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See Date on Your Label Established 1860.57th DANVILLE FAIR Year.-- No. Tta Interior Journal 61 This Label Is Either a Re-ceipt or a Bill. What Does It Say to You? ? Stanford, Lincoln County, Kentucky Friday, August 4, 1916 READY FOR THE PRIMRY , -- ,v ..$ Tuesdays and Fridays BAKER NOW FACFv $eP Jv MURDER C xP -ij V 11- J ; ROOK CLUB ENTERTAINED The beautiful country home of U. ivirs. narry JBaughman was a scene of gaiety on Tuesday afternoon, when Mrs. Baughman enterGood Crowds on Hand First Two tained the Rook Club. Mrs. Phelps Cobb, assisted by Misses Clara Cash Days and Lincolnites Get Their and Frances Embry served" punch to the guests as they arrived. The house Share of the Blue Ties. LINCOLN GIRL WEDS IN ILLINOIS Miss CHAUTAUQUA AT HUSTONVILLE nights ago. SEEMS SUCCESS Isabelle Reynolds, of McKinney Congressional Candidates Go To the Much Interest Being Aroused In Big Post in Eighth Saturday Event Next Week. Marries Prominent Young Farmer. Everything is in readiness tr the primary in the Eighth Congnssional district Satuiday, August 5th, ;omor-roand the campaign closd with each candidate apparently tanking he has the race won. The pols will open at 6 o'clock in the mornig and close at 4 in the afternoon a.d the result should not be long in dabt as there are but two candidates ci each ticket, Congressman Harvey .Helm and Charles F. Montgomery candidates for the democratic nom'iation for congress, and Dr. R. L. I" vison and L. T. Neat, candidates f - the republican nomination for th same w, Renzo King of Moreland, who was Lincoln county folks are getting cut on the head by a corn knife in their full share of the blues at the the hands of John Baker, of the Danville fair this week. Big crowds same community last unday, lingered are going over every day and Friuntil Wednesday night when he passday which is the last day of the exed away. After the few lueid morecord-breakhibition promises to be a ments, he had shortly after being in point of attendance. wounded, he did not regain conshows which are such fasciousness again, and passed away in this section, are furnishvorites without having made any furtfeer ing the midway attractions. A hust- H. R. Saufley, T. A. Rice, J. S. Rice, statement about the affair. The exling bunch of young fellows are at T. W. .Pennington, R. T. Bruce, R. office. the attack planation he made o the head of the Danville exhibition C. Hocker, E. J. Brown, W. A. Trib-blElection officers for the 1. prewhen he was conscious for a short year and are boosting for all G. G. Perry, J. W. Baughman, this cincts in Lincoln county have a eady time, was that Wm. Baker and Levi they are worth. From present indi- Newman Birk, J. C. Bailev, G. B. been named and the ballots an elecKelley held him while John Baker cations the fair will be a success. Cooper, Wm. Severance, Phelps tion paraphernalia turned og.'r to struck him. The premiums won the first two days Cobb, of Danville; Misses Sue Woods them. Late last week Chairm, i W. Feeling is rather high in the West were as follows: Willie Hocker, of Pine Bluff, Ark., 0. Walker, of the Lincoln unty End over the affair. The charge Best auto party in parade M. J. Lucy Peterson, Mat Wilcher and committee, as autFVized democratic against Baker has been changed to Farris, Jr., 1st; Miss Marv Manier guest, Mrs. Sid Myers, Ophelia Lacby law, appointed a Demffratic Born, to the wife of James Cloyd, a murder charge. His examining Wells, 2nd. key, Lucile Cooper. Challenger and Inspector foil each a bouncing baby girl, which trial had been set for today, Friday, Steer, any breed under 1 year precinct, who are as follows: f has been named Lou Allen. but owing to King's condition, was Richard Cobb, 1st. Stanford No. 1 W. M Du :an. ENTERTAINED AT ROAD CAMP. Miss Lou Hocker is considerably postponed till Tuesday when he will Heifer, any breed under 1 year Stanford No. 2 S. M. Satujy. Road Superintendents Obenchain better at present and hopes are she have his examining trial on a mcr-dRichard Cobb, 1st and 2nd. Stanford No. 3 Fred Ganott. and Carson, Road Engineer Riffe, will soon be able to be out again. charge. Mare, any age, shown in harness Stanford No. 4 W. P. Logi. Judge James P. Bailey, County AtMr. Coppage, the Middleburg pike Ed Mitchell, 1st and 2nd. Prominent residents of the West No. 1 Geory.- A. Hustonville, foreman, went to Harrodsburg fair End do not hesitate in declaring thafc Stallion, any age, shown in har-re- torney W. S. Burch and squires J. Tucker. K. Helm and J. T. Dudderar were last week, and purchased a Bohon a strong case or premediated and 2nd. Ed Mitchell, 1st and Hustonville No. 2 James entertained at dinner at Woodward buggy while there. Colt, either sex, trotting bred murder will be made Hustonville No. 3 Arthur (irter. gins. Harry Danville, spent M. G. Weisiger 1st; Mitchell & Bus- Bros.' camp on Cedar Creek WednesThe first day, Friday, August 11, last week Hocker of his mother and out against Baker, and it is said to No. 4 John L. TanHustonville day, after they had made an inspecthere with ter, 2nd. be probable that efforts will be made . has been made "Homecoming Day" brother and sister. ner. pike which Suckling mule J. H. Woods, 1st ion of the new state-ai- d to hold Wm. Baker and Kelley as in these Crab Orchard No. 1 P. J. "ling. and every is beincr constructed. All coincided Danville, accessories. J. G. Cunningham, and 2nd: E. B. Moore 3rd. One West End citizen Crab Orchard, No. 2 J. G Car- diggings is expected to be on hand was here a few days agoof with the opinion of the public which and went to Fancy turnout, no decorations and get his good share of the good the Fork the guest of Tom Reynier-so- n told the I. J. representative that Bapenter, Jr. Wm. Collins 1st; E. K. Thomas, 2nd. rides over the completed portion, ker became angry because King had things the Chautauqua affords, as Waynesburg No. 1 Bradle; that it is the best pike that is in the and others. Harness stallion under 4 years him, and threatened to "get" well as enjoy the hospitality of the his pocket book, teased J. W. Powell Chas. Sandidge 1st; E. K. Thomas, state. The Messrs. Woodward serWaynesburg, No. 2. Geo. ?.each. cleverest people on top of ground. containing $7. lost Johnson found him; then went home, secured his big ved a delightful lunch to their guests A. 2nd. corn knife and returned to the place Waynesburg No. 3 Jim Carter. Hustonville is but another name for it and returned J. consisting of goat meat, which tastes same to him. d mare, under 4 years he had left King with his brother, hospitality and the people there will much like venison, lemonade, ice on a visit Wm. Baker and Levi Kelley. It was John B. Mack Hughes 1st; E. K. Thomas 2nd. WILL DO WILD WEST STINT. exert themselves more than ever be-f- k him for Rout's father is and all enjoyed it a Roadster mule E. Chrisman let; cream etc. to maintain the enviable record to Dr. R. L. few davs. republican alleged by this man that Baker toid greatly. Davison, G. J. White, a former Preahers-yill- e she has had for the past half hunTern Tucker 2nd. his brother and Kelley to hold Kiag Walk, trot and canter mare or resident, who resided at '3ono-it- dred ye,ars. It will be a great day candidate for congress in this district and that they did grab him and held KITCHEN ROOF BURNED. geliing, any age Wm. Collins 1st; Arizona for several yea.s. is and if you miss it, you'll be sorry was hero recently looking after his him while Baker struck him in the interests. back home for a short stay a(com-panie- d for a long time. E. K. Thomas 2nd. W. O. Walker's home at the corner This tale, it Vincent Freeman and wife, of head with the knife. by Guy Perry, of Patatnia, Ladies' Hitching contest Mrs. of Danville avenue and Hustonville Three programs will be rendered Danville, were here a short while is understood, Wm. Baker and Kelly Jchn Park, 1st; Miss .Marguerite street was threatened with destrucArizona, who is champion rides' and each day of the Chautauqua one in deny. They were the only witnesses McCormack 2nd. roper of Arizona, having reo-itltion by fire shortly after noon Thursthe morning, at 3 in the afternoon, Sunday. Martha to the tragedy. Threats made by Miss McFarland, of In- some of this bunch before the affair, Mare or gelding, any age, speed day when a blaze was discovered in won the title at Nogales' to' and in the evening. This is going and endurance Otis McBeath, 1st; the kitchen roof. Mr. Walker and He also was high up witi the some, but the week is to be a gala dianapolis, returned to her home af- are said to have been narrated since Wm. Collins 2nd; Mitchell & Buster family were away at the time, and riders at the great Cheyenne cirni-va- l. one and the West Enders want to ter a most pleasant visit to J. D. and all three may find that they are 3rd. They brought with them our get all the pleasure and delectation Burton and family. the flames were discovered by neighin a peck of Dr. Will Hunn and wife, of Junc- through with trouble before they are Stallion, mare or gelding, any age bors who attacked the fire with buck-et- c western horses which are of buying possible out of the rare entertainit. tion City, motored here Sunday eveE. K. Thomas 1st; Walker and broncho variety, two of them ' ments that are awaiting them. of water until the fire departThe body of Mr. King was taken ning, the former to see a sick paSandidge 2nd; Mack Hughes 3rd. and "Dynamite" being vicment got to the scene. When the Go and insist on your friends to his old home in Casey county FriRoadster stallion mare or gelding heavy stream was turned on to the ious outlaws. The owners ma. a meeting you there. The I. J. pre- tient at Chicken Gristle. BllLDING PRETTY HOME. day and laid to rest in the Poplar Mack Hughes 1st; Sam Pope 2nd; roof, the blaze was quickly extinwh( can dicts that-yo- u cash offer to any man will be more than reFrank North is having erected on large on Skyrocket as long as a riin-utGrave cemetery Friday morning. J. Mitchell & Buster 3rd and 4th. guished. A few minutes later howROBBED OF HIS WAD. paid for the time and trouble exHustonville one of stay L. Beazley, of this city, went up and Jack, foal of 191G A. G. T. ever and the roof of the entire house his farm South of and Mr. Perry gaurantees t nde pended and is willing to back its the prettiest bungalows in the counJesse R. Rout, a merchant of Hus- embalmed the body for Undertaker Smith, 1st. would have been ablaze. ty. It will have every modern con- any horse, mule or steer, no natter judgment in the premises. tonville was sleeping unusually sound Pruitt, of Moreland. Jernet, foal of 1916 Grover Sunday night when an unwelcome venience and comfort imaginable how bad" he may be. Thej will Stigall 1st. Keep your home always protect- and will, when completed, be one of give a free exhibition of some real visitor cut the screen door and enterHUSTONVILLE jack, 1 year and under 2 J. C. ed by carrying an insurance policy the very prettiest little homes in Lin- wild west riding at Crab Or'hard ENTERTAINS FOR VISITORS. ed his room. S48.50 in cash was Brown, 1st. tomorrow, Saturday afternoon, and with Jesse D. Wearen, the insurance coln county. A very happy event occurred on but the scamp was clever Mrs. William Severance was hosJack, 2 years and under 3 J. R. man of Stanford. are endeavoring to arrange witi the Sunday, July 23d, at the home of enough to leave some S30 in checks tess at a very attractive party on 61 1 Knox & Co., 1st; E. H. Meier 2nd. K. P. fair at Stanford to show some Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Back, of Huston- for which "Waspy" is duly thankful. Thursday morning in honor of Miss TO WED AT OTTENHEIM Jack, 2 years and under 2 J. R. J. B. SARTAIN BUYS A HOME. fancy riding and roping stunts dur- ville, when all of their children gathWillie Hocker. of Pine Bluff, Ark., was secured here Friday Knox & Co., 1st; E. H. Meier, 2nd. Real Estate Dealer A. B. Florence byLicense Arnold, of Ottenheim and ing the fair here. Both Mr. "White ered in the old home for a reunion and Miss Allie Baldwin, of RichCRAB ORCHARD Alex Jack, any age I. C. Brown, 1st; late last week sold to J. B. Sartain and Mr. Perry who have the livtd on of the family which had not been held mond, two charming guests in our Mrs. Theresa Doering, of Chicago, the border for many years, say that J. R. Knox & Co., 2nd. A ci'owd from here went to High midst. Upon arrival the guests the two story frame dwelling past 12 years. The day was Jennet, any age I. C. Brown 1st. on the corner of East Main andhouse to wed. Their marriage will be sol- President Wilson has handled the for thein conversation, recalling hap- Bridge on a pleasure trip last Sun- were served with refreshing punch Cutspent at Ottenheim and 2nd. off street to J. B. Sartain, carrier on emnized by Father Leo Wientjes and difficult Mexican situation as well py times in the past when the chil- day. Among those who went were: served bv the Mesdames Will Shanks Monday, with Frank Bood mare and suckling mule as it possibly could have been done dren were all at home. At noon all Mr. and Mrs. Cummins and children, and C. E. Tate. The attractive house rural route No. 4, for a sum said . to Mrs. Ida Kearns as witnesses. j?. x. i, Beans xst. by anyone. T"v.o v.,c inI. rt ci enn were called to the dining room where Dr. and Mrs. Jones, Jones, Collier was beautifully decorated with huge Mare mule 1 year aund under 2 of Lon bunches of yellow cannas and other a" good, owned by J A Aen and has been dinner was ser- - and wife, and Misses don. Shirley Gover took Sam Magee, yellow and white garden flowers. Dude Jarman. THE MARKETS. occup;ed by T. D. Raney and a long News of the Churches vedon family. table which seated tne Will Pettus and Will Burch. They The ices and cakes and mints were Colt, either sex by trotting bred . for a number of years. Mr. RnT.njf; Hogs Receipts 2,400 ; slow; packThose who enjoyed entire sire M. G. Weisiger 1st. gets possession September 1st. 9.85; pigs Services at the Baptist church this pleasant occasion were Mr. and all report a most enjoyable time. all in the colors of yellow and white. ers nd butchers 9.75 Suckling filly, saddle bred Royj Mr. and Mrs. David Newland and A most unique contest was the oc9.85T. Cattle-Rec- eipts Sunday: Sunday school at 9;30 a. Mrs. C. M. Back, of Hustonville, and, lights $6:50 Bonta 1st; Clarence Adams, 2nd. ." 1,100 'quiet; heifers $5.00 m.;'Preaching at 11, subject: Mrs. J. M. Prendersrast and children children, Ivon Fish, Mrs, M. E. Fish casion of much merriment.. The Suckling stallion colt, saddle bred ENTERTAINS DIXIE ROOK CLUBRe- -. Evening ,woshinat 7i45. iVTnrworpr. and Jack of Boston. Mass., and, Mrs.,DexterABallouand childreH, 7.75. Calvesstrong. Sheep ten. ., .. Howard Vanarsdale 1st; Hugh It Mrs. Tom fPence r delightfully 'Hocker Kai thrWr.onj'efigin iceip SSOJli Jsteadyi. Jjambslow; A "wTanclT. C. Back and wife of New Dripping Springs Sunday." was painted on cards and tne names, Thursday aftermSdn--, five IJiles S5rooitTO:25.SeptemberwheairranpOTratrcea" meeting night, Yearling filly, saddle bred R."E.fnome the Castie, Ind., Stoner Stephenson, wife Creek church, Wednesday Sunday being the fifth Sundaj of the guests of honor from which December $1.33. $1.29; guests enjoying Gcddard 1st; Marion Sandidge 2nd J' Pitahty. The homeher gracious 9th. Preaching each evening at and baby of the Liberty pike, Miss Rev. Jasper Livingston preached A the guests were to make words. was beautifully stallion, saddle bred 7:30. Sarah M. Back, who has been attend- fine sermon to the few faithful ones A jolly time was spent in forming HIGHLAND decorated blue and Fruit Allen Edelen 1st; R. E. Goddard punch andin sandwiches white. served Rev. W. D. Welburn will preach ing school in Bowling Green the past who attended. these words, after which, Miss Linda were 2t,a Since our last writing the storms at the Neal's Creek church Sunday year and is now teaching at Graham, Mrs. Mason Morris and two chil- Miller was awarded the prize, having "Roadster ponv. 14 hands and un- - uPn arriva! of the quests and after have done considerable damage in afternoon after the Sunday schqol Ky., and Misess Mary and Flora dren, of Oklahoma, joined her sister written the most words. The fole games ice cream ana caKe was r t..w.. . our midst. The hail storm traveled service. Communion service will be Back, who still make their home Mrs. Louanna Holdman here and lowing were present to enjoy the V.., Hrivon hv hnv under 15 Mor-- '. enjoyed. can S. Baughman, 1st; Thurman in a streak west of here destroying administered. with tneir parents in Hustonville. they have taken rooms at the Crab hospitality of this gracious hostess. Helm, 2nd. all of the crops as it went an account Usual services at the Methodist The occasion was one long to be re- Orchard Springs. Mesdames J. B. Paxton, G. G. Perry, J. C. FLORENCE QUITE ILL. Stallion, mare or gelding, any age of which was given in the last paper. church at 10:45; Sunday school at membered by all present. Reuben Bronaugh, Jr., brought his S. M. Saufley, C. E. Tate. E. C. WalE, K. Thomas 1st and 2nd; Chas. Former Postmaster James C. FlorMiss Sarah M. Back spent Sunday wife from St. Louis Saturday and ton, T. W. Pennington, J. C. Bailey, Miss Lillian Warfield, of Detriot 9:30; Epworth League at 7 p. m.; Sandidge 3rd. ence, one of Stanford's best known is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Union services at tlie court house at and Monday with her parents, left she was hurried to a hospital in Lex- W. H. Wearen W. C. Shanks, J. H. Best lady auto driver Miss Mary and most respected citizens, is very L. S. Warfield. night. Tuesday morning for Greenville, to ington where an operation was per- Shanks, T. J. Hill. J. S. Rice, R. T. M. Wells 1st; Miss Linelle Eubanks, ill at his home on East Main. He Presbyterian church, Sunday, Aug. attend the Teachers' Institute, after formed, Monday. She was not so Bruce and R. T. Fewell and Misses Rev E. E. Young .wife and 2nd. was taken down a day or so ago with Sue Woods, Mary Burch, Belle Denwho have 6th: Sunday school at 9:30; service which she will go to Graham, Ky., to well when the last news came. Best bird dog, any breed H. H. heat prostration, and has failed to been the Pekin, Indiana, and Mrs. C. at 11 o'clock. "The Things That begin her work for the coming year Mre. Anna May Eubanks, of Par- ny, Mary Bruce, Lucy Peterson, guests of Mr. make the recovery that was hoped M. Young and friends have gone to Remain." C. E. Topic: "The Conse- in the graded school. Pri"e 1st; G. M. Riley. 2nd. is, has been visiting Miss Lillian Gar- Linda Miller, Lucille Coopc. C"ra girl rider under 20 years Best for, consequently his friends are Owsley county to visit Mrs. Young's cration of Friendship," Eccl. 4:9-1Cooper. Sadie Lillard, Ophelia Lac-k- y, M. Prendergast and chil- ner and others. Mrs. J. Miss Marguerite McCormack. of Hus- very uneasy over his condition. house at dren left Friday morning for .her Mrs. Skiles has returned from Union services at the court and Ellen Ballou. parents, Mr. and Mrs. Manions. tonville 1st; Miss Mary Dunigan, home in Boston, Mass., after a three Shelbyville and other points where n 7:45. Wesley and Prof. Lawrence 2nd. THIRTEEN ON A STEM. weeks' visit with her parents, Mr. she visited relatives for several CELEBRATES 85th BIRTHDAY. who were coins: from Barbour- Prettiest baby under 2 years W. weeks. S. Coulter White has on exhibition OPERA HOUSE PROGRAM and Mrs. C. M. Back. Ridge spent a night to K. Davis 1st; Wm. Wright 2nd. Misses Davis and Landrum two Sheriff and Mrs. J. G. Weather-for- d at his restaurant in Moreland a stem ville Mr. Bethel Young. Tonight The Girl and the Game, Mrs. G. W. Penn and daughter, C. M. Family buggy horse A. P. Car- cut from a tree on James Burkett's with to Hustonville Friday to Webb City, Mo., pretty little Misses from Brodhead Life in PerAfter the hail had so completely No. 3, Mutual, called "A of Gold," 2 Merion Edgar, from Anadarko, Ok., returned with Miss Alene Collier and attendwentsix o'clock dinner this evepenter 1st; Mrs. Manning 2nd. a place which has thirteen good-size- d Miss Julia Penn from Young and il." "That Little Band Walking mare or gelding Marcus apples. Thcv are of the Early Har- ruined their crops Corbet the first of the of Mrs. Weatherford's Sunday for Cin- reels, Keytone. Saturday Big six-re- have been the guests of Mr. and Mrs. were her guestsSulphur, of Gumweek. ning in honor Hugh Logan, who celeSul- mother, Mrs. Helm, 1st. Miss Lizzie vest variety and the little twig is Estill Carrier left employment. Saturday show; Chas. Chaplin C. P. Brown on the Bradfordsville Rockaway mare or gelding Mrs. hardly as big as a lead pencil and less cinnati in search of phur is with Mrs. Daisey Hunt. brated her 85th birthday. Mrs. LoRev. Elbeit Young preached at in "Police," 2 reels. "Bill's Narrow pike for the past few days. George Curtis 1st. As Ivon Fish was coming home gan will be the recipient of many than a foot long. comedy, Billie Never in the recollection of the Thursday Escape," the Methodist church on Ugliest man on ground J.' Beech-e- r oldest citizen did corn and tobacco from the picnic at Dripping Springs hearty congratulations and good night, also on Sunday. Rev Wright Ritchie. "Lonesome House," Big-Adams 1st. last SOUTHERN ON JOB AGAIN. Saturday night Thos. Jefferson and Zoe Beck. Uni- look so favorable as it does now in riage Sunday two lieeis of his car- wishes at passing this advanced mile-is here last Saddle mare or gelding, 4 years broke down suddenly letting stone along life's journey. She "Service of the Southern Railway, preached versal Weekly, Universal. Monday this locality. and under Mack Hughes 1st; M. C. which was temporarily interrupted and Sunday. carriage turn completely over. Mrs. hale and hearty and all wish her Miss Mary T. Sweeney, of Lexingwill preach for us "On the High Stage," Kay-Be- e, Rev. Helm 2nd. Fish and Mrs. M. cloud-burin West- again onStansfield Tuesday Para- ton, daughter of Ed Sweeney, and Caltha Newland children wereE.mira- many more birthday celebrations masterpiece. the second Sunday. He and B. Arnold 1st; E. by an immense Worst turnout and two little inern North Carolina and extended a ccn.o mount, "The Old Momestead," Fa- Misses Lizzie Wesley of Middleburg, culously saved from an awful death. and happy returns of the day. are expecting Taylor, 2nd. to several States, has been resumed. isro. wrignt Powell, accomThe premium offered for the best The management of the Southern meeting begining on the third Sun- mous Players, Denham Thompsons. and Margaret Rowe S. T. Powell to The horse became badly frightened Wednesday Billy Burke in "Peggy" panied Mr. and Mrs. suckling mule colt was won by James Railway is deserving of the greatest day of this month. but Mr. Fish jumped out and landing MT. VERNON FAIR NEXT WEEK Mrs. T. D. Williams has returned Thos. H. Ince production in 8 reels, the Danville fair Wednesday. county. He praise for the rapidity with which H. Woods, of Lincoln ran to the horse and sucThe Mt. Vernon fair, which is anThere will be a lawn fete at Mrs. on his feetquieting him until the ocwon both premiums, "and the mule, the tremendous amount of work ne- to Cincinnati. Young, who has been admission 25 and 15 cents. nually a great event for the good evening, from ceeded in S. T. Powell's Friday Miss Grace cupants could get out. Mrs. Fish people of Rockcastle county, begins which became the property of the cessary to put the line in order was Sixty drowned when 14 inches of 3 to 6 in honor of her visitors. trimming hats in Louisville for the association, was sold under the ham- accomplished. slightly bruised but Mrs. next week, and it is said will be one This result secured past season is at home for a short rainfall caused a dam to break in S. W., and T C. was only Messrs. G. M., Newland was cut under one eye, both of the best ever held there. Secremer for $135 to B. G. Fox. remarkably short space of stay. within a Claiborne county Tennessee, and a Back and wife, who have been visit- limbs bacfly bruised and one leg alduring which the passenger traffic tary W. H. Fish has worked manfully Noah Terry of Stanford was out terrific flood swept down Blair creek ing relatives and friends here, re- most broken. The small children to leave no stone unturned, has arBOY KILLED BY STREET CAR. was not interrupted to any appreci- Sunday to see one of our prettiest Thursday. to Newcastle, Ind., the last were unhurt. turned , ranged a splendid premium list and able extent, as arrangements were At McKee brothers' sale of pedi- of the week. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Burnside and with good weather a record crowd is Robert Anderson, aged 12 years, a made with other lines to handle the girls. hogs at Forest Miss Cora Young is with homer greed Duroc-Jerse- y Slick Green, the uptodate painter children and Mr. Joe Francis, of scr of the late John Anderson, for- passengers ticketed over the South- folks for a while. Home Farm Tuesday fifty head sold of McKinney, was here Wednesday Lancaster, were at Dripping Springs expected. Quite a number are plancounty, was killed by a ern Railway to destinations in or bemerly of this ning to attend from Lincoln. and high$92.50. Mr. and Mrs. and formed part street car at Covington this week, yond the affected district. The Com- daughter, Mabel, Harry Walls have for an average ofwas paid The D. C. on business. Peyton's Sunday Willis fed about of a picnic. JLudlow, by est price, $325, Robert Nunnelley, of three hunMrs. ard the remains of the little fellow pany did not spare any expense in been the guests of of relatives here. Webb, of Forest City, Ark., for a Well, was here Wednesday morning dred guests at the Springs last SunColored Cornerstone Laying. will be brought here Sunday after- looking alter the eomtorts or tne Miss Sallie Young has been the yearling boar full brother of sensa- with a terrible hustle on him. crowd has been there Goshen, lhe j passengers who were being detained, day. A large noon for interment at C. W. Allison, pastor of the Stana while. tional Defender-- . A sow was sold Lucien Dye and family, of Leroy, for several weeks enjoying the fine body accompanied by his mother, nor m seCuring adequate expert help guest of her mother for Mr. and water and splendid accomodations. Bailey Sampson recently visi- for $180. Mr. ford colored A. M. E. church has just 111., has been the guest of Mrs. Mary Anderson will be taken to repair the damage done. ted Hardin Young. Gilmore Burton. Mrs. . OUR CITY FATHERS! Where had some announcements printed of off the L. & JN. tram at Hayuen's Waneta and Ruby Gilmore, A large amount of wheat is being are they? Scarcely to be seen for the a cornerstone laying which will ,be IT'S FOOLISH TO SUFFER Switch and from there taken to the John Chambers, a stock driver at of Misses the Green River section were the hauled off the Rolling Fork this high weeds all over town. Both sides held by his church here Sunday AugGoshen cemetery for interment. the Bourbon Stock Yards, was found welcome virsitors at our church Sunweek to our mill. of the streets all the way to the Stanford stabbed to death in an alley. day and Miss Ruby presided at the When So Many The Way People Are Miss Jessie Beagle of Georgetown depot, nothing but dusty weeds al- ust 6th. The bill says: "The St. Out. Pointing organ at both services, which was is here this week the guest of the most half over the beautiful side James, A. M. E. church will have a Commissioner's Sale You mav be brave enough to stand Misses Weddle on Danville street. appreciated very much by all those Such a state of affairs Corner-Ston- e walks. Laying. The CleopaCommissioner's Sale present. backache or headache or dizziness. Lincoln Circuit Court Less Eads bought a Ford from makes the town look dull, sleepy and moved to But. if. in addition urination is dis Henry Anderson last week. Mr. Ed Young and wife G. P. Hendrickson, plaintiff unattractive, dirty and causes the tra Lodge of U. B. F., No. 43, of A. L. Caulder, Admr. of John houso recently vacated by Mrs. ordered, look out! If you don't try colored strangers to think that we are not Stanford, Ky., assisted by Rev. G. F. vs. Plaintiff the The congregation of the Varnon George Baugh. Mrs. Baugh is mak- to fix your sick kidneys, you may Baptist church at Chicken Gristle, progressive but a very careless, in- David, D. D., John G. Howard, defendant. vs. G. C. and also dangerous Pursuant to judgment rendered by Tom Bentley, Etc Defendants ing her home with her daughter, fall into the clutches of ait,n But, if held a most delightful basket meet- dolent people. Let us not be like Ex-G. C, and Dr. W. D. Tardif, you know disease before the Lincoln circuit court at its May ing last Sunday at their church. Pursuant to a judgment rendered Mrs. Hen Young. the old clock which says "take your G M., will have charge of Mrs. Emma Zimmerman has been you live mpre carefully and help term, 1916, in the above styled ac- in the Lincoln Circuit Court at its Miss Nell Hedrick, of Monticello, time" but like the modern alarm with Doan's of her tion, the undersigned Commissioner May Term, 1916, the undersigned the pleasant guest Meiers. parents, your kidneys stop and avoid Kidney visited Miss Mary Back last week. rlnpk which savs. "Get to work." ceremonies, which will take place the future Pills, you can Mr. and Mrs. John will on Commissioner will on Mr. Davis is no better. "Uncle" at 3:30 P. M. The Lodges of DanJ. T. Wilder, our miller, is recovwriting one of our danger as well. Don't experiment Since our last Monday, August 14, 1916, injuries recently John Edmiston grows more feeble. 14th, 1916 MONDAY. AUGUST are ering slowly from (Court Day) at 11 o'clock A. M. mat o'clock a. m., in front of the oldest citizens has been called from use the remedy Stanford peoplecase: sustained in an accident at his mill. Dr. Doores has been spinning round ville, Junction City, Hustonville, endorsing. Read an front of the court house door, Stan- - i court house door, in Stanford, Ky., this world to try the realities of W. publicly H. Wren Main St., this Frank Hunn and wife of High in an auto. Mrs. James Mannuel Lancaster, Perryville and Atoka are Stanford, Mr George John Ky. offer for sale at public out-- . 0ffer for sale at public outcry, the unknown world. ford, Bluff, attended the dog and pony has been sick for several days. The invited to be present and take part. from experience that general health of the town is ex- We are aiming to make this a great CIV tU LUC Jllflicoi aim uwi. u'uuv-- i uii. following described real estate in Lin Baugh died July 12th at his home of says: "I know show here Tuesday night. following land in Lincoln county, coin county, Ky.: A house and lot stomach and heart trouble. He leav- Doan's Sidney ruis are an mat is and cellent. at.cc Mnrfrnret McCormack . ... Off and on for Kentucky on the head of Negro in Hustonville, beginning at Henry er behind a wife, two children. Mrs. several Mr. Silas Andeison, of Louisville, day in Stanford. Come and help us. mother attended the Danville fair I Hen Young and Mr. Mack Baugh, creek and on the road leading from up served his car to Stanford and Wednesday. nSJ T work t?w mnnpv :n the The former won second came within his homefolks for some Dinner will begood on the ground. hitch-ut- ) ring Somerset to Crab Orchard, bounded feet; thence north to Rose Helm's about fifteen grandchildren and six was There will be preaching by able stooping and at such times him. on the south by H. Minal, on the corner; thence east 23 feet to Hen great grandchlidren. The married reauired Remember the Chautauqua is next time and where his wife joined spent ministers throughout the day. Come Simpson, on the north ry Wilham's corner; thence south grandchildren are Mrs. Emil Green-bur- the backache became much worse. I week. east by a A. They came from Stanford and of Louisville, Manly and Kelly also had a too frequent desire to by W. W. Menefee, on the west by 100 feet to the beginning. D. W. Dunn is busy setting out a night with Mrs. Anderson's par- and be with us and we will do thee day Wm. Holdam. This sale made to enSaid sale made on a credit of six McGuffy, of this place. A few years void the kidney secretions both ents, Mr. and Mrs. Morgan. Mr. good. Committee. Lee Helm, E. W. celery plants. . Pills force plaintiffs judgment for $205.75 months, purchaser to execute bond, ago Mr. Baugh united with the and night. Doan's Kidney failed reMiss Margaret Reymerson is the Anderson holds a lucrative position Overstreet, Jesse Hayes,, Alec Peyto costs and interest, and is made on a payable to said Commissioner with Methodist church and had lived a lieved me and have never Ford Car Co., of Louisville. ton and Israel Jackson. Committee benefit me since then, when I have truest of Miss Elizabeth Blain at the with the ever credit of six months, purchaser to 6 interest from date of sale, with consistent christian life part since. taken them." Hotel de Weddle. m the en re- He attended and took execute bond bearing 6 per cent in- approved personal surety; Irish ag- on Refreshments: JMary Hayes, Liz TTup-heSir Roger Casement, the & McCartv. real estate all dealers Price 50c, terest with approved surety, lien be- tained on land sold to secure pay- services when he was able, altho he cirrmW nsk for at kidnev remedy Don't men of Stanford, ere here on busi itator, .was hanged for high treason zie Overstreet. Lizzie Peyton, Caro?2t a ing retained on land sold to secure ment of same, having force and ef-- was so deaf he could not hear the UttlUJ Ww at London. He went to Germany and . tne payment of same, having force and Foniureacher. He was buried here after Doan's Kidnev fins Vnatar same zns: ' cess .. weunesuus, ? .,Wbct: captured. a Drocured assistance to foment a re-- line Farmer, Sylvia Bailey and Lou in A arm pnt ',r,A nr- MsiKurn FTrTifitt Mc" . xTn " AM.VI. V 1I1CU Stewart" ,; effect of a judgment. E. D. PENNINGTON, Services at the Methodist church by Jill. Props., Buffalo, N". Y. ferret in froi? 2 Ifc Pce a few bellion in Ireland. Co., pastor, Rev. Wright. M. C. L. O C. his 594f E. D. Pennington, M. C. e, er Lit-tlejohn's Mc-Rober- ts, and porch were beautifully decorated for the occasion w:lh a profusion of garden flowers in all colors. At the conclusion of the game, in which Mesdames G. G. Perry,' W. A. Trib-blS. M. Saufley and Miss Willie Hocker tied for winning most games, delightful ices, cakes, mints and nuts were served. The following guests were present: Mesdames H. J. J. B. Foster, S. M. Saufley, e, ss Five-gaite- Her many friends here were surprised to learn of the marriage of Miss Isabelle Reynolds, daughter, of Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Reynolds, of Mcs, Kinney, and Royal Laakman, at Ind., July 26th. The bride is a most attractive girl, a granddaughter of Cicero Reynolds, of this city, and has a host of friends and loved ones who; will extend good wishes. A Vincennes, Ind., paper had the following mention of the happy affair : Wednesday afternoon at 5:30 o'clock at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harrold P. Flint on Broadway street, occured the marriage"' of Royai Laakman, son of Henry Laakman, of Lawrence county, Illinois, and Miss Isabelle Reynolds, formerly of McKinney, Lincoln county, Kentucky, who has been makinb her home with Mr. and Sirs. H. P. Flint for the v past year. The ii pressive ring was performed by Rev. L. C. Bently, pastor of the First Methodist church of this city. The home was tastily decorated for the occasion and immediately after the ceremony a wedding supper was served. Mr. Laakman is a well known and promising young farmer and was born and raised just t.cross the river in Illinois. He was graduated from the Vincennes City schools in 1914. The bride is a niece of W. A. Flint, having been in the employ of the W. A. Flint company for the past three years in the capacity of cashier. Immediately after the supper Mr. and Mrs. Laakman successfully eluded a large number of friends and acquaintances and drove to Princeton, where they took a train for West Baden, Ind., for a short sojourn. After August 1 they will be at home in Westport to their many iriends. lhe following guests were present: Mrs. Edgar Reynolds, mother of the bride, McKinne" Kv. ; Henry Laakman, Miss Irene Laakman and Mrs. Ottis Hanes, of Westport; Mr. and Mrs. John Laakman and son, Jack, Miss Louis Laakman, Fred Laakman, Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Smith, Mrs. Flora S. Barker, Mrs. W. A. Flint, Warren Flint, J. P. Flint, Farris Flint, William A. Flint, Jr., Miss Jane Earclay Flint, and Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Flint, all of Vincennes. Vin-cenne- J cere-mon- - "A long pull, a hard pull and all pull together" seems to have been the motto selected by the people of the Hustonville section when they began to work up interest in the Chautauqua, which begins at Hustonville August 11 and continues four days, for every man, woman and child in that end of the good county of Lincoln is boosting to the utmost the delightful series of entertainments they have in store. And well they may do so, as they have not, nor will they again soon have a more delightful treat. Stanford had her first Chautauqua in June, and the I. J. predicts that not another year will pass without its Chautauqua week. And there is a reason. The entertainers sent out by the bupeople and they reaus are high-clas- s edify as well as entertain all who hear and see them. There is something pleasing about the recollection of each of the numbers given and something that makes one want more of the same sort. The Hustonville folks have an unusually good program and that many from the surrounding towns will go and help them enjoy it, is certain. Quite a number of Stanford people have bought season tickets and others will do so before Chautauqua be- Lair's hounds were called to Somerset Wednesday. Rev. A. H. Baugh, J. W. Powell, and C. W. Adams motored to Wednesday where they attended a church dedication. Oscar and Walter Tarter, of the Sad Knob section, started to Liberty Monday, where they were to be under the care of Casey county. Before reaching Kidd's Store, Oscar Tarter died in the wagon of pellagra. He was buried in the woods near that place. Walter was taken on to Liberty and is in a critical condition and not expected to live long. Their parents succumbed to this disease a year ago and there is much uneasiness in that neighborhood over this dreadful disease. J. Stone Walker, of Richmond, a Bank Examiner, was here last week looking over the local banks. The poultry cqmpany hauled away over 3,000 friers a few days ago. Robert Dodd, of Harriman, Tenn., was here last Saturday, accompanied bv his brother Tom, of) Turners-villLaw-rencebu- rg in Head By Renzo King, Wouiv Blow from Corn Knife, Dies at Moreland Wednesday. f e. er cold-blood- ed Mc-Mull- in. or a, a-ment. !ky-rocke- t" e, ed I ," 'Ben-eficience-- . ' n-- ut-lAbg-ttirS' hos-Yearli- ng I chil-di;en,- of 0. chil-ilrp- el L-K- o, 2-r- U, 5-r- st - Ex-Sta- te N. Ex-Sta- te n !er ItT T I g, 4 s .- - w I - o-- . fc .... I ' . ,.pH---- r I j : .-. V - JJaH . fK- - ') I The Interior Journal. Stanford, Kentucky: Friday, August 4, 1916 V THE OCCASION OF OCCASIONS QQ bw W The Mt. Vernon -- Aug. -- and 11 8.3 THIS IS THE FAIR TO GO TO THE PLACE TO MEET YOUR FRIENDS AND VISIT WITH THEM. WE WELCOME OUR NEIGHBORS FROM ADJOINING COUNTIES TO ONE ,)F THE BIGGEST AND BEST FAIRS IN EASTERN KENTUCKY WRITE ?OR YOUR CATALOG- W. H. FISH, Secretary C. D. SUTTON, President - ws i&ii mi it 1 The Interior Journal S. M. SATJFLEY Editor and Proprietor $1.00 a Year in Advance, Paper Stops When Time For Which It is Paid, Expires. Entered at the Postoffice at Stanford, Ky., as Secbnd Class Zlail Matter MONEY MAD E :veiycmaiiThsnk seriously over the question of notherhood it used to mean well agony and sacrifice, that me could easily overlook the lleasure and honor of children it the home but "Mother's Announcements The Interior Journal is authorized to announce the following candidates, subject to the Democratic Primary, August 5, 1916: FOR CONGRESS CHARLES P. MONTGOMERY HARVEY HELM You know it has always been said that "A Dollar Saved is a Made." Now this is money saved, consequently money made. E.very farmer who sold a hide and ev- (ilHHHHiBBSIi MlBThe nvaiwith aautm, m -- " w ifl'y . His W , It is I money ii our Bank does not tear lire nor burglars. not only downright carelessness to keep money in your house, bat it subjects you and your family to grave DANGER. Not only may you lose it by fire, but burglars may break in and steal it. Burglars always "spot" the house where money is kept and they will stop at nothing even MURDERta get it. Bank your money where it will be safe from fire, burglars or your own extravagance. Put YOUR iYiONEY in OUR BANK. We pay 3 per cent, interest. The Lincoln County National Bank Stanford, Kentucky I ATinnrn. f an wa cinnati to work. ."W ll School here is proceeding nicely with Miss Stella Peck as teacher. Misses Mary and Martha Rodgers, of Yosemite are here visiting freinds CENT-A-WOR- D ADS ad relatives. Miss Georgia Floyd went to her (Ads, here cent a word each issue, cash grandmother's Sunday, who lives on with order;arc 1 ad less than 25c each issue.) no the Dix River. Misses Deva Dessie and Dortha FDR SALE Picked white corn. Bastin, of Waynesburg, who have A. T. Carpenter, Moreland. 61-- tf been the recent guests of Miss Artie Bastin, have returned to their home. One FOR SALE. Sowhdown buck. E. T. Pence. 60-- 2 Craig Fish, who has been at Louisville for the past few months, POSTED. John Meier, Highland; ! has returned home to enter school. Joe Busse, Waynesburg; M. D. r, He has been there since school was Stanford. dismissed in May, "making his fortune." He is one of the best known FOR RENT. House of four rooms young boys of the town and his manj on East Main street. Apply to John friends gave him a hearty welcome. 56-- tf S. Eaughman, Stanford. .El-mo- JUMBO Mrs. C. C. Sink, of Lexington, who has been the recent guest of Miss Artie Bastin has gone to Hustonville to visit friends and relatives. Those who spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. M. 0. Mason were; Mr. and Mrs. Tom Mason, of Waynesburg, Mrs. Bettie Martin and daughter, Burshia, of South Fork and Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Brandenburg, spent Sunday with Mr. and NMrs, Wallace Farmer, on Neal's Creek. Mr. Willie Moore has gone to Cin- lriend" has changed the views of thousands of women that of distress to a l(easant anticipation of the tappihess of being a mother. Br external application "Mother's assists nature in the transformation of the physical Get FBtem in ease and comfort. lrienrl" won-erful ery consumer who bought a piece of lotherhcod will be mailed free to ji expectant roomers.. Aauress l TUB liradhekl Keciilator Co., AV LiUiliUt UlU.f leather during the last year realizes that leather is high and every indication is it will be higher next year. So here is your chance. Every pair of Men's Low Shoes in our stock of WALKOVER and METTLETON ha been reduced in price, so you can well afford to buy them now and keep them until next summer. WE NEED THE MONEY; YOU NEED THE SHOES, and if you arewise you will buy them at these prices. Walkovers, $4 ones at $2.85; $4.50 ones at $3.50 and the $5 quality at $3.75. $6 and $6.50 Nettletons at $4.50. -- Get your size while you can. aOviR INSURANCE in all its branches; -- , The Lincoln TrustC o. OF STANFORD, KY. Capital, $25,000. Under same management as The Lincoln National Bank, is now ready to serve you in pacity of EXECUTOR, ADMINISTRATOR, DIAN, TRUSTEE, Etc, at Vne office of The County National Bank. "Corner Next To Court House." ! County the caGUAR- Lincoln SALE Southdown Tarns. Miss Mattie H. Hewes, Stanford, Ky. Surety Bonds; Farm Loans 59-- 3 West End .Insurance Agency, W. J. R. D. 5, Box 61. 61-- 1 6p Campbell, Hustonville. A FEW choice Southdown yearling bucks for sale. Richard Cobb, 59 4p. I will sell at public auction at my Jr., Danville, Ky. place near the Dripping Springs, 2 NOTICE I .will not be 2 miles north of Crab Orchard orf here after for any bills by Mrs. Ora Nolan. Edward AUGUST 9, 1916 WEDNESDAY, 61 lp. at 10 o'clock, a. m., the following HONEY Extracted white clover livestock: Six ieadjhorse stock; 2 mares, .one honeyor sale at 10 cents a pound. Y J M- - Waro, a brood 'mafe Tvrth colt by Writ&tt" phonier 58 4p. Old Don, the other a nice driving Stanford' R. F. D. No. 1. 5. FOR McR oberts & Bailey MAMMOTH CAVE $9.85 Round-tri- PUBLIC SALE 1-- I av-aia- Forfcn All-Expen- se Two-Day- s Trip "It's Great, Let's Go." Get Ready, Everybody Attend This Year. Bs Blue Grass Fair Incorporated LEXINGTON, KENTUCKY FOR SALE One mare 7 years ling fillies, one by Rex Peavine. old; one Jersey milk cow; some hogs. Six young milk cows; 3 fat cows; Mrs. H. a heifer; 4 yearling hei- Call on Highland. H. Jones, 2 miles 59 2p. fers; 2 yearling steers; 4 nice young west of calves. Will also sell 30 nice shoats WANTED A man with two or averaging about 90 pounds, if not three sons to work farm on shares. They sold privately beforehand, also a"few Also a man-- to feed stock. must all be workers and willing to ewes. do. Paul Finch, Crab Orchard, Ky. Will also sell a few farming im- R. D. No. 2. 60 2t. plements and a good two-horwagESTRAY steer came to my place on. about, three weeks ago. Owner can Terms made known on day of sale. get same by identifying, paying J. T. WELLS, Crab Orchard, Ky. keeping and this advertisement. for W. Wood Peters, Auctioneer. p M. Stout, R. F. D. 1, Stanford. se mare; a yearling horse mule; 2 year- From Stanford AugUSt 15th. p Railroad fare $4.35. Board at hotel, in- eluding the routes in the cave for 5.50 tickets are on sale for morning trains at all stations. See L. & N. agent. 59-4- August 7 to 12, 1916 FREE ATTRACTIONS: JOHN C. WEBER'S PRIZE BAND OF AMERICA; Miss Katherine Hoch, Soprano; Mr. John Dodd, Baritone; Messrs. Kenyon & Popular Songs and Ragtime; The Ferris Wheel Girls, on a Nickel Plated Apparatus 35 feet high; The Dellaxneade Troupe in reproduction of Sculptor Work of Well Known Masters; The Flying Girls Two Young Ladies in Graceful Feats on Two Single Swinging Ladders; Five Young Ladies, Talented Instrumentalists. Beautiful Costumes Changed Daily. RUNNING AND HA.RNESS RACES DAILY BEST SHOW ON EARTH AT LEXINGTON, THE CAPITAL OF THE HORSE 22 SPECIAL WORLD THE MEYERHOFF ATTRACTIONS RATES ON ALL ROADS. CARS 300 PEOPLE REDUCED For Entry Blanks or Information, Address El-well, Commissioner's Sale FURNITURE, Mattings, Drugget JOHN W. BAIN, Secretary, LEXINGTON, - - - -' - - KENTUCKY Mary Perkins, Etc., Defendants Stanford. 42tf Pursuant to a judgment rendered in the Lincoln Circuit Court at its FOR SALE. first May Term, 1916, the undersigned store and meat Amarketclass grocery combined, Commissioner will on good business, good location and a MONDAY, AUGUST 14th, 1916 clean stock, owner wishes to enter other "business. Box 7,6, Somerset, (County Court Day) 59-- 6 at 11 o'clock a. m., in front of the Ky. court house door, in Stanford, Ky., FOR SALE. My high class touroffer' for sale at public outcry, the ing car; has been run 9,000 miles; following described property, A certain house and lot on Hang- is in perfect condition. This car ing Fork in Lincoln, County, Ky. eliminates all troubles but tire wear, Beginning at an oak stump in the on the road. The price will surprise line of Celia Wilhoit, thence run- you, if you want a car that will alning up middle of Hanging Fork 40 ways come back. Chas. Wheeler, 59-- 8 yards to corner of Fanny Young Hustonville, Ky. line; thence a straight line to the beginning. (There is excepted from WANTED Cattle to graze or this boundary that portion of the buy. Pure bred yearling Jersey lot sold to Obie Perkins.) Said sale made on a credit of six bulls and Duroc Spring pigs for sale. months, purchaser to execute bond, Two farms for rent for 1917, conwith approved personal surety, with taining 300 and 240 acres each; from date of sale; good improvements and productive. interest at 6 lien retained on property sold to secure payment of same, force and ef- Will need a good man with small family to run my home place. Quan-it- y fect of judgment. E. D. PENNINGTON, of corn for sale. F. Reid, StanM. C. L. C. C. ford, Ky. 59 4f. to-w- it. Rugs, Wall Paper, Lace Curtains, Lincoln Circuit Court G. D. Florence, Admr., Plaintiff Window Shades, Trunks, Suit Cases. vs. Pictures and Mouldings. W. A. Trib-bl- e, 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 line, thence S 96 2 poles to stone in county road; thence with same N 66 E 45 poles to a stone; the center of said road, corner to T. C. Bennett; S 74, E 192 poles to a white oak and dogwood, N 14 poles to the beginning, containing 134 acres, more or less. Said sale made for the purpose of enforcing plaintiff's judgment for interest from July 30, $700 with 6 1914, and is made on a credit of six month's; purchaser to execute bond payable to Commissioner, bearing 6 per cent interest from date of sale, with approved personal surety; lien retained on land to secure payment of same, with force and effect of judgment. . D. Pennington, M. C. L. C. C. 71 1-- 2, 1-- July Shoe Offerings 1-- 2, fiui M July is here and we are going to give you a Commissioner's Sale Lincoln Circuit Court .......Plaintiff 1 E. C. Durham. Admr ' vs. .Defendant ' R. C. Durham's Hrs Pursuant to a judgment rendered in the Lincoln Circuit Court at its February term, 1916, in the above 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 norask more than fair profit on our sales. They know they can rely on our advice Truth is our stand-b- y. They know that carefulness, honesty, courtesy, cleanliness and promptness characterize us. r-- - The Lincoln Pharmacy, Stanford, Ky. FOR SALE privately, theNS. E. Lincoln Circuit Court Owsley farm of 220 acres; large John Trattler's Adm Plaintiff colonial brick residence, celvs. lar, cistern, two barps, smoke house, John Trattler's Hrs Defendant By virtue of a judgment and or- tenant house; and other buildings; der of sale of the Lincoln Circuit sijtuated in heart of the Blue Grass rich limestone soil in excelCourt, rendered at the May term, 1916, in the above cause for the lent state of cultivation; in Lincoln near towns of Danville. Lansum of $100.00, with interest at the rate of 6 per cent, per annum from caster and Stanford, "where there are the 1st day of April 1914 until paid, excellent churches and schools. Will and the further sum of $31.55, I be sold at a bargain. For particulars will offer for sale by public auction, address Mrs. W. R. Rice, Southern 57-- tf at the court house door in Stanford, Hoteh Jackson, Tenn. Ky., on MONDAY, AUGUST 14th, 1916 commissioner (County Court Day) .Plaintiffs at 11 o'clock, a. m. upon a credit of Elbert Florence, Etc vs. six months the following described Notice of Sale property,' in Lincoln county, Henderson Goff, etc.......Defendants Ky.,, beginning in the center of HarPursuant to a judgment rendered ris Creek, on the corner of L. A. in the Lincoln Circuit Court at its Rowsey, thence south to a locust: May Term, 1916, the undersigned thence east to a stone with L. A. Commissioner will on Rowsey line; thence south to a stone MONDAY, AUGUST 14th, 1916 and Spanish oak; thence west to c (County Court Day) stone in Andy Feistreistzer at 11 o'clock a. m., in front of the with county road to the be- court house door, in Stanford, Ky., ginning, containing 20 acres more offer for sale at public outcry, the following land on the waters of Huror less. The purchaser will be required tr ricane Creek, Lincoln county, Ky., execute bond with approved securitj beginning at two sycamores, growing immediately after the sale, due ii from one root; thence down a branch six months from date of sale, paya S 89, E 16 poles to a white oak and ble to copmissioner with approvec" hornbean, a corner to Fred Bechold; W 108 surety at lien retained to se thence his line N 23 poles to a poplar and black--oacure same. thence N 19, W 32 2 poles to a E. D. PENNINGTON, M. C. L. C. C. sfrtno in 'Rpnrild's linb. a corner to AW. T. Rice; thence with said Rice S W. S. BurcE, Attorney. ry, Commissioner's Sale s Sale to-w- it: line-thenc- e 6; 1-- 2, k; 1-- styled case," the undersigned commissioner will on 14th, 1916 MONDAY, AUGUST (County Court Day) at 11 o'clock a. m in front of the at 11 o'clock a. m., in front of the court house door in'" Stanford, Ky., offer for sale" at public outcry, the following described realty in Lincoln county, Ky. Tract 1 A tract of Knob Lick Lincoln land near Milledgeville, county, Kentucky and described as follows: Beginning at a white oak corner to R. C. Durham, Rucker and Russell, W with R. C. Durham's line to John McCormack's corner, thence S with a Bruce line to a point on top of hill, thence east with M. S. Russell to white oak bush, Bell's line, thence N with Bell's line to the beginning and containing 20 acres more or less. Tract 2 A tract of land near Milledgeville in Lincoln county, Ky., beginning at a beech and two hickory stumps near Rout's corner on the county road, thence W with county road to Wm. Alford's and McCormack's corner, thence S with and McCormack's line, and line to a George McCormack's stone, in Bruce and George McCor-mac- k, Sr., line, and thence E with Bruce and McCormack's line to a white oak to Lula McCormack and George Durham; thence N with George Durham's line to a stone, thence E with George Durham's line to county road, thence N with county road to. the beginning, containing about 60 acres. There is excluded from boundary, however, one and one-ha- lf acres sold to George Pruitt; two acres sold to John Allen; two acres sold .to G. A. Dinwiddie. Said sale is made on a credit of six months, purchaser to execute bond payable in six months with interest at six per cent from date of sale until paid, with approved surety; lien retained on land sold, "having force and effect of judgment. E. D. PENNINGTON, Al-for- d'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. ROBINSON'S 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. You Can Buy Oxfords and Pumps at Greatly Reeuc- ed Prices Now, and you will need a Pair for the Fair W. E. PERKINS, I Crab Orchard, Kentucky ' ' M. C. L. C. C. " , Wv ; r & m i a' . '8&-- .', ( ; The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky-- : Friday, August 4, 1916, Admission 25 and 15 Cents Special Park For Automobiles Road building most complete. Special arrangements of concessions in in Center Ffeld. No more crowded grove. THE BROD AUGUST 16, 17 I HAVEYOU WEAK LUNGS? "Do colds settle on jour chest or in your bronchial tubes? Do coughs hang on, or are j'ou subject to throat troubles? Such troubles should have immediate treatment viththe strengthening povers ot tocott's. ismuision to guara againbt .consumption whicu so easily ioiiows. Scott's Emulsion contains purecodliver oil wnicn peculiarly strengthens the res- piratory tract ana improves tne quality 01 the blood; the glycerine in it soothes and heals the tender membranes of the throat. bcott's is prescnoea oy tne Dest special- ists. You can get it at any drug store. m AD FA 9 dy. JMiss August 17th is Lincoln County Day Reduced Rates on Rail- No Races: Better Premiums roads. Roberts' United grounds-o- ver Shows on the 200 performers. A lo. 191 SSSXEiBs Change of Free Attractions. Bigger and Better than ever. The First National Bank . Of Stanford, Ky., Right Reverend Father Abbott, of Cullman, Ah., and Father Osmond, of Danville, wave gruetts here this week of Father Leo at Glienheim. General Bookkeeper J. T. Embry, of the Auditor's office at Frankfort, and Capt. J. L. B. Coffey, clerk of j the penitentiary, came home Thurs wav t0 vote Saturrinv. 1 j An auto load of Brodhead fair I w f Capital, $50,000.00 Surplus and Profits, $31,000.00 This Bank and its Predecessor Make it one. of the I Bcott & Bowne, Bloomfield. N. J. , Very Oldest Banks South Of The Ohio River It Combines Absolute Safety with Satisf acto-17 Ik Bright. Hon. W. G. Gooch has heen on the sick list for several . days at his home in the Goshen section. John Arnold, of Louisville, spent Friday with Mr. and Mrs. R. M. New-lan- d here and at Crab Orchard is :v: truest of Mr. and Mrs. W. M the ::r:i cirV li;f. tbifs wppV. Mice Pntinv ATponlf Miss Mary Early has been on the nf PiTiPville. Tennessee to buy sheen and look over boosters went through Stanford ear-- land values. Wc Vine Koon topoiVoJ lint. a tiojy Friday morning en route to the Danville Fair. In the car were Sec- - L. Wearen Hushes, of Memnhis. h.is retarv John Robins, flnsliior nA been on the sick list for some time Mrs. A. M. Hiatt, Everett "Watson and is recuperating at Hot Springs axk. and Miss IJa Carson. Mrs. U. V. W. Darlington, of Mrs. E. J. Brown returned to W. Va., and Mrs. R. T. Asheville, N. C, with Mrs. Russell Brown this week, and will ho tho Fewell, of Rock Hill, S.4 C, spent guest there of her two sons, Messrs. Thursday with her former schooljvusseii ana, rrescott .Brown, who mate Mrs. J. G. Carpenter. Jr.. at doinS splendidly in business "Crab Orchard. . S.re there. Miss Nannie Kennedy, of Mont" GARRARD FARM SELLS AT $122. gomery, Ala., is here the guest of The farm of the late Mrs. EhfiCM her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Eb Kenne- - J. West sold Tuesday afternoon in . Bar-boursvil- le, Esther Burch, oi this city, and Mrs. Margaret James, of Crab Orchard, left this week for Atlantic City and other resorts for a couple of weeks. Paul Finch and Ferry Ballard, of the East End, passed thro' Stanford early in the week on their way to liliwh EverIntSreoieirt Pure;e6etablc 2iFfflVEGEIABLEKlNERAl KEDEONES zup iBSfe .. 111 JB'f ' s If vou Trerc as cureiul o: the mcU:c:ncs you late you are anxious about the disease t 's taker fu: when sick as a wonderful difference in your future health wou'.d :esu'f. In a vegetable product like S.S.S. there is no vio'cr.t aft:r ef-lillwa'v ; fnnnrl in mineral medicines. but a natural an cf- means of reaching the blood and purifying it, so ficicnt that it may perform its functions readily. any mineral is a nsisui wisum m wi m jwm Rsaeiabsr dl!!cste int2ri:r. Demand genuine THE MINE IS THE S. S. S. at your druggist, it is pureSOUUCE OSVIOIEHT ly vegetable and the Standard MINERAL D2UCS Xlood llcmedy. -- ! 1 Trfi"B Swift Specific Go. Atlanta, Ga &srja 3BS JEltfarlTwspJMiBfcM mam Garrard at $122 an acre. There are in the place which is loca283 aci-eted six miles from Lancaster on the Kirksville and Hiattsville pike. J. B. and E. L. Woods were the purchas- ers. Live stock sale at the same time mule, sold were One three-year-old to W. R. Cook for $83 and a foux year to same party for 164. Ono horse mule to J. 1. four year-ol-d Ham-ltofor $100 and a mare, ajvl colts to Tom Chestnu-- ior two mule $135. Col. 1. i". uunu, ui. x;w. was the auctioned n, Springs. Springs, spending a few days of recreation. Misses Elizabeth. Nancy and Sara Hunn are visiting Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Mrs. Ibbie Dyehouse, is at Alum Service, and Invites New Accounts upon its Merits for its Strength and Superior LeCompt, at Frankfort. W. L. McCarty is in Louisville and will drive back a new Dodge touring car. which he has sold. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. McAlister, are Special Demonstration and Sale The stockholders of the State Bank & Trust Co. are hereby notified that a dividend of Ten Per Cent, has been declared and is now to their credit in the First National Bank and subject fo their checks. FIRST NATIONAL BANK, s Aug. 4, 1916. Stanford, Ky. Personal and Social Mrs. Claudia Holman is using a ,coffey mill that was carried thru the by her grandfather Carson. Mrs. John H. Shanks returned Thursday from Lebanon where she had been with Mrs. R. H. Putman. Mrs. T. J. Hill, Jr., was hostess of a bridge party on Tuesday morning complimentary to Miss Ollie Baldwin, guest of Mrs. Shanks. Mrs. Frank Prewitt, of Covington and Miss Jennie Daugherty, of Davenport, Iowa, have been the guests of Miss Mollie Daugherty. Mrs. Luther Willis, of Shelbyville, has been named as First Vice Presi- I I J who is quite ill. Mrs. George Cooner. of Hockins. Florida, is here, the "uest of her un-wcle, H. C. Rupley and family. Mrs. W. A. Mobley went to Louisville this week, for a stay with her niece, Mrs. C. D. Stucky. Mrs. George G. Menefee left this morning for Knoxville to join her ar at the bedside of her grandmother, Mrs. McKee Riffe is in Cincinnati ily. Mrs. Shelton M. Saufley entertained at Auction Bridge, very informally, on Saturday afternoon in honor dent of the Kentucky Federation of of Miss Ollie Baldwin, of Richmond, Woman's Clubs to succeed Mrs. W. who is the guests of her sister, Mrs. T. Lafferty, resigned. Will Shanks. husband. Mrs. Ed Oaks and children left Wednesday for Bardstown to visit Mr. and Mrs. David Byrnes and fam- Whew, It'sHot! " M Let's go and get some good old When you're hot and thirsty, or just for fun, there's noth- - I ing comes up to it for delicious- - V ness and real refreshment. f x 1nM Q& a WvSkC &k M Demand the genuine by full name nicknames encourage substitution. WvCjy fc THE COCA-COL- A CO, ATLANTA, GA. tMmMmMmmmm THiii yy i '' k v SPECIAL TRAIN EXCURSION receiving congratulations upon the arrival of a baby daughter at their home on the Milledgeville pike. Misses Lucille Dudderar and Anna Katharine Matheny, have returned from a visit to friends and relatives at Lexington and Versailles. Joe H. Murphy, of McKinney, Texas, has .ioined his wife and children at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Hill, Sr., in the country. Mr. and Mrs. John Spoonamore left Wednesday for Cleveland, Texas where they will make their home in the future, much to the regret of their many friends. Miss Rebecca Inman, of Pineville, is the truest of her uncle. Mr. W. L. McCarty and family here. Miss Thelma Francis, who has been visiting her, returned with her. Prof. A. N. Atterberry, of Grays-vill- e, Tenn., and G. H. Cutis, of Nashville, Tenn.,visited Mr. and Mrs. Harry Jacobs, Wednesday. Misses Elizabeth Louis Burk, Mary Elizabeth Owens and Louis May McDonald, charming young ladies of Junction Citv. are visiting Miss Ruth Tanner, at McKinney. Messrs. Delmer Manning and Chad Middleton, of Crab Orchard came down to be the guests of Misses Ruth and Anna Holtzclaw Saturday and Sunday. G. E. Manning, S. J. Bell, A. R. Spears, John Reichenbach and Perry Thomas motored over to Frankfort Thursday and spent the day seeing the sights of the capital city. Wesley Embry, of the Department of Education at Frankfort and Ernest Pepnles, of the Reform School Staff at Greendale, came home Wednesday in order to vote in the primary tomorrow. Mr. and Mrs. Silas Anderson, of Louisville, have been the guests here for several days of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Anderson, and at Carb Orchard with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Morgan. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Webber, of Sellersburg, Ind., are here vith her father, Mr. H. B. Smith, on Crab Orchard pike. Mrs. Webber is in poor health and it is hoped that the change may help her George G, Menefee went to Knoxville Wednesday to meet his brother, James T. Menefee and together they will motor thru in a Ford, planning to get here by Saturday in order to vote in the primary. Misses Elizabeth Higgins and Lis-s- a Holtzcla.w have returned from Hardinsburg, Breckinridge county, where they were the guests of Miss Mary Franklin Beard, who was with them at the College of Music at Cincinnati. Rev. Omar Foster, of Atlanta, Ga., came Thursday to visit his wife at the home of .her father, J. S. Hock-er-'s for several days. Rev. Foster, who is pastor of a Christian church in Atlant.a is on his vacation, and while away will hold revival services at Boston, Nelson county for a couple of weeks. Higgins Woods, of Cincinnati, who is just recuperating from a severe attack of appendicitis, of which he was operated upon in a Cincinnati hospital a short time ago, is here this week with his mother, Mrs. Auelia Woods. His many friends are glad to know that he is making" a nice recovery. Rev. A. A. Higgins, of Louisville, is here this week with his parents, Higgins, who is pastor of a large Presbyterian church in the Falls City is on a month's vacation given him by his church. After a short visit here he will go to Richmond, vu., ior a visit 10 nis urotner, ur, Harry Higgins and family. & Great Majestic Ranges THE RANGE WITH A REPUTATION" For One Week Only Commencing MONDAY, AUG. 7th DURING THIS WEEK WE WILL HAVE A SPECIAL DEMONSTRATOR FROM THE MAJESTIC FACTORY TO' EXPLAIN HOW THE MAJESTIC IS MADE AND WHY IT IS ABSOLUTELY THE BEST RANGE; WHY IT LASTS LONGER AND CUTS DOWN REPAIR EXPENSES; WHY IT BAKES BREAD EVENLY, TOP, SIDES AND BOTTOM WITHOUT TURNING; WHY IT USES SO LITTLE FUEL AMD SAVES FOOD WASTE. HE WILL EXPLAIN ITS LABOR SAVING CONSTRUCTION AND WHY IT HEATS AN ABUNDANCE OF WATER GOOD AND HOT A MIGHTY CONVENIENT AND USEFUL THING TO HAVE A BIG SUPPLY OF HOT WATER ALWAYS ON HAND ISN'T IT. TO BUY A RANGE BY MAIL IS ALMOST IT MAY BE "EXACTLY AS REPRESENTED" YET NOT WHAT CAN SEE EVERY PART OF THE MAJESTIC YOU CAN KNOW THAT YOU WILL DISCONTINUE USING THAT OLD, WORN-OUCOOKING. BUY A MAJESTFC THE RANGE WITH 25 YEARS QUESTIONS RELATING TO STOVES. T Children's Souvenir Day Tuesday of Demonstration Week, 3 to 5 :::::::::::::::::: RANGE. YOU WILL SAVE MONEY CERTAIN TO END IN DISAPPOINTMENT AND LOSS OF MONEY. YOU THOUGHT IT WAS NOR WHAT YOU WANTED. HERE YOU WHAT YOU ARE GETTING BEFORE YOU BUY. DECIDE NOW IN FUEL, REPAIRS AND REPUTATION. THE DEMONSTRATOR WILL ANSWER ANY P.M. 125 Majestic Aeroplanes FREE FUN FUN FUN Ma-iest- ic Mr and. Mrs. W. H. Higgins. Rev CINCINNATI AND RETURN Sunday, AUGUST '6th , t .5t a"i fcfr: J $1.50 JOUND TRIP Junction City-FROM SPECIAL TRAIN LEAVES A. M. JUNCTION CITY $100 S5 C. B. HARBERSON, Tic&et Agent JUNCTION CITY, KY. The readers of thl& paper will be pleased t learn that there is at least one dreaded disease that science has been able to euro in all its Etages, and that' is Catarrh. Ball's Catarrh Cure Is the only positive enre now known to the medCatarrh being a constitutional ical fraternity. treatment. disease, requires a constitutional Ilall'B Catarrh Cure Is taken internally, acting -directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system, thereby destroying the foundation tf the disease, and giving the patient strength by building up the constitution and assisting nature in doing its work. The proprietors havo bo much faith in its curative powers that they offer One Hundred Dollars for any case that it falls to cure. Send for list of testimonials. Address F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O. , Sold by all Druggists, 75c. Take Hall's Family Fills for constlpatlout . Reward, $100 Range Salesman, at our store, between 3 and '5 p. m. on Tuesday, written answers to the following questions, will receive one of these aeroplanes FREE. 1. Wkat is tlie name of your mother's range and how long has it been in use? 2. Give names of any persons you . Know needing a new ange. 3. Why is the Majestic known as the "Range with a reputation?" 4. What is your age? 5. When is vour birthday? $1.00 ARTICLE FREE The boy or girl giving the neatest ?md best answer to the third question may select anv $1.00 article from our stock in addition to the sou"" . venir. A PRIZE FOR EVERYBODY Don't be discouraged if you are not one of the 125 to get an aerot)lane. You will receive a Majestic Puzzle Card that will afford you many hours of amusement. Be sure to- have your answers ready to hand in at our store Tuesday afternoon, between 3 and 5. They must be written if you wish to .receive a souvenir or prize. - Boys and girls, old and young, you can have a world of fun with the Aeroplane. It is easily made to fly from 10 to 50 feet in the air. You will all want one. Don't fail to get yours. The first 125 boys and- -i pins who present to the Majestic This $8.00 Set ot Granite and Copper Ware FREE SPECIAL INDUCEMENT DURING OUR DEMONSTRATION WEEK ONLY, WE WILL GIVE WITH EVERY MAJESTIC SOLD, ONE HANDSOME SET OF KITCHEN WARE EVERY PIECE IS THE FINEST OF ITS KIND AND THE ENTIRE AS ILLUSTRATED. SET CANNOT BE PURCHASED FOR LESS THAN $8.00. THE PRICE OF THE MAJESTIC REMAINS THE SAME AS ALWAYS AND THE QUALITY OF THE STOVE THE SAME. THIS KITCHEN WARE IS AN OUT AND OUT PRESENT. SEE IT AT OUR STORE AS A EVERYBODY WELCOME YOU DO NOT WANT TO BUY A NEW RANGE RIGHT NOW, IT WILL BE WORTH YOUR WHILE TO ATTEND THIS DEMONSTRATION AND KNOW All ABOUT THE MAJESTIC RANGE. YOU ARE PLACED UNDER NO OBLIGATION TO BUY. EVEN THOUGH I Keep this Date in Your Mind's Eye August 7th. Bring your Neighbor with you. PENCE & HILL, Stanford. x ... . rf 4"" The Interior Journal, Stafford, KentuckTO riaay, Copyright 1916 1 Slip smokes into your system! jRtr You've heard many an earful about the Prinr.fi Albert patented process that cuts out hit and narrh anri i0c smoke your fill without a comeback! Stake your bank roll f'Lw that "Hvcs uui every nour or the day. b' Prince Albert has alwavs been snlri without coupons or premiums. We prefer to give quality! There's sport smoking a Dine or rolling your own, but you know that you've got to have the right tobacco! We tell you Prince Albert will bang the doors wide open for you to come in on a good time the national joy smoke firing up every little so often, without a regret! You'll feel like your smoke oast has been wasted and will be sorry you cannot back up for a fresh start. You swing on this say-s- o like it was a tip to a JfF.F -- a few Prince Albert R. J. Reynolds Tobacco by Danville Man's Letter C Makes Strong Appeal.. ,., Glad Advice For Weary One of the most humanitarian let- ters ever written was recently re- ceived at the great Tanlac Labora- tories. It is a remarkable letter from it's sense of humanity toward tern, and hearing my physician say "There is no cure for you" just eight months ago, I am a well and happy man. I can do a day's work j with more ease than I ever did in the past. My aid came thru an tablished remedy called Tanlac. It is a life preserver, and I gladly ' ommend it to any and all who think that life IS WOrth living. rec-tongu- ter suffering from a run down oys- JgJf I mankind. Jerome Ezra Taylor, E. F. D. 1, Ky., is not an orator he is not a man gifted with a silver His words are plain but 11 R ea e. fV.or onma ctv.oifrVif fvnm tt tVio ViPJirt truthful. sincere honest trustworthy I CT 1 T TT rp..1. thousand-dolla- r bill ! . !f 1 m riffmm :a; pvv- , ness and contentment to you, to every man who knows what can be WW gotten out of a chummy jimmy pipe or a makin's It's worth that in happi- Mr. Taylor is an artisan, a steam fitter by trade, his appeal for the relief of suffering humanity would al most wring a heart of steel touched the most calloused soul. The letter is as follows: Danville, Ky. To the public and building trades- It is just such letters as these from people who are grateful that has caused Tanlac to become famous from Maine to California and from the Great Lakes to the Gulf om Mex ico. R. F. D. 1, Danville, Ky. 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 2 miles from nearest railroad 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 stock farm. Located in good graded school district, splendid community, faces pike for about 2 mile and can easily be divided into two farms. The whole farm lays well and all can be cultivated. There is no waste land on the place. There is a three room tenant house, splendid large orchard. The owner of the farm adjoining this place has refused $125.00 per acre and land all around this farm has been selling for from $110.00 to $125.00 per acre. For quick sale price only $100.00 per acre. Terms one third cash and balance in one and two years. This blue grass sod is as rich as ice cream and will grow anything you put on it. It would make bumper croos in hemp, tobacco etc. 1-1-1-- I 10 eMB36l r.CO r vXS2X , .ft crtOVroeVo 1 -- cigarette with Prince Albert for packing"! J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO CO Tanlac is especially being introduced in Stanford, at the Penny Drug Store, E. R. Coleman, Prop. Tanlac may be obtained at the folmen: lowing nearby cities: Moreland, AbDo you suffer, due to overwork trying to earn a little harvest raham Minks; Hustonville, Adams McKinney, True & for your family "trying" do you Bros.; W. C. Bryant; Crab Co.; Ellis-burOrchard, understand? Lvne Bros.; Brodhead, John Rob- It is certainly hard when you are bins; Lancaster, R. E. McRoberts; sick to hear the doctor suggest a climate, savins "It is vour Bee Lick, J. Reynolds & Son; Waychance."- - I 'want to say this, af--' nesburg, W. A. Horton. last ' g, hio-hfi- r - SM sSjv aibSj 1 . tttf ,V T. .Bikcc, fSfry'ik cfV qo3U V.h 4niSwr. I NT $ ..A?,BW& red tin, and in Winjton-SaleN. C. fact, every Princo Albert package, has This is the reverse a real message-to-yo- u side ol the tidy on itsreverse side. You'll red tin read: "Process Patented July 30th, 1507." That means that the United States Govern ment has granted a patent on the process by which Prince Albert is made. And by which tonSue bite and throat parch are cut out I Every where tobacco is sold you 11 find Prince Albert awaiting you mtoppy red bags, 5c: tidy red tins, 10c"; handsome pound and tin humidors and in liisWS that clever crystal-glas- s humidor, with M sponge - moistener top, that keeps tha tobacco in such half-poun- R. THE Princo x Albert tidy I Myers & McClintock bought last week, 6 mules in Fleming county; 3 in Harrison, and 2 in Bourbon, at prices ranging from 100 to $175 each. Tom Pence sold the Southdown hiwlr wliirVi lie rwlvprtisi'fl in rhp - .T. last week to Jesse Bowling, on the Crab Orchard pike, for $14. Mr. Pence then bought a yearling ShropT- M v&Wk fine condition" always I the shire buck from Fox Dudderar for plantenlargement of their in Lexington. paid $20. which he Myers & McClintock, of Paris, George W. wam.jr, the popular sod Iast week to Chas Thompson of . stock buyer west of Perryville took LexinKton G muies at priccs rang-a train here Wednesday for East jing rm 130 to 5175 ech ccnpiuui LU uu ouiuc luuiu aiictrp. T. W. Jones, of Stanford, bought He and his partner, Mr. Harmon from J. R. Knox in Boyle this week bought 1,100 head on a recent trip 92 head of fat hogs that averaged to that part of the country. about 220 pounds, and shipped them Charles E. Butler, of Paris bought to the Cincinnati market. He paid 2 last ,week in Ohio, 45 head of high $9.12 a hundred pounds for grade registered Shorthorn cattle, them. 35 heifers from 6 to 13 months old, and 10 bulls, at a private price. Mr. fnaflli irmrr "KEOLDB s, Butler shipped his purchase to re-dryi- ng B. W. Leigh bought of D. C. Alshoats at 9 cents, len eight and sold to J. J. Russell a weanling calf for $24. James H. Haggard sold last week to H. H. Holliday, of Paris, a Shetland pony, runabout and naess' .Ior 1f."v iuyeis m acco Co., iuu is preparing to spend $150,000 in 50-pou- nd " iss" 1-- Dem-opoli- 1 yfflwfflmiiWiTmTriliifc Farm and Stock News M. F. $75r J. E. Allen, of Casey, bought of mare for North a four-year-o- ld four-year-o- ld Joe Hart, of Bourbon county, sold an aged mule to Myers & McClintock, of Paris, for $175. William King, of Brush Creek sold to Phillips Bros., of Lebanon, a mare mule for $150. Crain & Harmon, west Boyle stock buyers, bought five head of nice heifers from Thompson, at Riley's at 5 cents a pound, which averaged 2 700 pounds. From John lsaa.es, of Gravel witch, they secured five fancy heifers averaging 800 pounds at 7 2 cents; and from C. E. Powell, of Parksville, half a dozen heifers that averaged 800 pounds at 6 4 cents. 1-1-- Ala. REMEDYFORMEN. AT YOUR DRUGGIST. 1-- Ford Touring Car F. O. B. DETROIT 1916 ANNOUNCEMENT OF 19 1 6 k one. .mm Br s3MJwP DROP OF BOURBON POULTRY CURE down the throat o a gaping chicken, destroys the worms No. 138 180 acre farm one and one-ha- lf miles from Lebanon, Kentucky. Has large three story 12 room residence, halls, hath, 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 Abdut 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. $360 $345 m .1 Hughes & Swinehroad The Real Estate Men of Lancaster Come and let us sell you a farm in Garrard county, where five millions of pounds of the best tobacco is grown annually; where all the agricultural products grow abundantly; where the best live stock is bred; where the blue grass grows; where good schools, moral and hospitable people are attracting many home seekers. Lancaster, the county seat, has three banks, telephone exchange, electric light plant, creamery, splendid water works system, two flouring mills, grain and hemp warehouse,, tobacco warehouse, on the L. & N. railroad, one of the best graded schools in the State, having an endowment fund of $5.0,000 in addition to a $30,000 new school building. We can sell homes or choice lots near the school. Our price is the owner's price. We refer to any bank or to any official for proof that we will deal fairly with you; as we have done for ten years and have no dissatisfied customers. of all sizes and various locations and at various places but any farm priced No. 14. 201 acres, unimproved, fronting on two pikes, one mile from Lancaster, first class land in every particular, a number of fine building sites, susceptible of division from several smaller farms. Price $130 per acre. No. 15. 243 acres, four miles cut on pike, highly improved, mostly in grass, good land, ready for business, $75 per acre. No. 16. 225 acres in State of Indiana, 45 miles north of Louisville on B. & O. R R., fertile land and good improvements, will sell or exchange for other property. No. 18. 125 acres, right at town, old time brick residence, large rooms brick outbuildings, attractive home, good land, susceptible of making a suburban division, a number of fine building lots, fronting on street, but we vmust sell as a whole, has never been on the market until now. Further particulars and price on application. No. 19. 200 acres, on pike, four miles from Lancaster, very high class improvements, large handsome residence, large barns, silo, etc. Can be divided into two or three or more farms, but we must sell as a whole at $150 per acre. No. 20. 117 9 acres by survey, one mile from pike on macadam road large residence, new tobacco barn, stock barn, good land, limestone soil, a bargain at $11,000. No. 21. 147 acres 1 2 miles from town on pike, fair improvements, good land, very productive, partly rolling, can be divided, price as a whole, $80 per acre. No. 22. 60 acres, on pike 4 2 miles from Lancaster, good land all in grass, 6 room dwelling, stock barn, tobacco barn and other outbuildings, improvements all new. 1-- iiVB , Ford Runabout " SIS PRr3Vr3NTS BOURBON POULTRY and saves'the chick's life. A few drops in the drinking water cures an" . DISEASE HAS NO EQUAL I" For the treatment of White Diarrhoea in chicks and Blackhead and other diseases in turkeys CURE t F. O. B. DETROIT H. C. ANDERSON, Stanford FORD AGENT FOR LINCOLN COUNTY Tires Accessories Storage Repairing Phone 203 i I I ll III teca ' sauBBfi. ' " xi -,ui 111 wagi II II IMIMIMBIMII IIIBI I lrJE",My yyoagrrmi jxjjw;i IIBHIPIITITI iiihuimw Ersxiii, ii. ! fj We Will Save You Money on frigerators, Ice Cream Freezers, Coolers, Etc. ALSO LAWN MOWERS AND GARDEN TOOLS. Re- "I am a large breeder of fancy poultry and show birds. I have been using Bourbon Poultry Cure for the past seven years and never lose a chicken with disease, and I attribute my success to the use of this wonderful remedy. 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 friend-- 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. s One 50c bottle makes 12 gallons of medicine. Sold in Stanford by The Lincoln. Pharmacy Improved and unimproved farms at its market value. In the East capitalists are hunting real estate. 1-- No. 139 No. 1. 130 acres, on pike, 4 2 miles from Lancaster, good land, slightly rolling, well improved, at $90 No. 2. 171 acres, 4,1-- 2 miles on main pike, fine land and well located, good improvements, at $135.00 1-- GEORGE H. FARRIS. :SEE per acre. Mr. Farmer It is time you were seeing about that 1-- The John Deere Sta; Sulkey Plow The Newest Out, Before Buying E. T. PENCE ! Reap-e- r No. 3. 191 acres on pike 1 2 miles from town, land very fertile, tenant house and two large tobacco barns. Price $120.00 per acre. No. 4. 124 acres on good road, mile from pike, rich land, partly 2 rolling, brick Louse and tobacco barn. $85 per acre. No. 5. 125 acres, 4 mile from pike, 1 2 miles from railroad, good land, fair improvem,ents, a bargain at $75 per acre. No. 6. 310 acres on pike, 2 miles from good village, residence, stock, barn and tobacco barn, well watered mostly in grass,- - hemp and tobacco, land ready for cultivation. A moneymaker at $65 per acre. No. 7. 200 acres of as good land as there is in Kentucky, 1 2 miles from Lancaster, on pike, well improved at $150 an acre. No. 8. 80 acres unimproved, adjoining No. 7, on pike at $135 per r 1-1-1-1-- per acre. 1-- acre. HEMP REAPERS Leave your order with us for a Hemp now. The are getting scarce. - W. H. '--- HIGGINS --- No. 9. 440 acres, one mile from pike on good road, first class land, good residence, tenant house, five large barns, concrete pools. A -maker either as an investment or to live on. Price $100 per acre. No. 10. 600 acres, 1 2 miles from pike, well improved, residence and tenant houses, several barns, fine land, well watered. Can sell the whole at $65 per acre, or will sell off smaller tracts at attractive prices. No. 11. 150 acres on pike, good land, well improved, good neighborhood, three miles from small town. Price $90 per acre. No. 12. 56 acres of fine land, one mile from Lancaster, small residence, large tobacco barn and other improvements. $125 per acre. No. 13. 97 acres one mile from Lancaster, on pike; fine land and new improvements. $125 per acre. money1-- 68 acres, five miles from Lancaster, on pike, right at school and churches, accessible to two other county seats, small residence, large barn, good, young orchard, fine location for dairyman or stock man. Price on application. No. 23 104 acres1, highly improved, two miles from Lancaster, splendid land. Price $135 per acre. No. 24. A good business proposidwelling with tion; large basement for kitchen, dining room, etc., large livery barn, two story upper floor, hard-woo- d maple, used foi; dance hall or skating rink, two small houses, will always rent. Located on railroad, In small, but splendid business town. A moneymaker for the right man. Price $4,500 or will trade for farm. 60 acres on pike, No. 24 near town, very fertile, big tobacco barn and residence; $85 per acre. No. 25. A number of cottages and residences and building lots and business houses in Lancaster and suburbs at attractive price either for homes or for investment. No. 26. We always have on our list other properties, farms, dwellings stocks of goods, in fact all kinds of properties either for sale or trade. No. 27. To the man w"ho wants to sell SEE US. If you want to sell at public auction your farm and stock and crops, let us "pull off" the sale for you, we will make you 1-- 2. 1-- 2. $5,000.00. No. 23. YouVe been thinking of building for 'some time. SILO 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. No. 140 45 acres. Seven dwelling, barns etc. room cottage Good well Inno other way can you obtain such feed economy for your stock. right house, never failing springs etc. All in cultivation and pasture. This place located on the Main street of good town. Price $4500.00. Terms at .You cannot spend any money on your farm to better advantage. And the only kind of silo to have is a Hughes & McCarty REAL ESTATE STANFORD, - - KENTUCKY Concrete Silo Which is there forever when you have it made Commissioner's Sale Rumley Products Co vs. William .Plaintiff Defendant PHILLIPS BROS., STANFORD, KY. Commissioner will on MONDAY, AUGUST Pursuant to a judgment rendered in the Lincoln Circuit Court at its May Term, 1916, the undersigned 14th, 1916 Gutman Corner Main and Depot Streets, STANFORD, KENTUCKY Hughes & Swinebroad The Real Estate Men Lancaster, Kentucky (County Court Day) at 11 o'clock a. m., in front of the court house door, in Stanford, Ky., offer for sale at public outcry to the highest and best bidder, the- following personalty: One Gaar Scott, single cylinder thresher engine, No. 12,642; one Garr- - 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 6 from June 17, 1913, and is made on a credit of 90 days, purchaser to execute bond to Commissioner with approved security, bearing 6 from date of sale, lien retained on property sold. E. Dv PENNINGTON, 36-inch No. 20573; one Scott 36-inr ch cylinder 56-in- ch rear 1-- -.- 1 . M. C. L. C. C. 1 I . A