, Miss thinks its a bad time to change conMargaret Neal, Mr. Grant North, gressman in view of the fact that Miss May North, Mr. and Mrs. Bish- Democrats everywhere should sink op, Mr. and Mrs. Frank North, Miss their personal preferences in the conMargaret McCormack, Dr. Hart, Miss gressional race and put their best enPril Newburn and Mr. June Reid, of deavors forward for Wilson. JessaHustonville, Mrs. W. J. Hedden, of mine News. CONGRESSMAN HELM. Kansas City, Mo., Mr. and Mrs. Lip-pHon. Harvey Helm arrived yesterof Danville, Mr. and Mrs. Lige Moore and Miss Ruth Bye, of Lib- day and has been kept busy ever erty, Mr. J. T. Wilkinson, of Stan- since shaking hands with his many ford, Mr. Sidney Dunbar, and Mr. friends. No public man ever in Kenand Mrs. Robert Rankin, of Hubble, tucky has warmer or more devoted Messrs. Engleman. Bright, Gentry, friends in Jessamine county than and Fox, of Danville. Mr. Helm. He knows our people and they flock to him as though he FROM COAST TO COAST was one of us. Owing to his congressional duties at Washington Mr. A Remarkable Chain of Home Testi- t Helm has been unable to visit Jessamony. And Stanford Adds Its mine until now, but the welcome he Voice to the Grand Chorus of is receiving is evidence of his strong Praise. hold on the people of Jessamine. From "north to south, from east to Jessamine Journal. west; In every city, every community; Commissioner's Sale In every state in the Union Rings out the grateful praise for Lincoln Circuit Court Doan's Kidney Pills. A. L. Caulder, Admr. of John 40,000 representative people in Varnon Plaintiff every walk of life vs. Publicly testify to quick relief and Tom Bentley, Etc .Defendants lasting results. Pursuant to a judgment rendered And it's all for the benefit of fel- in the Lincoln Circuit Court at its low sufferers. May Term, 1916, the undersigned In this grand chorus of local Commissioner will on praise Stanford is well represented. MONDAY, AUGUST 14th, 1916 Well known Stanford people (County Court Day) Tell of personal experiences. at il o'clock a. m., in front of the Who can ask for better proof of court house door, in Stanford, Ky., merit? offer for sale at public outcry, the H. D. Aldridge, blacksmith, East following described real estate in LinMain St., Stanford, says: "I had coln county, Ky.: A house and lot in Hustonville, beginning pains through my back and the ac- Wilham's corner; thence at Henry west 23 tion of my kidneys was irregular. I feet; thence north to Rose Helm's didn't sleep well at night and when corner: thence east 23 feet to Hencorner; thence south I heard about Doan's Kidney Pills, ry Wilham's the beginning. 100 feet to I used them. They soon strengthSaid sale made on a credit of six ened my kidneys and stopped the months, purchaser to execute bond, payable to said Commissioner with pain." i 6 interest from Price 50c, at all dealers. Don't approved personal date of sale, with surety; lien resimply ask for a kidney remedy tained on land sold to secure payge Doan's Kidney Pills the same ment of same, having force and effect of judgment. that Mr. Aldridge had. Foster-Mil-buE. D. PENNINGTON, Co., Props., Buffalo, N. Y. M. C L. C C. FOR CONGRESS s the Democratic 5, 191C: If there was ever a time when a man needed a few clothes and COOL CLOTHES it is such sweltering weather as this week. Suits without vests, LIGHT WEIGHTS, light colors, worn so the air can get through them. r ill -- f,' '- - We HAVE THEM READY FOR YOU. They are cool, they look good, THEY ARE CHEAP at $7.50, $8.50 and $10 the suit, with plain or pinch back. SINGLE COATS in Black and Grey Mohair and Blue Serge at $2.50, $3.50 and $5.00. Light Colored, Stylish WASH TROUSERS $1 and $1.50. If COOL, COMFORTABLE CLOTHES you need we wouid like to show you what we have. McRoberts & Bailey ESI CENT -A- -WORD ADS m FOR SALE. White clover comb fA 59-honey. H. J. McRoberts. 2t mtlitrAitnMi-ti- i a"OTV TJUflUtKrUL ttfcJi r: TWJ BY. -- . . . SOUTHDOWN RAMS for sale. G. 'lUfl IfP LHi A. Carpenter. R. F. D. 4, Stanford, Hill nn-j.jii:- ti Ky. 59 It Gall Stones, Cancer and Ulcers of POSTED. John Meier, Highland the Stomach and Intestines, POSTED Joe Busse, Yellow Jaundice, ApA FEW choice Southdown yearling bucks for sale. Richard Cobb, pendicitis and other fatal ailments 59 4p. result from Stomach Trouble. ThouWHITE felt hats just in; the very Jr., Danville, Ky. thing for the fair. Miss Ella May sands of Stomach Sufferers owe 59-- 1 Saunders, Stanford. NOTICE Fishing will no longer their complete recovery to Mayr's be permitted in Barrow's pond and Wonderful Remedy. Unlike FOR SALE First class ticket ttf those caught doing so will be prose-. for Stomach Ailments. Knoxville, Tenn. Address X. Y. Z. cuted to the extent of the law. W. S. sale by Penny;, drug store, Stuuioru, 59-- 2 Embry Stanford. in care of Interior Journal Office. Ky., and druggists everywhere. (Ads here are 1 cent a word each issue, cash with order; no ad less than 25c each issue.) SfOVWBBSB Auto-Intoxicati- Mil on, any-otheI1- r FOR SALE. A first class grocery JUMBO FOR RENT. House of four rooms store and meat market combined, Mr. P. Durham sold Mr. Jeff Hill, on East Main street. Apply to John good business, good location and a clean stock, owner wishes to enter 5 head of cattle for $150 and bought 56-- tf S. Baughman, Stanford. other business. Box 76, Somerset. of M. O. Mason two calves for $30. 59-- 6 Ky. Virgil Denham has quit the huckFOR SALE 100 barrels of corn. ster business and has gone to HamilWANTED Phone Hustonville Exchange No. 84 Cattle to graze or ton to work. Charlie Denham will t. Z. M. L. Marcum. buy. Pure bred yearling Jersey run the huckster until Virgil returns. Lewie Lay is suffering from a bulls and Duroc Spring pigs for sale. FOR SALE Southdown rams. Two farms for rent for 1917, con- wound on the knee and is at the home of his grandfather's while ill. Miss Mattie H. Hewes, Stanford, Ky. taining 300 and 240 acres each; 59-- 3 R. D. 5, Box 61. C. C. Terry has gone to the railgood improvements and productive. road to work. Will need a good man with small Mr. H. F. Floyd is progressing BLACK SOW, weighing about 120 family to run my home place. Quan-it- y pounds came to my place two weeks nicely with his lumber mill. of corn for sale. F. Reid, Stanago. Owner can get her by paying Mr. and Mrs. Edd Newell have keep. James ford, Ky. 59 4f. for this notice and her been visiting Mr. and Mrs. H. F. 59-- 1 Leach, Waynesburg, R. D. 2. Floyd recently. Mrs. Alice Dye died near Liberty Singing has closed at the Yocom LOST Seal ring in front of the of tuberculosis last week. school house. courthouse, Sunday night. Reward for return to C. E. Tate, Stanford. 59-2- 592 s, Extracted white clover honey for sale at 10 cents a pound. Write or phone 7 Y J. M. Ware, 58 4p. Stanford R. F. D. No. 1. HONEY ffltfZMK. luMolw4 MW THEFcmsrr IS THE SOURCE ofS.S.S. Vegetable Mineral Every Indre&ent PurdvteodablG Hedges r FOR SALE One mare 7 years old; one Jersey milk cow; some hogs. la Call on Mrs. H. H. Jones, 2 miles afl west of Highland. 59 2p. Mi mi ESTRAY steer came to my place about three weeks ago. Owner can get same by identifying, paying for keeping and this advertisement. W. p M. Stout, R. F. D. 1, Stanford. 59-4- III MC Ml H" a wonderful difference in your future health would result. In a vegetable product like S.S.S. there is no violent after effect as is found in mineral medicines but a natural an ef ficient means of reaching the blood and purifying it, so m W1 inat it may penorm us junctions readily. any mineral Is a violent material ta cast Info jaer Remember I al oencaia iniensr. .Demand genuine S.S.S. at your druggist, it is pure THE MINE IS 7HS Whine B ly vegetable and the Standard SOURCE 07V101ENT MINERAL DRUGS Blood Remedy. .- If you were as careful of the medicines you take when sick as you are anxious about the disease it h taken for Swift Specific Co. Atlanta, Ga -wj WrKiB! H FURNITURE, Mattings, Druggets,! Rugs, Wall Paper, Lace Curtains, Window Shades, Trunks, Suit Cases, Pictures and Mouldings. W. A. Trib-- I ble, Stanford. 42tf FOR SALE Coming grey filly; in fair condition, will work anywhere; sell worth money. Adolph Vongruenigan, R. F. D. No. 58 2t. 3. four-year-o- ld July Shoe Offerings LOST A pocket book containing cash and notes. If returned to me no questions will be asked and finder may keep the cash and purse. Mrs. 59-l- t. Nora Goodnight. FOR SALE. My high class touring car; has been run 9,000 miles; is in perfect condition. This car eliminates all troubles but tire wear, on the road. The price will surprise you, if you want a car that will always come back. Chas. Wheeler, 59-- 8 Hustonville, Ky. FOR SALE privately, the S. E. Owsley farm of 220 acres; large colonial hrick residence, cellar, cistern, two barns, smoke house, tenant house, and other buildings; situated in heart of the Blue Grass :.ection; rich limestone soil in excellent state of cultivation; in Lincoln county, near towns of Danville. Lancaster and Stanford, where there are excellent churches and schools. Will be sold at a bargain. For particulars address Mrs. W. R. Rice, Southern 57-- tf Hotel, Jackson, Tenn. July is here and we are going to give you a most unusual opportunity during this month to save money on Men's, Women's and Children's Oxfords and Pumps. All our Oxfords and Pumps in Every Leather, in Every Last and Every Toe Shape at a Reduction. Don't miss this chance to save on fine footwear. rn ROBINSON'S The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky: Friday, July 28, 1916 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 J. BEECHER ADAMS, Seeretary AUGUST 2nd, 3rd And 4th, 191 Ks&TIm fhe First National iiili.ft. Of Stanford, Ky., Miss Elizabeth Carter is visiting her grandmother, at Mt. Sterling. Miss Nancy Yeager left Thursday fox a visit to Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Rice at Jackson, Tenn. R. D. Wilkinson, of Nashville, is the guest of his cousin, Harvey Wilkinson. W. W. Rubble, a prominent insur- $ Are Mrs. D. M. Robinson at London. You ance man of Lebanon, was here Misses Alice and Mildred Pilling, Thursday. of Lex'ngton, are attractive guests Baby& Misses Pearl and Mabel Masters of Miss Mary Walden Gooch. went to East Bernstadt this week Mr. and Mrs. Frank Heinbough, You are if "Mother's Friend" .r of Cincinnati, are visiting here. She mw&tSe2 to visit an aunt. given a place in your has been is a dai"-f- r of the late W. E. Davis. Miss Clara Cooper who has been home. The dread and agony of Spring valley with his T. J. Hill, Sr., and Ed Peyton went Bros., who are building the Crab the guest of friends at New York childbirth can be eliminated to up to Middlesboro early in the week Travis Gibson. Mr. his home in Wilmore. has returned to her home. the greatest extent by this wonto visit relatives. uncompromising derful assistant to nature. DrugE. A. Jordan, if Chicago, who at- Woodard is an Mr. and Mr. J. C. Hays left this $100 Reward, $100 tended the funeral Of his brother, E. democrat and is taking a great deal gists everywhere sell "Mother's week for Crab Orchard Springs for C. Joi'dan early in the week, has re- of interest in the approaching priThe readers of this tiancr 'will be pleased t lis Bank and its Predecessor Make it one Friend." a month's stay. learn that there is at leut on dreaded mary election. turned home. that science has been able to euro in all its Mr. Joseph Coffey and Col. R. H. Miss Lucile Cartel went to Paint Cure Blankenship is stapes and that is Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh medof the Contractor J. W. Coffey, spent a few days this week Valuable aiuF to th Lick Friday morning to visit rela- doing some nice improvement work is the only positive cure now knowneonstitution.il beinjr a ical fraternity. Catarrh with the former's sister, Mrs. A. Interesting tives. home of Mrs. Bettie McKin- disease, require a i constitutional treatment. on J. Hayden, in Boyle. taken Internally, acting Miss Bettie Perry went to Lancas- ney the West Main street. Hall's Catarrh Cure )ooKonnoTnernoc on directly upon the blood and mncons surface of ter Friday morning to be the guest Miss Gabie BradsHaw, who has system, thenby destroying the foundation Sent Pree to All "Uncle George" Dodson, of Wayne the the disease, and sivin;: the patient strength of Miss Margaret Cook. f Expectaart Mothers J been the guest of friends at Lexnaconstitution Adolph Jorsph, of Lancaster, took county, who has been seriously sick, ty building up the worfe The and assistinghave VVKlll rifftll. proprietors ture in dolnjr itington for some time has returned TUErad field ReulatorGi a train here early in the week for is much better, his many friends up fo much faith in it, curative) powers that they ?os Lamar IJI3o. One Hundred, to her home at Turnersville. Louisville where he spent several in this section will be glad to know. offer to cure. Send Dollars for any case- that it Atlaxi-fc-a- . , for list of testimonial. He is 8S years of age and is familiar- fails days. Lucille Cooper, who has been ca. Miss Address T. CIlEXnV & CO., Toledo, O. Misses Edna and Myrtle Jones arc ly known" as "Sinking George" as he j Sold by all J.Drucalsts, 75c. the guest of Miss Phelps Cobb, at visiting their brother L. F. Jones and has always lived on Big Sinking Take Hall's Family Mis for constipation. returned Absolute Safety with Satisfacto- - Danville the week. to her home the Combines sister, Mrs. J. M. Colyer in Crab Or- Creek, but he is now in the Elk first of Mrs. Charles Williams, of Cleve- chard. London Sentinel. Miss Fannie Sparks, of Mt. Ver- land, Ohio, and Lillian Hubble, of Mi and Mrs. C. W. Lovell, south Service, and Invites New Accounts upon non nassed thru here on Monday's Junction City, are the guests of J. of town have as their guest Reisell 4 .JkSK . v., AH. vt Martin, son of the late Tolbert MarMerits for its Strength and Superior Facil- - evening train on her way to Louis- R. and Miss Ethel Powell. vW'rdiife;.vrjai M s "x J.'scssssrssasfesasas tin. ville where she will make a visit. Mm Mr. and Mrs. I. C. Swaim, who Miss Corrie Brodwater, of NorMiss Gertrude Wilkinson, who es. her has been spending several days at the have been here with the Stanford ton, Va., is visitingout on relative the Danleft early Crab Orchard Springs returned to phone construction force, and Frank- Mrs. J. Frank Smith, this week for Lexington ville Dike. Ir her home Monday. Mrs. Ben F. Jennings and little -H best thought is gowr Anderson fort. Misses Mary and o'clock. It is Mrs. Walton's desire Margaret, Social that all the young people be present have returned home Hester a visit to Wallace Brackett, who had &ecured daughter, Mary Lexington, are spend-- a fersonal guests the few weeks in after Stato meet Miss Dodson, who is here, Mr. andMrs. John Amons, of Gar- a position in the Experimental home of relatives and friends. Lexington, was called tion at regust 1. Mrs. H. C. Baughman and who is preparing herself for Pence Mr. Thursday night by the death of his ceiving and Mrs. Alfred of theirare rard. many missionary work in foreign fields. congratulation ntertain the Rook Club at 2:30. Miss Elizabeth Holderman, of sister, Miss Ethel Brackett. friends upon the arrival of a daughRobert Carter is out after a sevMiss Ruth Tanner and Mrs. C. C. ter in their home. The little lady C. Walton will entertain E. guest of Mrs. Tins-le- y Perryville is the loung people of the Baptist Sun- - ere attack of tonsilitis. early Wednesday mprning and Spoonamore and other relatives Singleton, of McKinney and Mr. and camebeen named Ann Elizabeth. Miss Lucy Peterson, of Maysville, has Mrs. William Fields, of Hustonville school at her home on Lancashere. Somerset, is Peter Itreet Saturday afternoon at 3 is the guest of Mrs. A. C. Hill. were in town shopping the first of down, the Straub, ofofhis mother, Mrs. guest Oitenest tkoucht of for its deliciousi 1CS3 Mr. and Mrs. William Severance, K W.'i Mary Straub. His daughter, Miss S&sM highest thought of for its whole someness. who have been the guests of Mrs. the week. Miss Nancy Katharine Raney, on Mamie, will return with him for a Refreshing and Alice Pickett and daughter, Miss the Danville pike spent several days visit. yi'Hii Shelbyville have Bessie Pickett, at Demand the genuine hi) full name the first of the week Avith her grandHi nicknames encourage substitution. returned home. "s Heard About Town parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Terry, Mr. and Mrs. Sid Myers and CO.. ATLANTA. GA. THE COCA-COL- A y of Neal's Creek. ; daughter, Miss Sue Taylor Myers, of Sen J for Free Booklet. "The Romance of A meeting of the K. P. directors Mrs. S. D. Saunders, who has been LaGrange, N. C, are here visiting afternoon visiting friends and relatives in dif- will be held Saturday attendance at is 3 o'clock, and a full his brother, Mat Myers and other ferent parts of Kentucky for some desired relatives. lOxfords in great variety. 250 pairs, in all j Misses Mary Dean Carter, of Tur-- j time returned to her home at Peoria, J. S. Woodard, father of Woodard W Srf ttWMM. i. ?ij it ir .j"z i HLy:xxcs hmi 'xr.'sxwm anl 111., the first of the week. styles and lasts. We are offering $2.69. They nersville and Elizabeth Owens, of Mrs. W. A. Tribble and daughter, the attractive are worth $3.50 to $4. The $5 and $6 Ox- 'Junctionof City, areAnnie and Mattie Dorothy, returned Thursday evening Commissioner's Sale guests Misses Lincoln Circuit Court from a visit to her parents in Mason county. Miss Lucy Peterson and G. P. Hendrickson, plaintiff fords go $3.48. Get a pair while the stock May Carter this week. vs. Mrs. H. P. Glascock went to Parks-vill- e Miss Sudie Pickett returned with John G. Howard, defendant. them for a visit. is its best. Thursday afternoon for her litPursuant to judgment rendered by Miss Sara Dunlap, who was the tle daughter, Anna Rose Glasscock, guest of Miss Mary Bailey for sev- the Lincoln circuit court at its May who had been spending a few days eral days left for Danville the first term, 1916, in the above styled action, the undersigned Commissioner with her grandparents. of the week to visit friends and rela- will on Misses Frances Cormney, Alpha tives before returning to her home Monday, August 14, 1916, (Court Day) at 11 o'clock A. M. in Fowle and Iva Pepples, of this city, in Kansas City, Mo. front of the court house door, Stanland Josephine Proctor, of Danville, ford, Ky. offer for sale at public outA few Straw Hats Those that we sold tare attending a house party at the cry to the highest and best bidder the ' beautiful country home of Miss Ruth WHY YOU ARE NERVOUS following land in Lincoln county, at $2.50 now go $1.19. They are bargains. Fields, of pear Hustonville. Kentucky on the head of Ngro The nervous system is the alarm system creek and on the road leading from Miss Annie Davis McRoberts, Mrs. A lot of $1.50 and $2 hats now selling for onSomerset to Crab Orchard, bounded the human body. H. J. 3IcRoberts, Miss Sue Rout, of In perfect health we hardly realize that on the south by H. Minal, on the ly 25c. Think of that. $4 and $5 Panama Mrs. Annie D. VanArsdale and Mr. we have a network of nerves, but when east by a A. Simpson, on the north by Tom Phillips motored over to Har- - health is ebbing, when strength is declin- by W. W. Menefee, on the west enHats now being offered at $2.39. Get one. ing, the same nervous system gives the Wm. Holdam. Thi" sale made to rodsburg and were the guests of alarm in headaches, tiredness, dreamful force plaintiff's judgment for $205.75 Come and take a look, and you'll buy. I friends the first of the week. slenp, irritability and unless corrected, costs and interest, and is made on a credit of six months, purchaser to Mesdames W. J. Holtzclaw, Lee lekds straight to a breakdown. To correct nervousness, Scott's Emul- execute bond bearing G per cent inHoltzclaw, S. D. Saunders, and A. beshould take; its J. Gooch visited Covington and Cin- sion is exactly what you the blood and terest with approved surety,tolien secure ing retained on land sold rich nutriment gets into while payment of same, having force and cinnati Sunday and were the guests rich blood feeds the tiny nerve-cell- s of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Holtzclaw, the whole system responds to its refresh- effect of a judgment. SALEM & SALEM ing tonic force. It is free from alcohol. 594f E. D. Pennington, M. C. while at Covington. Scott & Bowne, Bloomfield, N. J. Prepared for Mrs. Kite P. Miller will go to Pittsburg, Pa., on a visit tomorrow. Dr. D. B. Southard was in Mt. Vernon the middleof the week. Mr. and Irs. P. M. Pope, of Richmond weix here a few days this Miss Mary Oliver, of Scott county has been the guest of Wm. Hollar and family on Dix river. Mrs. Sam Robinson and children, of Stanford, are visiting Mr. and IIBCfMym J . MS r ... "IT Tn rrra s li, $h&M Capital, $50,000.00 Surplus and Profits, $31,000.00 Arrival? 'sa 4 j Ftudi mu-!- e In tho atnMRph'' re f culture and in iilfal surrounding-.- . Lrinjron Kv.. U the seat of culture. Iheuriversitj eitv-t- ho city of ideal environ-- that are rn ineontivn to the hichest idealt.il. So bituated. the Lexington College of JIusic with its faculty ot( dktinguMied instructors in oice. iiano. violin ami other btrins instruments, brass Instruments, theory, harmony.! composit Ion, teacher's training, public school music. drm- matlc art and palntins, affords rare advantages to tho muslcstudent. Desrrees conferred. Positions guaranteed.! Terms and board reasonable. Summer term begins June 12.J term September 1 1. Write for catalogue. -- .. ... J Fall ..,.. ... .. Lexington College l finac SSWm&nSSx4 uimfm.pw f itv .... .. ..-i Or-fro- m son-in-la- w, xa ry Oldest Banks South Of The Ohio River - - "" X . . and first and m thirst-quenchin- g. SHOES at -- HI JV Coca-Col- e" w -- f at at HATS left at The Bargain Store THE OCCASION OF OCCASIONS H 3 I Fair, Aug. 9, 10 PLACE TO MEET YOUR FRIENDS AND VISIT WITH THEM THIS IS THE FAIR TO GO TO-T- HE rnuo ui BORS FROM ADJOINING COUNTIES 1U UNb Uf 1Mb tsiuocoi WRITE FOR YOUR CATALOG- C. D. SUTTON, President 11 c ivr! JL JL (LUL KA xnx -- s-- 3 CD wv dui -- iii, WE WELCOME OUR NEIGH W. H. FISH, Secretary 3 0 15 a - The interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky: Friday, July 28, 1916 Farm and Stock News List of Candidates TO BE VOTED FOR AT THE p rimary Election TO BE HELD ON V Saturday, August 5th, 1916. DEMOCRATIC BALLOT KwLAv5flkB For Congress Harvey Helm Chas. F. Montgomery I Walter McKinney, of the Mt. Salem section of the county had a good calf to die of black leg. In Fleming county, W. L. How-lan-d had five head of cattle to die from eating paris green. T. S. Ban-- has sold his farm containing 18 G acres near Wilmore to Milton Poor for $2,400. "Yes I have found a wonderful E. C. Poynter sold to J. H. Baugh-ma- n & Co., 100 bushels of wheat at remedy for catarrh. It is Tanlac" $1.15. said Mrs. Ellen Smith, who lives at Lightning struck and burned a Milton, Ky. stack of wheat for Lilburn Gooch Tuesday afternoon. There were 75 "Just think; I am able to do my or 80 bushels of wheat in the stack. work, and don't have any pains at all. Stewart R. Hanson, of the West I am sure anybody who tries it will End of the county, had a .. heifer killed by lightning Tuesday find it good." afternoon. Tanlac is a tonic which aids digesS. R. Hanson, of the West End tion, promotes healthy, refreshing sold to Judge Myers, at Hustonville, sleep and strenghtens the nerves. 16 hogs to go September 1 at $8.85. 175. There is scarcely a portion of the They will weigh about Hon. William Gooch has sold to body that is not benefited by the r, Hudson, Hughes & Farnau, of helpful action of Tanlac, which behis crop of wheat, 'some 700 gins its work by stimulating the or 800 bushels, at $1.25 on the cars digestive and assimilative organs, Switch. at Hayden's Gano Hildreth, or Stony Point, thereby enriching the blood and insold 36 export cattle, averaging 1,310 vigorating the whole system. pounds each, to Jonas Weil, of Lex Next it enables a weak, worn out ington, at $8.50 per hundred pounds. stomach to thoroughly digest its John Stricklin, of Winchester, food, permitting the assimilation of bought a Poland China sow and pigs from R. A. Childers, of Jefferson-vill- e, "I Have Found A Wonderful y ror rs. " Says r of Milton, Ky. the nourishing products to be converted into blood, bone and muscle. It overcomes, it is said, that great 600-pou- nd Lan-coste- exciting cause of disease, weakness. It renders the body vigorous and elastic. It throws off the symptoms of nervousness and indigestion. It builds up the constitution run down by disease. Tanlac is being especially introduced in Stanford rtT Penny's Drug Store, E. R. Coleman proprieter. Tanlac may be obtained at the following nearby cities: Moreland, Abraham .TVIijiks; Hustonville, Adams Bros.; McKinney, True & Co.; Ellis-bur- g, W. C. Bryant; Crab Orchard, Lyne Bros.; Brodhead, John Rob-bin- s; Junction City, Reynolds & Evans; Lancaster, R. E. McRoberts; g, Bee Lick. J. Reynolds & Son; W. A. Horton. Way-nesbur- Estate For Sale No. 136 Magnificent blue grass farm of 245 acres located in the heart of the best farming section of the county only 1 2 miles from good town and 2- miles from nearest railroad 2 shipping point. Over 200 acres of this farm is in good grass and over 100 acres of this in blue grass sod and as fine timothy meadows as you can find anywhere. Large two story frame building of six rooms, spacious halls etc., large barn and all other necessary outbuildings. Splendid water, two large pools, several never failing springs, wells and cisterns. This is an ideal slock 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 sod is as rich as ice cream and will grow anything you put on it. It would make bumper crops in hemp, tobacco etc. 1-1-1-- at $100. Caywood, Smith & McClintock, of Paris, bought six head of mules in Winchester, Monday, at prices ranging from $125 to $150 each. At Cynthiana, D. M. Gohegan delivered to George Toadvine thirteen fancy lambs, the lot weighing 1,125 pounds, and brought 10 cents a pound. R. R. Todd, of Nicholasville, bought 1,000 head of Tennessee sheep at $8 per head. He shipped one car of hogs last week, for which he paid $9 commissioner s Sale Elbert Florence, Etc .Plaintiffs vs. Notice of Sale Henderson Goff, etc Defendants Pursuant to a judgment rendered in the Lincoln Circuit Court at its May Term, 1916, the undersigned Commissioner will on MONDAY, AUGUST court house door, in Stanford, Ky., offer for sale at public outcry to the D S. REPUBLICAN BALLOT a2v 3:-- X RT rX For Congress L. T. Neat . Robert L. Davison. Attest: a -- ?c 7 f3 AWA, Clerk of Lincoln County Court BIG AUCTION Car Load of Mares at Danville, Ky. MONDAY, JULY 31, at 10 A. M. We will sell one car load of unbroken mares. This will be an extra good load of mares that will pay any farmer to buy. They are good shaped, blocky, heavy boned, with pie y of weight, range in age from 2 to 5 years and will develop into a::lra good brood mares. We havj been selling stork at Danville for sever.il years and we think this is the best load we have ever shipped here, and they will be sold to the highest bidder regardless of price. No or any pulled out of the sale. We always sell them all, and it will pay any farmer to attend this sale, so come and tell others. Sale will be held at Danville Ice & Coal"-Co.- , at 10 A. M. Monday, July 31, rain or shine. by-biddi- ng PUBLIC SALE I will sell at public auction at my place near the Dripping Springs, 2 miles north of Crab Orchard on 2 1-- WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 9, 1916 at 10 o'clock, a. m., the following livestock: Six head horse stock; 2 mares, one a brood mare with colt at side by Old Don, the other a nice driving mare; a yearling horse mule;-- yearling fillies, one by Rex Peavine. Six young milk cows; 3 fat cows; a heifer; 4 yearling heifers; 2 yearling steers; 4 nice young calves. Will also sell 30 nice shoats averaging about 90 pounds, if not sold privately beforehand, also a few 2 per hundred. Forestus Reid sold four nice yearling Southdown bucks to several ? sheep raisers last week, getting $20 each for them. R. L. Hubble got a couple, Logan Hubble one and J. C. Eubanks one. W. O. Walker has contracted to deliver 50 head of hogs to T. W. Jones, the last of September at $9 a hundred. Mr. Walker has the hogs on feed now and will have them averaging probably 200 pounds when they go. Monday local buyers were paying $1.25 for wheat, this being an advance of 25 cents on the bushel since cutting time. A number of farmers are holding their crops with the hopes of seeing another advance before they sell it. Jessamine News. Forty head of cattle averaging 1,435 pounds, purchased from W. A. Thornton by John B. Graves McCauley, of Jersey City, for Tim N. J., weie shipped Friday. The price paid for these cattle was 8 2 cents. Lebanon Falccn. Wm. and S. H. Todd Thursday sold an qalf that weighed 750 pounds. The animal was a Jersey and white face and brought $60. The Messrs. Todd, who live in the Bengal neighborhood, say the calf was raised on milk until it was large enough to eat, when it was fed on corn. Taylor county is becoming more pronounced as a stock-raisin- g center every day. Campbellsville News Journal. . lo-c1-- CINCINNATI STOCK MARKET Hogs Receipts active 2,700; packers and butchers $9.90(5)10; common to choice $7(5)9; pigs and lights $6.50 (5) 10. Cattle Receipts 1,200; slow; calves weak. Sheep lambs strong Receipts 5,400; ; $5(2)11. sh-ong- RECTOR & KIRBY, of Knoxville Tennessee. T. D. English, Auctioneer. ewes. Will also sell a few farming imwagplements and a good two-horon. Terms made known on day of sale. J. T. WELLS, Crab Orchard, Ky. i Wood Peters, Auctioneer. i se Sf SILO yi)R0P OF BOURBON POULTRY CURE down the throat of a gaping chicken, destroys the worms v I HEMP REAPERS W. H. STANFORD, --- ! WfiWtJiWWW" Leave your order with us for a Hemp Reaper now. The are getting scarce. PR5VENTS DISEASE BOURBON POULTRY and saves'the chick's life. A few drops in the drinking water cures ani For the treatment of White Diarrhoea in chicks and Blackhead and other diseases in turkeys CURE HAS NO EQUAL 11 o'clock a. on., in front of the court house door, in Stanford, Ky., offer for sale at public outcry, the following land on the waters of Hurricane Creek, Lincoln county, Ky., beginning at two sycamores, growing from one root; thence down a branch S 89, E 16 poles to a white oak and hornbean, a corner to Fred Bechold; thence his line N 23 W 108 poles to a poplar and black oak; thence N 19, W 32 2 poles to a stone in Bechold's line, a corner to ty sold. W. T. Rice; thence with said Rice S E. D. PENNINGTON, 71 M. C. L. C. C. W 80 poles to a stone, his corner N 19 W 48 poles, to a willow on a branch, Rice's corner, S 77. W 94 poles to a stone in Johnson's PUBLIC SALE line, thence S 96 2 poles to stone in county road; thence with same N 66 E 45 poles to a stone: the FARM and PERSONAL PROPERTY center of said road, corner to T. C. As executor of the will of Rebecca Bennett; S 74, E 192 poles to a will white oak and dogwood, N 14 poles J. West and pursuant to said Garrtrobated in June, 1915, by the to the beginning, containing 134 rard County Court, I will sell her acre?, more or 'less. Said sale made for the purpose of farm in Garrard county, Kentucky, enforcing plaintiff's judgment for live miles east of Lancaster, and one $700 with 6 interest from July 30, mile from the station of the L. & N. 1914. and is made on a credit of six railroad at Hyattsville, on the Kirks-vill- e and Hyattsville turnpike, on months; purchaser to execute bond payable to Commissioner, bearing 6 Tuesday, August 1st, 1916, per cent interest from date of sale, with approved personal surety; lien at 2 o'clock P. IvI., on the premises, retained on land to secure payment rain or shine, as the said sale is made of same, with force and effect of to settle her estate. judgment. Terms There are about 283 acres E. D. Pennington, M. C. L. C. C. hin sniH fnrmr nhmif. 1 SO ncrp; on the east side of the turnpike and about lod acres on the west side, baid land said two tracts Commissioner's Sale will be first offered in and the bid or and then as a whol, bids will be accepted which will real Rumley Products Co ize me most money; saia ianu 10 De vs. sold by the acre and to be surveyed William Gutman Defendant so Pursuant to a judgment rendered andsaid paid for and conveyed subject in the Lincoln Circuit Court at its to Bonds survey. with good security to be May Term, 1916, the undersigned of the purchaser, one-ha- lf the Commissioner will on purchase money to be due January MONDAY, AUGUST 14th, 1916 1, 1917 and the other one-ha- lf in two (County Court Day) bonds or notes of equal amount due at 11 o'clock a. m., in front of the 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 borid 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 And notes. There is on said farm a dwelling house with eight rooms and two It is time you were porches, stock barn, crib and other outbuildings; also two good tenant seeing about that 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 also sell five work mules, one brood mare, one mule colt and the farming implements of all kinds. (No household or kitchen furYouVeJJ been thinking niture will be sold.) All amounts under $25 cash. Notes with good sureof building for some ty with interest from date du January 1st, 1917 for all amounts over $25. Marion Johnston, who lives on time. the farm will show it to prospective purchasers. Col. I. M. Dunn will act In no other way can as auctioneer. For further information apply to you obtain such feed G. B. ROBINSON, Executor. . Phone 377. Danville, Ky. economy for your stock. 1-1-- at 14th, (County Court Day) 1916 2, 1-- highest and best bidder, the following personalty: One Gaar Scott, single cylinder thresher engine, No. 12,642; one Garr-Sco- tt cylinder rear No. 20573; one Garr Scott band cutter, and self feeder, No. 544; one Gaar Scott wind stacker, No. 6499; one Gaar Scott weigher, with bagging attachment No. 75140; one canvass driving belt 150 feet long, 8 inches wide. Said property is upon the farm of plaintiff, about 1 4 miles east of Crab Orchard, Ky. Sale made to satisfy judgment of plaintiff for $120.00 with 6fi from June 17, 1913, and is made on a credit of 90 days, purchaser to execute bond to Commissioner with approved security, bearing Cr from date of sale, lien retained on proper36-inch 56-in- ch 36-in- ch 1-- 2, 1-- 1-- 2, s gi-as- No. 138 1 180 acre farm one and one-ha- lf miles from Lebanon, Kentucky. Has large three story 12 room residence, J re-qur- ed Mr.Farme r 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. I r 1 1 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. HIGGINS --- One 50c bottle makes 1 2 gallons of medicine. Corner Main and Depot Streets, KENTUCKY am a large breeder of fancy poultry and show birds. I have been "I We Will Save You Money on frigerators, Ice Cream Freezers, Coolers, Etc. ALSO LAWN MOWERS AND GARDEN TOOLS. Re- 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 tins wonderful remedy. Have 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. You cannot spend any money on your farm to better .advantage. And the only kind of silo to commissioner s Sale G. D. have is a Mary Perkins, Etc., Defendants Pursuant to a judgment rendered in the Lincoln Circuit Court at its May Term, 1916, the undersigned Commissioner will on MONDAY, AUGUST vs. Lincoln Circuit Court Florence, Admr.,. Plaintiff No. 140 45 acres. Seven dwelling, barns etc. Concrete Silo Which is there forever when you have it made 14th, 1916 room cottage at 11 o'clock a. m in front of the court house door, in Stanford, Ky., offer for sale at public outcry, the to-w- it. (County Court Day) Sold in Stanford by The Lincoln Pharmacy PHILLIPS BROS., STANFORD, : : Ira3 THE OLD RELIABLE" GEORGE H. FARRIS. REMEDYFORMEN. AT YOUR DRUQGIST. KY. following described property, A certain house and lot on Hanging Fork in Lincoln, County, Ky. Beginning at an oak stump in the line of Celia W.ilhoit, thence running up middle of Hanging Fork 40 yards to corner of Fanny Young line; thence a straight line to the beginning. (There is excepted from this boundary that portion of the lot sold to Obie Perkins.) Said sale made on a credit of six months, purchaser to execute bond with approved" personal surety, with from date of sale; interest at 6 lien retained on property sold to secure payment of same, force and effect of judgment. E. D. PENNINGTON, house, never failing springs etc. All in cultivation and pasture. Thi3 place located on the Main street town. Price $4500.00. Terms right. of-goo- Good well at Hughes & McCarty REAL ESTATE STANFORD, - i r k KENTUCKY M. C. L. C. C. mlv 3- -