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BEST CATALOGUE OF ALL THE FAIRS Outside Lexington and Louisville sued By Stanford Fair Everybody Boosting Big Event. Is- 63. The Interior Journal Stanford, Lincoln County, Kentucky, Friday, August 11, 1916 Splendid Old Gentleman Col. M. sec- ., This Lab ceir v S. v S & .er a Rei 1L Dc" ..Say to You?. wnat Tuesdays and Fridays WEATHERFORD RESIGNS OFFICE Popular Hustonville Postmaster Gives Up Position to Enter Lucrative Business in Danville Harding, first; Mrs. R. Arnold, ond. Too Dry in Wayne Gay at C. O. Springs , t. m I $ A i Bushel Wheat Heaviest One-Ha- lf Roadster stallion, mare or gelding, Ad Stofer, first; W. Johnson, secany age Buster & Mitchell, first ond. and second; Sam Pope, third. Home Watermelon, Heaviest Mare mule, any age J. Duval & Son, first and second. Grown J. S. Murphy, first. Preserves Quart Strawberry Horse Mule, any age Gentry & Thompson, first; J. Duval, second. Miss Annie Tribble, first; Mrs. J. H. Team mare mules, any age J. Du- Eads, second. Quart Pear Preserves N. Hughes, bai & Son. Suckling foal of 1916 W. G. first. Weisiger, first; Joe McDowell, secQuart Raspberry Preserves Mrs. ond. Ira Traylor, first. Mare or gelding, any age Mack Quart Gooseberry Preserves Mrs. Hughes, first; William Collins, North Ira Traylor, first; Mrs. J. H. Eads, Midlletown, second. One-Ha- lf Dozen Adams, first; N. D. Hardesty, second. One-Ha- lf Dozen Tomatoes J. Adams, first; George Banzhaf, sec the Danville Fair was a success, and ond. Heaviest Head Cabbage Ad Sto- it is expected that a small dividend will be paid the stockholders, of fer, first; J. Adams, second. Heaviest Pumpkin J. Adams, whom there are several in Lincoln. The floral hall awards and the ring first; N. D. Hardesty, second. Heaviest Phali Pears J. M. Guthawards whish were tied after the I. J.'s last report of the Danville fair rie, first. Heaviest Phali Apples Mrs. Richwere as gollows: ard Cobb, first. The Late Ring Awards Heaviest Stalk of Tobacco Grown Pair roadsters, regardless of solor, sex or ownership Buster & Mitchell, in Boyle County W. O. Williams, first. first; Sam Pope, second. Perryville, Mt. Vernon and the Blue Grass fair at Lexington, drew boosters for the big Stanford fair this week. A committee from the K. P. lodge went to Lexington in autoes and received assurances that a large delegation will come here from there, while the west end of Boyle county and Rockcastle county will both send many people. Next week the 'Lincoln county boosters will make things hum at Brodhead. All evidence points to the most successful exhibition ever held in Stanford or Lincoln county. Requests for catalogues and premiums lists come each day from all points of the compass. The Interior Journal 3ob printing department has just completed the handsome catalogue of this year's fair. Outside of the btate Fair at Louisville and the Blue Grass at Lexington, it is probally the largest catalogue issued by any; fair in Kentucky this season. It is handsomely printed with a blue cover, and occupies 108 pages. It is indeed the handsomest thing in the catalogue line seen here in a long time and is a credit both to its printers and the fair. A meeting of the directors has been called for Saturday at 2:30. Robert Woods got back late last fair week from the Springefield where he campaigned the Harris & WnnrJs sfrino- nf snlpnHid trmlps with such success. He lost no opportunisties either to boost the Stanford fair. The local mules won six blue ties and several reds at the Wash-- v ington county fair. Lincoln county exhibitors took their share of the premiums offered at Danville last week. Everyone in lo-fc- al Mrs. Decorated, Cake (any kind) Robert Harding, first. For Citizen There Who Wants Stage Plate Beaten Biscuits Mrs. John Lines Forced To Bring In Booze. B. Nichols, first; Miss Rose Yeiser, second. Monticello, Wayne county, twenty Loaf Salt Rising Bread M. Adams, first; Mrs. Sophia Atkins, sec- five miles from a railroad, is suffering from "an order in council," laying ond. Loaf Yeast Bread Mrs. Ed Dille-ha- an embargo on wines, spirits and malted liquors, and B. O. Shearer, of first; Mrs. J. H. Eads, second. Cream Pie Mrs. J. H. Eads, first; that city, in a complaint filed at Frankfort has petitioned the State Mrs. Howard VanArsdale, second. Chocolate Pie Mrs. Frank Robin Railroad Commission to exercise its son, first; Mrs. J.-Davis, second. power to break the drouth, says a Boiled Ham Mrs. dispatch from the- state capital. He Howard VanArsdale, first; Mrs. E. said in his letter that four express and four freight lines are operated H. Meyer, second. between the county seat of Wayne, Half dozen hand painted plates Mrs. S. J. Embry, first; Miss Tim-one- and Burnside, the nearest railroad point; but "thru the interference of second. Handpainted Vase Mrs. J. S. a very few of temperance advocates Robinette, first; Mrs. Robert Hard- they have refused to carry liquors even for family and personal use," ing, second. Half Dozen Gold Lined and Mono- he adds that "we "desire liquor for gram Plates Mrs. J. S. Hobusette, our personal use strictly," and writes to "know it there is any way to first; Mrs. S. J. Embry, second. Half Dozen Gold iined and Mono- reach the express operators and comgram Cups and Saucers Mrs. S. J. pel them to make delivery of intoxicants for personal use." Inquiry deEmbry, first. veloped the fact that one of them is Chop dish Mrs. S. J. Embry, a mail carrier and can't deliver and first. Display of Cut Flowers Mrs. R. the other three have agreed not to handle such shipments. They are Harding, first. privately owned stage lines and the Dozen Irish Potatoes W. H. Owens, first; Russell Dillehay, sec- commission is powerless to act. y, E. One-Year-O- D. Hughes Passes Away Guests Are Having Delightful Times At His Home in Lancaster At Famous Resort. Crab Orchard Springs, Aug. 11. Two hundred and fifty guests participated in or witnessed one of the most enjoyable entertaining affairs given at Crab Orchard Springs this season when a masquerade ball was given. "Gold Dust Twins" hobnobbed with French Queens, and dudes flirted with chamber maids, while Pocahontas held iboth John Smith and Ralph on the string. Recent registrations include C. C. Warner, Mrs. W. W. Webb. Miss Zerelda Webb, Ed W. Jarvis, B. Louis Mrs. U. a. Kobson, Mrs. D. S. Thomas, Miss A. Wagner, W. S. Newman, G. W. Robson, all of Newport; Mrs. W. M. Morris, William Mason Morris, James Holdam, Morris, Mrs. J. F. Holdam, all of Musk ogee, Okla., G. Williams and wife, R. Leslie Combs and chauffeur, G. M. Berry, Mrs. Tipton C. Young, Virginia Young, Miss Katharine Tucker, Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Drake and Lucy Young, Mrs. J. E. Cassidy, Miss Laura Cassidy, Miss Marie Moore, W. E. Moore, Mrs. T. L. Campbell, Miss Lola Campbell, R. L. Shade, all of Lexington ; Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Van Dalsem, R. Cobb, Jr., Miss Martha McDowell, of Danville; Misses Nancye Miller and Martha Miller, Lucien Smith, T. G. Shields, of besides many from GeorgeNich-olasvill- e; His host of friends here and all thru this section were greatly grieved Thursday to learn of the death of Col. M. Dawson Hughes which ld y, - first. Three Stalks Sorghum R. D. Har-destfirst; J. N. Guthrie, second. Largest Half Dozen Beets Miss A. Tribble, first; William Johnson, second. One-Ha- lf Gallon Lima Beans J. Adams, first. One-Ha- lf Gallon String Beans William Johnson, first; G. Aldrich, second. Sample Alfalfa J. M. Guthrie, y, first. ond. Dozen Onions J. W. Walker, Largest Peppers, Gentleman rider must second? weigh TiriiTi iip first;' J. T. 'Lester, Trick pony tfranham Baughman, first; Eddie Mitchel, second. Roadster team, regardless of sex, color or ownership Buster & Mitchell, first; Sam Pope, second. .Mare and colt Special by Joe McDowell Howard VanArsdale, first; Hugh Tarkington, second. Suckling colt, either sex, saddle bred, special by Allen S. Edelen W. G. Weiseger, first; Howard VanArsdale, second; Roy Bonta, third. Heavy harness mare or gelding, , any age William Collins, first;Geo. Curtis, second. Best looking couple Miss Mary Lackey and Mr. Robert Farris. Saddle stallion, mare or gelding, any age E. K. Thomas, first; Chas. Sandidge, second. Prettiest girl on the grounds Miss Mary Ashby Cheek. Harness stallion William Collins, first; E. K. Thomas, second; Wm. Collins, third; Mack Hughes, fourth. Floral Hall Awards Quart Canned Apples Miss Annie Tribble, first; Mr.s J. H. Eads, second. V"T Eastland, first; Mrssjr.H.,iEads, second. Glass Apple Jelly Mrs. S. sec- - P. Glass Quince Jelly Mrs. S. J. Embry, first; Mrs. W. S. Tewney, second. Display of Jelly Carter Eads, first; Mrs. Henry Eads, second. Quart Sweet Pickles Mrs. Ira Traylor, first; Mrs". J. H. Eads, sec-secon- d. Thursday morning. Col. Hughes had been in very feeble health ever since the death of his beloved wife in September, 1914, and the end came peacefully to him. The deceased was born in Lincoln county Nov. 28, 1845, being a son of Joseph Hughes and Amelia Rusell. His wife was Miss Martha iMkm. He is sur-vived by one sister, Miss Mary Hughes of Louisville, and three children, Robert E. Hushes. of Louisville. "Saufiey Hughes and Mrs. May No- land Hughes, of Lancaster. He was an unci of Logan R. Hughes, of this city, L. Wearen Hughes, of Memphis, Tenn., and Mrs. Ernest Carter, of Evansville, Ind. In early life the deceased was a school teacher; later he was editor of the Record at Lancaster and correspondent of the Interior Jo'urnal at the Garrard capital for many years. Lately, for several years he had been a partner of G. B. Swinebroad in the well known real estate agency of He was a Good Man Game Warden Hughesin&hisSwinebroad. beloved by community, leader all, a consistent Christian, and all Q R. Jones Accepts Appointment who knew the splendid old gentleIn Casey County. man will mourn that he is no more. His body was laid to final rest in the While in Casey county last week, Lancaster cemetery Friday afternoon making investigation regarding vio- after services by his pastor, Rev. F. lations of the fish and game laws of M. Tinder. the state. District Game Warden, S. J. Embry secured a County Game ROWLAND Warden for Casey county, something Mrs. Ollie Tapp, of Paris is the no district warden has been able to do before. Contempt for the game guest of Mrs. Ham Adams. Mrs. Milford Hall has returned laws in that section and threats of "bushwhacking" the game warden, from a visit to her daughter, 'Mrs. are said to have deterred anyone Beranrd Hagan, at Louisville. Mrs. W. N. Stevens, of Highland from taking the office. Mr. Embry took up the matter with Q. R. Jones, Park is the guest of her father, Mrs. one of the most prominent farmers L. T. Smith. Miss Sibyl Dowell and little Reba of the Yosemite section of the country and Mr. Jones agreed to accept Smith, of Corbin were the guests the place. Mr. Embry has agreed to of Miss Marcia Smith, the first of the with him in every way, week Miss Margaret Kelly, of Junction and as Mr. Jones is absolutely fearless as well as splendidly qualified Citv is the guest of her sister, Mrs. for the place in every way, violators J. L. Roberts. Miss Katharine Land will go to of the game laws in Casey county Chaske, Tenn., Sunday to visit her had better look out in the future. Mr. Embry went to Boyle County,, sister, Mrs. A. M. Trammel. Mrs. W. C. Camden, Miss Rorie where he is spending the week. He has appointed George R. Sandidge Jennings and J. C. Reed attended Warden for Boyle county who is said Meeting at Aliceton Sunday. to be splendidly qualified for the Mr. and Mrs. G. P. Ramsey will place and will make a good man. arrive from Indianapolis Sundav to be the guest of Mrs. T. J. Jennings. Hughes, was Porter Crowe No More theMrs. John Mrs. B. P. of ParisTuesguest of Martin, The sad news has been heard here day. Miss Hannah Killion, of Marets of the death in Cincinnati on Tuesday of Porter Crowe, only son of burg is the guest of her aunt, Mrs. Col. and Mrs. Robert H. Crowe, of George Moore. Mrs. Albert Terry, of Neal's Creek the west end of this county. The death of the young man occurred af- was the guest of Mrs. Hubert Death-erag- e Monday. ter a long illness. He was but 20 Mrs. Taylor Roberts, of Neal's years of age and numbered his friends by his acquaintances. He Creek spent the day with Mrs. Pathad been in poor health for a long ience Pritchett, Tuesday., Mrs. Ollie Tapp,of Paris and Mrs. time. "Besides his parents, he is survived by his sister, Miss Lucile Crowe W. N. Stevens, of Highland Park and they all have the heartfelt sym- were the guests of Mrs. T. J. Jenpathy of a host of friends in their nings, Thursday Mrs. Wallace Benedict and sister, dark hour of bereavement. The funeral took place in Danville Thursday Miss Lillie Wilcher, of Moreland were the guests of their aunt, Mrs. G. W. afternoon. Goodrich, last week. o'clock at his home in Lancaster at occur-e- d five Junction came Wednesday to visit her daughter, Mrs. James Mannuel. Mr. Frank Brooks went to Lexington Tuesday on business. Dr. and Mrs. L. F. Jones entertained a large crowd of young people Tuesday night in honor of the Doctor's two handsome sisters, who are from London and are his guests. Mrs. Hannah Wilhoit, of Versailles, has been the guest of her cousin, Mrs. Flem P. Jones and her many friends gave her a hearty welcome. Sunday was Uncle John Edmis-ton- 's birthday and he was ninety years old. Many friends were in congratulating him many more returns. He is getting more feeble each day, rarely leaving his bed. ?: BA os; al11 of Louisville; C. Smith, S. L. Taylor, Cincinnati; Menefee Still Going Up News has been received here of a splendid promotion just received by Col. James T. Menefee, who has been the Knoxville, Tenn., representative I of the Forest City Paint and Varnish Company for several years. Col. Menefee has been named Sales Manager for this big concern and will be transferred at once to the company's headquarters at Cleveland, O., where he will have direct charge of its big sales force all over the country. The position pays a salary of about $3, 000 a year. His many friends "back home" are delighted at the recognition given Col. Menefee's abilities and are more than satisfied that he will make good wherever he is placed. town, Millersburg, Stanford and other Central Kentucky towns. The prizes were awarded to Miss Cliffie Dillingham, of Lexington, Mo., as "Queen of Hearts," and to Sam English, of Louisville, who impersonated "Ma Welles." The presentation was made by E. B. Drake, of Lexington. The "handsomest" person on the floor and the one who attracted the most admiration was Miss Rusyl Shipp, of Iexington, who was a nun. demure, sweet and pure. Many tennis enthusiasts are being attracted here by the new court, which is in view of all the verandas and is as smooth as glass and large enough for a tournament. Everv hour of the dav rnshps hv ; x j: vvini inuiiy inversions to emeriam people of all tastes. About fifty men, women and children may be seen at almost any hour in the five acre lake. Between meals and for hours after supper fox trots, one steps and waltzes follow in rapid succession, and every girl has the chance of being rushed on account of the weekend vacation seekers among the men. Forty or fifty men and women play auction and "500" every morning, when dainty prizes are offered. The Sick Folks Mrs. Lelia Cook has been on the sick list for several days. Mrs. W. W. Hays is able to be out aftjer a several weeks' illness. Col. John W. Rout continues quite ill at his home on Main street. Miss Helen Hester, the old daughter of W. H. Hester, is ill with typhoid fever. Mrs. Henry C. Anderson has been quite ill for several days threatened 14-ye- ar Crab Orchard. - Quart Sweet Cucumber Mrs. Ira Traylor, first; Mrs. J. H. 7ads, second. Sunstroke Proves Fatal John Seever, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Seever, one of the most respected families in the Gruenheim section south of Stanford, died at his home in Louisville Tuesday as the result of a sunstroke which he sustained Sunday. He is survived by his wife and four children and is said by those who knew him to have been a splendid young man in every way, a hard worker, frugal and "doing well at the time the Death Angel called for him. The remains were brought' here on Thursday morning and laid to rest in the Gruenheim cemetery after religious services. His parents and family have the sympathy of a grea; many friends in then sad hour. MT. MORIAH Quart Sour Cucumber Pickles Mrs. Ira Traylor, first; Mrs. J. H. Eads, second. Quart Blackberry Wine Mrs. J. H. Eads, first. for $2100. Mr. Frank Hazlett sold his farm and crop to Mr. Jean Hutchinson Quart Grape Wine Mrs. F. K. Tribble, first; Miss Minnie Adame, Display 'Tis with regret that we say goodbye to the family of Frank Hazelett's as they have been in our midst for about eight years and we had learned to love them a great deal. To say that the Mt. Moriah church will miss Sister Hazlett and her splendid fami- first. Mrs. J. H. Eads, Mrs. C. S. Lyon first; Mrs. J. H. Eads, second. Jar Comb Honev ond. Quart Canned Cherries Mrs. first; Mrs. Ira Traylor, Quart Canned Gooseberries Quart Mc-Corma- sec- Quart Canned Blackberries Miss Mary Harris, first; Miss Lucille Carter, second. Quart Canned Peaches Miss Annie Tribble, first. Quart of Pears Mrs. McCor-macfirst; Miss Annie Tribble, seck, ond. A CHARMING AFFAIR Canned Tomatoes Mrs. social One of the most R. A. Arnold, first ; Miss Annie events of the season pleasant young for the Tribble, second. given Black Cake Mrs. Richard Cobb, people was the party friendsby Miss Lucille Carter for her at her first; Miss Clara Haydon, second. suburban home last Wednesday afWhite Sponge Cake Miss Fannie from 4 to 6. Nichols, first; Mrs. S. J. Embry, sec- ternoon, seven cam.e to enjoy the afFifty ond. The Angel Food Mrs. S. J. Embry, ternoon with her. was afirst feature contest in of the occasion first; Mrs. Clelland, second. words, seeing who could make the Cocdjanut Cake Mrs. Robert greatest number of words from Harding, first; Miss Cobb, second. White Mountain Cake Mrs. J. M. "August Ninth," he date of the day. Tate Sallee, first; Mrs. J. S. Baughman, Mr. WilliamLouise won for the boys Waters for the and Miss second. girls. The guests wore then taken to Marshmallow Cake (layer) Mrs. the where pink and Devil's Food Cake Mrs. Hoawrd whitedining room and white indivicream, pink VanArsdale, first; Mrs. Robert Hard- dual cftkes, sandwiches and mints ing, second. dinserved. Upon leaving Chocolate cake (layer) Mrs. R. wereroom pink circles were the ing pinned on the boys and white on the srirls, each bearing a magic word. These Comm issioner s Sale When matched led them to the tent of the old witch where evervones' fortune could told. This afforded Lincoln Circuit Court great amusement for them all and John Trattler's Adm .Plaintiff none went away disappointed. vs John Trattler's Hrs Defendant By virtue of a judgment and order of sale of the Lincoln Circuit Commissioner's Sale Court, rendered at the May term, 1916, in the above cause for the sum of $100.00, with interest at the A. L. Caulder, Anr. of John rate of 6 per cent, per annum from Varnon Plaintiff the 1st day of April 1914 until paid; vs. and the further sum of $31.55, I Tom Bentley, Etc Defendants will offer for sale by public auction, Pursuant to a judgment rendered at the court house door in Stanford, in the Lincoln Circuit Court at its Ky., on May Term, 1916, the undersigned MONDAY, AUGUST 14th, 1916 Commissioner will on (County Court Day) at 11 o'clock, a. m. upon a credit of MONDAY, AUGUST 14th, 1916 six months the following described at 11 o'clock a. m., in front of the property, in Lincoln county, court house door, In Stanford, Ky., fey., beginning in the center of Har- offer for sale at public outcry, the ris Creek, on the corner of L. A. following described real estate in Lin'Rowsey, thence south to a locust; coln county, Ky.: A house and lot thence east to a stone with L. A. in Hustonville,- - beginning at Henry Rowsey line; thence south to a stone Wilham's corner; thence west 23 and Spanish oak; thence west to a feet; thence north to Rose Helm's stone in Andy Feistreistzer line; corner: thence east 23 feet to Henthence with county road to the be- ry Wilham's corner; thence south ginning, containing 20 acres more 100 feet to the beginning. or less. Said salemade on a credit of six The purchaser will be required to months, purchaser to execute bond, execute bond with approved security payable to said Commissioner with immediately after the sale, due in 6 interest from date of sale, with six months from date of sale, paya-Bl- e approved personal surety; lien reto commissioner with approved tained on land sold to secure paysurety at lien retained to se- ment of same,- having force and efcure same. judgment. fect E. D. PENNINGTON, E. D. PENNINGTON, tn v ! M. C. L. C C W. S. Burch, Attorney. J. H. Eads, first. Mrs. ly does not half tell it. It will be some time before Mrs. Hazlett's vacancy in our church can be filled, if ever. We esteem Mrs. Hazlett as one of our very best Christian women and she was a fine Sunday School worker and was always at her post, Both young and old will be sorTUCKER SCHOOL HONOR ROLL. row at their departure but the best friends have to part. The Tucker school, near Maywood of We are glad to welcome in our closed its first month of school last midst Mr. Jean Hutchinson and his Friday. Seventy-on- e per cent of the splendid wife and children. children in the district were enrolled Williams and children, including all who are in the compul- of Mrs. P. H.Col., who have been the Johnson, sory list. But as most of the chil- guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. dren didn't get started at first the J. D. Bastin, recently, have returnHonor Roll is very short this month. ed home. To. get on this Honor Roll the pupil Mrs. Wm. Dunavent and two must make an average of 90 in Arthur and Forest, who have sons, been scholarship, deportment and attend- visiting their parents and grand-parent- s, ance. The parents are kindly urged Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Bastin,, have to help all they can by furnishing returned to their home in Harlan the children with the necessary books and especially by sending them county. Nathan Hughes Mrs. to school every day. They will daughter, of Knoxvilte and pretty have been jplease remember that all children visiting her brother, J." H. Bourne. between the ages of seven and thirMiss Clara teen must attend school every day sant visit with Waifield had a pleaMiss Ida Hutchinson, (unless they are sick) or the teacher is required by law to report them. last week. D". Mrs. Hiatt was the pleasant It is hoped that she will not have to visitor B. Mrs. Charles Dunaway, do that during this school. In re- Tuesday.of porting the Honor Roll the pupil Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Young enterwho makes the highest grade will tained at dinner Sunday, Mr. Hodge always head the list and the others in succession 1. Christie Tschanz, and family and Mr. Johnson and 2. Linnie Byrd Boone, 3. Mae Adams family. Mrs. J. W. Hall and pretty daughand 4. Margaret Dillion. Young, Teacher. ter. Miss Bernice, of French. Lick, Miss Fannie Ind., are visiting her parents,, Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Bastin. Mrs. Ancel Baugh was the pleasant guest of her son, Charlie Dun-awa- Commissioner's Sale y. to-w- it: v 6; - highest and best bidder, the following personalty: One Gaar Scott, single cylinder thresher engine, No. 12,642; one Garr-Sco- tt cylinder rear Garr Scott No. 20573; one 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 miles east of Crab Orchard, 4 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 apfrom proved security, bearing 6 date of sale, lien retained on property sold. E. D. PENNINGTON, 36-inch Plaintiff Rumley Products Co vs. .' Defendant William Gutman Pursuant to a judgment rendered in the Lincoln Circuit Court at its May Term, 1916, the undersigned Commissioner will on 14th, 1916 MONDAY, AUGUST at 11 o'clock a. m., in front of the court house door, in Stanford, Ky., offer for sale at public outcry to the Mr. S. T. Boone of Somerset was home with his parents,, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Boone Mrs. James McGuffy is spending the day with her mother, Mrs. Watts, at Mrs. Robert Thompson and Mrs. Bragg Thompson and Cora Lee went to Mt. Vernon Tuesday to visit Mrs. Poyuter and take in the fair. Mrs. R. L. Tanner, of Harrison, Tenn., is with her sister,' Mrs. Sam Tatum. Miss Alma Carson, of Oklahoma, has been the guest of her friend, Mrs. J. Thomas Cherry, this week. Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Myers and baby of Goldsboro, N. C., Mr. and Mrs. W. Myers, of Stanford and Mrs. Levi Myers and Miss Mattie Wilson, also of Stanford were the guests of Mrs. James Messer. Miss Mary Campbell, of accompanied Miss Myrtle Murry to her home and is her guest. Mr. Ira Parton wife and son, of Oklahoma, are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Corum, of this city. Mrs. Annie Napier has been quite sick for some time with malarial fever. Mrs Mollie Burgin left Monday to visit relatives in Shelbyville, and Louisville. She will be gone about three weeks. Mr. and Mrs. John Chadwick, of Detroit, Mich., and Mrs. Fife and children, of Winchester are with Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Chadwick. Mrs. Maggie James and Miss Esther Burch are in Atlanta City. Mr. and Mrs. A. Addams and family, of Frankfort are the guests of Mrs. Jane Buchannan. Mrs. Pate King has been suffering Bee Lick greatly with a carbuncle on the back The farmers are glad to see the of her neck. Dr. Jones is attending good rains that fell a few days ago. her. Corn is looking nicely thru this Mrs. Grove Kennedy, near Preach-ersvill- e has been low with typhoia part of the country.who Mr. Elbert fever but seems to be some better. phoid ferer isElder, to behas the tyup again, able News reached here today that Faulkmany friends are glad know. ner Kennedy is also down with the hisM. M. Taylor was in Mt.toVernon same disease. Mr. William King and Miss Fan- last week having some dental work nie, of Indianapolis and Hardin King, done. H. Cordial V. and of Knoxville, Tenn., are with their were in Mt. Vernon W. E. Taylor last week on parents here. John DeBorde came up from Stan- business. Reynolds says J. M. that he is hav-- a ford Sunday to be with his brothers fine trade these days. and sisters for the day. The protracted meeting began at Prof. Liken's wife and Mr. and Mrs. Dick Albright and son, Gravely Providence last Saturday. S. Farris Tharp, of Brodhead motored ill Mrs. but O. Proctor has been on the is better. list to Crab Orchard Tuesday evening to M. M. Taylor attended the Mt. see Mrs. Emma Farris. Mrs. Mary Culton, of Richmond Vernon Fair, this week. came Tuesday and is boarding at the GOSHEN SCHOOL HONOR ROLL Sander's Hotel. Mrs. Lizzie Carter, of Rowland is The honor roll for the first month with Mrs. Maggie Gover and will re- at the Goshen school is as follows. main with her until she goes to LexGrade 6 Gable Seward and Earl ington. Gooch. Mrs. M. A. Gruder, of Lebanon Grade 5 Fleecy Gooch and Sue Dudderar. Grade 3 Helen Gooch. Grade Franklin Holtzclaw, Commissioner's Sale Jas. Gooch, 1Mark Boone, Nancy MilLincoln Circuit Court ler, and Cook Miller. Mrs. Dollie W. McBee, Teacher. G. D. Florence, Admr., Plaintiff Simp-sonvil- le with gall stones. Everyone will be glad to know that former Postmaster J. C. Florence is showing considerable improvement and his friends and loved ones are greatly encouraged now. Dave Thomas, who is ill at his apartments here with typhoid fever, is holding his own fairly well. Bob. Elkin was over from Lancaster on Thursday to see him but his condition is such he is not allowed to receive visitors. News has been received from Lexington that Mrs. R. H. Bronaugh, Jr., who underwent a very serious operation for appendicitis at St. Joseph's hospital in Lexington last Monday is now out of danger, and is slowly improving. This will be good news to her many friends at Crab Orchard and here. Tuesday's Danville Messenger said: The friends of Mr. William Henderson Overstreet will be delighted to know that he spent a restful night. While he is not out of danger his condition is regarded much more favorable this Tuesday morning. Mr. Overstreet was brought to the Danville and Boyle Count? Hospital last Tuesday from his home at Stanford, suffering from an attack of typhoid fever. last Saturday night his condition became alarming, requiring an operation which was successful. Barring unforseen complications he is expected to recover. His host of friends will regret to learn that Ben Jennings, superintendent of the mechanical department of the Interior Journal, was taken to the home of his parents in Danville Wednesday ill with what physicians there have pronounced to be typhoid fever. Mr. Jennings has been working for the past week although a sick man. He had personal charge of the printing of the K. P. fair catalogue, however, and so great and so fine is his faithfulness and loyalty, that he would not give up and take to his bed until he saw it off the presses satisfactorily. He is probably the best all 'round printer and linotype operator ever in this part of the state and will be greatly missed in the office here as well as by his myriad of friends for everyone who knows Ben Jennings is his friend, and all will hope and pray for his speedy recovery. Weatherford, postmaster here for the past two and half years, has sent in his resignation to the Department, in order to accept a splendid business opportunity in Danville. During his administration he has completely modernized the postoffice, and has equipped it with every facility for efficiently serving the public. As an official he has been most courteous and accommodating, and as a private citizen has upheld by his example and his generosity the good name of his native town. All wish for him all success in his new venture. C. J. Jarman will accompany him in his new business. Col. Weatherford ha3 bought an interest in and will have charge of the lunch room at the Q. & C. depot at Danville. Three interesting base ball games are scheduled to be played during the Chautauqua which begins this afternoon. Today's game will be against the strong Lebanon team; the game Saturday will be against the fast Paint Lick nine while on next Monday Hustonville will cross bats with the .speedy Middleburg bunch. The people of the West End are leaving nothing undone to entertain their guests during ttie Chautauqua and everything points towards it being a big success in every way. Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Carpenter will move to Indiana shortly to make their future home. Mrs. L. Neal has returned from a visit to friends and relatives at Richmond. She is now with Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Neal and will return to her home at Dade City, Fla., soon. Mrs. W. I. Heddus, of Kansas City who has been with her daughter., Mrs. W. L. Neal, all summer, is to return to her home in a few days. Black leg has been playing havoc in this locality. The following have lost cattle: Mr. Godby, four head, Henry Baughman, two head, Will Burkett. one head, James Yowell, one head, Walter McKinney, seven head. Will Neal, one registered Angus bull calf. Miss Ottie Shearer, of Monticello, has been the guest of G. M. Peavy-hous-e. Miss Orie Enoch, of Somerset, is the guest of Mrs. Jennie Carpenter. V. Rose, of Gadsden, Ala., arrived Monday to be the guest of his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. V. B. Morse. Mrs. J. D. Eads and daughter, of Crestwood are visiting the family of J. W: Eads, on the Danville pike. The town is being cleared up of weeds, dirt and filth, which gives the town a much better general appearance and now if the citizens would keep the weeds out of their gardens and yards this would be a very sanitary locality. Little Jesse Powell is able to be out and playing after a short illness. There was a nice rain here Wednesday during which time D. W. Dunn set out a lot of celery plants. The large tent for the chautauqua is here and has been up on the campus of the school grounds. Mrs. S. J. Bell, of Turnersville motored here Wednesday evening accompanied by Mrs. Herbert Jones and Miss Dorwin. of Cincinnati, who is his guest, and Mr. Bryant and Miss Gabie Bradshaw, of Turnersville and took refreshments at the soda water fountain of dam's Bros. Miss Anna, the beautiful daughter of Sam May, who lives on the Fork and Edgar Reynolds, of the same neighborhood were united in marriage Sunday at the Camp Meeting, after services. Mr. Murphy has won a beautiful and cheery helpmate and we all wish that they may live long and prosperous thru life. Misses Florence Spragins and Lena Reynierson have returned from a house party that was given by Miss Anna Rose, of Harrodsburg. Leslie Cunningham motored here from Danville Tuesday accompanied by Eugene Spragins. J. B. Honaker and wife left last Monday for an outing on the Cumberland River, Locks No. 21, where they will enjoy their time fishing and he will do some cattle trading. Eugune Dunn, wife and daughter and the Misses Carven motored to the Perryville fair Thursday morn. The rain Wednesday set everyone alive with new life and all are on the up-to-d- ate Hustonville, August 11. "Officeholders may die but they never resign," has been quoted without fear of contradiction ever since these United States came into existence. We regret very much to have to announce the exception that proves that rule. Col. George D. go now. Commissioner's Sale Elbert Florence, Etc Plaintiffs vs. Notice of Sale Henderson Goff, etc Defendants Pursuant to a judgment rendered in the Lincoln Circuit Court at its May (County Court Day) a. m.. in fVnnf nf , court house door, in Stanford, Ky., offer for sale at public outcry, following land on th watpr nf ttthe ricane Creek, Lincoln county, Ky., beginning at two sycamores, growing from one root; thence down a branch S 89, E 16 poles to a white oak and hornbean, a corner to Fred Bechold; thence his line N 23 W 108 poles to a poplar and black oak: thence N 19. W 32 9. Tnloo stone in Bechold's line, a corner to w. x. Kice; thence with said Rice S 71 2, 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 DOleS tO fl Stnnf in .TrVlnorTic. line, thence S 96 2 nnlps fft nna in county road; thence with same vt oo z, j 40 poles, to a stone; the center oi said road, corner to T. C. Bennett: S 74. "R 1Q9 T.oiae white oak and dogwood, N 14 poles v m& uiSuiuiug, i containing acres, more or less. Said sale made for the purpose of enforcing plaintiff's judgment for $700 with 6 interest from July 30, 1914, and is made on a credit of six months; 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. - E. D. FmmiactM, M. C. L. C. C. Term, 1916, the undersigned Commissioner will on MONDAY, AUGUST 14th, 1916 11 O'clock at 56-in- ch 36-in- ch 1-- -- A4 w. 1. l. Mary Perkins, Etc., Defendants PICTURE SHOW PROGRAM. Pursuant to a judgment rendered TONIGHT Mutual. You will not be crowded in the in the Lincoln Circuit Court at its park at the Brodhead Fair this year May Term, 1916, the undersigned The Girl And The Game No. 4 (HelSignal. en's Perilous Escape) as all shows and concessions have Commissioner will on Keystone. Gussile's Day of Rest been moved to center field, making MONDAY, AUGUST Mth, 1916 SATURDAY Universal. their grounds more attractive. at 11 o'clock a. m., in front of the Thru Flames To Love Imp. court house door, in Stanford, Ky., Their Anniversary (Comedy)r....Rex. PUBLIC SALE offer for sale at public outcry, the Universal Animated Weekly. following describe property, MONDAY Mutual. Having bought a farm, I will on. A certain house and lot on Hang- Captain Macklin Majestic. 4 part masterpiece featuring Jack WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 16,, 1916, ing Fork in Lincoln, County, Ky. Beginning at an oak stump in the Conway and Lillian Gish star of beginning at two o'clock, p. m., sell line of- Celia Wilhoit, thence run " The Birth of A Nation." Story by to the highest bidder on the premises ning up middle of Hanging Fork 40 Richard Harding Davis. located about six miles from to corner of Fanny Young TUESDAY Paramount. ford and four, miles from Crab Or- - line ; thence a straight line to the Temptation Jesse L. Lasky. chard on the Boone Way, a nice beginning. (There is excepted from Featuring Geraldine Farrar. home, containing 20 acres of good , this boundary that portion of the ground; a nice house, nan lot sold to Obie Perkins.) THE MARKETS and porch, in good condition. Good Said sale made on a credit of six QOvftrt fflflfl Hogsr Receipts 3,500; active; Vo.n U"U" XV. V. PViK lian TlrtltCO months, purchaser to execute bond 1IUUWV, VU1J1 WUj IISU smoke house and all necessary out- - with approved personal surety, with packers and butchers $10.25 buildings. It is a splendid location t interest at 6 from date of sale; 10.30; common to choice $7.00 9.15; pigs and lights $6.75 for a blacksmith shop and country Hen retained on- property sold to 10.35. There is a splendid well of cure payment of same force and ef-- Cattle Receipts 800 quiet. Calves Steady. Sheep Receipts 3,300, -i water on' the porch. feet of judgment. steady. Lambs Strong. Sheep $5 Tems: $1,000 cash; balance 'or.. " " ET EU PENNINGTON, M. C. L. C. C. 11.40. Wheat $1.43. time. - W, A. BRENT, Owner. to-w- it. 1 nve-roo- m se-sto- re. of Saufley. vs. 1-- 2, 1-- 1-- 1-- j.-- x-- 4h, m The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky: Friday, August 11, 1916 K. OF P. 6" FAIR-Aug- ust 23, 24, 25 Your are Cordially Invited to Come and Bring the Folks With You. E. C. Walton, Sec. S. T. Harris, Pres. In Liberal Premiums. Shady Grounds. Floral Hall. Poultry Exhibit. Rings For All Classes Stock. STANFORD, KY. ..Editor and Proprietor The Interior Journal S. M. SAUFLEY- rSSr STOMACHfaSI MJM"???HMFnV eye oi the m J lF I: i mm! Bank Book. - Gall Stones, Cancer and Ulcers of at the Postofficc ct Stanford, Ky., as the Stomach and Intestines, Auto-- 1 Entered Second Class Mail Metier Intoxication, Yellow Jaundice, Ap- $1.00 a Tear in Advance, Paper Stops When cspnes. Time nor w men 11 is Underwear CHE W I Democratic Ticket for .some dav Ke will be the pendicitis and other fatal ailments result from Stomach Trouble. Thousands of Stomach Sufferers owe their complete recovery to Mayr's Wonderful Remedy. Unlike any other for Stomach Ailment, sale by Penny's drug store, Stauxoiu, Ky., and druggists everywhere. man with money Young man! If you will start RIGHT NOW and put a part of your earnings in the bank every pay day, there is nothing thgt can stop you from becoming influential and RICH, Aloney breeds money. The man with money and-doe- s rr a Fortune, and possess takeeare knows that the young man who can own money will take care of his money too. He of his TRUSTS him. The young man gets opportunities for making money and a partnership. Put YOUR MONEY in OUR BANK. We pay 3 per cent, interest. J The Lincoln County National Bank I Stanford, Kentucky Woodrow Wilson. For V. Pres. T. R. Marshall. Mr. and Mrs. F. R. Cummins and For Congress Harvey Helm. Rev. J. W. Beagle and wife visited Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Cress. D. M. Anderson and family and How well the true neutrality of Burch Hester and wife attended the President Wilson and the American camp meeting at Wilmore. Mrs. Rebecca Pettus visited her people is appreciated and understood son, Joe F. Pettus, at Springfield. by those who are not prejudiced in e, Misses Ha Pettus and Edith the matter was well illustrated when of Springfield, visited friends the German submarine Deutschland and relatives here. Ed Bell and wife have visited Mr. A disstarted on its return trip. patch, says that: One of the last acts and Mrs. E. S. Lovins, in Ohio. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Williams, of of Captain Koenig and his crew was to rtand on the deck of the subma- Judson, visited her mother, Mrs. W. rine and give three rousing cheers H. Cummins, Saturday and Sunday. Mrs. Newton Gill, who has been for America and the American so ill of typhoid fever, is reported to be improving. Mr. Samp Cummins has been quite RESOLUTIONS OF RESPECT ill of flux. Master Clinton Parks was stung Waynesbury Tent No. 55 Knights World. very badly by bumble bees while of the Maccabees of the Whereas by the providence of an working in the hay field. nil wi?p find death has aerain entered Rev. E. B. Thornton has sold his our midst and removed Bro. E. C. interest in the goods business to his oartner. Mr. W. C. Cummins, who Jordan. Resolved, That our tent has lost a will conduct the business as formerly devoted member and the community under the firm name of W. C. Cummins. an honest and upright citizen. Rev. J. E. Robbins, pastor of the Resolved.That to the widow and relatives of the deceased we extend Methodist church will fill his pulpit sympathy in their time here Sunday. This is his last apour heart-fe- lt For President Preachersville It' 1 I if I Mc-Lan- mm) w If If there was ever a time when men wanted Thin Underwear, Cool Underwear, with short legs and no sleeves it is during this sweltering August weather. We are REDUCING THE PRICE on all our Men's and Boys' Summer Underwear to a point where every body can buy. MUNSING-WEAUNION SUITS. Not a great many left but the price has been cut from $2 to- - $1.25, from $1.50 to $1, and the $1 ones to 75c. B. V. D. UNION SUITS-t- he $1 quality, at 70c. Boys' 50c Munsing Union Suits, 40c. Separate piece knit under shirts and drawers, worth all season 25 and 50 cents the remnants we now have are 15 and 35 cents the garment. R The Lincoln TrustC o. OF STANFORD, KY. Capital, $25,000. Under same management as The Lincoln" County National Bank, is now ready to serve you in the capacity of EXECUTOR, ADMINISTRATOR, GUARDIAN, TRUSTEE, Etc, at the office of The Lincoln County National Bank. "Corner Next To Court House." of trouble and assure them that their loss is our loss and their grief is our grief. Resolved, That we drape our chapter for thirty days and also that the Sir Knights wear the badge of mourning for the same length of time in behalf of our brother Sir Knight. Resolved, That a copy of these resolutions be spread upon the min-uptand mhlished in our Journal 'and a copy sent to the widow of our deceased brother. Committee: P. E. McMullin, Oliver 'Singleton, T. S. Reynolds. .s STANFORD TESTIMONY Home Proof, Here There and Everywhere. When you see Doan's Kidney Pills recommended in this paper you must always find the recommender a Stanford resident. It's the same everywhere in 3,800 towns in the U. S. Forty thousand people publicly thank can give this proff of merit, honesty and truth? Home testimony must be true or it could not be published Oakland Six QJV Maxwell "25" Completely Equipped Doan's. What other kidney remedy $825 Deliverd $625 Delivered THE LOWEST PRICED Car ON THE MARKET The Price Is Only One Feature That Will Interest You v here. Read this Stanford recommendation. Then insist on having You will know what you Doan's. are getting. W. H. Mershon, Lancaster Pike, Stanford, says: "I was troubled some time ago with an acute attack of kidney trouble. My back ached constantly and I had considerable pains thru my loin. I felt lanquid at times and was easily tired. I took a box of Doan's Kidney Pills and they fixed me up alright, the second box practically curing me of the trouble." Price 50c, at all dealers. Don't simply ask for a kidney remedy get Doan's Kidney Pills the same that Mr. Mersron had. Foster-Mi- lburn Co., Props., Buffalo, N. Y. We Expect You to Ask for a Demonstration Commissioner's Sale R. C. R. C. FOR SALE One pony cart and ' off front News of the Churches harness; to be auctioned courtinday to of court house on next 2p I The board of deacons of the Presby- the highest bidder. W. C. Shanks. terian Church, of Richmond met and -PTTRXTTTTTT? .Tnttfncrc ...V om) lJ.VA.AA. OO accepted Colonel Harry B. Hanger's 'IK offer of $25,000, made to the church, Rugs, Wall Paper, Lace CuHams, last week, for a fund to erect a new Window Shades, Trucks, Suit Cases. I church, provided they raise the ad' Pictures and Mouldings. W. A. Trib-blditional $15,000. A great deal of 42tf Stanford. enthusiasm was displayed by the members, and all seemed anxious to THE stockholders of the Rural f go ahead with the work of raising Credit Association are requested to the money necessary to make up the meet at the courthouse in btaniora required amount. Sunday, Monday next, county court day, at Presbyterian Church, 62-- 2 August 13. Sunday school at 9:30. 2 o'clock p. m. S. M. Owens. Morning service at 11, preaching OWING to my obligations coming by Rev. A. A. Higgins. C. E. topic, Ana T am hmind to ask those who are "True Beauty and How to Get It" me to pay me at once; if indebted Proverbs 10: 10 31. Union service not all, astomuch as possioie as 1 neeu at the court house at 7:45, sermon it badly. H. C. Anderson. 63-- tf by Rev. D. M. Walker. FOR SALE. A first class grocery CENT-A-WOR- D ADS store Vmcinoca cnnfl location and a and meat market combined, r,nrA j (Ads here are 1 cent a word each issue, cash clean stock, owner wishes to enter Box 7b, oomersei, with order; no ad less than 25c each issue.) other business. -e, pointment here before conference. Rev. J. W. Beagle, formerly of Lancaster, but now, of Gorgetown, was unanimously called to the care of the Baptist church here for the remainder of the year. Prof, and Mrs. J. B. Hutchins and little Elsie were here Saturday to visit Mi, and Mrs.- - Evan Foley. Prof. Hutchins. is teaching at Sopus this term. been very Mr. F. L. Thompson-ha- s ill of stomach trouble. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Miller were in Crab Orchard Saturday. Mrs. G. C. Kennedy is very low and little hope is entertained for her recovery. Mr. J. R. Ttigsby has disposed of his interests in the Duroc hog raising business to his partner, Mr. Paul Finch, proprieter of the Drake's Creek Stock Farm. Mr. and Mrs. O. R. Carpenter, of Lancaster, were visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. D. Carnenter. McRob erts $9.85 For An : tfT" Bailey CAVE Trip in- All-Expen- se Two-Day- s hole! fare 54.35 Board From Stanford. AugUSt 15th. Roadthe routes in the caveat for S5.50eluding Round-trip tickets are on sale for morning trains at all stations. See L. & N. agent. 1 JL p (&Jl !j ir T miyi f a Illi w b I I Now you are going to need A "KOOL" SUIT And we have them. Also a Serge, Grey, Tan or Brown. ? vs. Durham, Admr Durham's Hrs Lincoln Circuit Court FOR SALE. Plaintiff Southdown buck. FOR RENT. - Ky. 59"6 Panamas, Straws and Leghorn Hats Oxfords of All Kinds White Duck Trousers for Outing Wear We are Headquarters for Fair Wants E. T. Pence. One 60-- 2 CARPENTER & CAMPBELL STANFORD, KY. We Will Save You Money on frigerators, Ice Cream Freez-- ers, Coolers, Etc. ALSO LAWN MOWERS AND GARDEN TOOLS- - Re- GEORGE H. FARRIS. Sub ' - Soil Your Land. Nothing will help like this. Try them and if vou don't them, return them to us. W. H. STANFORD, Corner Main and Depot Streets, :. HIGGINS KENTUCKY .i 56-- tf February term, 1916, in the above S. Baughman, Stanford. styled case, the undersigned comTYPHOID Vaccine for Immuniza missioner will on tion, fresh and on ice. The Penny MONDAY, AUGUST 14th, 1916 Drug Store, E. R. Coleman, Prop. at 11 o'clock a. m., in front of the at 11 o'clock a. m., in front of the FOR SALE Southdown rams. court house door m Stanford, Ky., Miss Mattie H. Hewes, Stanford, Ky. offer for sale at public outcry, the 59-- 3 D. 5, Box 61. following described realty in Lincoln R. county, Ky. yearA FEW choice Tract 1 A tract of Knob Lick ling bucks for sale.Southdown Cobb, Richard Lincoln land near Milledgeville, 59 4p. county, Kentucky and described as Jr., Danville, Ky. follows: Beginning at a white oak RUBBER your TIRING Have corner to R. C. Durham, Rucker and Russell, W with R. C. Durham's line Rubber Tires put on before fair to John McCormack's corner, thence time. $10 to $14. E. T. Pence, S with a Bruce line to a point on Jr., Stanford. 63 tf. top of hill, thence east with M. S. Russell to white oak bush, Bell's line, J. M. ROBERTS, Somerset Ky., thence N with Bell's line to the be- has 100 nice black face stock ewes ginning and containing 20 acres for sale. 62-- 2 more or less. Tract 2 A tract of land near FOR SALE 400 bushels of absoMilledgeville in Lincoln county, Ky., lutely clean seed wheat. G. A. Swine-broabeginning at a beech and two hick62 2t. Lancaster, Ky. ory stumps near Rout's corner on the county road, thence W with county WANTED To rent farm of from road to Wm. Alford's and McCor- 100 to 150 acres by a good tenant. Almack's corner, thence S with ford's: and McCormack's line, and Apply for information to this office. 63 lp. George McCormack's line to a stone, in Bruce and George McCor-macONE 'TYPEWRITER For sale or Sr., line, and thence E with Bruce and McCormack's line to a exchange. Can be seen at the store white oak to Lula McCormack and of W. H. Higgins. Would exchange George Durham; thence N with for buggy. A. R. Bennett, R. D. 1, 63 lp. George Durham's line to a stone, Stanford. thence E with George Durham's line to county road, thence N with counCOAL This is the month to huy ty road to the beginning, containing about 60 acres. There is excluded your Winter coal. Everything points from boundary, however, one and to a car shortage in the nearI future, am reone-ha- lf acres sold to George rruitt; also to much higher prices. two acres .sold to John Allen; two ceiving three cars this week of the hest of all coals, the Rex and the acres sold to G. A. Dinwiddie. Said sale is made pn a credit of six Bon. Coal gets no better than these,. months, purchaser to execute bond coals and 1 will nil your nouse at payable in six months with interest 12 2 cents per bushel and give you at six per cent from date of sale un- every pound you pay for. There is til paid, with approved surety; lien no greater aggravation than to fill retained on land sold, having force your house with mean coal. Give Jycur order now and save money. and effect of judgment. M. w. ruwLt, E. D. Pennngton, M. C. L C. C. v ., i d, k, -1-- Pursuant to a judgment rendered in the Lincoln Circuit Court at its on East Main street. Defendant House of four rooms Apply to John xrnTTrF Mr. J. B. Huffman, of Lexington, will have charge of oux Dry Cleaning plant ana is now at. your service. We call ana aenver. Phone 255. Stanford Dry Cleaning 62-- 2 Co., Stanford, Ky. ntottpw On if nount of havinc more work than I can do, I will in thp future confine myseii entirely When you want to Horseshoeing. anything in that line done rignt and at a reasonaoie price, come lu see me. Pedro Green, Highland.23 Thnvcrlnv evening on nike between Stanford- - and McKinney, a key ring containing 1 night latch 9. tijuI lock kevs. 1 gas tank i--v. ROBINSON'S ni t ncr wrench and 1 steel measure gauge. Reward of $1 it returnea to cms office. 62"2 FOR SALE. My high class touring car; has been run 9,000 miles;' 1 ThlS Car rrmrlition. i all troubles but tire wear, eliminates on the road. The price will surprise ,,.. a oar that Will al back. Chas. Wheeler, ways come Hustonville, Jiy. Cattle to graze or WANTED buy. Pure bred yearling jersey bulls and Duroc Spring pigs for sale. Two farms for Tent for 1917, con taining 300 and 240 acres eacn; good improvements and productive. Will need a good" man with small family to run my home place. Quan- ity of corn for sale. F. Reid, Stan59 4f- ford, Ky. " FOR SALE privately, the S. E. Owsley farm of 220 acres; large colonial brick residence, cellar, cistern, two bams, srrfoke house, tenant house, and other buildings; situated in heart of the Blue Grass;ll limootnnP KOll Ml eXC6'state of cultivation; in Lincoln lent county, near towns of Danville. Lancaster and Stanford, where there are excellent churches and schools. Will be sbld at a bargain. For particulars address Mrs. W. R. Rice. Southern 57-- tf Hotel, Jackson, Tenn. r.ro-r.4n-?n-n. Rakes and Hoes,! Water Coolers and tinder Twine. See us before you buy T. D. Opposite the Court-Hous- e, UC iJUll Phone No. 16S. 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 The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky: Friday, August 11, 1916 x?yr;vgt Admission 25 and 15 Cents Special Park For Automobiles "Road building most complete. Special arrangements of concessions in August 17th is Lincoln County Day Reduced Rates on Rail- No Races; Be remioiTi! 4g roads. H- - Roberts' United Shows on the grounds-o- ver 200 performers. A Change of Free Attrac- tions. Bigger and Better I in Center Ffeld. No more crowded grove. AUGU ST $$p Ifli x3y-tSB jm i rn J Heard About i own Masters, local liveryman, has added another Ford touring car to his equipment, making two he is now using in his business. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Boyd, of the Hub"ble section, are receiving con- -j gratulations upon the birth of a baby G. H. V ! -- than ever. ' a The First National Bank Of Stanford, Ky., Had Stomach Trouble Four Years. Versailles Man Is Rewarded For Confidence : "MoiJier's Friend." jtM"W- - tW iWhatBoGs&e VMdGwsaMoilief ? F C CZfSiXSiWIJ VVtv'tiZ? iJ.'il!ASV. -- - A r.Ail tnat -lovecan give for cheer. All that science can give for re-.- i w . -- , fxxxtffX lief. Capital, $50,000.00 Surplus and Profits, $31,000.00 This Bank and its Predecessor Make it one of the Very Oldest Banks South Of The Ohio River It Combines Absolute Safety with Satisfactory Service, and Invites New Accounts upon its Merits for its Strength and Superior J see dauhta: "I had stomach trouble for nearly just can't help laughing when IsewWalter Anderson and wife, of the four years. It gradually worked on somebody pouring coal into the Hedgeville section, are receiving conme so bad that the doctors said they er." Thousands of people eat and eat gratulations upon the arrival of a couldn't do any thing for me. I was bouncing boy in their home. advised by a friend to take Tanlac, and eat. The food does them about as Deputy Internal Revenue Collectors the new tonic," said Mr. Fred Sew-el- l. much good as the coal that went into Fish and Cantrill, who have been who lives at 432 Main Streeet, the sewer. Food unless thoroughly digested cannot enter the blood and looking over local narcotic sales recKy. Versailles, ords this week, left Wednesday for produce bodily strength. "One bottle of it made me feel That is why Tanlac is so highly i Mt. Vernon and Corbin. - nnc vothv the time I had taken praised. It digests food, causes to Harry Jacobs says that Congressseveral bottles I began to think that make strength and naturally itthe man Harvey Helm has notified him I was cured. I stopped taking tne nerves are quieted, blood improved that he has obtained a pension for TTofHfinp nnd do not believe I wilt lie many ailments such as head- Mrs. Lucy B. Jacobs, widow of the troubled with my ailment any more." and aches, dizziness, constipation, nausea late Daniel Jacobs, of Waynesburg. To illustrate a point the following and other ills promptly relieved. News comes from Hood River, story is told: Tanlac is being especially intro- Oregon, that J. K. Carson, formerly A pnd wamn drove ud in front of duced in Stanford at Penny's Drug of this county, is chief of police of an office building. The driver dump- Store, E. R. Coleman, proprieter. that little city of some 5,000 inhabiTanlac may be obtained at th fol- tants, and that he is making an exed the coal, and, as he was letting jt run into the chute, he observed a lowing nearby cities: Moreland, Ab- cellent offical. darky watching him ana laugmng as raham .Minks ;( Hustonville, Adams of Due the Bros.; McKinney, True & Co.; Ellis-bur- Mary E.toWelch, solicitation N., Mrs. only a darky can laugh. has the L. & "What's the matter with you?" Lyne W. C. Bryant; Crab Orchard, agreed to erect a small waiting shed Bros.; Brodhead, John Rob-bin- or depot at Hayden's Switch, about always said the driver. "Do you Lancaster, R. E. McRoberts; a mile north of Rowland, which will laugh when you see somebody pourBee Lick, J. Reynolds &. Son; ing coal into a hole?" be quite a convenience to those using W. A. Korton. "No, boss," said the darKy "out 1 that station. W. H. Higgins has bought a nifty g, s; Way-nesbur- g, Ml ssissifsnScZsiSEsSEsiEzzsssis i-v contributed "Mother's Friend" to alleviate pain and render aid preceding, and at confinement, to assist nature in preparing for rapid recovery and assuring the mother and child pcr-ary" drujrgfst, 'S y oi;e uer t at vur,,li,un- - 't and easily applied oybook - on Motherhood. ksry mother should have a ropy. write for free Address - " .ituiiLiii iiri:iii;iiiir urr."i mriir ininnn n Antl sefence hn ra v rAVv ilpSw i 1 Kfm mjg&&2?5?fr g-- ... UDISj -- . If T o r?yfe.Tr,73'"i rNr:,y a au 13 uXIJLTJt X i. uf WA47 1k -Vi-- Jr vr " EiS&MOT r Study mjs!c in the atmosphere of culture oA r ns-ard In ideal surroundings. Lexington. S Ky., is the seat of culture, the university! citv the city of ideal environs that are nn inmntivo to the hkrhest idealism. So sitnacd. the Lexinjrton College of Music with Its faculty of distinguished instructors In voice, piano, violin and other string instruments, brass instruments, theory, harmony, composition, teacher's training, public school music. dra- matic art and painting, affords rare advantages to thO( muslcstudent. Degrees conferred, rcsi'ions guaranteed.' Summer term begins June 12. Terms and board "Write for catalogue. i Fall term September 11. 'tag, Lexicgtcn College el nose KslhY roa.-onable- . JffvSsraiE Personal and Social -- CATARRH IS OEiOSag8205raSQSnt)OE 3030 Your Summers Go Better are better, thanks to thanks to the soda fountain soda fountains II P the drinK lliat made the soda fountain a national institution. Thet's because it pave them a useful. v'holeso:r.e, dcLdoua and refreshing beverage to cerve. Dssicns iKs penuino by full name rucknazies encourage substitution. A THE COCA-COL- CO. ATLANTA. GA. ScnS for free bosHci "The Romcncc cf CccaCclo." mgkm a 4 ill SL&L It has been said that every third August 12 Saturday afternoon, Beulah Walker circle will meet person has catarrh in some form. the at the home ot .urs, w. u. uinuu Science has shown that nasal catarrh 3 o'clock. often indicates a general veakness w, a in Mrs. T. J. Hill, Jr., went to Cin- of the body; and local treatments mother, the form of snuffs and vapors do little, cinnati this week to visit her if any good.' Mrs. Bruning. Mrs. S. P. Stagg, of Lexington is To correct catarrh you should treat its Tip of friends and relatives cause by enriching your blood with here. in Scott's Emulsion which is a . Col. and Mrs. John Lay, oi tne medicinal food and a building-tonifree Jumbo section, were in town on busi- fromalcoholorauyharinfuldrugs. Try it. ; J. r- -. n'ciwWfl ness Thursday. Pxtt Mrs. Earl Withers and two children have returned from a pleasant Miss Stella left and family for Lebanon toRupleyher Thursday visit to Mrs. Will visit sitser, Mrs. Lancaster. at children, R. R. Hourigan and family. Sirs. Herbert Jones and Mrs. E. of and Mrs. Lizie Delman, of Cincinnati was up P. shortKemp, with Louisville, a time are the guests of Mrs. S. J. Bell, near er, Dr. T. W. Pennington her brothand famTurnersville. Atwood Dillion, of Stanford, has ily this week. Mrs. Robert T. Bruce went up to returned to his home after visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Crab Orchard Wednesday to join a Dillion, of this place. London Echo. Richmond party on a picnic. Mrs. R. A. Asbury, of Little Rock, Misses Bess Holtzclaw and Mary Ark., came Thursday to be with her who j day to visit Miss jyiabef McBee and mother, Mrs. Charlotte-Warre- n, continues ill still attend the fair. Hon. Clay Kauffman, and Mrs. Era Gatewood Beazley and ' Tim Giv-ma Kauffman, of Lancaster, were on ens vent to Middlesboro Wednesday Thursday afternoon's tram en route to Mr and Mrs s w Givens to Louisville. and family. Misses Lucy Peterson and Sudie Mr. Clarence Nickles and Miss Lee Pickett, ot Uaysyille, wno nave Christine Joplin, of Cincinnati, spent been the cuests of friends and rela Sunday night with Miss Sue Lbgan tivs here, returned home today. bmitn, out on the CraD Urchard pike Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Ellis, near and left Monday morning to attend Waynesburg, were in town Thursday the Mt. Vernon Fair. on business and shaking hands with Deputy State Auditor A. Addams their many friends. and daughter, iss Jane Addams, of Mrs. T. W. Jones, who has been Frankfort are spending their vacathe guest of her parents, Col. and tion with Mrs. John Buchannan and Mrs. E. H. Norman at Walton, re- family at Crab Orchard. Miss Martha turned home Thursday, accompanied Riker, of Harrodsburg, is a guest by them for a visit here there with Miss Addams. Mrs. Richard Cobb and Miss Miss Ella Rigney, of Hustonville, Cobb went to Richmond Thurs- and Mr. Thurmond Tudor, of Standay morning to visit friends and rela- ford, have returned home after a tives. They will motor from there pleasant visit to Miss Catharine to Lexington to take in the fair. Bourne and Mr. Gainer Bourne at Mrs. L. M. Westerfield. of Par:1;, their home on the Perryville road. who has been here with Mrs M. D. Danville Advocate. Eimore and other relatives went to Miss Elizabeth Carter, who has Parksville Wednesday for a short been visiting her grandmother, Mrs. viFit before returning home Sue Bright, in this city, returned to Miss Mary D. Bpck. of MoFmnev. her home in Stanford yesterday, acstopped over Wednesday night on companied by Mrs. Bright, who will her way home from a visit to Mrs. visit friends and relatives in Lincoln Will Hawkins at Corbin, with Mr. and county. Mt. Sterling Advocate. Mrs. J. M. Carter. Wm. Kincaid, of Elizabethtown, Be ecn Ljrove who has been visiting Cashier J. E. Gadberry, of the Waynesburg BankMrs. Bettie Davis and little daughing Company, accompanied that gen- ter, Nell, visited Mrs.JEllis Griffin, tleman on a business trip here Sunday. Mrs. G. W. Spaneler is in Illinois Miss Ruth Waller, of Louisville, who has been visiting her sisteri Bs uth, cuest of her daughter, Mrs. ,T urs. x nomas n. n,aas ana iarmiy, V here, went to Lancaster Thursday s w? Smlth are be the guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. E.,VISfT cfSf8 '", WA ,1.amsbIurf-- : c, - -- vit El-ver- ee -- tJ-!l- F fffotrftLmfi Tvy 'EfsC' flUw7 . N. Craij AT The Lincoln Pharmacy IS PREPARED TO TEST YOUR EYES And Supply You With The Glasses You Need. Every Pair Sold With Our Absolute of Satisfaction. Guafan-ante- e Declaring his belief that a city's Mayor should give his entire time to J. H. Robinson, of duties of his office. Mayor Frank was here Sunday to see her daugh- - Strft?J?le!LtJ?uesJ? ?! Mlss Ber" the Yost, of Hopkinsville, submitted X. Saturday night. ter Mrs. Lee Rupley. She was ac Mrs. Nannie Sm'ith aii Miss Rox-i- e his resignation, which was accepted. ftimnanied by Dr. and Mrs. Char. Spangler Sanders and children. Mrs. Rupley Good Hope. are attending church at left Thursday for Perryville to attend Some one who loves water melons the iair and visit her parents. Coving visited the patch of Will Smith's and Miss Ruth Culberson, of ton is the guest of Miss Edna Cani-nit- a plugged several of his nicest melons, As executor of the "will of A. G. Chrisman, deceased, I will, on Saturat her country home on the Lex while he was away, Monday. ington roadj Mr. C. K. bandidge Roberts' United Shows, a large day, SeptemEer 2, 1916, at two and wife of Lincoln county are the company, will be on the Midway at o'clock, P. M. in front of Hunn & guests of Mr. nd Mrs. R. M. Pitman, the Bodh'ead Fair. Ten high class Coffey's store, in Moreland, Ky., sell out on the Junction City road. shows and three good free attrac- at public outcry, to the highest and Danville Messenger. tions are furnished by this company. best bidder, the farm owned by A. Mss Mary Shelby, of Arcadia is G. Chrisman at his death, and being visiting Misses Alice Johnson and his old home place, lying one mile M. Hutch-in- s, Mary Hogsette. Mr. R. east of Moreland, consisting1 of nine$100 Reward, $100 who has been the guest of his acres df paper will be pleased t The readers of aunt, Mrs. H- - F. Miller has returned learn that there 19this least one dreaded disease ty This farm land. is well improved, under at to his home at Stanford. Miss Sara that science has been able to .care In all Its fence, in excellent neighborhood, Cure and that Is hs been the Etages, only positive Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh med- convenient to churches, schools, and Wilmot, of Lancaster, Is the cure now known to the guest of Miss Catharine Bourne. ical fraternity. Catarrh being a constitutional railroad station, being within one disease, requires a constitutional treatment Messenger. Danville is chiefly down in them. internally, acting mile Cure is Miss Isabelle Givens ''entertained Hall's Catarrh the blood takenmucous surfaces of grass.of Here isIt a bargain for the ' upon directly and the foundation Friday evening with a delightful riic- the system, thereby destroying patient strength man looking for a home-farIt of and giving the nic on the lawn in honor of her guest by the disease, the constitution and .assisting na- lies in "the best section of Lincoln building up Miss Annie Tan Arsdale Craig, of ture in doing its work. The proprietors have county. bo much Stanford. An elegant supper was offer One faith .in its curative powers that they Terms easy, and hade known on nunared Dollars for any case that It spread out under the trees. About falls to cure. Send for list of testimonials. , the day of sale. ' O. Address F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, twelve guests enjoyed the hospitality Sold by all Druggists, 75c. Edawrd. Alcorn, executor of the will of this charming hostess, Danville Take Hall's Family Pills for constipatiOBi Messenger. of A. G. Chrisman, deceased. t. Mrs". factory improvement from the tack of appendicitis she sustained L,?1week. She is still at the home of her mother, Mr, Hughes in Lan- I Dickerson Mrs. J.W. Acy is making a satis-- , S, PBrrymJ Pe SSSfi. LSM2S. tedJ" RJ?01 ti- VlSit - t0 fl"iendS at m i and wife visi-lfef.Sunday. Ford delivery truck, and has learned to drive it himself. He practiced "backing her un" in the lot in the rear of the Presbyterian church, but the damage to the building is not thought sufficiently serious to cause the congregation any uneasiness. News has been received from Florida that Col. I. M. Bruce, of this city, who is in charge of a section of work on the construction of the Dixie nd Mas-cot- t, Highway between has just been very highiv commended by the engineers in charge for the . splendid character of road work which he has done. John Engleman, who has been campaigning his crack thrpe year-tl- d trotter Harrcd's Creek over the grand circuit tracks, was called home by the serious condition of his brother, R. C. (Bub) Engleman. Mr. has a stake winner in Har-rod- 's Creek and will race him a little later at the Lexington trots. He has him entered in several of the biggest stakes there including the Futurity. $7,000 Three-year-oMr. Morgan Smith Bsughman, the young horseman from Stanford, who had his string on the local grounds, has in his number one of the finest specimens of light horseflesh ever seen in this part of the state a mare pony, just a little too large for the pony cless, but fits well in the phaeton pony class This mare is undefeated in her class. He recently sold her to Jones Brothers, of Tennessee, for $250, but is to l:eep her for the Fair circuit. Danville Advocate. Taylor Wesley, the staff of the Louisville postoffice, and Prof. L. G. Wesley, principal of the High School at Colliersville, Tenn., were in Stanford a short while Thursday shaking linns with their manv friends. These gentleman lived at Waynesburg, this county, a numDer oi years ago, anu are sons of the late Silas Wesley, of the Bethel Ridge section, of Casey county. J. F. Cook, the widely known breeder and horseman of Lexington and formerly of Lincoln county, was hpst Monday night at a seven-cours- e dinner, at his home on West Third nt street, in Lexington, to representatives of foreign powers who are in the United States to Durchase horses and jacks for large interests which they represent. The guests inculde Carl Luttgen, manager of the Casa Grande ranch in Peru, the largest estate in the world devoted to the breeding of live stock, who is here to buy gaited stallions and jacks; Dr. Lionel Shan- i non, of the British West Indies, who t is here for jacks, jennets, saddle and i Percheon horses for sugar planters i in the three islands of St. Kitts, An- i tigua and Trindad, and Dr. Honore F. Laine, of Havana, Cuba, who has been in Kentucky for several weeks purchasing saddle horses for deer hunting on one of the big Cuban estates. "The occasion proved a most delightful one for boih. host and guests. Le-'-sbuEn-glem- an Go Where The Crowd Goes You Will Meet Your Friends at The f asey county Fair At Libertjr, Ky, August 18, 17, 18, 16. New Grounds, Plenty Shade and Big me. Aeroplane Ascension Each Day. Automobile Parade Second Day. School Children Parade on the Third Day of Fair. Music by Danville Band. L. W. Cundiff, Sec'y Write for Catalogue. ld three-promine- Ford Touring Car F. O. B. DETROIT $360 I Ford Runabout 34S imi F. O. B. DETROIT H. C. ANDERSON, Stanford Mit a FORD AGENT FOR LINCOLN COUNTY Storage Repairing Tirea Accessories Phone immimiii .T ! 203 i in iii jnnMnffwr11rwt-T..Tyj3-- 1HJ- tiusss5firetjTrvncaeai3jnEV3E?r, PUBLIC SALE I 4 HOTELS LIGHT, AIRY 4 World Famous Crab Orchard Springs. - m. Connecting Rooms, Capacity. Seven varieties of water ChalybeBrick ate, Salt $100,000 300 Guests, Crab Orchard, Building. Finest in South.' Magnesia, Sulphur, Etc. Cistern, New Hot and Cold Bath Departments. Boating. Fishing. OPEN ENTIRE YEAR Hunting. Fox Chasing. county, lake 18 feet deep. One and In Lincoln branch Kentucky, on the Knoxville L. & N., 115 miles one-ha- lf miles of Dix river. from Louisville, 46 miles from Lexington, 139 miles south of Cincinnati MUSIC DANCING Long Distance Phone and Tele- RATES $2.00 PER DAY $10.00 graph. 4 daily mails. Ex$12.00 and $14.00 PER WEEK press. Large Auto Garage. Livery in Connection. Good Children, Under 12 Years and Nurses 4-a- Turnpikes i 1 1 ' Swimming Pool. Electric Lights ' and own ice plant. Baseball, Tennis, Croquet in all directions. Half Price J. B. WILLIS, Secretary, CRAB ORCHARD, KY. ( 63-4- , ' MMMMMn T The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky: Friday, August 11, 1916 August Reduction Clearance Sale! Begins Saturday, Aug. 12. Many ces reduced as much as 50 per cent. We are closing out our Summer Stock In order not to carry it over until next year Farm and Stock News Myers & McClintock, of Paris, bought five head of aged mules in Mason county at an average of $135 a head. At Winchester T. I. Willis bought a Shetland pony from T. C. Braden-burg, I ONE DROP OF BOURBON POULTRY CURE down the throat of a gaping chicken, destroys the worms y B. C. Caywood has sold his 120 acre farm, near Burgin, to H. C. Kincaid, of Pulaski, at $60 an acre. In Mercer county, Graham & Perkins have bought 128 ewes from J. C. Horn at $8.50 a head, and 81 head from Jack Leonard at the same price and they also purchased three rams You'll Recognize S.S.S.Cartons a wwCTta riuaa. On the shelves of your draz-gist at $12.50. ta tonics: llmntoi naitcwt' at $200. Henry Price, of the Walnut Grove section, of Pulaski, has sold his farm for $6,500. pri- - Read These Prices. You Will See The Difference. LADIES OXFORDS AND LOW QUARTERS 120 pairs of Oxfords worth $3, now 95c White Low Quarters worth $2 and $3 now 85c; Patent Leather Low Quarters worth $3 for $1.69; $4 values $2.24. Men's Low Quarters, worth $3, now $1.69; $4 values at $2.48 and $5 and $6 values go at $3.48. Big Line of Men's Mule Skin Working Shoes. worth $1.75 now $1.39; $2 and $2.50 values now $1.48. LADIES' WHITE AND STRIPED DRESSES worth $3 and $5, now 98c We have only 50 SILK DRESSES worth $10 and $12.50 which will go at $2.48. We have 35 Silk Poplin and Silk Dresses worth $15 at $3.98. WHITE WASH SKIRTS, worth $1.25 and $1.50 now 98c. LADIES' VESTS Big line of 10c values for 5c; extra good 10c, 4 for 25c; 15c and 20c values for 12c. WHITE WASH GOODS PK worth 15c, now 8c; 25c value for 19c; 35c and 50c values at 25c. Lawns, Flowers and Stripes, worth 10c and 7 l-15c now 8 value, 10 yards to the customer for 48c Poplin and Novelty, good and worth25c to 50c a yard at 19c a yard. MIDDY BLOUSES worth 50c, at 39c; $1 and $1.50 values go at 89c. c; 2c I per head. James McCormack lost a couple of thoroughbred Shorthorn bull calves from blackleg this week. He valued them at $100 each. W. B. Burton, of Lancaster, this week sold to Herbert Ellis of Wilson, N. C, two car loads of mules, 48 in all, to go Oct. 1st at a price running from $140 to $200 a head. C. C. Gover, north of Stanford, sold to T. W. Jones, of the stock yards here, 44 head of hogs at 8 2 cents a pound. They will average bout 200 pounds when delivered. Georgt A. McRoberts, of the Shelby Citv section, has just delivered to T. W. Jones, of Stanford, 35 head of hogs which have been under contract for some time to the local buyer. They averaged 180 pounds and were sold at 9 8 cents a pound. . Yowell & Eads, Hustonville stock men sold to T. W. Jones, of this city a bunch of 70 hogs that they have had on feed at from $8.85 to $9 a hundred pounds. These porkers were of various sizes but would average about 170 pounds. S. J. Embrv, who was down in Casey last week, bought several good mules while there. From Ed Wilder at Liberty, he bought a pair of yearling mare mules for $360; and from Ed Price he bought a pair of three- year-ol- d mare mules at $190 each. Two mules belonging to Favette county were killed by an L. & N. train, near Lexington, Thursday. They were valued at $445. The Fayette Fiscal Court ordered that Bros., for $350, to suDplant those 1-1-- W. D. Mclntyre, of Millersburg, bought of Owen Ratcliff, of Nicholas county, 38 head of ewes, at $7 The farm of Jacob Hawkins, in Mercer county has been disposed of as follows: The 89 4 acres lying on the north side of the pike was sold to John Lear for $7,000; the 3-- ucnmt ! wwiwSj" fjrn water cures and on the south side of the pike was sold to R. W. Clark, of Boyle counand saves'the chick's life, A few drops In the drinking ty, for $159 per acre. 24 1-- 2 acres with all improvements rii" by the absence of any showy designing more so will yoa S. is the Stand ard Blood Purifier after girinzit an opportunity to rebuild and strencthen your 'run down blood with its wonderful tonic qualities. THE SWiJT SPECIFIC Co. ATLANTA. GA. PREVENTS DISEASE For the treatment o f White Diarrhoea In chicks and Blackhead and other diseases In turkeys BOURBON POULTRY CURE HAS NO EQUAL PUBLIC SALE As I go to take charge of the State Farm at Eddyville, Sept., 1st, I will sell all my personalty at pub lic auction on Saturday, August 26, 1916, beginning at 9:30 A. M. of. the following: Horse Stock Pair of extra good working brood mares, both with mare mule colts at their sides; an sorrel mare, a good driver and worker; an aged gray family horse. Mules A good pair of yearling horse mules; a good yearling mare mare mule; a mule; a work mule, slightly blem,con-sisting One 90c bottle makes 12 gallons of medicine. CHILDREN'S DRESSES. worth 50c go at 39c; $1 and $1.50 values go for 79c Big line of LADIES' NIGHT GOWNS. Ask to see them. Going very low. Men's and Boys' Sport Shirts, 50 and 75 at 39c; $1, $1.25 at 79c. MEN'S UNION SUITS B. V. D. worth $1 and $1.50 now 89c; 50c and 75c grades now at 45c MEN'S WORK SHIRTS 50c and 75c values now at 45c. We have a big line of Men's Shirts at 23c DON'T MISS THIS SALE WHILE CUT PRICES ARE ON. BEGINS 8 O'CLOCK SATURDAY, AUGUST 12. First come, first served. The BARGAIN STORE SALEM & SALEM 1916 ANNOUNCEMENT OF 1916 Hughes & Swinebroad The Real Estate Men of Lancaster buyer and shipper of the southern section, had a load of sheep in an accident last week, according to a report which has reached here. It said that he had 10 head killed in the Danville yards and about 32 crippled. Ray Ball has 40 head of hogs on wheat and other feed which he contracted to deliver to Senator R. L. Hubble several months ago, at 7 cents a pound. He hopes to have the porkers average 300 pounds when they go the last of October. T. W. Jones has bought several bunches of hogs from local feeders within the past week. From Henry Fields on the Somerset pike, he purchased 31 head that averaged 160 pounds at $8.90; from Logan Stephenson, of Maywood, 17 head that averaged 200 pounds at 9 cents. Caywood & McClintock, of Paris, shipped, Thursday, Friday and Saturday to Jersey City, three car loads of lambs numbering 750 head, that cost from $8 to $8.25 per hundred pounds. This firm has shipped more than 10,000 lambs to Jersey City this season that represented a totad outlay in cash of more than $75,000. H. C. Bottom, of Junction City has sold to W. A. Coulter, of Washington county, 18 small head of cattle at $22 per head; to Wm. Foster 7 head at $25 per head; to Mitchel killed. Green Gooch, a well known stock "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 infec tious disease with it, therefore I speak from experience when I say it cures. I heartily recommend it to my poultry raising friends in this and adjoining counties, as the greatest ished. Cattle Two milk cows, one a remedy I have ever used for the cure and the other and prevention of poultry diseases." jersey a black spring a Black steer calf; a Jno. O. Reid, Stanford, Ky. jersey steer calf; a nice jersey heifer calf; a black Sold in Stanford by The yearling steers. yearling heifer; 14 Hoes If not sold before, I will Lincoln Pharmacy sell 49 hogs that will average about 100 pounds; 4 brood sows bred to farrow this fall; and a young sow and four suckling pigs. PUBLIC SALE Farming Implements, consisting of a 2 horse wagon; 2 sets Having decided to move back to harness; a buggy and 2 sets of bugtown, I will sell at Public Auction, gy harness; a No. 11 Ohio. cutting at 1:30 o'clock on box, as good as. new; a 2 horse gasoTUESDAY. AUGUST 22nd, 1916 line engine, good as new; several sets of plow gear?; 2 Brown riding at my farm, located 3 miles from cultivators; 2 turning plows; a 1 Stanford, 2 miles from Rowland, on horse cultivator; a disc harrow; the Goshen pike, the following prop- smoothng harrow; a wheat drill; a erty, t: scraper and a lot of other Horses 1 bay mare, good worker, farming tools. gentle, with good mare mule colt by 150 chicken hens will be sold if side; 1 horse not sold before; also about the same mule, broke; 1 horse by number of frying size chickens. Kentucky Gentleman and out of a 20 bushels of fine hill onions, and standard bred mare. some Irish Potatoes. Cows 1 good milch cows; 2 full 25 acres of corn, to be sold in the stock Jerseys and 2 half stock Jer- field; 300 bales of good No. 1 hay; seys; 3 fine Jersey heifer calves; 1 70 bales of straw in barn. nice yearling heifer, bred; 7 yearAn acre and a half of sugar cane. ling steers. Household and Kitchen Furniture Hogs 1 brood sows, good ones; 3 of all sorts, too numerous to menheavy with pigs; 23 shoats; 1 large tion. barren. JOHN C. PEPPLES. 1 wagon; 1 wagon; 1 cutting harrow, good as new; CAPT. AM BOURNE, Auctioneer. 1 buggy; 1 set wagon harness and many other things too numerous to PROFESSIONAL AND mention. Terms made known on day of BUSINESS CARDS sae- J. B. SARTAIN. J. B. Dinwiddie, Auctioneer. INSURANCE in all its branches; Surety Bonds; Farm Loans West End Insurance Agency, W. J. 61-1Campbell, Hustonville. Hol-stei- n; of-wag- on to-wilG-ha- nd rse Real Estate For Sale NO. 141 50 acres; 35 acres in cultivation; balance in timber; two houses; barn, chicken house etc.; well waterjed; good neighborhood; close to school and church; Price $1500.00. NO, 142 151 acre farm five miles from 5. m Stanford; in the best part of the county; one house of five rooms and two porches; the other house is 1 2 story of five rooms; tcbacco and stock barn, 36x70; cistern, springs and ponds; about 100 acres in grass; balance in cultivation ; orchard of 75 trees; all buildings and fence in good shape; close to good school and church; this farm is located in the best farming section of the county. Price $70.00 per acre, 3 down and balance in 1, 2 ana 3 years. 1-1-- Mr. Far mer 6p CHAS. HART DENTIST modern equipped office. Somno-foranesthesia and orthodontia a specialty. Phone 33, Hustonville, Ky. A to Mr. Keeling, 2 head at $25 per ' Come and let us sell you a farm in No. 14. 201 acres, unimproved, head; to f. S. Baker, 11 head at Garrard county, where five millions fronting on two pikes, one mile from $30 per head; to Dick Pope, four of pounds of the best tobacco is Lancaster, first class land in every head at $26.50 per head. grown annually; where all the agri- particular, a number of fine building In Bourbon county. Ray Hamilton cultural products grow abundantly; sites, susceptible of division from sev- has purchased of Mrs. Clarence where the best live stock is bred; eral smaller farms. Price $130 per Prather a farm containing thirty-eigwhere the blue grass grows; where acre. acres lying on the Jackstown good schools, moral and hospitable No. 15. 243 acres, four miles out and Plum pikes, for $122 per acre. ve been thinking people are attracting many home on pike, highly improved, mostly in Frank Kiser has purchased of Matt county seat, grass, good land, ready for business, Long, the tract of land lying on seekers. Lancaster, the of building for some Stoner Creek, opposite the ice facthas three banks, telephone exchange, $75 per acre. ory, at a private price. light plant, creamery, splenelectric No. 16. 225 acres in State of InHme. P. T. Reynolds, of Rood House, did water works system, two flouring diana, 45 miles north of Louisville mills, grain and hemp warehouse, to- on B. & O. R. R., fertile land and 111., is here on a visit to his brother-in-laD. O. Lewis, of the Moreland bacco warehouse, on the L. & N. rail- good improvements, will sell or exIn no other way can road, one of the best graded schools change for other property. section. Mr. Reynolds, who is an in the State, having an endowment No. 18. 125 acres, rijrht nf. tnm. extensive farmer, tells the I. J. that you obtain such feed fund of $50,000 in addition to a old time brick residence, large rooms his section are suffering fram a sev$30,000 new school building. We brick OUlbuildinp-R- . ntrviPtiTra 1ixmn ere drouth and that the TU'osnects economy for your stock. can sell homes or choice lots near good land, susceptible of makine a for a good corn crop are very poor. He has over 200 acres in that crop. the school. suburban division, a number of You cannot spend any Our price is the owner's price. We ouimmg lots, Irontmg on street, fine Mr. Reynolds would like very much but refer to any bank or to any official we must sell as a whole, has never to return to Lincoln county to locate money on your farm to for proof that we will deal fairly been on the market until now. Fur- and is anxious to get in touch with with you; as we have done for ten ther particulars and price on appli- any one who has a nice farm he would rent for a year with prospect years and have no dissatisfied custo- cation. better advantage. And mers. No. 19. 200 acres, on pike, four of selling at the end of that time. Improved and unimproved farms miles from Lancaster, very high the only kind of silo to WELL'S STORE of all sizes and various locations and improvements, large handsome class I resiat various places but any farm priced dence, large barns, silo, etc. Can be Herbert Reynolds, our hustling have is a at its market value. divided into two or three or more school supervisor, was thru here last week visiting schools. He made a In the East capitalists are hunting farms, but we must sell as a whole nice speech at Clear Fork in behalf real estate. at $150 per acre. No. 1. 130 acres, on pike, 4 2 No. 20. 117 9 acres by survey, of the puipls. Plato Cullip has sold his farm to miles from Lancaster, good land, one mile from pike on road slightly rolling, well improved, at $90 large residence, new macadam barn, a mountain man and will move to tobacco Illinois in the near future. He has per acre. Which is there forever No. 2. 171 acres. 4 2 miles on stock barn, good land, limestone soil, lived in this communitv all of his a bargain at $11,000. life and will be greatly missed. main pike, fine land and well locawhen you have it made acres 1 2 miles Jo. 21. Mat Wells' family are visiting ted, good improvements, at $135.00 from town 147 pike, on fair improve- parents and relatives near Crab his per acre. ments, good No. 3. 191 acres on pike 1 2 partly rolling, land, very productive, can be divided, price Mrs. Allen Keesee is visiting relamiles from town, land very fertile, as a whole, $80 per acre. tives in the mountains of Eastern tenant house and two laree tobacco No. 22. 60 acres, on nike A 1.9 Kentucky, where she and her .barns. Price $120.00 per acre. miles from Lancaster, good land all moved from a few years ago. family No. 4. 124 acres on good road, in grass, 6 room dwelling, stock 2 mile from pike, rich land, partly barn, tobacco barn and other out- lin.Born to the wife of Willie McATnl. a twelve pound boy. rolling, brick house and tobacco barn. buildings, improvements all new. The new school at Clear Fork is $85 per acre. $5,000.00. progressing nicely w'ith W. P. ReyNo. 5. 125 acres, 4 mile from No. 23. 68 acres, five miles from pike, 1 2 miles from railroad, good Lancaster, on pike, right at school nolds as superintendent. Miss Hettie Reynolds, who has land, fair improvements, a bargain and churches, accessible to two other been visiting her brother, Herbert at $75 per acre. county seats, small residence, large STANFORD, KY. No. 6. 310 acres on pike, 2 miles barn, good, young orchard, fine lo- Reynolds, at Stanford for several from good village, residence, stock, cation for dairyman or stock man. days has returned home. barn and tobacco barn, well watered Price on application. mostly in grass, hemp and tobacco, No. 23 104 acres, highly imland ready for cultivation. A money- proved, two miles from Lancaster, maker at $65 per acre. splendid land. Price $135 per acre. No. 7. 200 acres of as good land No. 24. as there is in Kentucky, 1 2 miles tion; large A good business proposidwelling with from Lancaster, on pike, well improvbasement for kitchen, dining KINGS MOUNTAIN, KY ed at $150 an acre. room, etc., large livery barn, two stoNo. 8. 80 acres unimproved, ad- ry, floor, hard-woo- d joining No. 7, on pike at $135 per usedupper dance hall or skatingmaple, for rink, acre. two small houses, will always rent. I have used the summer in the No. 9. 440 acres, one mile from Located on railroad, In pike on good road, first class land, splendid business town. small, but interest of the Sturgeon Real A moneygood residence, tenant house, five maker for the right Estate Co., Kings Mountain, man. Price large barns, concrete pools. A $4,500 or will trade for farm. Ky. We are now ready and -maker either as an investment No. 24 expecting better business this or to live on. Price $100 per acre. near town, very 60 acres on pike, fertile, big tobacco No. 10. 600 acres, 1 2 miles season than ever before in the from pike, well improved, residence barn and residence; $85 per acre. Real Estate World. No. 25. A number of cottages and tenant houses, several barns, fine If you have properties, you land, well watered. Can sell the and residences and building lots and business houses in Lancaster and whole at $65 per acre, or will sell off want to sell, trade, or exchange suburbs at attractive price either for smaller tracts at attractive prices. some and see us. Our selling No. 11. 150 acres on pike, good homes or for investment. plans are the very best terms land, well improved, good neighborNo. 26. We always have on our very reasonable. hood, three miles from small town. list other properties, farms, dwellings Price $90 per acre. If you are not located to stocks of goods, in fact all kinds of No. 12. 56 acres of fine land, one properties either for sale or trade. your heart's content, see us. mile from Lancaster, small residence, No. We can satisfy you if it can the large tobacco barn and other im- to sell 27. ToUS. man who wants SEE If you want to be done in the United States. provements. $125 per acre. sell at public auction your farm and We have agents in different No. 13. 97 acres one mile from stock and crops,' let us "pull off" the Lancaster, on pike, fine land and new sale for you, we will make you parts of the Union, and by our improvements. $125 per acre. system, we can give you first class service. ht It is time you were seeing about that V..r SILO T. W, PENNINGTON, Myers House Flats DENTIST Phone: Office 240; Res. 165 Stanford, Ky. J. B. PERKINS Rooms 28-2- 9, Phone 214 DENTIST Lincoln Bank Building STANFORD. KY. w, Cemetery Hill, Phone 164 HARRY JACOBS Dealer In Fine Monumental Work Stanford, Ky. Closed on Saturday NO. 145 84 acres; about four miles from Stanford; two story frame dwelling of six rooms; halls and porches; new- W. W. BURGIN DENTIST Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays 'at Stanford Office in Lincoln Bank Binding Mondays, Tuesdays and Wednesdays at Crab Orchard ly painted and pepered; barn 50x60; cistern and four never failing springs; creek runs full length of one side; all of this place is in grass; right on pike; all buildings and fence good. Price $10,500.00. One third down and balance in one two and three years. 1-- 1-- Concrete Silo John M. Casey, D. V. M. Veterinary Surgeon Grad. Cincinnati Veterinary College (Rec. by U. S. Gov.) Office. 1-- 1-- Danville, - Farris' Stable - Kentucky Or-vcha- rd. NO. 143 360 acre farm located 5 miles from Danville, Stanford and Lancaster; two story frame residence of six rooms, halls, three porches and pantries; an extra large stock barn and seven acre tobacco barn; three tenant houses; two good cisterns; branch; Hanging Fork on one side; large cistern at barn and good cistern at house; about 125 acres of this farm good bottom land and does not overflow; 100 acres in blue grass; timothy, and clover; balance in cultivation; plenty of locust posts; fine orchard; all necessary outbuildings, including smoke house, tool house, hen house and coal house, etc.; place right on pike; one mile from school and church; five miles from three county seats; on rural route; also on star route; splendid neighborhood; fencing and buildings in good shape. Price $100.00 per acre. One third down and balance in eight annual payments. 1-- 1-- PHILLIPS BROS., Is your and done. Hot Weather Is Here! Bath-roo- m in order. See W. K. WARNER get your sanitary Phone 188, plumbing Stanford, Ky. 1-- 1-- 1-- 2. Central 1-- Kys Greatest Farm Drummers' Wagons, Carriages and Buggies; Open Day and Night. Autos by trip or the mile. Give us a Trial, We Will Please You. H. H. Carter, Manager. Phone 5. CARTER & CARTER, Stanford, Ky. Livery and Auto Service Agency CLYDE STURGEON, Manager money- Bundles and Packages Carried at Low Charges O. L. MINKS, Proprietor Daily Except Sunday Leaves Stanford (St. Asaph Hotel) at 10:00 a. m. and 4.00 p. m. Leaves Danville (Hotel Annex) at 9:00 a. m. and 1:30 p. m. Auto Bus Between Danville and Stanford 1-- 2. 1-- To the Public: represent the largest and best clothing house in this country t.a T. Prl'f anil Co., Chicago. JU. My in raeasurins and directing the mik- over one who is not a practical tailor. If you ins of your clothes, gives me the advantage will give me your order, I will promise you a square deal. You will get the worth of your money, either in the cheapest grades or the higher priced. My SPRING and SUMMER line of samples is now ready for your inspection. Call now and let me show you. Practical Tailor TT TOT fl ivwjt CV n. f . ni juej i -- Hughes & McCarty REAL ESTATE STANFORD, THE OLD RELIABLE" - - KENTUCKY The Real Hughes & Swinebroad Estate Men CLYDE STURGEON, Lancaster, Kentuck y. General Manager. 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. EDYFORMEN. AT YOUR DR'JGGIST. 1 "1 - J M,