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This Label Is Eith-ceior z v Does It S pt ufrVJ ii: to You?. Stanford, Lincoln County, Kentucky, Tuesday, August ALCORN MONCREIFF 1 , 1916 Tuesdays and Fridays COMMITTEE TO ESCORT WILSON To Lincoln Farm Made Up mi Two From Each Cotutty SairiUy and mium in gold, $5.00. Girl Rider Best Girl Eider, under twenty years old. Premium value, $10.00. Baby Ring Prettiest Baby under two vears Renzo King Pobaify Fatally WoundLincoln County People Will Go Over old. Premium in Gold, $10.00. Family Bugiry Horse ed by Jim Baker Near Moreland "In Droves for Splendid AttracBest Family Buggy Horse, used'! Sunday Morning. daily. Tremium value, $13. oO. lo tions Offered. by woman or be shown and driven girl and must be shown to a buggy. Citizens of the West End of LinPlantation Saddle Horse With the Harrodsburg fair an uncoln are considerably aroused over Best Walking Mare or Gelding, the wounding of Renzo King a promqualified success last week, interest this week centers on the rejuvenated any age. Soundness not considered. inent resident of the Moreland secPremium, $15.00. Danville fair, and some good, tion by James Baker, a thresher Rockaway Horse times are expected on the hand Rockaway Mare or Gelding, lies atSunday morning. Mr. King Best leautiful old fair grounds. The Mt. any age, to be driven to same. Prethe point of death with a Vernon fair and the Blue Grass fair mium, wound in his skull eight inches long, $15.00. made by a corn knife. at Lexington come next week, and Ugly Man Brodhead the week after the great comes the Baker, his brother, Wm. Baker, Ugliest Man on grounds. Pre- and Levi Kelly, who were with Mr. fair will be held. Then Great and Only K. P. Fair at Stan- mium in gold, $5.00. Winner to be King at the time of the unfortunate shown in ring. ford the week following. affair, were arrested and the man Five Gaited Mare or Gelding Lincoln county people A host of charged with the crime was brought Best will be in Danville this week for the years Saddle Mare or Gelding, four before Judge Bailey for examining boost fair there, and to premiumthe fair $25.00. old and under. Premium, trial Tuesday morning. On account list is here. A splendid of the serious condition of Mr. King, Worst Turnout with the weather turned offered and the Commonwealth, which was repWorst slightly cooler the attendance should $15.00. Turnout. Premium value, resented by Attorney K. S. Alcorn The famous in the absence of County Attorney be record-breakinRoadster Pair Shows, which are so popular announced that it was Best Pair of Roadsters, regardless W. S. Burch, Judge Bailey here, are furnishing the midway fea- of color sex or ownership. Any age. not ready, so fixed the tures at Danville. The premium list Premium, $30.00. trial for next Friday morning. exclusive of the Floral Hall, which is Jim Baker when taken to the jail Roadster Ring unusuallv good, for the whole three Best Roadster Stallion, mare or afterward and asked by an I. J. rep-a as days' exhibition at Danville, is gelding, any age. Winner of Road- resentative if he cared to make . follows: statement for publication, said in Band concert on Mam street in ster Ring, first day barred from this substance this: ring. Premium, $50.00. m. front of Court House, 9 a. Grounds, "I had been working on a thresher Mules Grand Parade to Fair Best Horse Mule, 2 and under 3 all week, and Sunday morning had preceded by Danville Military Band, gone to the depot to get some to start promptly at ten o'clock from years old. Premium, $15.00. 'tricks' (grub, he explained). When Mules Court House and end in show ring went over to where they were Best Horse Mule, 2 and under 3 I(meaning at Fair Grounds. . Mr. King, his brother Wm. years old. Premium, $15.00. Best Automobile Party in Parade, Baker and Levi Kelly) King caught Best Mare Mule, any age. Pre- me $20. around the waist and began jab"Occupants to count 33 3 per mium, $15.00. Best Horse Mule, any age. Pre- bing his fingers into me. I pulled cent. myself loose from him and asked Automobile to count 33 3 per mium, $15.00. Best Team Mare Mules, any age, him to stop. But he grabbed me cent. gain and again and punched me in to be Management to count 33 3 per mium, shown to farm wagon. Pre- the side and body with his fingers. $15.00. Cent- That's all there was to it." Mr. BaTeam All contestants must make their to Best shown Horse Mules, any age, ker said that this was what lead up be to farm wagon. Preentries by 9.30, with Secretary, and mium, $15.00. to the trouble with Mr. King. their position in parade will be govAfter the cutting which took place American Saddle Hcrse Breeders erned by number of entry. near Mr. King's orchard, Wm. Baker Association Prize Best "decorated turnout, $15.00, to and Kelly went for a doctor. The Best be driven by boy or girl under 15 mium, Suckling Foal of 1916. Pre- trio had endeavored to carry King to $50.00 All entries must years old, pony under 14 hands. town but could not do so, "and be Cattle Exhibit to be Shown in Ring. dle registered in the American Sad- sent for a physician. No effort then was Horse Register. Not less than Best steer any breed, under one ten entries from Boyle County. In made by any of the men to run vear. $15.00. away, and when Sheriff J. G. Best heifer, any breed, under one counties adjoining Boyle and holdwent for Baker, he gave ing no fair, entries will be received, year, $15. but each adjoining county competing himself up. Kelly and Wm. Baker Beat Milk Cow, any .age and breed, must have two were held as witnesses, and Wm. Baor more entries. $15.00, Milk to be drawn in ring. ker was released by Judge Bailev Combined Ring Shetland Ponies Best Mare or Gelding, any age, under $250 bond as a witness. It Ponies to be entered must not Premium. was given by his mother. Kelly was $30.00. be over 50 inches high. also released on bond. Riding Contest s, Fat Man's Best mare, any age, shown in Mr. King has been unconscious Best Gentleman Rider, niust weigh $12.50 Value. over 200 pounds. Premiumf '$10.00. 'post of the time shu-- a the affair, but Beat stallion, any age, .shown in aon after physicians got to him, he Trick Horse or Pony ' harness, $12.50. :rn t rp;i. iiuise ui.. jruiiy, suown oused, and told Wm. Burkitt. so tt .uicsi. iiitii Trotting Colt Deputy Sheriff John ?Iossr renarfcetW Premium, $15.00.. Beet colt, either sex,, trotting in Ring. Team .iere luesday, that one of the Bakers Roadsters ' Ksii. $50. Best Roadster Team, regardless had held him while the other one cut Suckling Mule Ring. Premium $175. of sex, color or ownership; Pre- him. Since then, it is understood Best Suckling mule, either sex, mium, :hat he has been unconscious and $30.00. 175.00. The mule receiving first unable to talk. Mare and Colt Ring propertyof the money to become the In an effort to save his life an and Colt. Mare must association and to be sold in the be Best Mare in was performed on his head registered the American Saddle public auction to highest ring at Horse Register. Mare to count 50 Monday by Drs. J. R. Cowan, of bidder. Mule to be delivered at W. J. Childress, of Husweaning time, sound, and owner to per cent and colt 50 per cent in the Danville, and M. L. Pipes, of More-.antonville delivery. judging. Premium value, $65.00. receive payment at time of It was found that the wound Saddle Colt Ring Purchaser to give certified check at Best Suckling colt, either sex, sad- received from the heavy corn knife time of sale. Best Fancy Turnout, no decora- dle bred. Premium "value, $65.00. had penetrated into the brain at several points and very little hope for Heavy Harness Ring tions. To be delivered by Lady and Best Heavy Harness mare or geld- his recovery is held out by the phyGentleman, $15.00. sicians. Best Hjirness Stallion, under 4 ing, any age. Premium, $15.00. Mr. King has been living at More-lan- d Best Looking Couple vears old, $15.00. a number of years and bears a Best Looking Couple, Lady to mare, under 4 Best count 75 per cent; Gentleman to splendid reputation, and is well esyears old, $15.00. count 25 per cent. Premium value, teemed by all who know him. He Phaeton Pony 'ame there from Casey county and 15 hands and $10.00. Best Phaeton Pony, of Sheriff J. D. Sweepstake Saddle Ring Five Gaited ;s a brother-in-launder, $15.00. Taylor, of Casey, who was present Horses Mule Roadster Best Saddle Stallion, mare or geld- iere Tuesday morning when Baker Best roadster mule, $12.00. .vas brought before Judge Bailey. ing, any age, Premium, $100.00. Horse New York Saddle 3aker's bond was fixed by Judge Couple To Marry Best mare or gelding any age, walk To Couple who will marry in front Bailey at $1,000. trot and canter, $15.00. of Band Stand, Prize value, $50.00. Quick Hitching Contest Green Roadster To the woman or girl harnessing LIGHTNING IN ADAIR Best Green Roadster, any age. No and hitching up horse and driving oif I. R. In Adair in the quickest time. Buckles only animal allowed to show that has Henson was county lastofweek father, his in the barn snaps. Premium competed in any speed ring except to be used. No a green roadster ring. To be shown Mr. C. C. Henson. A storm came up $10.00. Boyle County to substantial two wheel cart, sulky xnd lightning struck the top of the Best exhibit from barn, the bolt running down a post, School Canning Clubs. To be best or bike. Premium, $50.00. plitting it to pieces. Young Hen-so- n Prettiest Girl of canned fruits general collection was standing near the post. He Prettiest Girl on Grounds. Preand vegetables. Premium $15.00. mium in Gold, vas knocked down and senseless. $10.00. Lady Driver Automobile When found he did not know how Sweepstake Harness Ring Best Ladv Driver Automobile. Fine Harness Stallion, Mare or long that he bad been unconscious, $10.00. Premium Gelding, any age. Premium, $100. jut stated that he felt he had just Green Roadster Ring aeen awakened from sleep. He was Consolation Saddle Ring Mare or gelding, any age. ConBest Harness Stallion, Mare or not injured and no damage was done No sideration speed and endurance. won o the animal allowed to compete that has Gelding, any age, that has not Pre- post. barn save the splitting of the speed ring except a Blue or Red tie at this Fair. competed in any a green roadster ring. To be shown mium, $15.00. Consolation Saddle Ring After Rural Credit Subscribers. to substantial, two wheel cart, sulky Best Harness Stallion, Mare or or bike. Premium $50.00. in the FayAn order Gelding, any age, that has not won ette Circuit was entered morning auFive Gaited Saddle Horse Court this Best Stallion, Mare or Gelding, any a Blue or Red tie at this Fair, Pre- thorizing Receiver Richard J. Colmium, $15.00. age. Premium $100.00. bert to collect unpUid stock subSweepstake Roadster Ring scriptions to the Kentucky Rural Best Roadster Stallion Mare or Best Jack foaled in 191G. Premto dispose of Gelding, any age. Premium, $100. Credit Association and to the assoium value, $15.00. mortage notes belonging Jennet, foaled in 1916. Premium First $50.00; Second $25; Third ciation at par with accrued interest. $15.00; Fourth $10.00. value, $25.00. Of these $17,000 are in 6 per cent Best Jack, 2 and under 3 years, five year notes," and, and $100,000 Premium, $15.00. SWALLOWS NICKEL AND DIES. and over are in 5 per cent, twenty-yea- r DANVILLE FAIR ON THIS WEEK HEAD SPLIT OPEN WITH CORN KNIFE Popular Hustonville Girl Weds Chicago Man in Lexington Saturday. The marriage of Miss Larry M. W. corn to John jMoncreifi, of London, England, which was solemnised at Lexington, Saturday, came as quite a surprise to her many friends and relatives at home. The bride is a splendid youngjwoman in every way. She has taught in Chicago for a number of years and it was there that she met the man who became her husband. A ho? of loved ones will extend congratulations and all good wishes. The Lexington Leader's society column Sunday had the following account of the wedding that was there: The marriges of Miss Larry M. W. HUNG HIMSELF MRS. HARVEY McBEATH DIES WITH FENCE WIRE Prominent Young Matron Succumbs Near Hubble Garrard News. old-fahion- ed g. Lit-tlejo- hn 1-- 1-- Alcorn, of Hustonville, to Mj John George Moncreiff, of London, England, and Chicago was celebrated Saturday afternoon at 4:30 o'clock at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. Hill Spalding in Campsie Place. Mrs. Spalding is the sister of the bride and the wedding was a very quiet affair on account of the reeent bereavement in the Spalding family. Dr. Edwin Muller was the officiating minister and the only members of the family were present. The house was decorated with golden glow, palms and ferns. The bride wore her traveling suit of blue silk and her bouquet was of killarney roses. She is a daughter of Dr. "Edward Alcorn, of Hustonville, and is a charming and brilliant teacher, who spent a number of years in Chicago. After the wedding trip the bridal couple left for 2 trip to the Pacific coast to spend the, rest of the summer. They will live in Chicago. Mr. Moncreiff is recently from London, England and is,- -' president of the Great Northwestern Insurance Company, of Chicago. HUSTONVILLE 1 John Tayolr and Edgar Lewis, of Bradfordsville were here Thursday 1-- Wea-therfo- rd preached at the Baptist church Sunday morning and, night. Thomas Neat, (W Adair county was here last Sunday night on his way to Liberty in behalfr of his interests in . is erecting a large stock barn for W. L. Neal. Samuel BurtonSand family, of Indianapolis are hep with his" father, J. D. Burton on a visit. Henry II. 'McKJnejhndSwife, of Louisville, BobJtKino'eyiand wife. the Primai-y,, W. M. McKinney ' , and Friday." Rev. Sarels ancfamily, of Missouri, have been here on a visit and har-Teg- - I -- - " of MiddlebjTw);e'' visitors at '" r place Wedig-J. W. Powell arjqvea home Thursday evening accompanied by his granddaughter, Mifc-- Francis Depp, of Robbins, Tenn., and he says that he had a fine trip. thiss of Middlebnrggs& Mijp CleOI'An-Tnc- h, op-arati- on d. five-gait- ed w here Thursday on business. Rev. Sarels and family have gone to Noth Carolina for a visit to relatives there for a while. W. J. Campbell visited Celesti last week on insurance business. Everybody is hustling up to get their hay harvest over hefore it rains again. The produce company is doing a large business. See after the welfare of your stock and have them attended to before the fatal disease of black leg gets to much of a hold on them as there are lots of symptoms among the dead. The infant of Rev. Brandenburg was quite ill Wednesday night but at present is on the road to improvement. Coal hauling has been the rage here for 'the last few days. "Happy" John I3ye, of near Mt. Salem was here Thursday and ate so much that he said that he felt like a Come again John clovered oxen. before you get so hungry. Mrs. Louis Giles and daughter, of Marietta, Ga., are here on a visit to her grand parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. Mrs. Agnes Reese, of Newnan, Ga., here on a visit to her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Williams. Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Ross went to Mammoth Cave last week, also Mr. and "Mrs. James Powell and Mr. and Mrs. S. D. Powell, of Danville. Dr. Bertie Carpenter and sister and mother and Vernon Childress, motored to Mammoth Cave last week and report a great trip thru the is George W. King, .of-- Liberty was R. Williams. -- Aged Farmer of Ottenheim Section Lancaster, Aug 1. Mrs. Anna Jones McBeath died at Takes His Own Life While Mind her home near the west Garrard boundary in the Hubble section on Was Unbalanced. Sunday after a rather brief illness due to Adolph Hertel, aged 67, was found years. dysentery, aged about 31 She was the daughter of Mr. ead in his barn bv onp nf his a bout noon Sundnv. Ho Tinl Vmr.fr Mack Jones,, the merchant at Hedge-vill- e, himself with a No. 12 fence wire and small and leaves a husband and two had evidently committed the deed Mrs. children. She was a sister of Boone Sanders, of Hedgeville. only a short while before. Insanity is given as the cause of the act. A Her husband, Harvey McBeath has year or more ago he suffered a sun- the sympathy of many friends in his stroke and SinPP VlJlfl hopn in lin1 bereavement. Mr. Hignite, an shape mentally. He had lucid mo- citizen m en is, nowever, ana only late last of northeast Garrard, who has been week he went to Crab Orchard and making his home with Mr. and Mrs. attended to business affairs, includ- Lemuel Tenter nf ihnt flicti-;.- ing the making of a deposit at the struck by a wagon a few days since, anu irom tne tan sustained a broken Crab Orchard Banking Co. His son. voung Hignite, The deceased came to this country thigh-boncitizen cf Barbourville, some 10 or 15 years ago and had a well-to-d- o lived most of the time on the Ander- came for his aged father who previson farm, to the South of Crab Or- ously preferred to live in Garrard chard and near the old cheese fac- county, and took him back with him tory. He was a widower, but two to the Knox Countv Capital, where sons, including Oscar Hertel, the he will have every attention bestowed merchant near the home, and a upon his aged sire. daughter survive. The burial ocThe Garrard County Teachers' Incurred Monday at the Catholic stitute is in session here this week, and the town is given over to the church at Ottenheim. visiting pedagogues. The assemPRIMARY ELECTION SATURDAY blage is held daily in the graded school auditorium under the direcefficient Democrats and Republicans Both torship of Garrard's .Ipnnm School Superintendent Mist; Name Congressional Candidates Dr. McDougal of the Richmond Nor mal school is serving as Conductor. Interest appears to be rather light One of the attractive features of in the primary which will be held the institute will be an address WedSaturday in the Eighth congressional nesday at 2:30 by Dr. Ganfield, of district. Both of the democratic Danville. Mrs. Dillingham of Mercandidates have been using consid- cer county, has charge of the musierable printer's ink in an effort to cal program throughout the sessions. make friends and arouse their Mr. Donaldson Jones, of friends to action, and have been locality was stricken with the Nina appenditraveling over the district extensive- citis, and submitted to a successful ly. The republican candidates have operatio.. for the dread malady. been making a more or less still hunt Miss Iva Pendleton, daughter of but have been doing much riding it is Mrs. Bud Pendleton of the Marks-bur- y reported. Friends of Dr. R. L. Davidistrict, had the horse which son, of this city, who is opposed to she was riding, frightened bv a passL. T. Neat, of Columbia, for-thing automobile, and was thrown by republican nomination, say he is a the frantic animal; while she sustainsure winner, but are taking no ed many cuts and bruises by her chances. In regard to the democrat- fall, she was not seriously injured ic nomination, both candidates feel as was at first reported. very confident, it is said. A light The union service wa& held Sunvote is expected in both parties. day evening at rhe Christian church, The election officers who will hold the Rev. II. Hudson, pastor of th the primary in Lincoln countv are as Presbyterian S.membership, delivering follows : a most interesting discourse. Stanford No. 1 Miss Margaret Cook gave a handJudge James Harris. some social affair on last Friday eveJudge George Crawford. ning in honor of her house guests, Clerk H. J. Lutes. Misses Helen Elizabeth and Chastine Sheriff J. E. Wilmott. Sprague and Hope Gardner," of Stanford No. 2 Louisville, there having be"en' "about Judge R. L. Porter. 80 guests present. Judge J. W. Williams. Mr. and Mrs. Parker Gregory, Mrs. Clerk Ed Davis. Ramsey and Miss Jeanie Lackev enSheriff Tom Rice. joyed a motoring trip to Danville, Stanford No. 3 last Friday afternoon. Judge Ed Hubbard. Judge C. E. Gentry. Mrs. John Anderson, of Lexington Clerk Harris Coleman. is here on a visit to her many relaSheriff Mat Myers. tives at her former home. Stanford No. 4 Mr. G. M. Lyons and Mrs. Lyons Judge Wyatt Smith. left last Monday in their machine to Judge James Wright. visit in various sections of Indiana. Clerk John Chappell. Mr. and Mrs. Dan Scott motored Sheriff George Hale. over Saturday from Lexington and Crab Orchard No. 1 were guests for several hours of Mr. Judge R. H. Bronaugh. and Mrs. Henry Lloyd. Judge W. R. Dillion. Mr. Rice Terrill, who has been fillClerk Simon Petrey. ing a good position in a large tire Sheriff A. A. Holmes. factory at Akron, Ohio, is at home Crab Orchard No. 2 for a stay. Judge P. J. Parish. Mr. Gus Dunn, who has been loJudge Charles Adams. cated for several years in Florida, Clerk J. B. Corum. has been here on a visit to his mothSheriff Lige King. er, Mrs. W. A. Price, and left a few Waynesburg No. 1 days since to make a sojourn with Judge Pat Days. his brother, Charles Dunn in ChicaJudge Monroe Thompson. go. Clerk W. D. Hays. The little Ledford girl, daughter Sheriff T. J. Burleson. of Mr. Robert Ledford, of the Paint Waynesburg No. 2 Lick section, who has been quite ill Judge Boone Flint. of typhoid fever, is now recovering Judge J. A. Singleton. under the skilful nursing of Miss Clerk Mack Walls. Sallie Lou Myers. Sheriff Ras Allen. Mr. and Mrs. William Fox Logan Waynesburg No. 3 and children have returned to their Judge C. D. Warfield. home in Wilkes-BarrPa., after a Judge W. T. Mueller. several weeks' visit ot Mrs. Logan's Clerk Elbert Baugh. parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Mason. Sheriff D. R. Adams. Misses Elizabeth Msihan. Tnmtni Hustonville No. 1 Durham, Marguerite Anderson, and Judge W. H. Rigney. Mary Manier Wells, Messrs. Bruce Judge E. D. Carson. Montgomery and Robert Dunn, of Clerk T. J. Bell. Danville, composed a party of motorSheriff Wm. Dunn. ists who visited Mrs. JohnE. Stormes Hustonville No. 2 last Saturday afternoon. Judge John Blain. Miss Dorothy Dunlap was the i,-.,- Florence Represent Selection of State members of the. General Committee to act as an escort to President Woodrow Wilson, and in reception to him at and Lincoln Farm Monday, September 4, when the historic birthplace of Abraham Lincoln is formally accepted by the President on behalf of the nation, has been completed by William Marshal Bullitt, chairman of the General Committee. In order to make the affair an entirely event one Democrat and one Republican was chosen from each county. Lincoln county's two representatives at this most imposing affair, as named by Mr. Bullitt ax George D. Florence and S. M. Saui-leMr. Bullitt says that each member of the committee is expected to attend the ceremonies at the farm and badges will be sent to eaeh member during the next few days. The members of the committee who hare to pass thru Louisville to get to Hodgenville will be invited to join the Louisville committee and journey to Hodgenville on the special train carrying President Wilson and the other Washington officials and Unit ed States Senators who will be oa the train and who will speak during the ceremonies. Members of the Wilson escort and reception committee from this section of the state are as follows: Adair JOhn B. Coffey and J. O. Hod-genvi- lle non-partis- an y. c e. tt,:. e King, Liberty. Garrard Joseph Robinson and L. L. Walker, Lancaster. Harlan Zeb Stewart ami D. B. Cornett, Harlan. W. B. Bnford mmI Harry McCarty, Nicholasville. Knox James D. Black ami J. M. Robinson, Barbourville. Laurel D. C. Edwards and Nnt .Je.-sam- Russell, Columbia, Ky. Anderson William E. Dowling and T. J. Baird, Lawrenceburg. Bell Robert C. Ford and H C. Chappell, Middlesboro. Boyle King Swope and Robert G. Evans, Danville. Casey W. C. Combest and G. W. ie Sewell, London. Lincoln S. M. Saufley and Gee. D. Madison James B. MeCrearr A. R. Burnam, Richmond. Marion Oliver Kelly and T.. Q. , ' '&&' Jackson, Lebanon. McCreary Dr. R. C. Server, Pfna Knot and W. A. Kinnie, Stearns. Mercer J. H. Grimes, Sr., and James P. Spillman, HarrodsbuKg. Pulaski Woodson May and E. P. Morrow. Somerset. Rockcastle E. S. Albright and L. W. Bethurum. Mount Vernon. Russell Lilburn Phelps and J. N. Meadows, Jamestown. Scott John R. Downing and John C. Porter, Georgetown. Shelbv Leon Rothchild and Lad-loF. Petty. Shelbyville. Spencer E. B. Stratton and W. W. Booles, Tavlorsville. Taylor B. T. Harding and W. G. Payne, Campbellsville. Washington J. R. Durham and Marshall Duncan. Springfield. Wayne J. S. Sandusky and M. G. Back. Monticello. Whitlev A. T. Siler and Dr. B. M. Gatliff, Williamsburg. w Florence, Stanford. ad Best Jack, any age. Premium Premium $15.00. Best Brood Mare and Suckling Mule, either sex, each to count 50 per cent in the judging. Premium value, $25.00. Best Horse Mule, 1 and under 2 years. Premium, $15.00. Best Mare Mule, 1 and under 2 years. Premium value, $15.00. Trotting Colt Ring Best Colt, either sex, 1916 foal, by trotting bred sire, Premium value, $65.00. their ."bright and pretty little daughter, Lola May, to Cincinnati Tuesday morning to be exThe child amined with the swallowed a nickel on Thursday of last week and it lodged at the entrance of the stomach. The child could not swallow anything but liquid food. It seems that the nickel lodged edgewise, and not entirely closed the entrance to the stomach. The was used to locate the nickle. The surgeon tried to extract the nickel from the baby's throat by Saddle Colt Rings Best Suckling Fillv Colt, saddle probing for it. The attempt was too severe and proved fruitless. Pneubred. Premium, $10.00. Best Suckling Stallion Colt, sad- monia developed and death followed in a short time. dle bred. Premium, $10.00. Saddle Colts BABY FOUND DYING. Best Yearling Filly, saddle bred. A old daughter of Mr. Premium, $15.00. Roadster Pony and Mrs. Hubert Manning, who lives Best Roadster Pony, 14 hands and on the Higgins place, not far from under, trot or pace, to be driven by Crab Orchard, was found in a dying bov or girl under fifteen years. Pre- condition when the family arose this morning. The little thing died withmium, $10.00. in an hour. It is not known what Combined Five Gaited Horses Best Stallion, Mare or Gelding, caused the child's death, but the body broke out with something like any age. Premium. $35.00. the hives just as the little light went Bird Dog ..,, ii Best Bird Dog, any breed. Pre out. $15.00. X-Ra- Best Jennet, any age. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer E. Fossett took (From Falmouth Outlook.) y. X-R-ay two-mont- hs . -- Dr. Crossfield, of Transylvania University will speak here ,on August 12th. This is the educational day of our Chautauqua. Everybody will attend the Chautauqua on August 11 to 14. Come one come all and enjoy yourself. The meeting at Ellisburg which was conducted by Rev. Bradenburg notes. These notes, according has come to a terminus and he will WEDDING BELLS. to President R. A. McDowell, are begin a similar meeting at Butcher Fonzo S. Berry and Miss Orithia abundantly secured and a ready mar- Town on next Wednesday night July 31st. and a great meeting is proph- Warfield were joined in wedlock's ket for them is expected. esied. holy bonds at the Mt. Moriah church, Lucian Dye and family, of Leroy, LINCOLN ROADS BOULEVARDS 23. The bonny bride is a 111., are here oil a visit to parents, July Mr. and Mrs. John B. Foster, Mrs. and other relatives. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. D. War-fiel- d, H. J. McRoberts, Mrs. J. B. Paxton Mr. Brown, owner of the Produce of Waynesburg and is 19 years and J. S. Owsley motored through Comp'any is suffering from a car- of age. The groom is a son of Mr. the country to Franklin, Simpson buncle on his forehead and is very county, in western Kentucky to visit disappointed in the way of pleasure. and Mrs. H. C. Berry, of Lincoln and Mrs. Owsley, who is there with her E. McCormack was in the Pulaski is 24 years old. mother, Mrs. McElwain. Mr. Owsley capital a few days hence and consultLester Weaver and Miss Sallie says they found the roads generally ed the colored doctor in reference to Parker were joined heart and hand in fearful shape, and that Lincoln a affliction. He was county's roads are boulevards com- Laccompanied by Mr! George Tucker. July 22. The bride is a daughter of pared to most of the roads in that Miss Eddie T. Carpenter is visiting Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Parker and the Mrs. N. of the state. section her friends and relatives in Lexing- groom is a son of Mr. and19 years Weaver. They both are ton and Nicholasville. and their friends hcpe that they Despondency Due to Indigestion. Chamberlain's Colic, will live forever happy and content "About three months ago when I Recommends ed together. which Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. was suffering from indigestion "I never hesitate to recommend caused headache and dizzy spells and SOMERSET STRIKE SETTLED made me feel tired and despondent, Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and The differences between the Queen I began taking Chamberlain's Tab- Diarrhoea Remedy," writes Sol Willlets," writes Mrs. Geo. Hon, Mac-edo- iams, merchant, Jesse, Tenn. "I & Crescent machinists and the railN. Y. "This medicine proved sell more of it than any other prep- road company, at Somerset were adto be the very thing I needed, as one arations of like character. I have justed, Friday. The men returned to day's treatment relieved me great- used it myself and found it gave me work the next morning. The adly. I used two bottles ofri Chamberl- more relief than any other thing I justment is said to have been satisain's" Tablest "and they rid me of this have ever tried for the same pur factory to both sides. The men quit pose." Obtainable everywhere". work' about a week ago. trouble." Obtainable everywhere. long-standing country. Clerk .Walter McKinney. Sheriff W. Carson. Hustonville No. 3 Judge D. V. Kennedy. Judge Sherman Coy. Clerk F. P. Bobbitt. Sheriff E. Manning. Hustonville No. 4 Judge R. S. Scudder. Judge Jim Yocum. Clerk Bowman Owens. Sheriff Orie Gooch. Judge Eugene Dunn. n, DELIGHTFUL AFFAIRS On last Saturday afternoon, Mi3 Ruth Fields gave a picnic in honor of her guests, Misses Josephine Proctor, Alpha Fowle, Mary Hill Garman, Frances Cormney. Iva Pep-pland Ruby Spears. They went to Rocky Cliff on the Bradfordsville pike. The lunch, which was the most important feature of the outing was enjoyed by everyone. Upon their return to Hustonville, they went to the home of Misses Ella, Blanche and Edith Barnette, who entertained in honor of their visitor, Miss Lane. At a late hour delicious ices and cakes were served. Those present besides Miss Fields' guests, were: Misses Lovey Lane, of Gravel Switch Pearl, Grace and Ruth Fields, Ella charming little hostess at a birthday Blanche and Edith Barnett. Messrs. party the past week, the affair being John and Marion Fields, John and in celebration of her 8th anniversary, Roger Hicks, and George Barnett. and having been given her by her devoted friend, Mrs. Ethel Darnold. MARRIED A LINCOLN GIRL Master Hudson Frisbie was a recent visitor in Danville. Rev. J. G. Livington, near Crab Mr. Adolph Joseph has returned Orchard, has received the sad news from a several days' sojourn in the of the death of his C. C. Falls City. Leete, at Tipton, Indiana last Friday Miss Bettie Perry, of Stanford, is after a long illness of a complication the guest of Miss Margaret Cook in of stomach and liver trouble. Mr. the west suburb. Leete married Miss Margaret LivingMrs. Joe L. Francis has returned ston about five years ago and for from a several days' stay at Elixir several years they made their home Springs. in Washington state, where he reLittle Miss Marjorie Ballou and quested his body be taken for burial. sister, of the Lincoln capital, are the splendid young man in evguests of Misses Allie and Mary Ar- He was a a member of the Christian ery way, nold. church. His widow has the symMiss Hazel Lyons is in Frankfort pathy of a host of loved ones in her on a visit to her brother, Mr. Greene great beroavptvent. Lyons and family. Mrs. Logan Wood, of Danville, has The Clerk Guaranteed It. been the guest of her sister, Mrs. John M. Mount. "A customer came my store Little Misses Mittie and Mary Lee the other day and said into one of my to Dunn are at home after a visit to clerks, 'have you anything that will their aunt, Mrs. John Smith in Dan- cure diarrhoea?' and my clerk went ville. and got him a Messrs. Robert E. Henry and F. S. lain's Colic and bottle of ChamberRemedy, Hughes went to Elixir Springs last and said to him,Diarrhoea does not 'if this Sunday to spend the day with their cure you, I wives who are recuperating at that cent for it.' will not charge you a So he took it home health-givin- g resort. back in a Miss j Alberta Anderson has been and came was cured."day or two and writes .T. TT. making a short sojourn in Lexing- said he Co., Salt Creek, Berry & Va. Ob- ton. tamaDie everywnere. M. Allen Johnson is at home after snendiner several davs in the. "RncV. eye State. her sister, Mrs. David C. Sanders. Mrs. Rozella Dunn has TPfnmnil JJr. I. J. Hood has gone refrom a fortnight's visit to her sister, cuperative trip to Crab on a Orchard Mrs. Isaac Dunn near Lexington. springs. rptin Mr. and Mrs. Chnrloo Mrs. S. H. Pollitt have been boarders at the Gulley children are at home and three little after a month's aouse nave moved to the" home of visit" to her mother near Vanceburs. e, son-in-la- w, -- es OCJie. Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky: Tuesday, August Heard About Town W. J. Campbell, the hustling insurance man of the West End, was in town Tuesday, advertising his bus iness. Look for it m Friday's I. J. The Knights of Pythias have just had a nice coat of paint applied to their castle hall on Main street, under the superintendance of Record Keeper W. W. Saunders. W. I. Swaim, electrician of the crew, which has been doing repair work to the phone lines in this section of the state, is at the St. Asaph Hotel, threatened with typhoid fever. Sanford Allen, of Millersburg has been elected a member of the Bourbon county Democratic committee from Millersburg precinct No. 2 to succeed M. Peale Collier, who has moved to Paris. He should be elected chairman of the committee. 1, 1916 The Interior Journal imm r m UV BE!Vk. tt kLlti (Progressive men ba: a ffliconduct our -il National S. M. SAUPLEY. Editor and Froprietor $1.00 a Year in Advance, Paper Stops "When Entered at the Postoffice at Stanford, Ky., as Second Class Mail Matter m Announcements The Interior Journal is authorized to announce the following candidates, subject to the Democratic Primary, August 5, 1910: Cool Clothes J JSCJ U 1f dk.A ur Bank. FOR CONGRESS CHARLES F. MONTGOMERY HARVEY HELM The primary election will be hoTi Saturday next. Very little interest appears to be manifested in it generally and a light vote will probably be polled by both parties. Much more hinges upon the final election in November, than who is nominated in August. It behooves each and every candidate and his friends to remember this, and to so conduct him self and his efforts that no bitterness shall remain after the primary and so that the winner, whoever he may be, will have have a clear and unsullied title to his office. Unfair tactics, corruption or other such reprehensible methods should be conspicuous by their absence next Saturday. This is a fight between democrats inside the party and the I. J. hopes that each and every democrat who enters the primary will go into it and come out of it ready and willing to support the nominee. That is the I. J. s position and should be the position of all good and loyal democrats. The time If there was ever a time when a man needed a few clothes and COOL CLOTHES it is such sweltering weather as this week. ' i IJ f i 1 MEMBER FEDfltAl RESERVE SYSTEM OF BANKS wqnt you to do your banking business with us and don't min asking you. 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. We Judge J. T. "Hanberry, of Hopkins-vill- e is very ill. He is- - one of the best known jurists in western Kentucky. Clifford, the son of C. B. Shears, was perhaps burned fatally by taking hold of a live wire, nt Harlan, Saturday. One hundred and fifteen section hands out of 200 employed on twenty-fou- r sections on the L. & N. short line between La Grange and Cincinnati are striking for higher wages. The men who are out are not organized, but have agreed to stand together for a $1.75 day. Some contend for a $2 day. Present wages are $1.45 for eleven hours. . five-year-o- ld 1 ., Suits without vests, LIGHT WEIGHTS, lightxolors, worn so the air can get through them. 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. Stylish WASH TROUSERS $1 and $1,50. If COOL, COMFORTLight Colored, WwM CENT -A- -WORD ADS u The Lincoln County National Bank Stanford, Kentucky draws nearer for the The K. P. boys made a fine show at Harrods-bur- g One FOR SALE. last week, and will do just as Southdown buck. E. T. Pence. 60-- 2 well and probally better at Danville this week. They are boosting and FOR SALE. Some nice sows and 60-working '.oyally for a great fair and pigs. Jos. Ballou, Stanford. unless all signs fail, it is a sure thing. FOR SALE. White clover comb great Stanford Fair. (Ads here are 1 cent a word each issue, cash with order; ne ad less than 25c each issue.) ABLE CLOTHES you need we would like to show you what we have. 1. The Lincoln TrustC o. OF STANFORD, KY. Candidate Hughes will open the republican campaign in Kentucky at Lexington Sept." 4th. National Committeeman A. T. Hert must be some cheese with the fellows on the main line and landing Hughe? in this state as an opener is sonic feather in his cap. What's the use though? Kentucky is safe for Woodrow Wilson. honey. H. J. McKoberts. 59-- 2t oberts & -- POSTED. John Meier, Highland; Joe Busse, Waynesburg; M. D. Elmore, Stanford. 'ji Knff. .nn n'.'..'Jui ? HONEY Extracted white clover honey for sale at 10 cents a pound. CARS washed, polished and greas- Write or phone 7 Y J. M. Ware, ed, $1.00. Stanford Seryice Station, 58 ip. Stanford R. F. D. No. 1. 60-- 1 Somerset street. 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, ' 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 thor oughjy reliable. They know we do not ask more than fair profit on ouf 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. The Lincoln Pharmacy, Stanford, Ky. FOR SALE One mare 7 years Have you danSHAMPOOING. Does your scalp itch? If old; one Jersey milk cow; some hogs. druff? MORELAND. so call on Minnie B. Harris, Scalp Call on Mrs. H. H. Jones, 2 miles 60-- 1 Without any doubt the pie and Specialist, Stanford, Ky. 59 2p. west of Highland. ice cream supper that was held at FOR RENT House and six acres the public and graded school buildMT. ZION ing last Friday evening was one of of ground for the year of 1917. 'Vic60 lp. Several from here attended the the greatest successes ever realized tor Ballou. Children's Day at Union last Sunday. at this place. The house was crowdFOR SALE First class ticket to The heavy rains are very bad on ed and in spite of the excessive heat jrood order and a good sociable time Knoxville, Tenn. Address X. Y. Z. the people who are saving hay. pies were in care of Interior Journal Office. The lightning struck and killed a was enjoyed. Twenty-on- e good mare for Mr. Tom Murcl. auctioned off by the professor and Murrell, of Homer, 111., a liberal sum was realized. New FOR RENT. House of four rooms is Mrs. Henryher daughter, Mrs. Jas. here with shades for the windows and a new coat of paint for the black boards on East Main street. Apply to John Lamb. 56-- tf Mrs. Willie Murrell is here from have already been bought. Uther S. Baughman, Stafford. Illinois with her parents, Mr. and improvements mil be made. The faculty desires to express their FOR SALE 100 barrels of corn. Mrs. Ben Lamb. Miss Jashie Osburn is getting along thanks to all who helped to make Phone Hustonville Exchange No. 84 The nicely with her school and there is the entertainment a success. t. M. L. Marcum. a large attendance. school is progressing splendidly with Z. Mrs. Jennie Kidd and children, a large attendance. SALE FOR Southdown rams. Cleo and Hazel, of Illinois are visiMiss Laura Johnson, of Science Ky. ting her mother, Mrs. Julia Smith. Hill, who has been the primary Miss Mattie H. Hewes, Stanford, 59-3 Mrs. Ida Thompson continues very in the Kings Mountain school R. D. 5, Box 61. teacher poorly. for a number of years, stopped over A FEW choice Southdown yearMrs. Myrtle Harness who has been here on her way home from Liberty Inling bucks for sale. Richard Cobb, a victim of typhoid fever is improvwhere she had been attending the stitute and gave our school a very Jr.jv Danville, Ky. 59 4p. ing. pleasant call. The school is always Mrs. Celia Smith was the guest of glad to welcome visitors because NOTICE Fishing will no longer her sister, Mrs. Em Rogers last Suntheir presence gives us encourage- be permitted in Barrow's pond and day. ment. Miss Johnson will teach at those caught doing so will be proseMr.W. R. Adams, of Salem, Ind., Science Hill this year. cuted to the extent of the law. W. S. is growing gradually weaker every Mr. Sam Bishop, Sr., sold to Eads Embrv Stanford. day and his wife has been sent to 59-- 2 & Yowell, this week 28 porkers that the asylum where she has been proaveraged 167 pounds, at 8 4 cents. LOST Seal ring ;n front of the nounced insane with grief. Theo. Jones sold to the same parties courthouse, Sunday night. J. L. Simpson and sons, Oscar and Reward Bryon are working on the rail road 30 head, averaging 168 pounds, at for return to C. E. Tate, Stanford. near Cincinnati. same price. The following composed a motor Mr. George Benge is also working party to Elixir Springs last Sunday. on the rail road. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Moser, Mr. and Mr. George Hensley is at home aft WANTED A man with two or Mrs. M. L. Marcum, Mr. and Mrs. three sons to work farm on shares. a visit to relatives in Harlam county. Mr. Roy Todd is here from Ind., J. T. Moser and children, Mr. and Also a man to feed stock. They Mrs. J. J. Moser, Miss Minnie Mar- must all be workers and willing to spending a pleasant visit with his cum and Miss Mattie McClary, and do. Paul Finch, Crab Orchard, Ky. homefolks. He has many warm Mr. C. H. Moser, of Stanford. R. D. No. 2. 60 2t. friends here as he was reared in "Old Sheriff and Mrs. Tom Ballard and Kentucky. Miss Anna Bell Ballard, of LancasMrs. Etta Delany is here from ESTRAY steer came to my place ter, visited Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Helm, about three weeks ago. Owner can Louisville visiting friends and relaJr.. this week. tives Miss Rose Brown, of Liberty, has get same by identifying, paying for The mule that was killed at Mr. been an attractive visitor in our keeping and this advertisement. W. Jim Johnson's on the 17th belonged "burg." to Mr. Anderson, at Stanford. p M. Stout, R. F. D. 1, Stanford. Mrs. Frank Hanson and children, Mrs. Julia Smith, Mr. Frank Smith of Hansonville, Va., are visiting Mr. and family and Mrs. Jennie Kidd, FURNITURE, Mattings, Druggets, W. D. Hanson, at the "Virginian." Rugs, Wall the guests of Mrs. Bell Adams Paper, Lace Curtains, were Sunday. Mrs. Riffe and children, of Louislast ville, are visiting-- Dr. and Mrs. M. Window Shades, Truaks, Suit Cases, Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Adams were Lee Pipes. Pictures and Mouldings. W. A. Trib-bl- the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Rice Mr. and Mrs. Bert Myers and Benge last Sunday. Stanford. 42tf 59-23-- Just eaicmes ror Summer 9 O T7 This warm weather we all hope to avoid illness, but accidents will happen. See that home, traveling bag, trunk or vacation kit is stocked with Quality Medicines And Emergency Needs. We suggest Liniment, Peroxide, Cotton, Bandages and Application for Mosquito Bites and Poison Ivy. The Penny Drug Store E. R. COLEMAN, Proprietor Phone No. 2. Stanford, Ky. 592 News of the Churches The C. W. B. M. will meet in the home of Mrs. W. B. O'Bannon, Wed- able everywhere. 59-4- WELL'S STORE People are very busy sowing bucknesday morning at 9:30. wheat. There will be no preaching at the Hobert Singleton seemed to be Christian church Sunday, Aug. 6th. enjoying himself to the highest last Preaching the following Sunday. Sunday swinging his parasole way ser- 'round to the right instead of holdPresbyterian church mid-wevice on Wednesday evening at 7:30 ing it over the fair damsel by his "Paul as a Team Worker." side. The stork has been kept on the go For a Sprained Ankle. here lately filling the numerous orIf you will get a bottle of Cham- ders in this community. berlain's Liniment and observe the Singing will commence at Singledirections given therewith faithfully, ton's School House Saturday week. you will recover in much less time Rev. George Thompson will promote than is usually required. Obtain the vocal entertainments. J ek e, You Can Buy Oxfords and Pumps at Greatly Reeuc- ed Prices Now, and you will need a Pair for sweet little daughter, Dorothy, left Sunday for a several week's visit to Mr. and Mrs. W. VanHook and other relatives at Lindon, Ind. Mrs. Sallie Hawkins, after a pleasant four week's visit with Mrs. Sam Bishop, Sr., has returned to her the Fair W. E. PERKINS, Crab Orchard, Kentucky r 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. V Stanford, Kentucky. HARMONY A first class grocery Rev. W. M. Hutchins, of this place store and meat market combined, good business, good location and a on last Saturday the 22nd, of this way to fill an clean stock, owner wishes to enter month, while on his Liberty Baptist appointment at the other business. Box 76, Somerset, church which is about two miles west Ky. 59-- 6 , home at Corbin. of Bee Lick, in Pulaski county was being acMrs. Noak Bishop was the weekFOR SALE. My high class tour- driving down Dunaday Hill Hutching companied by Prof. J. B. end guest of her father, Mr. ing ,car; has been run 9,000 miles; near Highland. is in perfect condition. This car little 10 year old girl, Elsie Hutchins Mr. and Mrs. Joe McAllister and eliminates all troubles but tire wear, and when about a hundred yards daughter. Miss May Addie McAllis on the surprise from the base the backing strap gave The urice ter, of Lexington. Mrs. Fitzpatrick, you, if road. want a car will will al way and the horse became frightenyou that of Lebanon Junction, Mrs. Saunders ways come back. Chas. Wheeler, ed and started to kicking, the buggy lodging against a telephone post. of Peoria, 111.. Mr. and Mrs. Andy Hustonville, Ky. 59-- 8 Gooch, of Saufley. Mrs. W. G. MontThe preacher was thrown out, his striking the ground, gomery, of Campbellsville, and Miss WANTED Cattle to graze or right shoulder considerably shaking bruising sand are the buy. Ellis, of Danville, Ethel Pure bred yearling Jersey him up but not otherwise hurting tileasant guests of Hon. and Mrs. B. bulls and Duroc Spring pigs for sale. him. At the time the vehicle came B. King. Mr. and Mrs. Emmons McClure Two farms for rent for 1917, con in contact with the pole the alarmed were in Cincinnati last week buying taining 300 and 240 acres each; animal began to run, turning over Hutchins furniture. They have rented the good improvements and productive. the buggy. Little Miss overturned was caught beneath the Noel property on Oak street and will take nossession in a few weeks. Will need a good man with small buggy but made a lucky escape with Mr. and Mrs. Charles Coffey, of family to run my home place. Quan-it- y several bruises and other slight injuries. Mr. Hutchins phoned to Mr. Danville, were here on business last of corn for sale. F. Reid, Stan- John Wilson, who met the unlucky Saturdav. 59 4f. party with another buggy, and the Miss Elirabeth Webb, of Perry-vill- ford, Ky. pastor bravely continued his journey has been the attractive guest FOR SALE privately, the S. E and filled his appointment. several of Miss Minnelle Pruitt for Boney Adams is on the sick list Owsley farm of 220 acres; large davs. colonial brick residence, cel this week everyone went out It seems that Earnest Colson killed a large ratfor a good time Sunday as 109 tick- lar, cistern, two barns, smoke house, ets wpre sold that morning to Cin- tenant house, and other buildings; tle snake the other day. Bryant Ballard and wife were the situated in heart of the Blue Grass cinnati. Mr5. Sam Bishop, Sr.. deliehtfully section; rich limestone soil in excel- mests of Mr. Arthur McQueries and entertained at her country home last lent state of cultivation; in Lincoln family the other day. Wilson and W. D. D. Collett, J. S. Thursday. Delicious eats and good county, near towns of Danville. Landay. caster and Stanford, where there are C. Hoskins were over at Lancaster music were the order of the Those present were Mrs. Crit Riffe, excellent churches and schools. Will county court. TTnc'e H've Hienight has come Miss Bessie Riffe, Mr. Horace Riffe, be sold at a bargain. For particulars Mrs. Bradley, Mrs. Wm. Riffe and address Mrs. W. R. Rice, Southern back from Barhourville and is stop57-- tf ping at the home of J. C. Wilson. Hotel. Jackson, Tenn. several others. FOR SALE. Fitz-patric- k, e. July Shoe Offerings KftHka B TBftt. 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 Pump? in Every Leather, in Every Last and Every Toe Shape at a Reduction. Don't miss this chance to save on fine footwear. ROBINSON'S $ The Interior Journal, Stanford, t Kentucky: Tuesday, August 1, 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 " AUGUST 2nd, 3r The first M ational Bank Of Stanford, Ky., Monticello, Ky. Miss Marion Grimes is the guest of her cousins, Misses Mary Lee and Elizabeth Givens at Hubble. Mrs. Keene Lutes, of Danville is Mrs. the guest of her mother-in-law, jL JL JL M, SllCwjSI J3h 1 of. mTfiror VjIRiV J. BEECHER ADAMS, Seeretary lira A. G. Eastland, of Louisville, is here this week working insurance. Mr. and Mrs. Miller Hill and son, are visiting Mrs. Hill's sisters, at Lutes of here. Capital, $50,000.00 Surplus and Profits, $3 1 , This Bank and its Predecessor Make it one of the I De Borde. Rev. Gardner and wife, of Millers-bur- g are with Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Lovell. was here Tuesday with his brother. Hence Overstreet, who is quite ill. Misses "Verna and Mary Lear, of Lancasfer, were guests of Miss Allic Russell Fish for several days. Misses Anna and Mae Warren, who have been vrsltlng friends in ed home yesterday. Mrs. C. B. Owens and son, Cabel, have returned to their home at Som- Mrs. B. G. Fox, of Danville, was the week end guest of Mrs. George Jesse Overstreet, of Parksville, Lexington and Winchester return erset after a pleasant visit with relatives at McKinney. Mrs. Chas. Wren and son, of Louisville, who have been the guests of her sister, Mrs. Miller Hill have returned to their home. Miss Lillian Cochran, of Lancaster Combines Absolute Safety with Satisfactoand her guest, Miss May Akers, of Louisville, have been guests of Mrs. ry Service', and Invites New Accounts upon W. S. Fish and family here. Mrs. Marv Owens and granddaughits Merits for its Strength and Superior Facil ter, Miss Margaret Owens, of Somerset have returned home, after ities. spending a few days in Stanford and McKinney visiting relatives. Deputy Internal Revenue Collect- 82 IN THE SHADE or W. S. Fish entertained at 6 o'clock W. J. C. Mrs. Old Crab Orchard and Personal and Social week atJ.ElixirMcClary is spending a dinner Saturday in honor ofwas his AtFrom Far and Near Enjoy Many Cantrell, of Princeton, who Springs. It. Thomas H. Shanks is visiting his guest. C. McClary went to Brodhead J. Wednesday, August 2 The alum- sister, Mrs. Kirby Bourve, at New Sunday morning, where he had a Crab Orchard Springs, Aug. 1. A ni of the Stanford High School are Castle, this week. on the program of, known newspaper men, 7 o.clock on the J. C. Wilkinson returned Sunday prominent part school meetiner held group of well Clarence E. Woods, oi requested to meet at composed of the big bunday Court House steps. Business of im- from a protracted visit to relatives that day. the Eustis, Fla., News; Shelton M. Commit- in Casey and Adair county. portance to be discussed. Rev. and Mrs. D. M. Walker left Saufley,, of the Stanford Interior Mrs. J. K. Vanarsdale, of Louistee. this week for Vanceburg, where Journal; W. O. Mclntyre of the Dan ville, is here the guest of her brother, they will spend about a week on a ville Advocate; Will C. Woods, forMrs. Thomas Shanks and Mrs. J. Bowen Gover and other relatives. campaign expedition on the Ohio merly of the Anderson News; Lewis Rice Fox, of St. Louis, is here on a H. Shanks are in Lebanon, the guests Danville Messenger, river with Mrs. Walker's parents. visit to his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. Hon. and Mrs. Samuel J. Pugh and Landrum, of the Marks, Georgetown of Mrs. R. H. Putnam. and 'Joseph E. Fox. Claiborne C. Walton is at home C. Mrs. H. C. Rupley has returned family. correspondent of several papers, Catlettsburg with his parents, from Mr. and Mrs. W.' T. Stephenson, gathered a few days ago with their from a visit to Mrs. R. R. Hourigan, of Lebanon Junction, have been families, under the hills of this old Mr. and Mrs. E. C. TTalton. in Marion county. Miss Mary Greer has returned Ed Davis spent Sunday with his spending several days with his par- resort, remarking upon the fact that from a visit to the family of her wife and children who are visiting ents. Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Stephenson while their brother pencilpushers at Maywood. Mrs. Stephenson. who were sweltering home they were enuncle, John Newland, in Madison. at Parksville. reweeks, the breezes here, with 82 deof but Mr. and Mrs. T. D. Chestnut, of is a bride most a few welcome isinto joying as grees cordial the highest point registered morning train here ceiving a Danville, took a by the thermometer. . $100 Reward, $100 this esteemed family. Sunday for Middlesboro, where they The older and more sedate people A youthful romance which has inTThe readers of tfcls rarer will be pleased H go on a visit. one dreaded dlseas learn that there is at least terested social circles in Frankfort of this and other States are finding Mr. and Mrs. George Forth and that science has been able to cure In all its stapes, and that is Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure daughter, stopped over for a visit a and Lexington for the past year cul- as much pleasure here as the youngmedminated in Corydon, Ind., Saturday er ones, and when not discussing, Js the only positive cure dow known to the ical fraternity. Catarrh belnp a constitution.il few days while on their way from afternoon when Miss Rose Williams, Wilson's chances or the congressdisease, requires a, constitutional treatment, Somerset to Detroit, Michigan. entertainnail's Catarrh Cure is taken internally, actinj: Miss Anna Greer went to Perry- - daughter of Judge Ben G. Williams, ional campaign, are being Mrs. A. J. directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of of Frankfort, was married to Mr. ed thru the cleverness of the system, thereby destroying the foundation ville Monday to visit her brother, F. Richard C. Stoll, Jr.. voungest son of Montjoy. The "Stunt Fest" Wedof the disease, and jrfving the patient strength J. Greer, chief of police of that little by building up the constitution and assisting naMr. and Mrs. J. Will Stoll, of Lex- nesday evening was a unique and enture in doing its work. The proprietors have city. joyable entertainment, and was atgo much faith in Its curative powers that tbey Mrs. Kittie Hopper left early in ington. Among those who were at Crab tended by about 200 guests. offer One Hundred Dollars for any case that It the week to visit her son. W. 0. Hop- Orchard Friday night were; Mr. and fails to cure. Send for list of testimonials. There is per, and wife at Mt. Sterling and Mrs. C. A. Carter, Misses Mary E. here than no more interesting guest Address F. J. CHENEY &. CO., Toledo, 0. the genial John Vimout, see her new grandson, their baby, McKinnev, Lyle Cooper, Elizabeth who managed the hotel here many Sold by all Druggists, 75c. who is just a few weeks old. Take Hall's Family Fills for constipation Hunn, Elizabeth Holtzclaw. Lucille years ago, when the place was ownCooper and Margaret Shanks: Mes- ed by one of Kentucky's great statessrs. Joe Hill. Strother Carter. S. men, Isaac M. Shelby. He has since Y. Carson, William Carson, Stith been "behind the register" in almost Noe, Tilden Cooper, Mckee Riffe, all of the larger towns in Kentucky ReJohn Menefee, Hartwell Shanks, Hu- and Tennessee and for eight years under bert Carpenter, Harvey Wilkinson, acted as Clifford Willis and Paul Saunders, S. J. Roberts. Leonard Edelen, formerly of Leband Mesdames Susan Yeager, John anon, the veteran drummer of KenShanks and George MenefeeMr. Paul Saunders, of CamDbells-vill- e tucky, who is 77 years "young," is is the guest of friends and rela- going the best here "one better." He is called' "Sunny tives here. Jim" and is living up to his repuA dispatch from Princeton says: tation. ALSO LAWN MOWERS AND GARA live spider after spending thirty Howard Scobee, of Lexington, and DEN TOOLS. hours in Mrs. Bertha Ervine's ear, Walter Allen, of Chattanooga, Tenn., "Friday was taken out by a physician. are the Isaac Waltons, of the springs. Recent winners of prizes do"at'l The spider crawled into the woman's ear while she was sleeping. It bit by Mrs. Montjoy, are: Miss Mollie her a number of times while a cap- Fife, Richmond; Mrs. Albert Sevtive, and for a time her condition was erance, Stanford; Mrs. U. C. Shipp, Lexington; W. J. Earl, of Harrods-burg;serious. E. Moore, Jr., of Hazard; Miss Mamie Woods, Jr.. of Lexington; T. D. Marcum, of Catlettsburg; Mrs. C. U. Blackman, of Louisville; Miss Margaret Allen, of Millersburg. Recent registrations include: A. E. Palmer, F. D. Carr, Orlando, Fla,; Mrs. Conrad H. Syme. Washington; Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Clay, Coeburn, Va.; Mr. and Mrs. Walter Allen and sons, Chattanooga, Tenn.; Mrs. C. Gartlan, Pittsburg; W. W. Ellis, Wilson, N. C; P. T. Worthington, Knoxville. Tenn.; A. M. Allen Chat- Two-Day- s Trip anooga, Tenn.; Miss Cliffe $9.85 For An All-Expen- Very Oldest Banks South Of The Ohio River It Tenn.; C. E. Wood, Eustis, Fla.; TTT Mrs. Charles H. Blackman and her I 'daughter; Will May; J. A. Mudd, W. i' sJL bLU. V 4Ao. uIL ' A. Hunter, Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Wil- - ii?al&K U i : so Study muMc in tlio atmosphere of cnlturc F4 n k osekrn W. E. Bradshaw, W. H. j ,TrCra-- r' nnl a liloal vjrrojndirurs. Lcinjon.i Advice of Mother no Doubt Pre- Crouch, Mrs. Kirby Rose, Mrs. F. W. Ky.. is tho seat of culture, the university Lyons, Miss Lyons, Mr. and Mrs. J. j rltv-t- ho citv of Ideal environs that are tests Daughter's Untimely hi&. J. Moore, H. E. French, Miss Lydell, -- n inrontive to thehiche-.- idealism. So all of Louisville; V. M. Logan, Iew bltnated. the LInjrton Collepe of 3Insic with its faculty of York; B. B. Eeattie, St. Joseph, Mo.; distinguished instructors in voice, piano, violin and other Saul C. King, Birmingham, Ala.; W. strlnff instruments. bra.s instruments, theory, harmony.' -j school music, Ready, Ky. " I was not able to dc H. Crouch, Sam S. English, J. Rusteacher's training, fi r5r, fc' iKS85?) . composition,and palntinjr. affordspublic advantages to urtlia rare matic art anything for searly six months," writer sell Gaines, H. H. Cocken, Louisville; Mrs. Laura Bralch'er, cithis place, "and C. E. Woods, Eustis, Fla.; Miss Mammusic student. Dfrees conferred. Positions guaranteed.1 ?Jw..vtiSV.csift3;i ttSJfcJir- - TVi ais and board reasonable. Summer term begins June. K.' ie Miller Woods, Gen. S. Price, Wila as down in bed for three months. BSSrWyS-?Write for catUocae. I cannot tell you how I suffered with liam N. Bronston, S. R. Richardson, evlnernn Palter r? WTf X&s Aa Cinder Csfr. llrKiat with" nervousness and Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Chasteen, F. R. H' head, and ESEfi&S&CE Diamond, Mrs. E. Bitterman, Miss tvomanly troubles. Mrs. D. V. Mr. Oar family doctor told my husband he Esther Vaughn,Brown,and B. Wallace, J. r.ot do me any good, and he had Terrell, W. M. 'culd Mr. and Mrs. We tried it j givedid up. help me. another doctor, J. J. McGurk, and Mrs. HoirdJames Sco-beMcCarty, Mr. not he all of Lexington. ' At last, my mother advised" me to take 'ardui, the woman's tonic. 1 thought D. A. R. ENTERTAINED. t was no use for I was nearly dead icthing seemed to do me any good. But The D. A. R.'s were delightfully took eleven bottles, and now I am able entertained at their July meeting on o do all of my work and my own Friday afternoon by Miss Sue Rout, .vashing. in her usual pleasing manner. The I think Cardui is the best medicine in business meeting was opened with tlie world. My weight has increased, prayer and a very interesting prou;d I look the picture of health. " gram was heard. Miss Malinda MilIf you suffer front any of the ailments ler read a snlendid paper on "The peculiar to women, get a bonis of Cardui Birth of Our Flag." Mrs. R. C. today. Delay is dangerous! We know Hocker read a poem: "Your Flag it will help you, for it his helped so and My Flag." Miss Mary Burch many thousands oi other jweak women gave a very interesting report o' Ycu can avoid tho expense, deiap and dirt of removing the old rocf, in the past 50 years. Miss Willie In- - 1 Continental Congress. and the inside cf your house is not exposed during the Hocker, of Pino Bluff, Ark., gave ar. At all druggists. and permanent. expensive, sfona-proinstructive talk on "What the D. A Write to: Chattancoea Medicina Co., Ladies' R.'s" Are Doing in Adkansas." DeliFcrSdlcby 6 Advisory Dect.. Chattanooea. Tenn., for Sticial book, "Home cious refreshments were served at Instructioni on your case and Treatment (or Women." a dain wraoDer. N.C ISO the Princess and the meeting closed SAVES BA06HTER t , ? SdfJ:fu"55&-iFalltermScptomx'rl- l. e, '. a:-.- d of e until September. WILL STONE, Stanford, Ky. H. B. Jr., were guests of Miss Sarah with Misses Laura and Hassie Mir Miss Florence Burk and mother Howard's, his daughter, last Sunday. acle. Mrs. E. L. Miracle is enjoying Mrs. E. L. Miracle was the guest visited Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Miracle health exceedingly at this writing. of Mrs. Garland Singleton Tuesday. Thursday. Mr. Jim Robbins wife and Miss Florence Burjc visited her School began at Mason's Gap Mon- little son, visited Mr. and L. E. Miracle pretty chum girls. Misses Cordie and day, July 17th. Miss Sarah Howard Sunday. Hassie Miracle, Tuesday. from Crab Orchard is the teacher. Two mighty good looking boys, The school Supervisor, Mr. ReyThe district is mighty well pleased River section, here Wedthe N with Miss Howard's teaching, for she of the Green and business boys cal- nolds visitedreportsschool school to farmers nesday and the be has formed a friendship with both led on Mr. E. L. Miracle's pretty in first class condition. pupils and parents. Miss Howard is daughters, Misses Cordie and Hassie, Miss Florence Burk and Miss Pearl boarding at the home of Mr. E. L. and also formed a great friendship Hooker and Mr. Frank Vanhook atMiracle. tended the singing at Jumbo Sunday-M- r. Miss Pearl Hooker visited Miss with Jliss Howard. Berry picking is getting at its and Mrs. Barney Davis and Cordie Miracle the first of the week. little son were the welcome guests Holtzclaw, of Stanford, best this week here. Miss Ruth The handsome and charming young of Mrs. H. C. Hurst Sunday. visited Miss Sara Howard last WedQuite a number from here attendDr. Charls Paxton, of Ludlow callnesday. ed church at Fair View Sunday. ac-tMiss Lunette Hurst was visiting ed on Miss Sarah Howard, our Miss Fronie Robbins spent Friearly part of the week. Miss the Misses Laura and Hassie MiraHoward met Dr.Paxton in Ludslow, day night at Miss Bess Green's, at cle Sunday. around here are a year ago while visiting her E. K. Neal's Creek. The farmers county road and are get- S. N. S. room-mat- e who lived in Cinworking the ting it and pretty good condition cinnati. Mrs. Jim Holtzclaw and pretty which we are very glad of. Mr. Abe Hoskins, of Green River daughter have returned home from a was the pleasant caller of E. L. visit to Mrs. Stewart here. Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Miracle spent 133vBEHlSbdPy3?fliv7 1 Miracle's Sunday. 8 i aH kCl Mr. Claud Gerkey, of the Green the day in Stanford Tuesday and Mr. River section is calling on a mighty Miracle took a flying trip over to Lancaster and Preachersville. pretty girl of E. L. Miracle's. AT YC'JS ORUGGIST. Miss Susie Gerkey spent Sunday Mr. H. B. Howard and little son, up-to-da- MASON'S GAP te -- he gEQYFORMEN QUIT BUYING COMMOM COAL Use "DIXIE GEM," the Coal Without a Fault, and has More Good Qualities than can be Found in any Other One Coal. We Will Save You Money on frigerators, Ice Cream Freezers, Coolers, Etc. store-keeper-gaug- er - yarn-spinne- rs GEORGE H. FARRIS. T. 0- Gem Dealer lfcyul Every DixieDixie Gem CoalIstoauthorized by as to IiLSJB guarantee give satisfaction, or 'MBkjB C'flvPA lo ake bacIc tne coa' and refund your money kflcRv MAMMOTH GATE se We are Exclusive Agents for "DIXIE GEM," and sell it on a Guarantee to give Complete Satisfaction Dilling-ham.Lexingto- n, From btantord August lath. .Round-tri- p Railroad fare $4.35. Board at hotel in- duding lhe routes in the Qve for $550 tickets are on sale for morning trains at all stations. See L. & N. agent. Mo.; C. E. Ellis, Okla.; Mrs. Robert C. Saufley and children Phoenix, Ariz.; Miss Sara L. Bovitz, Robert Walters, Chicago: Miss Sara Dnnlap, Kansas Citv Mo.; G. N. McCully, Kndxville, Bo-ch- it, D. V. Kennedy & Co., Stanford, Ky. Phone 134. The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky: Tue3day, August wi. 1 , 1916 HOGS TO EXPERIMENT ON Ht. Shipped by T. W. Jones to Purdue University in Indiana. T. W. Jones, proprietor of the Stanford Stocy Yards, is not only shipping butcher stock and hogs to the Cincinnati and Louisville markets, but last week was called upon to furnish a couple of loads of hogs to be used for experimental purposes in Indiana. He shipped a load of stock, shoats to Purdue University at Lafayette Indiana, and another load to the Indiana Serum Company at the same place. The price re- Zf r01!0l 11 linf TVirwlrt iiii!-v- . understood to have been slightly in excess of the market price for young i porKers, as tnese were selected anu went ior a special purpose. The University experiment station bought 150 head of shoats that averaged 90 pounds, while the other buyer secured 1G0 head that averaged 100 pounds. It is understood that they will be used for special experiments in serum manufacture, and to test the effect of different diseases to which hogs are susceptible. OCT W&"''"1 lJtT". r v: "fc .to-- . ii t irAJJ ' iii H !! 111 111 I !! I f I For Infants and Children. firtfOSj tSttro- l&sT egus ttrcV L'yj 1..1-- tra : VA"B sss hSau .SfcT 2-- Xur2 IMC " u ili A:eS!r-',p''- n Promotes DfesSanffew!"?"- 1 'jjiUL, rr f. - The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signature of B ness ar.d fest.Ccntains nsktwr Op'imi.MorpIiuie norMiacraL iA i ALT stf In OTjNAR CQTIC, flsp&jf See- d- i VIT HAS BEEN PAID TO THE PRESENT CONGRESSMAN FROM THE EIGHTH DISTRICT, IN Farm and Stock News SALARIES AND OTHER PERQUISITES OF OFFICE DURING THE TEN OR SO YEARS HE Paul Finch, of Drakes Creek Stock Farm, in the East End, sold to the HAS HELD THE JOB. East Arkansas Demonstrating Farm, -- STo ! IfimSitd-CtcnfcU GfWO What Has He Given You In Return For It? Don't you think you've paid him about as much as one officeholder deserves? Don't you think he's had the office about as long as one man should? You haven't given him a deed to it or a mortgage on it, you know; yet he appears to think you have, and that it's a serious offense for any one to oppose him. t You have made him a RICH MAN with that $100,000 of your money. Does he want you to make him a MILLIONAIRE before he lets go? Why not give a poor man with a family, a chance NOW? f Let's send a man to Congress from the Old 8th who looks at big public questions as does Woodrow Wilson, and who will never desert the President and the other Democratic Congressmen from Kentucky and vote alongside of John Langley and CALEB POWERS, the two Republicans from Kentucky. on that argument. He says not Helm claims to be a friend of Wilson and is trying to be to "swap" horses in the middle of the stream. But you farmers know it's a splendid idea to swap a balky horse whenever you get a chance and now's your chance, Mr. Democratic Voter to trade off the Congressman who balked when Woodrow Wilson asked him to vote for the Panama Canal Toll bill and then had the effrontery to cast the vote of the Eighth Congressional District, along with the vote of Caleb Powers. Here's how the Kentucky Congressmen voted on the bill the President wanted; who showed themCf re-elect- ed Duroc sow for $200. Wm. Campbell, of Midway, sold 300 sheep to parties in Roan county, Tenn., to be delivered in August, at $7, and bought one car load of 135 sheep in Maggs county, Tenn., at $7. H. S. Caywood, of Bourbon, bought five-year-o- a ld C9A!-- W fa! 30 -or- &1 'fesr AperfectRemacly for Consfi: fessss FESg 4 Worns.ComnIsious.FCTCTisIr tion , Sour Stcraach.Diarrtwn Use For Over ncssandLoss of Sleep. of TacSinnte 'signature Tue Cextaur Compass; NEW YUKtv. head of export cattle from M. Hume Payne, of near Stony Point, Saturday, at $9 per hundred pounds. The cattle averaged 1,114 pounds 75 e SXf, W Thirty Years "KTt Guaranteed under the Koooj .jtnH each. John M. Cress, who is making a specialty of the black Aberdeen-Angu- s cattle at his farm near Preach-ersvillsold his last bull calves the past week. He sold a grade calf to A. T. Nunnelley for $65 and a thoro-brefour months old to Dr. J. G. Carpenter for $100. Dr. C. M. Thompson, mayor of King's Mountain, who was in town last week, says that he is preparing some ground to put in an acre or so of alfalfa next season. Dr. Thompson has had unusual success raising buckwheat in his section and believes that he can do equally as well with alfalfa. e, d, .TMBiataiii CAST0R1A THC CINTAUR COMPANY Exact Copy of Wrapper. NSWYSKKCITT Reed motored to Lexington Sunday. Mrs. B. P. Martin and Miss Myrtle Southerland have been the recent guests of Mrs. Sam Cordier, at Lebanon Junction. J. W. Price and Albert Dyehouse. of Lancaster were here Wednesday. Oliver Singleton, of Waynesburg was the guest of Miss Myrtle South- Percheron For Sale ! We, the Eubank Draft Horse Co., will sell at public outcrv for the hish dollar one Percheron sramon at .cuDanK on Tuesday, August 1st, 1916 -- eight-year-o- ld selves his friends? : t FOR THE PRESIDENT: .'. Democrat Barkley Democrat Cantrill Democrat Fields Democrat Johnson :. Democrat Rouse Sherley Democrat Stanley Democrat Democrat Thomas (See Congressional Record, Pages G0SS-S- 9 AGAINST THE PRESIDENT Helm emocrat owers Repufel ican Eepubl ican A S ? for verification of the abovevote, which Mr. Helm does not and cannot truthfully deny.) Just look at that, you stalwart old "yellow-dog- " Democrat! How does that set with you? It wasn't Helm's vote (not by a jugful; though he seems to think it his own individual property), no sir, you sent him to Washington to represent you; to vote your sentiments; to carry out your wishes. Did he do it? If you had been there would you have voted along with Caleb Powers or would you have voted for what Woodrow Wilson and every other Democratic Congressman from Kentucky thought best? tj So the question is: Do you want a man in Congress to represent you who looks at these big public questions, and votes on them, as Woodrow Wilson or as Caleb Powers? Helm has shown where he stands. If you agree with him, you ought to vote for him Saturday August 5th. If you are for Woodrow Wilson all the time and against Caleb Powers and everyone who opposes Wilson you ought to cast your vote on August 5th, like this: FOR CONGRESS Chas. F. Montgomery . . x and then you will have the satisfaction of knowing that a man will represent you in Congress who will stand by Woodrow Wilson all the time. 1$ Think this over carefully, Mr. Democrat, before you go to the polls. The Congressional Record shows that Helm deserted the President exactly as stated above. Why give him a chance to so flagrantly misrepresent the magnificent and loyal Democracy of the Eighth District again? SWEET TODDY BRINGS $350. Sam J. Embry, who was in Mercer county last week, in connection with his great road mare, Sweet Toddy, his great road mart Sweet Toddv while at Harrodsburg to S. M. Bur-detof Marion county. Mr. Embrv received $350 for the mare, and those PUBLIC SALE who know her qualities say that she is well worth the money "as she is one of the fastest green trotters Having sold my farm, I will sell seen around these parts in some at public auction at the place, time. Mr. Embry drove the mai-of mile North of Mt. Moriah home but will deliver her to her new Church, on owner this week. FRIDAY, AUG. 4, 1916, . Commencing promptly at 10 o'clock, THE MARKETS the following stock: Hogs Receipts 3,700; steady; One work mare, 2 years old, 1 packers and butchers $9.85 9.95: colt, will work anywhere, 2 sows and common to choice $7(5)8.90; pigs and pigs, 1 excellent Jersey cow, 2 vears lights $6.509.59; stags $6(fi)7.50; old, 1 cow, will be fresh in cattle, receipts 1,300; slow; steers November, 1 heifer, seven months old, 2 sets buggy harness, 2 sets $5.50(5)9; heifers $5.50 (a) S; cows calves, steady $5 12.25; waeron harness. 1 hiifkhnnr1 1 rnvn shee receipts 1,800; steady 82.50(a) drill, 1 spring tooth harrow, 1 ex7; lambs strong, $ 11.50. Septem- cellent Vulcan turning plow, 1 doubber wheat closed at Chicago at $1.21 le shovel rlow. 1 Imperial steel range, HOUSEHOLD AND KITCHand December at $1.24 EN FURNITURE, two heating stoves and 4 barrels of pure apple vinegar ROWLAND and other things too numerous to Mrs. George Martin, of Lebanon mention. This sale will take place Junction, and Mr. and Mrs. R. C. rain or shine. Terms made known on dav of sale. Martin, of Danville have been the F. J. HAZLETT. recent guests of their mother, Mrs. Milford Hall. Albert Camden has returned from PUBLIC SALE a visit to P. L. Camden, at Indiana-noliaI will sell at public auction at my and Mrs. John Grigsby, at place near the Dripping Springs, 2 Louisville. 2 miles north of Crab Orchard on Miss Marcia Smith is the guest of her sister, Mrs. W. K. Stevens, at WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 9, 1916 Louisville. at 10 o'clock, a. m., the following Miss Roxie Jennings has returned livestock: from Indiana where she visited Miss Six head horse stock; 2 mares, one Edyth Martin, at Fort Wayne. a brood mare with colt at side by (Mrs. P. L. Camden, at Indianapo-sl- i Old Don, the other a nice and Mrs. M. O. Bastin, of Bedford mare; a yearling horse mule; 2 yearand Mrs. Charlie McGrue, of Cleve- ling fillies, one by Rex Peavine. land, 0., and her mother, Mrs. Geo. Six young milk cows; 3 fat cows; Haley, of Louisville have been the a heffer; 4 yearling heirecent guests of Mrs. Jane Hipton. fers; 2 yearling steers; 4 nice young Mrs. Alfred Coulter and Miss Alma Land, of Danville were the guests calves. Will also sell 30 nice shoats averaging about 90 pounds, if not of Mrs. G. W. Goodrich Monday. sold privately beforehand, also a few Mr. and Mrs. Will Perkins and Mr. and Mrs. F. P. Hays made a recent ewes. Will also sell a few farming immotoring trip to Frankfort. plements and a good two-horwagMrs. Bernard Hagan, of Louisville has been the recent guest of on. Terms made known on day of sale. her mother, Mrs. Milfcrd Hall. Misses Alma Martin,. Agnes Nay-lo- r, J. T. WELLS, Crab Orchard, Ky. Roxie Jennings and Mr. J. C. Wood Peters, Auctioneer. t, one-four- th e $4.-25()G.- erland Sunday. this fine animal on 12 months' tnn Mrs. Jim Murphy, of Frankfort, with srood note. was the guest of Mrs. Oilie Murphy j DANIEL NEWSOM, Eubank, Ky. last week. if Rev. "William Sprinkles will preach at Rowland Sunday evening at 7:30. 1 at 10 o'eloek A. M. We wiH sell - It is time you were seeing about that LO You've been thinking of building for some time. In no other way can you obtain such feed economy for your stock. You cannot spend any money on your farm to 7-- 8. f. 1-- better advantage. And the only kind of silo to have is a Concrete Silo Which is there forever when you have it made di-ivin-g PHILLIPS BROS., STANFORD, KY. se HEMP REAPERS W. H. STANFORD, World Famous List of Properties In Lincoln County and Stanford, Ky., -- ! Leave your order with us for a Hemp Reaper now. The are getting scarce. LIGHT, AIRY Connecting Rooms, Capacity, 300 Guests, 100,000 Brick Building. Finest in South. New Hot and Cold Bath Departments. Boating. Fishing. Hunting. Fox Chasing, lake 18 feet deep. One and one-ha- lf miles of Dix river. 4-a- Crab Orchard Springs. ate, Salt Sulphur, Crab Orchard, Magnesia, Cistern, Etc. OPEN ENTIRE YEAR In Lincoln county, Kentucky, en 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 Seven varieties of water Chalybe- FOR SALE.- FOR SALE 33 acres; cottage; good barn; large orchard, o miles from court house; 20 HIGGINS KENTUCKY MUSIC DANCING Corner Main arid Depot Streets, Long Distance Phone and Telegraph. 4 daily mails. Express. Large Auto Garage. Livery in Connection. Good Turnpikes in all directions. Swimming Pool. Electric Lights and own ice plant. Tennis, Croquet Baseball, easy. FOR SALE 94 acres; frame residence; fencing new and buildings in good shape; 3 miles from Stanford on good pike. Price $60 an acre. Terms right. FOR SALE 190 acres; 2 miles from Hustonville; 130 acres in grass, balance in cultivation; residence; barn 50x70; large concrete silo; fencing all new. Price $75 per, acre. Terms FOR SALE 50 rich limestone soil in excellent state of cultivation. Will be sold heart of the Blue Grass section; acres; situated in J. B. WILLIS, Secretary, CRAB ORCHARD, KY. from court house. FOR SALE Beautiful residence, 5 acres A- -l land; one mile from court house. Price right. Easj terms. FOR SALE 236 acres; residence; 3 large barns; concrete silo; place well watered. This land will grow anything you put on it; will sell as a whole or divide into two farms. Price $40 per acre. SALE Modern cottage; new; 5 rooms, with bath complete at a bargain if sold at once; rents for $14 per month; 3 squares at a bargain. FOR acres in cultivation and balance in timber; place well watered. Price $1,500, if sold by 1st of September. FOR SALE 53 acres; house; good barn; all in grass; 1 2 miles from Stanford on turnpike. This is an A- -l farm. Price and terms right. FOR SALE 58 acres; 2 story residence; large barn; good orchard; on turnpike; will make price and terms on this that will interest you. 1-- A. B. Florence, Office 26 Lincoln Nat. Bank Bldg., Stanford, Ky. Vr vt v V -