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The Interi 62 w (0 Stanford, Lincoln County, Kentucky, uesday, Aygust 8, 1916 Journal This Label Is Either a B " ceipt or a Bill. Does It Saj $ o?. Tuesdays and Fridays "RADS" HAND HELM GALLOPS "DAVY" LEMON UNDER WIRE Jealousy of G. O. P. Leaders In Race for Congressional Nomination Other Counties Causes Defeat of In Eighth Proves Walkover for Life Long Party Worker. Lincoln County Man. The democratic race for Congress in the Eighth district was really no race. Congressman Harvey Helm was renominated by the democrats by over 5,500 majority over Senator Charles F. Montgomery. Helm carried every county in the district except his opponent's home county of Casey, and this only went 81 majority for Montgomery. A very light vote was cast in the democratic primary all over the district, probably about 50 per cent of the normal vote. For several weeks it had been apparent that Montgomery had no chance, and in most of the counties of the district his friends made no efforts whatever, having neither money nor organization, with both of which his opposition was well provided. Lincoln county was probably the only county of the district in which a vote near normal was polled, and this was gressman Helm's friends were deter-largedue to the fact that that he should carry his home county by a large majority. The election passed off quietly all over the district. The result seems to have been accepted in good spirit by all, and those who were strongest in their opposition to Helm before the primary are now vieing with each other in assurances of loyalty and support for him and the entire democratic ticket in November. The majorities rolled up by Helm in the counties of the Eighth district, are unofficially as follows: 880 Lincoln t 210 Adair ly ed Vote in Lincoln County Primary o BIG FIRE LOSS CHAUTAUQUA TO GRAND JURY AT McKINNEY. ON THIS WEEK WITHOUT BAIL a 53" PRECINCTS 'W 3 fD o o 53 West End Folks Will Have Privilege Commonwealth Makes Out Very Bad Hotel, Livery Stable, Stoe and D. S. Riffe's Residence Wiped Out by Of Attending Delightful EnterMurder Case Against Slayer Flames Sunday Night. tainments at Hustonville of Renzo King. The promoters have everything arMcKinney, eight miles southwest John Baker was held to await the ranged for a most delightful series action of the Lincoln county grand of Stanford, and one of the most of entertainments at the Hustonville jury without bail at his examining thriving little communities on the 43 Chautauqua the latter part of this before Judge Bailey in the county Q. & C. railroad, was visited by a 29 154 Stanford No. 1 .. next. 107 week and the first of crowds Indica- court here Tuesday morning, on a destructive conflagration about 10 39 . 103 Stanford No: 2 .. will be that 88 tions now are day. bigmost attractive charge of murdering Renzo King at o'clock Sunday night, which wiped 24 140 Stanford No. 3 .. present each A Moreland, Sunday, August 2d. out the McKinney hotel, the McAn-inc- h 15 14 55 Stanford No. 4 .. has been arranged and in livery stable, Masters & Bow-yeaAccording to all the evidence in23 21 77 program to 95 Crab Orchard No. 1 the regular list of enter- troduced by the commonwealth, the addition Q general merchandise store, and 28 35 132 Crab Orchard No. 2 Radcliffe killing was one of the most "cold- the residence of D. S. "Kifft-- . The 41 67 19 tainments sent out by the 119 Hustonville No 1 speakers for blooded" murders committed in Lin- loss is a very heavy one, reaching in8 60 bureau a splendid list of 28 46 Hustonville No. 2 secoln county in many years. The tes- to thousands of dollars. It is under5 44 the morning lectures have been 31 42 Hustonville No. 3 cured. timony of Baker's own brother, Wm. stood that the only insurance car12 33 30 137 4 Hustonville No. On Friday, August 11th, the open8 60 52 ing day of Chautauqua, Hon Mat S. Baker seemed sufficient to send the ried was $1,750 on the hotel build118 Waynesburg No. 6 22 49 Cohen, State Commissioner of Agri- accused to the electric chair. And ing carried by the Messrs. M'Aninch, 105 Waynesburg No. 6 16 41 culture will address the Chautauqua it was corroborated in every essen- who bought it a short time ago from 46 Waynesburg No. tial detail by the testimony of Levi Masters & Bowyer. The hotel was on one of the most interesting sub- Kelly, who was the only other eye being operated by George Lay and 98 660 jects .1292 412 Totals day. All farmers and witness to the tragedy. wife. 880 562 tihose of the Majorities -. interested in agriculture in According to their testimony, The fire is reported to have startany form should and doubtless will without the slightest provocation for ed in the livery stable, and to have be present. Friday will be known such an act, John Baker went to his been caused by a lantern being overas Agricultural Day. home, secured a big corn knife and turned near a barrel of gasoline. SPLENDID CITIZEN GO.IE QUIET PRIMARY IN GARRARD Saturday, August 12th will be returning to where King, Kelly and This building was soon a mass of Away AliRipe designated as Educational Day. The Wm. Baker were, without a word flames, and as there is no water Helm and Davison Get Majorities-Art- hur Alfred Davis Passes committee has been most fortunate other than a curse to King, split his works system or means of fire proAge in East End. Old in securing Dr. R. H. Crossfield, the head open with the heavy blade. Rankin Has Typhoid. tection in the town, the adjoining president of Transylvania University 'i According to these two witnesses, buildings soon caught fire also, and Lincoln county lost a good feitizen at Lexington, as the speaker for this there had been no previous trouble it was then just a question of how Lancaster, Aug. 8 The Garrard county primary elec- when .the spirit of Mr. Alfreq Davis day. Dr. Crossfield is an orator of between the two men. Kelly testi- well the scope of the fire could be tion passed off quietly, there being a took its flight to mansions abjve at rare ability and needs no introduc- fied that King and John Baker had limited. Several buggies were burnlight vote cast by both parties The noon Sunday. For almost all of his tion to a Lincoln county audience. been "playing or scuffling" previous ed in the stable, but all the horses following are the complete returns long life of 85 years he had been The bare announcement that he will to Che affair, but said that it was of were gotten out safely. A considfrom the nine precincts of Garrard, identified with the people of; Crab speak will suffice to insure a large such a trifling and inconsequential erable amount of furniture was also the candidates' names being abbre- Orchard section and he wa?;loved attendance. nature that he paid no attention to it taken out of the hotel before the Fr Monday, August 14th is Health and thought nothing of it. viated : H for Helm ; M for Montgom- and honored by them all.Dav the flames licked it up, and Mr. Riffe had Day. The morning address will be ery, N for Neat and D for Davison: past several years Mr. was represent- saved most of defendant but noC until delivered by Surgeon John McMul-le- ed The Attorney J. who Owsley, did not household effects.his furniture and D N been in feeble health, M H S. by ...82 61 28 22 the last few weeks did his coidition a member of the U. S. Health take the stand, and the commonCourthouse G. H. Masters, who operates a livDropsy andother Service, who is now stationed at Lex- wealth introduced only a few wit- ery stable in Stanford and makes 119 49 25 24 grow so serious. East Park... 4 16 troubles were too much for hi frail ington, in charge of the trachoma nesses. A large crowd was present this city his home now, was in bed, 37 28 West Park 9 body and the end came soonethan hospital. 72 25 13 . Bryantsville He has been detailed by and court had to be held in the cir- when awakened by a phone call, 92 14 20 10 was expected. The, burial took that department to lecture at Hus- cuit court room upstairs, a great which briefly told him that his store W. Bryantsville 7 place in Crab Orchard Cemetlry at tonville Chautauqua. Dr. McMullen deal of interest being manifested in was afire. 654 Boyle 39 Buckeye r He jumped into his Monday morning wen a is a splendid speaker and lecturer. 550 4 20 10:30 Mercer 97 21 Paint Lick case in the Wast End of the clothes and broke many speed reccrowd of friends and Joved His subject will embrace several top- the 10 1 5 8 Shelby 2 great 2 28 Walker's Sch county where Mr. King was so well ords in his car getting to the scene. . 375 7 20 ones gathered to pay their ropects Spencer 11 Union - 65 slight discrep- to their neighbor and friend of many ics pertaining to good health. This known and esteemed. His widow and He and his partner, Mr. Bowyer had 420 Garrard will be an interesting and instructive son, James King, and his brother-in-laThere may be some planned to move their stock of goods 375 Jessamine ancies in these figures, but the fol- years. Eld. Jasper G. Liviigston lecture. Sheriff J. D. Taylor of Casey to Stanford at an early date and 870 Madison lowing was the estimate of each can- preached an appropriate funeril serThese three lectures are free to all county were preesnt at the examining open a store here, and had let insur605 Anderson didate's entire vote: Helm 631, Mont- mon. Mr. Davis had been a member who will come, and the public gen- trial of his slayer. County Attorney ance on the goods while in McKingomery 202; Davison 171; Neat 130. of the Christian church practically erally is urged to be present. W. S. Burch conducted the case for ney, expire, so that their loss is survived ly-- one On Sunday forenoon at 11 o'clock the prosecution. probably a couple of thousand dolHelm Should Go Higher, Says The Lancaster Woman's Club is all of his life. He is Gover, ani tvo child, Mrs. Maggie James King, son of the murdered lars. He says that he saved about preparing for a very attractive en- grandsons, Wallace Gover nd Shirley union church services will be held in Advocate. The DanvHe Advocate, which has tertainment to be given on Friday Gover, and in their loss they' have the Chautauqua tent. The Chautau- man, was put on the stand first and a third of the stock of the store. qua director, a noted minister of the testified simply to the fact of his fa- This was brought to Stanford and evening, August 11th, for the benefit a consistent opponent of Conbeen sympathy of jjtheir gressman Helm for several years, in of the library. Mrs. Emma Kauff-ma- the unbounded Mr. Davis' wife, died gospel, will address the public. "Ev- ther's wounds and death. He has placed in the old State Bank storemany friends. its issue Monday had this of interest chairman of 'the Library De- when Mrs. Gover was less .than a eryone is cordially invited to be pre- been working in Cincinnati and was room, where Mr. Masters will probsent on this delightful occasion. The there at the time of the tragedy. ably open for business shortly. partment, has charge of the program in connection with his victory: Vy the "Congressman Harvey Helm deThe good people of McKinney Levi Kelly, one of the eye witnesswhich promises to be very interest- month old and she was raised to her full program of entertainments durdevotion ing, including several numbers by fond father whose was fully recipro- ing the Chautauqua at Hustonville, es, was next put on the stand. He said turned out en masse and did every feated Charles F. Montgomery in the MORELAND is as follows: primary for the Democratic nominathat Sunday morning, August 2, he thing they could to save property that gifted Stanford girl, Miss Berta was beautiful. It Last Monday, the Casey county Jean Penny, who will furnish violin cated, however, and the two were tion for Congress last Saturday by and Wm. Baker met Mr. King at his and prevent spread of the flames. First Day Agricultural Day Mr. Davis is companionable. to move in a barn door. John Baker came by and Had it not been for their hard work, a majority of 5,671 votes. Helm authorities undertook Walter Tarter, music and probably one of her rare most survived by a sister, Mrs.J Sara Afternoon and Night. whistling solos. Miss Elizabeth Ford also all were laughing and talking. Wm. it is probable that the entire village carried every county in the district wagon, Oscar and Gus-taThe Mysterious Mflburns. four miles save Casey, the home county of from their home aboutCasey county of this city, a graduate in expression E. Carter, of Rowland. Baker said something to King about would have been wiped out. Milburn is a clever magician selling him a heifer, and they all deMontgomery. Congressman Helm is west of town, to the at Sayre Institute, Lexington, will victims of pellafarm. Property of all kinds can alway3 a general favorite among the people, gra and They were serious condition. contribute several readings, while and his charming wife is his capable cided to go down into the pasture The Sick Folks were in a other gifted entertainers will comand his friends say that he should Oscar couple who and look at her. Kelly said that on be kept protected from destruction assistant. An attractive Tarter died on the way and plete the exercises. King and make the race for United States Sen- his entertain the way down there and scufflingJohn if you see Jesse D. Wearen, inthe Inbrother, Walter, was in a dying time. Baker were playing but surance Man, of Stanford ator or Governor. As a campaigner condition when Liberty was reached. Monday' quotation by the Garrard Mrs J. W. Acey is at the home of delight the children and Dexterity, mystery, no one thought anything of it or he has few equals in the CommonMilling Company shows wheat sell- her mother Mrs. Wm. Hughes in Lan- their parents. said that wealth. It goes without saying that It is was causedconsiderable excite- ing at $1.35 per bushel, 200 bushels caster, suffering with appendicitis, and humor make up their fascinating paid any attention to it. They lookHUSTONVILLE when it was learned at the heifer and John Baker went he can stay in Congress as long as he ment having been delivered by Fisher with which she was stricken while at program. ed in a wagon a man was James Cash has had a large force home and then came back to where wishes. He will be renominated next on that public squaredead Liberty. week. She is show the in The Hughes at that price, 300 bushels by Elixir Serines lats Ellsworth Plumstead. The inimi the rest were. Kelly said he was sit of men at his farm on the Liberty time without opposition. We do not body was buried in the potter's field A. S. Dean, of the Bryantsville sec- ing some improvement her friends table impersonator, in his mission of ting under a chestnut tree, King was pike, the Frye place, putting up his believe that there is a man in the tion, at the same figure, and 500 will be glad to know. Glenwood ite-ilEighth district who will ever again in the was placed cemetery.- Walter bushels sold by W. R? Cocc, of Lan-- , mirth .Changing at will- - from the standing, a few feet away and Wm. hay J. C- - Florence continues L pest Remember, Chautauqua begins tackle him. The Advocate is for Tarter hill west of in th cpunty house caster, at $1.35. Monday's price ,on at his home on East Main street. His awkward age of "my sister's feller's Baker was in the lane or roadway. the farm corn by this same firm was $4.90 a Kelly said when John Baker came here Friday, the 11th. Everybody's Helm henceforth, as on two acca-sio- on the physicians believe that his trouble is best girl's brother" to the aged Ezra the voters have shown that but news came later that he did not barrel. caused by a slight leakage of a blood singing bass. His laugh is catching back, he (Kelly) just looked up as. going; come, too. long survive. Misses Nancy and Lucile Wood, of they are for hivn by an overwhelming John Baker passed him and struck Rice Terrill gave a large par- vessel on the brain. There seems to Mr. George nice majortiy. Senator Montgomery is frame dwelling Pruitt had a miles ty Mr. be a slight paralysis of the facial and back of his fun is many a lesson at King with a corn knife. He said Lexington were guests last week of Monday evening at his home in tht about three one of the best Democrats in the from town destroyed by fire last east suburb, the invitation list in- muscles and his friends are uneasy for good. that absolutely nothing had happen- Prof, and Mrs. S. S. Robinson. high-tone- d gentleed before that. He said that King "Aunt Mary" Logan celebrated district. He is a over his condition. Ir. Kingling was living in cluding both the junior and senior Second Day Educational Day and John Baker had been playing her 85th birthday last week at the man. He has been the dry leader in Monday. all of his possessions were sets of society folks. Coe Moser is at the home of his Afternoon and Night. two legislatures and has the good it. Most and scuffling; not wrestling or fight- home of her daughter, Miss Mack destroyed. The cause of the fire is Mrs. Ethel Darnold, who is spend- parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Moser in will of the dry people who compose unknown. Coleman. Bandmaster ing; and if either was mad he didn't Logan. Edward ing her vacation period here at her the country, on the sick list. Oscar and Walter Tarter, of the know it. Kelly said that he told a large majority of the voters of this baby girl of former home, goes shortly to WinniThe Hill has been forced to take and versatile musician, will play pop- John Baker: "Don't do that," when Sand Knob section, were started to Lee district, but even with that strength Mr. and Mrs. Joe Newell died and sign lanat he could make no headway. A very was buried at the Sandidge burying peg, Manitoba, to teach thedeaf. Miss a short rest from his dutiesBank, the ular and operatic numbers on the he saw that Baker was about to hit Liberty a few days ago to be taken by saxaphone, flute, piccolo, horn, cor- King with the knife. He said that care of by Casey county. When they guage in a schoof for the Lincoln County National large number of democrats are free- ground Tuesday afternoon. Much Edna Gulley, daughter of the late illness. before that while the two men had reached Kidd's Store, Oscar died in ly expressing themselves that Helm sympathy is felt for the bereaved net and trombone. Mrs. Macrerie Brown Gulley, will also the John Miss Mattie Belle Thomas, of is too big a man for Congress and parents. Myrta K. Gilkinson. Has a sweet been scuffling and playing that don't the wagon. He was buried in was teach in the same school, both young cemetery at Liberty. Walter arrived Monday to be with Baker had said to him, "Why that he snould be elevated to some Mr. Earle Bell has returned from women having prepared themselves and well trained soprano voice of you make this man let me alone; I taken to the poor house to be cared higher field of usefulness." Williamsburg where he has held a fort his lucrative work at the Indi- her brother, David A. Thomas,atwho his wonderful range and power. Her don't like to be a playfng." Kelly for but died also a few days later. ill with typhoid fever is quite nice position. He is working here anapolis institute. anartments here. Miss Morgan, a program will contain lighter iavor-ite- s said that King wasn't mad and if Both were ill of pellagra of which SOME ELECTION NOTES now at the depot as freight agent. parents had died about a year Miss Minnie Gulley complimented trained nurse of Lexington is also in was, he didn't know it. Kelly A woman has been nominated by The Moreland base ball team has as well as selections from lead- Bakerthat after Baker had struck their ago. her guests, Miss Katie Mae Dicker-so- n attendance. said congres-ionthe democrats of the First been engaged to play against the exCarroll McCormack, of Danville, and Prof. A. B. Crawford, repthis ing operas in which she has appear- King, he (Kelly) said to Baker "John News comes from Danville district of Kansas, for con- cellent nine at Liberty during the resentative of the Richmond Normal afternoon that Hence Overstreet, ed. you have killed that man," and Bak- is here on a visit to his grandparents gress. fair there. A great many are going Mrs. McCormack. Garrard Alexa Whitmire. Violinist and er replied "Yes, and you need one, Mr. and Mary Emmett is back from The race for the republican nom- from here and give the boys a boost School, here at theauto trip teachers' who was taken to the hospital there Logan Aunt last Fri- with typhoid fever, is somewhat im- pianist, charming at either instru too." Kelly said that King didn't fsll of which they need to bring back the institute, with an ination for Judge of the Court day evening to Crab Orchard Springs proved, after being very low. after he was struck and that he got Danville and Lexington where she Appeals in the Seventh or mountain almost sure, honors. ment, as soloist or in company with a handkerchief and tried to stop the spent a delightful time among relathe trio enjoying a 6 o'clock dinner Judge district, is close between Everyone should remember the big R. C. (Bub) Engleman was strickde- - blood which was gushing from the tives and friends. Flem D. Sampson, of Barbourville, Chautauqua at Hustonville the last at that famous resort. en with a second paralytic stroke on I chese other artists will add a Miss Annie Hicks, of the Fork was wound, and then he and Wm. Baker coun- of this week and buy season tickets. head of the Dan- Saturday and is in a very critical lightf ul feature to the concerts. Miss Dove Harris and Judge A. J. Kirk, of Pike get him to a doctor. He said here Saturday and Sunday on a visit tried to ty, with the chances seem to be fa- A great many here have already done ville business college, but a former condition. His face, tongue and Third Day Health Day. Julia McKinney. that King was in his shirt sleeves and to her sister, Mrs. Danville, voring Kirk. Several other leading so. This is one of the greatest Lancastrian, is enjoying her vacation throat are affected, and his physicians was here S. D. Yowell, of Afternoon and Night. his hands when John had nothing in republicans of the mountains were this community has months by a trip to the Lone Star and friends are very uneasy over him. Kelly was not Saturday on a business visit. The Lyric Glee Club. Four great Baker struck him. is overwhel- been able to offer its people for state, and is the guest of her nephew Mr. Engleman sustained his first atalso rans. The district Sam Burton and family, of Indiby mingly republican. many years and every one should Branham Beazley and wife at San tack of paralysis several months ago voices in ensemble, sketches, solos, Wm. Baker, brother of the accus- anapolis, left Sunday for their home Bull Moosers obtain- help out and make it a splndid suc- Angelo, Texas. The former one side, and an arm and leg being duets and trios. These fine young ed, told very much the same story as after a pleasant visit to his father, J. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Burnside and affected. He seemed to improve ed control of the republican organi- cess in every way. road. Lancaster, Mr. somewhat after spending some tjme men excel in all the arts of enter- Levi Kelly. He said he had heard no D. Burton, on the Middleburg home Louisville by nominating zation in The meeting at the Methodist daughters, of near Milton McCormack is back Baker and King. W. C. Owens for congress overDr. church closed last Thursday evening. Joe L. Francis, of this city joined at Martinsville, Ind., but is in very tainment that brings wholesome words between John He told of the trip they made to look after a week's visit to his sister, Mrs. Ryans and Dr. Bruner. Owens, who It was conducted by Rev. Clark, of Mrs. Mattie E. Fish, Mrs. Caltha bad shape since sustaining this last happiness. In "Fun in an his heifer in his mother's field. James H. Woods at Stanford. made the famous race as a democrat Richmond. Good crowds attended Newland and daughter and Mr. Ivon stroke. school" they recall the half at Uriah Dunn attended county court John Baker came by and popped a Springs for a most C. P. Breckinridge years and much interest was manifested. against W. Fish at Dripping forgotten days with the funny pranks few minutes and then went to the at Columbia last week. y picnic. ago, will be the republican nominee The school at Harris Creek, under enjoyable of Mrs. Mrs. J. W. Elmore, Mrs. David air invigoration by a trip to Crab the odd mistakes and the laughable house and shortly afterward came B. .Miss Nell Perkins, sister last week against Swager Sherley and seems the excellent supervision of Miss Min-ell- e Gover, went to Somerset Orchard Springs Sunday afternoon. situations. said he was not back. Wm. Baker to have no chance to win in the final. Pruitt, of this city, had a box Chenault and Miss Mary Elmore Miss Woods, of Lexington, has paying much attention to the other to visit her brother, W. R. Perkins. Vice President Marshall will prob- supper last Saturday night. Col. Jno. went to Richmond Friday to attend One of men but heard Kelly say "Don't do Col. George A. Gearhart. Print of last issue said J. W. Powbeen visiting Miss Mattie Adams at ably make the chief address at the Dinwiddie was auctioneer. A box of the funeral of the late Mrs. John C. the home of Mrs. Richard McGrath, the sanest and manliest of men. His that, and then turned and saw John ell lost $7, but it was worse than democratic state cam- candy was given to Miss Allie Owens Chenault. opening of the Miss Amanda Anderson has return and also her uncle, Mr. Thomas Chest- - popular lectures for the past twenty Baker strike King with a corn knife. that for Mr. Powell lost $17. paign in Winchester, Sept. 9 th. as prettiest girl. Wm. Burkett took M. Hoffman of Williamsburg, was Campbell Cantrill a number of young people over on a ed from taking a normal course ata nut on the Lexington road. Congressman years in churches, colleges and uni- Wm. Baker said he didn't see any here J. Saturday and says he is making Mr. and Mrs. George Phelps motscuffling or playing. He said that was renominated by the democrats hay wagon. All had a splendid time. school in Indianapolis and while in d visit versities have stimulated thousands. John Baker said "G you" to arrangements to rebuild the barn of the 7th district over R. E. L. Black leg is still prevailing among the Hoosier capital, visited her sis- ored down from Richmond to intenListening to him you rejoice that King before he struck him which on his farm which is occupied by J. Nel- Mrs. D. M. Lackey, with the Murphy, a young Lexington lawyer the cattle in this community. Mr. ters, Mrs. Mary Harris and Mrs. tion of taking her back with them for steadiness of aim, thoroughness of were the only words he heard from W. Rout, and which burned a few and formerly of Garrard county, by Wm. L. Neal lost a valuable heifer lie Voris. let a contract Mrs. Parker Gregory has gone to recuperation, but the popular Lan- thinking and power of eloquence are anyone except Kelly, and that King weeks ago. He hadthe structure to 8,000 majority. last week. Mr. Jones Baughman had said nothing. Baker said he didn't for the rebuilding of Asheville, N. C, with the-- hope of im- castrian deferred her visit till later, still with Fields, congressman from 40 of his fine calves vaccinated. W. J. M. of Hustonville. us. think there was anything out of the W.Wm. McKinney, house burned A pony and vaudeville show pitch- proving her declining health. Her as she has not yet sufficiently regainthe 9th. was renominated over last ordinary between his brother and Monday, Keeland's Mrs. W. A. Arnold, of ed her strength since her recent proW. Riley of Rowan coun- ed its tents here last Wednesday and sister-in-laJudge John and all he had in the dwelllonged illness. Baker told pracKing before that. Preachers Admitted Free. gave excellent shows two nights to Winchester, accompanied her. ty by a big majority. ing time. and Mrs. S. H. Anderson and Mrs. B. Rev. J.W. Beagle, wife and daughThe directors of the Knights of tically the same story as to other de- wife,at theparents of Pres Tarter WalJohn P. Haswell, won the republi- good crowds. Oscar and the visi- F. Walter contemplate a fortnight's Pythias Fair, which will be held at tails as Kelly had done and concludNews was received by relatives ter, of Georgetown, have been can nomination for congress in the ter Tarter, died in this house a year wrth 4th district and George P. Thomas and friends last Saturday that Mrs. tors of Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Holtzclaw. recuperative stay at Dripping Springs Stanford, August 23, 24, 25, at a ed his testimony what the statement: ago and Keeland had been prevailed was the cause with Mrs J. Raymond Haselden and meeting Saturday decided to admit "I have no idea Miss Lucile Ramsey and brother, in the 1st. The rads have nominees Kate Sharpe Browning of Dry Ridge, upon to move of free all ordained preachers, of Lin- of it and saw no Teason for it." He not consent to out so. it but would in every congressional district this Grant county, was dead. She was Joe Cabbell Ramsey, have returned children. do Keeland is a Mr. Thomas Adams and daughter, coln county. A cordial invitation is was not year,a and seem to think they have well known here and all regret to from a visit to their uncle, Mr. Joe Dr. M. L. Pipes told of the condi- very poor man and in hard circumMcCormack at Asheviile, N. C, Mr. Miss Mattie, left a few days since for extended these gentleman and it is to carry Kentucky. learn the sad news. a chance stances. J. W. Powell gave him a Mrs. Lena Pelly, of Knoxville, is W. O. Goodloe having gone for them. Lexington, where they will visit en hoped that each and every one of tion he found King in when he was shoulder of meat and some clothing Rev. H. S. Hudson and wife have route to their home in Sharpsburg. TO THE PUBLIC them will be on hand each day. called to. attend him. He said his to start witr, which was needed very the guest of Miss Alice White. Caneer, of Prof. M. skull was badly at any time to Mrs. Ora Enoch, of Somerset, is been on a sojourn at their former Tenn. was aL.sojourner here Prospect, JSvery attention possible will be ex- was unconscious. fractoired and he badly. Should you desfre for sev- tended to them. with Mrs. Jen- home in Sharpsburg, the former havhave any wearing apparel Cleaned, spending some intime country. Wm. Burkett told of talking with ing been called there to preach a eral days during the past week. He the Pressed, Repaired or Altered, we nie Carpenter has accepted the superintendency of Just the Thing for Diarrhoea. Miss Ashby Isaacs, daughter of John Baker after he had struck King. opWill Rout visited Mrs. I. funeral. Mrs. Joe would be pleased, if afforded the Col. and the public school at Richmond. He said he asked Baker what he cut "About two years ago I had a severe Arthur Rankin, son of Alfred Isaacs, merchant at Gravel portunity, to demonstrate to you our C. Brown, at Danville, and attended Mrs. Thomas C. Rankin, in west Miss Carrie Miller has been on a Switch, shot herself in the breast at King for and he said he did it be- attack of diarrhoea which lasted for. unexcelled service. You fully real- the big fair. Mr. and Mrs. James Bryant, of Garrard, has been quite ill with ty- visit to Miss Lucile Donahue in Dan- the home of her parents Monday cause he squeezed him. He said that over a week," writes W. C. Jones, ize that apparel, which oft times is evening, inflicting a wound which Baker told him he hadn't been drink- Buford, N. D. "I became so weak Beuchel, are now the guests of Mr. phoid fever, but his friends, and rela- ville. cast aside, owing to soil, can be, by Miss Minnie Gulley, the (efficient may prove fatal. Miss Isaacs is 16 ing and that he seemed sober to him. that I could not stand upright. A modern methods, Cleaned, Pressed and Mrs. Thomas Ring.of Monticello, tives will be gratified to learn that clerk in the Lyons dry goods store, years old. It could not be learned He said Teddy Grubbs was present druggist recommended Chambersome improvehe is Ollie Shearer, many inor Repaired etc., and in wear like is Miss attractive guest of the Misses ment. now showing Kinnaird, of this leaves shortly on a vacation of two why she shot herself. It is said, when this conversation took place. Dr. Virgil lain's Colis, Cholera and Diarrhoea the to look and stances made Lafe Ellis also told of a conversa Remedy. The first dose relieved me city, is the attending and untiring weeks" and will visit relatives in Mt. however, that she had been asked by ap- Shewmaker. jiew thereby not only improving Sterling and Lexington. her parents to give up some of her tion with John Baker, in the pre- as well as ever." Many druggists Mr. pearances but being economical as onrl ATrCharles Brown, of Missouri, physician. Mrs. k Presbyterian church: sence of Bill Burgin. Ellis said that recommend this remedy because they O TV Thrown. Mr. and of Wavne John W. Miller went well. We have Mr. J. B. Huffman, county, visited their aunt, Mrs. Isaiah i to Richmond to attend the funeral of services on Wednesday evening at boy friends. Baker asked him to go to the doc - know that it is reliable. Obtainable charge of our Dry of Lexington, in tpr's office and see how badly King everywhere. The Best Laxative. their relaitve. the late Miller David 7:30. an WJiite last week. Cleaning department, and as he is To keep the bovels regular the was hurt. Ellis said Baker told him Messrs. John and Sam Ford are son who succumbed to a virulent attJ expert on ladies' garments, we feel visiting Liver Trouble best laxative is outdoor exercise. that he had cut King. Ellis said he , ack- of typhoid fever. relatives in Texas. of sure that he can handle any kindserwas Mrs. Charles West and two chil"I am bothered with liver trouble Dring a full glass .of water half an went over and found out about the er there my or not and I went up Mrs. Martha Myers of Stanford, fine dresses, coats, etc. Give our got and slashed it you and Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Myers, of dren from Texas are here on a visit about twice a year," writes Joe Ding-ma- n, hour before breakfast and eat an condition of King and went back andhim and corn knifeto have given vice a trial and let us convince I ought Webster City, Iowa. "I have abundance of fruit and, vegetables, and told Baker King was cut bad. He to guests of Mr. to her mother, Mrs. J. M. Elliott and we can save you money. Notify us LaGrange, N. C, were my side and back ahd an also establish a regular habit and be said he asked Baker what came up to j Levi Kelly one, too." Dr. W. M. Elliot and family. pains when again in neeH and we shall be and Mis. George Hunn last Sunday. brother and Mrs. Robert Goff, of Cin- awful in Lafe Jennings, of Danville, a son- I sure that your hovels move once a cause it and Baker said: "Renzo come soreness in my stomach. Mr. Mr. Leo Tucker, of Parksville, was pleased to call and secure any work not post the guest of Miss Lelia Jones last cinnati, are visiting the latter's par- heard of Chamberlain's Tablets and day. When a medicine is needed up and grabbed me. I told him you I. court a of the- deceased, showed the you may have. We pay parcel diagram of the scene of the tried them. By the time I had used take Chamberlain's Tabletsi They to do it, and he said 'John, ents, Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Bastin. one way. Thanking you in advance, week. Mr. and Mrs. Hopkins visited l Mrs. Lula Johnson. Mr Allen John- - half a bottle of them I was feeling are pleasant to take and mild and know there's nothing in you,' and I , tragedy after which the case was we are, at your service. go up gentle told their son, Prof. R. H. Hopkins, at son and Mrs. J. A. Amon composed a fine and had no signs of pain." Ob- i waere. m effect. 'Obtainable every- to him to wait till I could wheth-- I submitted by the prosecution and Stanford Dry Cleaning Co. the defense introduced no testimony. the house and I'd show him trio of motorists who sought fresh tainable everywhere. McKinney last Sunday. 62-- 1 t) Phone 255. Con-min- One of the surprises of the primary election, Saturday, if there were many, was the defeat of Dr. R. L. Davison, of this city, for the republican nomination for congress in this districe. Returns from the republican primary were hard to get hold of, and the vote was very light. The republican voters have not yet gotten fully acquainted with the primary system of making nominations. Incomplete returns from all of the counties of the Eighth district indicate that L. Tom Neat, of Adair county, defeated Dr. Davison by sev eral hundred majority. The fact that Dr. Davison and his friends in the Eighth district were among the first to get into the Hughes bandwagon lead many to expect that the Hughes machine in the district headed by Ludlow Petty, of Shelbyville, would "put it over" for Davison. Petty did carry his home county of Shelby for Davison but only a couple, of hundred republican votes were cast in Shelby, and Neat went to Shelby and Spencer county with something like 1,000 majority when the returns began coming in. Republican leaders over the district who were undoubtedly jealous of the prominence of Dr. Davison and his friends have taken in affairs of the G. O. P. in the district, went after Davison with keen edged knife and slipped it into his ribs, "good and proper." Perhaps they think they can win with Neat in November, but that's another story. Dr. Davison and his friends are not apt to forget for many moons the manner in which his long and faithful service in fighting the battles of his party against tremendous odds, has been rewarded. Dr. Davison carried his home county here by 550 majority while his opponent carried his home county of Adair by 660. The Wiseman Butler machine rolled up a big majority against Davison in Boyle, while the Lincoln county man carried Garrard, where he was expected to un strong by only a few votes. The full vote in this race will have to be given later, as figures in it, while conclusive as to the result are unofficial and scarce. . r's .- n, 18 w, n, ve -- -- ns La-Gran- al cross-examin- ed the-.defen- ed all-da- w, cross-examine- d. -- Mid-wee- J 1 in-la- w - - . V l; 1 i,'&. i .. s i . I" j: jj-- " ,A BSfjA. - lfrf it f isa ffim-i- & i I jiA .W AiitK2 t1 umss ft J1 1 V s t The Interior Journal. StanforKentucky: Tuesday, August 8, 1916 'iirjf . Admission 25andl5Cts. Special Music BILLIE BURKE Stanford Opeii House The interior Journal ! I IN "PEGGY" Thos. H. Ince Triangle eclnesday Night Production PARLOR GROVE Thl Ischools have all opened in fl Walnut Grove Editor and Proprietor this S. JJ. SATJFLBY. open fghborhaod. with Mr. Warren teacher: O. K. with Mr. Jim- $1.00 a Year in Advanco, Paper Stops When Mills Time For "Which It is Paid, Expires. mie .ys in charge and Green Briar, July t with Mr. E. G. Gilliland, Entered at the Postoffiec at Stanford, Ky., as Second Class Mail Matter as tq her. Democratic Ticket M: JV. T. Cobb, of Wilmore spent last i ek with his uncle, B. F. Saun- ders id family, MJ and Mrs. David Walls spent Sunci 1 last with .iir. and ivirs. w. if P.. ELI Mi- - I.Tnmp? 1W.P,riht died Fridav. July .:1st, at her home, near Parlor Grov after a long illness of a of diseases. While she had not ved here long every one who knew her was a friend. She leaves a huband, three sons and threes daug l:ers, all 01 whom were witn ner in M last illness. The family have the artfelt sympathy of the entire service The funeral coimunity. was bnducted at the M. E. church by Rs!. G. W. Wright and interment in th Double Springs cemetery near Wayjesburg. Prlf. Graven and wife, Kate Flynn of Lj'tbnia spent a week at the home of Mand Mrs. T.J. Ellis. Mi and Mrs. Cecil Whittaker, of 's Cyntiiana, Ky., are visiting the parents, Mr. tind Mrs. W. F. com-plicaf- on lat-ter- MONEY MADE You know it has always been said that "A Dollar Saved is a Made." Now this is money saved, consequently money made. Every farmer who sold a hide and every consumer who bought a piece of leather during the last year realizes that leather is high and every indication is it will be higher next year. So here is i! your chance. Every pair of Men's Low Shoes in our stock of WALKOVER and NETTLETON has 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 are wise you will buy them at these prices. Walkovers, $4 ones at $2.85; $4.50 ones at $3.50 and the $5 quali WALK ty at $3.75. $6 and $6.50 Nettletons at $4.50. LmZ For President For Congress For V. Pres. Woodrow Wilson. T. R. Marshall. Harvey Helm. November. Up there the is, boys. The old Democratic rooster and the ticket. We are for it first, last and all the time. It's a vnnner, and every democrat should roll up his sleeves and go to work to give it the biggest majority ever known in Lincoln, the Eighth district and old Kentucky in 'inf. Y f 1 not only downright carelessness to keep'fmoney your house, bat it subjects you and your family to in 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 nothingeven MURDER to get it. Bank your money where it will be safe from fire, burglars or your own extravagance. Put YOUR MONEY in OUR BANK. We pay 5 per cent, interest. It is The Lincoln County National Bank Stanford, Kentucky The Lincoln TrustC o. OF STANFORD, KY. Capital, $25,000. Under same management as The Lincoln National Bank, is now ready to serve you in pacity of EXECUTOR, ADMINISTRATOR, DIAN, TRUSTEE, Etc, at the office of Theg County National Bank. "Corner Next To Court House." County RECEPTION FOR SISTER. Society assembled in a large numbers at the home of- - Mrs. W. H. Shank's, on Logan avenue, Friday afternoon, when Mrs. Shanks gave a beautiful reception in honor of her sister, Miss Olive Baldwin, of Richmond and Miss Willie Hocker, of Pine Bluff, Ark., the guest of her relatives here. The house was decorated with lovely baskets of gladiolas in the dining room and living room, and golden glow in the hall. The hostess wore a gown of white net; Miss Baldwin, white georgette crepe and Miss Hocker black and white taffeta. In the dining room, the tea table had for its centerpiece a huge bunch of beautiful gladiolas, Mesdames Shelton Saufley and Joe Rice serving punch from it. The guests were then ushered to the beautiful lawn, where brick ice, cakes and mints were served. Assisting in entertaining were Mesdames C. E. Tate, Wm. Severance, Misses Mary Moore and Kate Davis Raney. About fifty or sixty called during the ATTRACTIVE MORNING PARTY. Mrs. Wm. Severance was hostess on Saturday morning of the second Re,--. Owens spent Wednesday nightwith Mr. A. H. Jones and fami- - Sims Mr Jarret Johnson and family attended preaching services at Olive Sundiy with Miss Margery Morris, his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Achford Johnson. Mr land Mrs. J. C. Hundly and lit- tle laughters, Ruth and Pauline, spent! Sunday last with Mr. A. B. Wvliand family. Miss Lurline Saunders has returned tc her home at Richmond after a pleasant visit with her brother, Joe Saunders and other relatives. Mrs. Jasper Saunders accompanied her to her rome and will remain for a week. Miss Naomie Christianson spent Sunday last with Margery Morris. Miss Etta Reynolds, of Waynes-bur- g was a week end visitor with Miss Vesta Sims. Mrs. Sarah Bunch and Mrs. Mary Homic spent Thursday with Mrs. D. Margery spent Saturday with Mrs. W. C. Bell. spent Wednesday Rev. Dotson night with F. N. Eubanks. Mr. McCright brotherhers-'?avj- (; Miss Maisie Broswell spent Sunday with Miss Inez Williams, of near Olive, Mr. Rnvmrvnd Saunders, of Jessa mine county, visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Saunders last week. Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Ellis and Prof. Croven and wife spent Friday with Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Bell. Mr. and Mrs. Will Reynolds and Walls. Mrs. Get your size while you can. mu)VER I McRoberts & Bailev MAMMOTH GAVE $9.85 For Round-trip An-All-Expens- Elmer Morris and daughter, the ca- GUAR- Lincoln " Oakland Six SIX Maxwell "25" Completely Equipped $825 Deliverd $625 Delivered THE LOWEST PRICED Car ON THE MARKET morning party of the week at her attractive home on Logan avenue. Receiving with Mrs. Severance were Mesdames Sanford Allen, of Millers-burJohn Shanks, of Columbus, Ga., and D. B. Spindle, of Virginia, who is the guest - of Mrs. H. J. cultivated McRoberts. Beautiful sunflowers composed the decorations for the porch and lawn where the guests were entertained. Mrs. Carrol Shanks assisted the hostess in entertaining. About seventy guests were present. The dining room was. attractive with a beautiful bucket of yellow and white garden flowers' and bonbon dishes of yellow and white mints. g, e Two-Day- s Trip From Stanford AugUSt 15th. HARMONY Old Aunt Mary Dickerson, who was 83 years old died of old age last Sunday night, July 30th. She is survived by three sons, John, James and Edward Dickerson and one daughter, She was a Miss Dora Dickerson. good woman and a member of the The Price Is Only One Feature That Will Interest You We Expect You to Ask for a Demonstration CARPENTER & CAMPBELL STANFORD, KY. Harmony Christian church and has gone to her harvest in the Great Beyond. The members of the family are much grieved over the departure of the loved one and have the deepest sympathy, in this dark hour, of the whole community. Rev. W. M. C. Hutchins, who got his shoulder and arm hurt recently is still suffering considerably. Boney Adams, who has been under the weather for sotne time is beginning to regain his strength. Sherman Roberts is having his auto repaired prior to making a pleasure trip to Crab Orchard. Old Aunt Martha Adams and Aunt Mat Roberts' names appear on the sick list this week. J. C. Wilson" sold a nice mare mule to Center Bros., of Garrard for Sims. Mrs. Lou Horton and Mrs. Bell I WANT a hay baler. If you find Padgett sfrent Tuesday with Mrs. my spectacles in case, return to me David Walls. and get reward. Jos. Eallou. 62-l- p Miss Minnie McCright was a week end visitor of Mis Sosbia Muncie, FOR SALE One mare 7 years of Pleasant Point. Misses Grace and Bessie Saunders old; one Jersey milk cow; some hogs. g at Wil- Call on Mrs. H. H. Jones, 2 miles are attending week. more this 59 2p. west of Highland. Several people attended a singing at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lyit WANTED A man with two or Webb, Tuesday evening and a most three sons to work farm on shares. enjojuble time was spent by all. They Also a man to feed stock. Mrs. Sam Jones and family have must all be workers and willing to returned to their home in McCreary do. Paul Finch, Crab Orchard, Ky. county, after an extended visit with R. D. No. 2. 60 2t. his parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Jones. SHAMPOOING Have your scalp Mr. and Mrs. Theo Bryant spent cleansed and rid of dandruff; stop Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Hender- your hair from falling out by a son Goff. scalp specialist. Minnie B. Harris, Mr. Monroe Thompson and a gen- Stanford, Ky. 62-l- p tleman from Brodhead were in this neighborhood Friday securing leases ESTRAY steer came to my place for an Oil and Gas Company. about three weeks ago. Owner can Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Jones and ftancrVitp-?Virvhnrin. and Mrs. Sam get same by identifying, paying for Jones and baby spent Tuesday eve keeping and this advertisement. W. ning vmn T. li. iiennexx; ana iamny. M. Stout, R. F. D. 1, Stanford. 59-4- p Mr. Henderson Goff sold a good mule to Mr. Jones Mullins last week FURNITURE, Mattings, Druggets, and traded a mare and colt to Mr. a good milk cow. Rugs, Wall Paper, Lace Curtains, Theo Bryant for Window Shades, TruzOss, Suit Cases. Pictures and Mouldings. W. A. Trib-bl- e, camp-meetin- little daughter, of Newcastle, Ind., are visiting Mr. and Mrs. W. F. ilroad fare $4.35 Board at hotel in- eluding the routes in the cave for 550 tickets are on sale for morning trains at all stations. See L. & N. agent. Fai T ime! Now you are going to need A "KOOL" SUIT And we have them. Also a Serge, Grey, Tan or Brown. Panamas, Straws and Leghorn Hats Oxfords of All Kinds White Duck Trousers for Outing Wear We are Headquarters for Fair Wants CENT -A- -WORD ADS Stanfons. 42tf $150.00. (Ads here are 1 cent a word each issne, cash H. C. Bottoms, of Junction City with order; no ad less than 25c each issue.) was here this week buying some cattle. One FOR SALE. Miss Gusta Hammonds, our public Southdown buck. E. T. Pence. 60-- 2 school teacher is attending the teachers' institute at Lancaster this week. FOR RENT. House of four rooms The Hustonville ball team will on East Main street. Apply to John 56-- tf play a game of ball each afternoon S. Baughman, Stanford. the Chautauqua sessio'n is over. after Lebanon, Paint Lick and Mfddleburg TYPHOID Vaccine for Immunizateams will cross bats with them. tion, fresh and on ice. The Penny Drug Store. E. R. Coleman, Prop. The hosiery mills which, opened Southdown rams. FOR SALE at Somerset seven months ago, have Ky. gone into bankruptcy proceedings, Miss Mattie H. Hewes, Stanford, 59-3 R. D. 5, Box 61. and a receiver has been appointed. FOR SALE. A first class grocery store and meat market combined, good business, good location and a clean stock, owner vishes to enter other business. Box 76, Somerset. Ky. 59-- 6 ROBINSON'S Rakes and Hoes, Water Coolers and Binder Twine. See us before you buy NOTICE Mr. J. B. Huffman, of Lexington, will have charge of our Dry Cleaning plant and is now at your service. We call and deliver.. Phone 255. Stanford Dry Cleaning 62-- 2 Co., Stanford, Ky. PUBLIC SALE How Is Your Complexion? is pimply, muddy or rough, all the face creams, salves and powders in kingdom come won't make h clear and beautiful unless you are working right inside. every nighffor two weeks. Avoid pie and greasy food. I will sell at public auction at my place near the Dripping Springs, 2 miles north of Crab Orchard on 2 1-- If your skin Eat a few figs and drink a little senna tea Then come to us for the finest cold cream, the most healing toilet soap, the safest tonic, the softest talcum and the most cleansing tooth soaps to be had fi Get your senna leaves from us-toda- y. J The Lincoln Pharmacy, Stanford, Ky. 62-- 2 Ky., livestock: J. M. ROBERTS, Somerset ewes office. black face stock Six head horse stock; 2 mares, one has 100 nice FOR SALE. My high class tour""" a brood mare with colt at side by for sale. ing car; has been run 9,000 miles; condition. This car absoOld Don, the other a nice driving FOR SALE 400 bushels ofSwine-broa- is in perfect troubles but tire wear, eliminates all G. A. mare; a yearling liorse mule; 2 year- lutely clean seed wheat. 62 2t. on the road. The price will surprise Lancaster, Ky. ling fillies, one by Rex Peavine. you, if you want a car that will always come back. Chas. Wheeler, Six young milk cows; 3 fat cows; 59-- 8 HONEY Extracted white clover Hustonville, Ky. a heifer; 4 yearling hei-fer2 yearling steers; 4 nice young honey for sale at 10 cents a pound. FOR SALE privately, the S. E. calves. Will also sell 30 nice shoats Write or phone 7 Y J. M. Ware, Owsley farm of 220 acres; large 58 4p. colonial brick residence, cel-ia- r, averaging about 90 pounds, if not Stanford R. F. D. No. 1. cistern, two barns, smoke house, sold privately beforehand, also a few FOR SALE One pony cart and tenant house, and other buildings; ewes. harness; to be auctioned off in front situated in heart of the Blue Grass Will also sell a few farming im- of court house on next court day to section; rich limestone soil in excelW. C. Shanks. 2p lent state of cultivation; in Lincoln plements and a good two-horwag- the highest bidder. county, near towns of Danville. Lanon. THE stockholders of the Rural caster and Stanford, where there are Terms made known on day of sale. Credit Association are requested to excellent churches and schools. Will bargain. For the J. T. WELLS, Crab Orchard, Ky. meet at next;courthouse in Stanford be sold at a W. R. Rice,particulars Southern county court day, at address Mrs. Monday 57-- tf Wood Peters, Auctioneer. 2 o'clock p. m. S. M. Owens. 62-- 2 Hotel, Jackson, Tenn. d, s; se , WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 9, 1916 at 10 o'clock, a. m., the following NOTICE On account of having more work than I can do, I will in the future confine myself entirely to Horseshoeing. When you want anything in that line done right A FEW choice Southdown year- and at a reasonable price, come to ling bucks for sale. Richard Cobb, see me. Pedro Green, Highland.23 59 4p. Jr., Danville, Ky. LOST Thursday evening on pike between Stanford arid McKinney, a will not be NOTICE I key ring containing 1 night latch here after for any bills key, 2 pad lock keys, 1 gas tank by Mrs. Ora Nolan. Edward 61 T. D. Newland & Son, Opposite the Phone No. 168. Court-Hous- e, lp. wrench and 1 steel measure gauge. Reward of $1 if returned to this Stanford, Kentucky. SAY, YOU CAN BUY Oxfords and Pumps at Greatly Reeuc- ed Prices Now, and you will need a Pair for the Fair W. E. PERKINS, Crab Orchard, Kentucky -- if."' r ittxn "j' llJH r. .aiSfcjiciWTai i.- - .'. ir iMK!iivBw:lUR3 ' : .T; r. KiV ' JEW i 7 fir The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucv: Tuesday, August 8, 191 T Admission 25 and 15 Cents Special Park For Automobiles Road building most complete. Special arrange ments of concessions in? No in Center Ffeld. more crowded grove. THE BRODH Lws FAIR JL C3m ; August 17th is Lincoln County Day Reduced Rates on RailRoberts' United J No Races; BeIter Prenfiums LXS ST J roads. Shows on the grounds-o- ver 200 performers. A Change of Free Attrac- 17 A J JL $ i tions. Bigger and;Better than ever. The First National Bank Of Stanford, Ky., Bryan Perkins was down from SEVERE PUNISHMENT Paint Lick Sunday. James Denton, of Somerset is the guest of Dewey Goggin. William Westerfield, of Paris is the guest of his uncle Mose Elmore, Of Mrs. Cbajpell, of Five Years' j Miss May Burns, of Covington, is 'gladdening her friends and relatives Standing, JfeKeved by Cardui. here with her presence. Mr. J. H. Turner and family, of Nicholasville are the guests at the I I GASTINE WILSON 1 Stanford School In Wedding jnance Culminates t Middlesboro In Time of Heat Prepare ! Capital, $50,000.00 Surplus and Profits, $31,000.00 This Bank and its Predecessor Make it one home or Kev. W. S. unnsteac. Mrs. Lee Rankin, of the Hubble is quite ill, her many friends and relatives will regret to know. ! Mrs. M. M. Miller, of Richmond, is here for a short visit to her niece, Mrs. W. S. Embry. Mrs. Lee Carter, of Junction City, .spent Saturday with Mrs. B. D. Car- ' I ' I ter. Miss LeVern Nevius, of Lancaster is the guest of her grandmother, of Mrs. Mattie Nevius. J. E. Buck, of Gilbert's Creek has been the guest of Mrs. Mattie Nevius this week. Miss Ella May Saunders is in Cincinnati this week purchasing her fall millinery. Miss Annie V. Craig has returned from a visit with Miss Isabella Giv-enear Danville. Combines Absolute Safety with Satisfacto- Dr. G. A. Brummett, of Tampa, Fla.. has returned after a visit to his ry Service, and Invites New Accounts upon brother, D. T. Brummett here. Mr?. Grove Kennedy, of the its Merits for its Strength and Superior Preachersville section has been quite ill of typhoid fever for some time. Mrs. P. J. King, of Crab Orchard has been suffering with a bad on the back- of her neck. Mr.-anMrs. W. R. Todd returned d Dr. B. E. Giamini, of Straight today from Columbia, where thev Personal and Social Creek, spent a few days on Green have been spending the rammer with his relatives. River last wed:. Rev. Omar Foster, of Atlanta, Ga., August 12 Saturday afternoon, Mrs. John T. Blankenship and the Beulah Walker circle will meet children, cleatty and Woodrow, are went down to Boston, Nelson county, Monday to conduct a meeting at the home of Sirs, W. O. Martin at "isiting relatives in Barbourville. for the Christian church. 3 o'clock. Clarence Singieron and Morris - Armp Broaddus, and two children, Bruce were in Lexington the first of Oklahoma, are spending some Miss Linda K. Miller left this time with relatives in Kentucky. morning: for a visit to Mrs. George of the week on business. They visited relatives here last week. Miss Margaret Sandidge, of S. Doyle, at Winchester. Ben Scanlan. of Paris, who was is guest at the home of Mrs. Mrs. John Pulliman, near Shelby M. Bruce. City has returned from a visit to her I. Misses Janie and Nellie Cox, of trouble man her for the Telephone Company for several months and son, R. L. Pulliman. of Macon, Ga. Lancaster are the guests of Miss El- who has many friends in this vicinity Mrs. R. C. Arnold and little daugh- len Scott and other friends. is here for a visit. ter, Clara Irene are visiting relatives Mrs. Sam Reynolds and daughter, Rice Fox, of St. Louis, came in toin Beattyville. day for a visit to his parents, Mr. Mrs. M. M. Condor came over from Misses Stella Thompson, of Louis- and Mrs. J. C. Fox. their home in Crab Orchard yesterville and Ruby Sink, of Lexington, Mrs. George Baker, of Junction day and did some shopping in our are the attractive guests of Miss City spent the day Saturday here local establishments. Maud Arnold. Claiborne C. Walton left this attending to some sTiopping necessiMiss Clara Cooper left Monday ties. morning for Catlettsburg, where he afternoon for Reno, Nevada, to James Cooper is in Litchfield, 111., will join a camping party for a ten-da- y a house-part- y sojourn on the Ohio river, near for ten days be- spending some time with his brother, fore going on to her school duties Edward Cooper, who 'makes his head- Vanceburg. at Berkley, Cal. Col. Boone Flint, who has been quarters there. Miss Laura Gaddis, of Harris' Mr. George HopDer, who practises working in his brother's big deDart-meCreek is the guest of her sister. Miss law in T.nni?vi'11p is at home for a store in Vincennes, Ind., is at Fannie Gaddis at Mr. E L. Grubbs, ... Hon- - home in King's Mountain again. . visit to his mother., Mrs. Kittv . v in Junction City, Miss Mary Vanoy has just returnper and family. Mrs. Salhe R. Saufley, who has Mrs. J. H. Eads and prettv daueh-bee- n ed from a stav of seven davs at spending much of the summer ter, Miss Catharine Eads, of Shelby (Elixir Springs and states that she at Crab Orchard Springs, is here now county, are guests of the family of feels much refreshed after being at visiting her son, H. R. Saufley, and j her son, Thomas Eads, and other this health resort. daughter, Mrs. George L. Penny. Miss Elizabeth Carter, who .has 'at (relatives and friends here. Mt. Sterling for the past week visiting her grandmother, Mrs. Sue Bright returned home Monday. Mrs. Bright accompanied her for a visit. Stanford, Ky., Mrs. W. N. Hoskins and son, Roy and little daughter, Ruth, of Stricht To the Public: Creek, Ky., have been spending the C. Having lost my barn by lightning, and being nast week withtheher brother, J.secLivingston, of Green River insured in the Insurance Co., of North America, tion. A. B. Humble, who has Mrs. been the of Mrs. J. Jesse D. Wearen, the Insuance Man, of Stanford, for some guest leaves this R. Powell time afternoon I for Parksville to visit her mother, Ky., being their agent, is with pleasure Mrs. Bowers, before returning to her the Very Oldest Banks South Of The Ohio River It ns ?ar-bunc- le - Mc-Kinn- ey at-.te- nd nt For Their host of 'riends here were surprised bv the 'Jnuouncement late week that Prof. '. C. Wilson, supIF YOU FILL YOUR COAL CELerintendent of te Stanford City LAR OR BIN NOW WITH DIXIE Schools, and MU"Lucille Gastineau, GEM COAL, YOU WILL HAVE A high school here who tautrht in yea1 ivere married at WARM WAVE ON THE INSIDE for several lTi.Ul-.' l4the bride's hom .uuiuiubuuru jusl Mt. Airy, N. C Mrs. Sarah M. Chap-rel- J OF YOUR HOME WHEN COLD Congratulations ".his leva, says: "i suffered fot Thursday morni of WAVES COME ON THE OUTSIDE. PUT IN be extended the iive years with womanly troubles, alsc and best wishes YOU WILL ALSO HAVE A NEAT friends and lov-DIXIE GEM ?.p.d my punishmen' happy pair by t stomach trcubl-s- , ey will be given BEFORE THE COLO BALANCE IN THE BANK IF YOU ed ones here ar, was more than r.y one could tell. FlAG COMES OUT a most cordial Jie when they 1 tried most AT PRESENT SUMMER BUY very kind of medicine, come here the later part of this but ncr.e did a' any good. PRICES. month ofr the one'ing of school I read cne d;y abc::t Cardui, the wo- - j .The ceremony Jas performed at man s tcrnc, a.d j decided to try it. I the home of the bde's parents, Mr. Kennedy & Co., D. nad not taken Hi about six bottles until and Mrs. I. A. Ganneau at MiddlesI was almost i jred. more It did me boro. The Kev. JM. Roddy, pastor cood than all 11 other medicines 1 had of the First Baptft Church, officiatStanford, Ky. tried, put togej r. ed, using the beatiful and impressMy friends f.gan asking me why ive ring ceremony Only attendants locked so wet and I told them about were MrsJL M.Axline, cousin of 1. a4-XT (ilfAlnAn Jl a 11 T Caicui. Sevef.1 are now taking it." augnc, ruue uci the bride, wTTo wa matron of honor, mer, Isaiah wnite, James iiimwiauu, j&igmn Do you, lac? reader, suffer from any and Mr. R. L. Madox, best man. Pipes, Ray . Lottie Merriman, James Francis Hanson, Ida Mae Ellis, Hugh cf the ailment due to womanly trouble", The home wasfrtistically decorat- Timberlake. Durham, Thelma Owens, Grace El- such as heads ne, backache, sideache, ed with mountainferns and flowers. Fifth Grade Martin Owens, Rob- - lis, Edgar Taylor, sleeplessness, nd that everlastingly tired The bride was caned in pearl gray ert Hanson, Rue Durham, Andrew ije regular month's examination feeimgr" taffeta with Gecgette crepe trim- - Taylor. Cecil Russel, Dincene Vaught records show that The ones named K so. let us jrge you to give Cardui a mines and carnd a Douquet oi Olga Mae Nickolson, Francis Tim- - on the Honor Roll have done good trial. We feel confident it will help you, bride's roses, fcr traveling gown herlake work and also their reports show exjust as it has million other women in was midnight blt Sixth Grade Wesley Gilmer, Mat- - cellent attendance. The enrollment the past half o ntury. The Lexington Herald says chat; tie Gaddis, Phil Compton. for the month was 103. Begin takicg Cardui You this romance bean at the Univer-- 1 Seventh Grade Eva Merriman, Walter Moser. Principal n sity of Kentuckrom which institu- - Luther Nickolson, Floyd Taylor, wcn'1 1 egret it. All druggists. Miss Mary Peavyhouse, Asst. both partiesgraduated in 1913. tie Estes, Josephine Myers. WHU te: Chittar.ceKE. Medicine Co., Ladies i Advisory Dect., Chinir.ooca. Term., for Sitcia. The bride was aiiemoer oi ine otan boclc, "Home and Crown, thejnly nonorary girls' 'rstructims on car cise tr Ji fcr WcTen ' .n ciiin wrancer. N.C. 124 society in the uiversity. She took much interest irY. W. C. A. work CAMPING ON DICK'S RIVER and played onjhe 'Varsity basket A party of crirls and boys left to ball team in 191, 1912 and 1913. 1 1 day for Dix River, where they will Since graduatinjshe has been teachmake camp for about ten days. ing. I Their location is back of Mr. Mr. Wilson tfk an active part m Gooch's place, right on the all college affair; wks the first pres river bank. The boys took the tents ident of the diversity Democratic and supplies out yesterday and will Club and- the f:ace Mann Society; have everything in readiness for the member of thumed Pe and manai fimMESti girls when they arrive. "Uncle" ger of thehi4tt ball team in 1913. I Henry Salter will preside at the He is now suprntendent of the city cook's tent and endeavor to feed the schools in Stawrd to which place Jk !Tltt.K B tMrat set r.tiT. campers as long as the edibles last. the bride and tfdegroom will return Q m JL good place for swimming is by the after a trip to wshington and other A na and there is also a boat, so iSL'ij2ai. pomtsA they have planned to enj6ytrierri The f ollowingfo,VTSarir "flFJnt has selves greatly in the water. This is ueen sent to a favorite spot for campers, a crowd Mr. and Mr?. irieds here IoiVAlvin .Gastineau going there almost every year. Of announce the their course they all will be delighted to daueh&T especially on Sunday see visitors, JjTlClllC kair and it has been said that they to wouldn't object to you bringing MT. William UlaiX Wilonn your dinner along with you with a on Thursday, Augushe third little extra for them. Those who will nineteen hundred ant6ixteen enjoy this occasion are: Thomas Middlesboro, KenttVkv". Coleman and Miss Matsy Grimes, At Home V fa cf a practically the Harris Coleman and Miss Elizabeth Stanford, Kentucky. TKE body range range is on the material !he which s.-c. :.? nadc. of a depends cf it Higgins, Hugh Reid Foster and CHARCOAL IRON, by actual tests, has been proven to resist rvsi, Miss Rachel Hill, Wallace Singleton MORELAND .HONOR ROLL. and Miss Lettie Walker McKinney, heat and crystallization 300 greater than steel. Following is tie Honor Roll of tie ) Joe Hill and Miss Mary Elizabeth MAJESTIC RANGE BODIES are a!! irade cf CHARCOAI, McKinney, chaperoned by Misses moreiana ruDiicianu uraded achcoi for the month ex July: IRON. No other range in the world is made of this material. It Pattie Alcorn and Mary Burch. st enry Gilmer, First Grade costs considerable more than steel, but the MAJESTIC never status -- Winter , I V. 1 J.T- - J , to-da- y. Lu-tio- 64-ea- M'f Lil-bu- rn .T - la Body Of a -a- ma-jage- of Range i ! 3r-ne- 8-5-1- it that recommend the above named Company and the Agent to the insuring public for their courteous treatment and liberal and prompt payment of the above loss. Yours very truly, Jesse D. Wearen, Agent. M. J. HOFFMAN T. D. Raney, Solicitor Cold Cream Critics Every Woman is a Cold Cream Critic. Every woman knows the advantage of cold cream as a toilet preparation. We believe we are offering a COLD CREAM That is as good as any sold. The more critical our women customers: are, the more they will probably like this coll cream after a trial. The 1 Penny Drug Store E. R. COLEMAN, Proprietor Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Sartin, Mrs. Lucy Holtzclaw and Miss Ida Holtz- claw, Mr and Mrs. A. J. Gooch, Mr. and Mrs. Will Tucker and Mr. Will Will Matheny attended Camp Meeting at Wilmore Sunday . Mrs. George Cooper Honkins, of Cincinnati, are visiting relatives at St. Augustine, Fla.. who has been this place. Mr. and Irs. R. F. Steele, of Coe- here several days with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. H. C. RupJey burn, Va.,' re visiting her father, Mr. W. D. : anson near town. left Saturday for Lebanon o Miss Old Myers and Mr. Lucien before returning home. Mr. R. B. Carter is able to be Myers went to Wilmore Saturday to up again. She was confined to her visit their ister, Mrs. Purdom and hed as result of a cut foot sustain- attend the" big camp meeting which ed while in bathing at the river and is in progn s there. Miss Fa' ie Spears is visitimr rel- for a while it was feared that blood poisoning would set in. atives in 3 jcholasville. Hon. Ben V. Smith, of Somerset, was here Sunday returning from a T. J. TATI )EAD IN ROCKCASTLE visit to his sister, Mrs. Lee Rankin, T. J. Ta. probably the oldest man near iluDDie. Mrs. Jtankm has been in KocKca i county, died at the in a serious condition for several home of 1 son, James W. Tate at days but Mr. Smith thinks that she Brodhead turday, and was buried is slightly improved. in the Brt head cemetery Sunday. Misses Alice and Rose Alcorn are Mr. J. C. K Clary, of mis city, made at the St. Asaph Hotel for the re- a few rem rks at the grave, after mainder of the summer. They have which Odd Fellows from Lancaster been teaching at Colorado Springs, took charge of the body and laid it Col., and Boulder, Mont., respective- to' rest wit the ceremonies the ly and spent some time with friends order. Mr. '"'ate. who was RR of sur is at Greensburg before coming on to vived by hi' wife, son and daughter, Stanford. ivars. aogue 'hilJips. i? or years he was .Miss Bess Holtzclaw and Miss a prominen' business man of the Mary Bailey, of Stanford, were vis- - Brodhead itors of Miss Catharine Bourne for .the Fair. Miss Ruth Culberson, of . j Covington, $100Reward, $100 Ky., is the guest of her aunt, Mrs. H. R. Camnitz, at her The readcrsj: this paper will be pleased U that at home on the Lexington road. Dan- learn sciencethel,. isbeen least one dreaded disease h" able to cure In all Its that ville Advocate. btages, and th( Is Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure vis!4-kinfolk- s ton. home at London. Mrs. Ida Burns and Misses May and Anna Lee Burns and Albert and Russell Burns, who have been guests at the home of Mr. David Scott have returned to their home at Covington, Helm, Flossie Planson, JaTies Rucker, Edgar 3ingleton, Ida Mae Miss Morine Sharpe, of Knoxville. Reynolds, Everett Waggoner, John Tenn., came last Saturday to spend Baker, James Caddis, Mary Lucille some time with her grandparents, White. Second Gra a Omar Coulter, Mr. and M-- s. David Eubanks. Rudelle Coulte, Estelle Merriman, Misses Maria and Helen VonBoken Wm. Owens. Mrva3ine Rucker. Sen- of Louisv-illa- , are spending come time ry Edward Pni ftt, Joseph Bishop. with Mr. aid Mrs. David Knoepfle. Third Grad Evelyn Compton, Mr. Artlur Wilkinson, who has had an afrack of malaria, is some Mamie DurhanrJ iirma Ellis, Clayton Ellis, Marv L Gilmer, Katherine better. Gaddis, Ethel tooch, Marcus Helm, Mrs. Margie Zachery, of Burnside Carroll Johnso Carl Johnson, Nan- and who las been spending some cy Nickolson. time with ler daughter, Mrs. Chas. Fourth Grade Annie Bowen Gil- Coffey on the Shakertown pike near v. as the guest of Mrs. J. J. Danville, Moser Jast tvee.. "Uncle van" Compton. who has been on a long sojourn in Boyle county, ha returned to his home at this place Mr. Thoi as Johnson and son Lou- is, of One: a, Tenn. is with his fai- ily here, lle has a nice position in that city. Mrs. Joli n Moser, Walter Moser and their daest, Miss Gay Short, of Middleburg attended the fair at Dan- ville Fridaj. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Moreland of Moreland. back for cost when it can improve its range. By comparing the e life of or iron nails with the steel nails of iron stovepipe and tinware with the prescne day steel product, gives you an idea of the lasting qualities of the JLJESTIC over a to the life of the steel range. This feature alone adds 300 old-timto-da- y, old-style MAJESTIC. Pence & Hill, Stanford Oh autauqu ZjL At Hustonville 11 1 1 Big Four th, 2th, Days AUGUST 3th, 1 4th Make Your Plans Now to Attend the Most Delightful Entertainment Offered the Citizens of the s West End In Many Years. Phone No. 2. Stanford, Ky. ware free to every purchaser of a MAJESTIC during demonstration week at Pence & Hill's is genuine. It is an out and out gift to every-pur- cnaser oi a majestic range and the price of this range with a reputation remains the same. See this demon-,- 1 stration during this week 'and our store. Pence & Hill, Stanford. J12-- 1 The offer of an $8 set of kitchen -- Is the only poaYe cure now known to the medical fraternity, i Catarrh being a oonstltutlon.il dlsea&e, requlro a constitutional treatment. Hall's Catarrh Stare is taken Internally, actlnir directly upon tj blood and mucous surfaces of of the diseaseand giving the patient strength by building upihe constitution and assisting nature In dolns.Ks work. The proprietors have to much falthfii Its curative powers that they offer One Huw&d Dollars for any case that it falls to curcijend for list of testimonials. Address CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O. Sold by alwtruggtsts 7oc. Take Hall'ffl'aHilIy Fills for constlpatloe. j Engage Your Season Tickets Now. F.f ' Adults, $1.so Children, $1 n it . ? - 1 r The Interid- - Joirnal, Stanford, Kentucky Tuesday, August 8, 1916 r i For This visit Only Remarkable Introductory Offer For This visitor $5 Eye Glasses The SHUR-FI- T OPTICAL CO., of Cincinnati, Ohio, wishefc to announce that their pecialist and his Assistant will be at Stanford, at the St. Asaph Hotel, Friday and Saturday, August 11 am 12, and every 90 days the rafter, to make examinations and take your order. At$l A Pair Our Optical Specialist and his assistant have had years of experience and you may rely on them absolutely. We will be pleased to examine all those who have eye trouble or wear glasses ABSOLUTELY FREE. We would suggest, therefore, that you call on them. OUR OBJECT in making this remarkable offer of $5.00 glasses for $1.00 a pair is simply to introduce our service in your community as well as our Shur-Fi- t Lenses. Our Shur-fi- t Lenses have met with great success by many persons who are now wearing them and are meeting with the same results wherever they are introduced. Our New Invisible Bifocals Will Not Confuse You Shur-Fi- t Lenses 1 1 J YOU CAN SEE NEAR AND FAR WITH SAME LENSES Vti--i fa . Bzzr 'y &J$3&. - fT--y 1 TSv . Will Positively Relieve All Pains About the Head and Eyes. as well as all other abnormal conditions of the eyes that can be relieved through the wearing of properly fitted glases of quality in most all cases. Don't Forget The Dates Our Work Is Guranteed For Five Years REMEMBER a pair is for this visit only. Special prices on all other classes of Optical Work. Regular prices will prevail after our first visit to Stanford. that the above offer of $5.00 Eye Glasses for $1 Bcvare of all persons who call at your home and claim to be representing us, as we do not have representatives, but bu Specialist at the hotel, as we advertise. All orders taken delivered jby insured parcel post. Address all communi-calon- s to Main Office. Shir-F- it Friday and Saturday, gust 11 and 12 Au- Optical Co., Cambridge Bldg., Cincinnati, Ohio. Office Hours: 8:30 a. m. to 8:30 p. m. If your time is limited come early and avoid the rush. RECEPTION ROOM, HOTEL PARLOR. I We would ask you not to permit our remarkable offer to conflict in your mind with other such offers that have been made at Drug Stores and such other places by men who are not responsible nor established anywhere, nor dotfiey claim to be. As to ourselves, we are located and established both. We guarantee our work and glasses both for FIVE YEARS in writing, and as to the responsibility of our guarantee, we will give bankable reference to those desiring same. These glasses we are advertising are the kind that usually sell at most optical establishments at $5.00 and in some cases even more. This is the first time to our knowledge that such an offer has been and no made bv responsible people who will stand back of their wrk and cannotl be branded as fakirs as some have. We will makenthese prices THIS VISIT ONLY, w n i .11 i i .i i rVAifiTATiAMo reri t i ej ii ii: l.iuuy glasses aimi an uvivmrtiiwiij a dojl,urrri I rKHiil can uc mctue. i ou are not uungeu iu more. Lall and see us and we will explain now tnese speiav-price- s l-- x. -- t-t- t-t-.. mm "fWmancfiitock News BEV-RO-UT SAVES GOOD COW For Seed We have German Millet Seed; Buckwheat, the Japanese or Black variety. Red Top Sugar Cane Seed, and Orange Cane Seed. All of this has been well cleaned, and is ready to sow. J. H. BAUGHMAN & COMPANY STANFORD, KENTUCKY SEE-- - D. B. Fox, ySrMaiedgeville sold corn last week for a barrel of $5.00. L C Kin' oId t0 'Tones & Cress 8 17 nogs avfeinS 226 Pounds at 2 cents vf pound. IsabelyBros.r of Junction City, bought1000 bushels of wheat of a Mr. Wilson, at $1.25 last week. tRouIp this week B. G. Fox bought three brokd mules from Sam Pope for $450. iney were aenvereu immediately. J. H. Goggin sojd to J. C. Johnson 19 hogs that tipped the scales at 200 apiece and rought the price of ? per hundred. Thurmond TC Tnrtnr Inst a fine and useful business ho&e by death last week. It was said to nave worm $200. Scott Bros, sold Ito J. C. Fox this week two 1,00 poyd heifers at 6 2 cents per pounc A They also disposed of a good co1 land calf to the same party receivii a'lfor her $65. John M. Gooch, f the Gilbert's Creek section, t npght through town this morning a Poland China boar that he paid 3am N. Matheny $25 for that is aboit the best prospect seen in fciany a day. He weighs 165 pounds and is just three and a half months old. Mr. Gooch thinks he got a great bargain in the animal and all who saw hJai agreed that he did. 1-" 1-- Mr. Farmer It is time you were seeing about that ! YouVe 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 better advantage. And the only kind of silo to i SILO Bev Rout, the popular collector for the Stanford "Water, Light & Ice Company, (has qualified as a first class cow doctor and Dr. John Cook had better look to his laurels. His uncle, Jack Rout, had a fine $60 Jersey cow break her rear left leg just above the joint and was about to destroy her, when his nephew stepped in and asked for her, expressing the belief that he could do a little surgical work which might save her. He put her in a wagon and took hereto his home, near ttie water works, rigged up a block and tackle support; set the broken bone, then THE MARKETS Hogs Receipts 3,100 head; strong packers and butchers $9.859.95; common to choice $6.758.85; pigs nd lights $6.50 9.95; stags $6 7.- 25. Cattle Receipts 2,000; dull; fat cows $4.256.75. Calves, slow, $5 '12. Sheep Receipts 1,800; steady; '$2.507. Lambs steady $511.50. $1.36 steers $5.508.75; heifers S57.25 Septembe whoat 5-- 8. $1.33; December Central Kys Greatest I Farm Agency KINGS MOUNTAIN, KY. CLYDE STURGEON, Manager have used the summer in the put it in a plaster paris cast. That was a couple of weeks ago. Today the bovine beauty with her "limb" still in splints, gets about as well as anyone, eats heartily, and gives a large quantity of milk every day. Mr. Rout says he will have her out as good as new in another week or so. He certainly did some remarkably clever amateur surgery. have is a Cure for Cholera Morbus. "When our little boy, seven years old, was a baby he was cured of cholera morbus by Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy," writes Mrs. Sidney Simmons, Fair Haven, N. Y. "Since then other members of my family have used this valuable medicine for colic and bowel troubles with good satisfaction and I gladly endorse it as a remedy of exceptional merit." Obtainable everywhere. Mrs. John C. Chenault, died at Richmond last week, after a long illness. Mrs. Chenault was a member of one of the oldest families in the mmwammmmm k mk$lmw&lmm3mw interest of the Sturgeon Real Estate Co., Kings Mountain, Ky. We are now ready and expecting better business this season than ever before in the Real Estate World. If you have properties, you want to sell, trade, or exchange some and see us. Our selling plans are the very best terms very reasonable. If you are not located to your heart's content, see us. We can satisfy you if it can be done in the United States. We have agents in different parts of the Union, and by our system, we can give you first class service. We are preparing a large catalogue for the I. J. to print, and if you want a sale or trade immediately, see us at once. The John Deere Stag Sulkey Plow The Newest Out, Before Buying k'ifc ta. FARM FOR SALE. 126 2 acres, 3 miles out of Dan- i ville, Ky., on the Lancaster pike, (Boone Highway,) attractively located, productive and splendidly watered; large pool stocktdjtwith fish. A house comparatively new with porches, necesszrt outbuildings, barns and tenant hofse. Splendid apple orchard and ofier fruits in abundance; educational advantages of Danville are of the highest; the best of railroad facilities, yet no crossing of same arihg into town, Would like to give pi: ession in Sep- tember. J. Ed. 411 ;n Danville, 56-eKy. 1-fl-ro- Concrete Silo Which is there forever made when you have by CLYDE STURGEON, General Manager. PHILL PS BROS STANFORD, : State and a lifelong member of the Besides her husBaptist Church. band, she is survived by two sons, Jr. Prewitt Chenault, a promising young attorney, and John Cabell Chenault, a farmer, both of Madison county. HEMP REAPERS W. H. STANFORD, ! E. T. FOR SALE ry PENCE -- MAJESTIC Range cooking demonstration now going on in full blast at our store. Hot coffee and biscuits 62-- 1 served free. Pence & Hill. PUBLIC SALE KY. Having decided to move back to town, I will sell at Public Auction, at 1:30 o'clock on TUESDAY. AUGUST 22nd, 1916 at my farm, located 3 miles from Stanford, 2 miles from Rowland, on the Goshen pike, the following property, t: Horses 1 bay mare, good worker, gentle, with good mare mule colt by horse side; 1 horse by mule, broke; 1 Kentucky Gentleman and out of ri standard bred mare. Cows i good milch cows; 2 full stock Jerseys and 2 half stock Jerseys; 3 fine Jersey heifer calves; 1 nice yearling heifer, bred; 7 yearling steers. Hogs 4 brood sows, good ones; 3 heavy with pigs; 23 shoats; 1 large barren. wag1 wagon; 1 on; 1 cutting harrow, good as new; 1 buggy; 1 set wagon harness and many other things too numerous to mention. Terms made known on day of sale. J. B. SARTAIN. J. B. Dinwiddle, Auctioneer. to-wi16-ha- nd rse Leave your order with us for a Hemp Reaper now. The are getting scarce. ot rf ,i 4 V . i HIGGINS KENTUCKY ; List of Properties In Lincoln County and Stanford Ky., FOR SALE.- FOR SALE 33 acrl; cottage; good barn; orchard; 5 miles from court ifhouse; 20 acres in cultivation ahd balance in timber; place weJ watered. Price $1,500, if sold by 1st of 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 m cultivation; 8- room residence; barn 50x70; large concrete silo; fencing ali new. Price $75 per acre. Terms f IB at a bargain. FOR Modern cottage; SALE new; 5 rooms, with bath complete at a bargain if sold at once; rents for $14 per month; 3 squares lae FOR SALE 50 acres; situated m heart of the Blue Grass section; Tich limestone soil in excellent state of cultivation. Will be sold easy. from court house. FOR SALE Beautiful residence, September. 5 acres A- -l land; one mile from FOR SALE 5S a,L. rr lllllll court house. Price right. Easj house; good barn; MVl L1 grass; 1 all in terms. , 2 miles from Sfnnfl FOR SALE 236 acres'; pike. This is an Price residence; 3 large barns; ana terms right. concrete silo; place well watered. FOR SALE 58 acr:.S; 2 story This land will grow anything you resilience; large eood put on it; will sell as a whole or ard: on turnmke?darn; w.oV orch -- ;a wil divide into two farms. Price $40 and terms on this th; t will inter per acre. est you. " IJ- -1 1-A-lfar- m. FIFTY NEW PH NES. L. F. Steele, the huslj lg manage of the Hustonville TAphone Exchange, tells the I. J. tl t he has installed fully fifty new j.hones since his last directory was iSued about three months ago and .hat he will soon be ready for anoth'r directory, which he always has this office print. Mr. Steele has put newjife into the Hustonville Exchange, thich is not only a money maker, tit which is giving most excellent arvice. He is a hustler with a big 'H" and the cleverest sort of a gentlinan. THE OLPREUAfLE' Corner Main and Depot Streets, We Will Save You Money on frigerators, Ice Cream Freezers. Coolers, Etc. ALSO LAWN MOWERS AND GARDEN TOOLS. Re- A. B. Florence, Office 26 Lincoln Nat. Bank Bldg., Stanford, Ky. r I REMEDYFORMEN. AT YOUR DnUGGfT. GEORGE H. FARRIS. w V Jk s