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OURNAL & Rei This Label IsP; ceipt o0 vVhat Does .ay to Your Established 1860.57th Year.-N- O. LOW RAILROAD FARE TO FAIR Stanford, Lincoln County, Kentucky. Tuesday, Aug. 15, 1916. Folks From Lincoln A Tuesdays and Fridays Blues at Mt. For several reasons the entertain- Got Their Share of Splendid Fair. Vernon's ment by the Woman's Club for the benefit of the library was postponed Agent Rice Secures Rate of One from last Friday evening until the Quite a number of Lincoln county Mrs. H. C. people attended the Mt. Vernon fair evening of the 25th Fare and a Third Jim Wright Kauffman, chairman of the Library and some of them took stock. As "" ,,,1 , To Manage Fair Dinner c, Department, reports a most excellent u.juti 4.1 w..y procrram, both local and imported Curtis wlnninir probably the most pnnfviKllfa f fVlo OYOVMCPQ - i fnlnnf ribbons. He had several head of Excursion rates to the great K. of i WVl . J U tnl ,)..,.,;,. nnippnd- - good horses and won nearly every . VVWWV wee on P. fair in Stanford nexthave been ing price in the UV "'tn local market, Mon time he entered one of them. Bun August 23, 24 and 25 day's price quoted by one of the lead- Gaines had no stock there but a mule granted by the L. & N. railroad and ing grain firms being $1.40 a bushel. that was sired by his noted jack was delegations from all points of the Corn is also indicating an upward a big winner of the blue ties. The compass are expected here tor seethe tendency, recent purchasers having fair was well attended and the show big show. Local Agent J. b. Kice been receiving it at the price of $5 of stock was all that could have been expected. The crowd Thursday, the took up the matter with his road and a barrel. secured a rate of one fare and a A number of typhoid and dysen- largest in point of attendance, was third from points between Stanford tery are reported by Lancaster doc- estimated at 2,500 to 3,000. There "and Lebanon, Stanford and Richmond tors, Mrs. Luther Smith, of the Sug-g- were many attractions, free and and Stanford and Corbin. The specCreek section being a sufferer otherwise, and the accasion was one ial fare applies to all round trip from the former disease, and Mrs. long to be remembered. It was sometickets and will be good on all trains G. N Ray, of the Judson district thing like a big picnic, where all coming into tanford on Wednesday, being prostrated by the last named went in for a good time and had it. Thursday and Friday. malady. The officers and directors were exArrangements were made late last Mr. Willie Prather, of the Nina ceedingly courteous to their guests week bv which J. H. Wright, of this locality is very ill from a spider bite and did all in their power for the city, will have charge of the dinner on the ankle which occurred Friday delegation. Edgar Albright, editor which the fair will spread each day, afternoon. He had convulsions and of the Signal, was untiring in looking and this insures that a splendid meal two physicians have been attending after the crowd, the show rings and The msect was 0f the black everything in and around the fair will be served each day. uo nam, beaten biscuits, chicken ana ot"er spider spedies w5th red markings, grounds. He seemed to possess the jjye js ajso rapjdjy rising in price, peculiar faculty of being in two or delicacies will be on the menu. Mr. tract having three places at the same time and Wright will select his assistants from a crop from a the K. P. boys and as he is a hustler j been recentiv sold at $1.25 per bush- - doing good work in all of them. iav.w W. H. Fish, the efficient and clever and all 'round live wire, uie por- el this by Miss Mary Arnold has gone to secretary, ought to be that he will have charge ofthat there visit Nicholasville kinspeople and will an overwhelming majority for anoth tion of the program means also visit Frankfort before returning. er year, or just as many years as he will be something good to eat. Mrs. J. Roe Young is making a will take the office. He is the right A great deal of interest in the fair was manifested by court day several weeks' visit to her son, Mr. man for the place. Quick, obliging, visitors Monday. The Stanford fair is Frank Young and wife in New York. painstaking and clever, he made a undoubtedly- - the best advertised fair Mr. and Mrs. Banks Hudson and secretary satisfactory to all and at to be held "in a country town in the Mrs. J. Rockwell Smith were here the same time made friends of all state this vear. Everybody seemed to Friday afternoon for the funeral of with whom he came in contact. It was a most creditable exhibition know about the fair and to remark: the late M. D. Hughes. to Misses Mary and Jane Doty, Mrs. and while the people of Rockcastle "You fellows must be going evJ. Bradford Jennings. Mrs. Frank B. generally are to be congratulated for have some fair this year the way Marksbury and Mrs. M. K. Denny their work in making it so, tho Meserybody is boosting it." There is no doubt about there be- composed a party of Lancaster wo- srs. Albright and Fish should have the ing a large number of show horses men who prtook of the hospitality lion's share of the credit and have at the fair. Stalls for animal are of Mrs. J. Rockwell Smith, at Dan- no doubt been given it. It was the I. J.'s intention to print the list of being engaged by the score and the ville last Thursday. Mr. Homer W. Batson and little those who got the premiums, but a only trouble now is that there may not be enough stalls to go aronud. daughter of the Falls City, have been lack of space forbids. Everything points to a successful visiting Mr. and Mrs. Robert Batson fair If the weather man will just do and other relatives here. Miss Mr. A. F. Sanders and family, Mr. his part, all will be well. The handsome catalogues issued David C. Sanders, Mrs. Sanders, litin the I. J. office for the fair, which tle daughter and son motored over Accepts Place at Head of Expression begins Wednesday, Aug. 23, are go- to Lexington and enjoyed a day at Department of School. ing like hot cakes. Hundreds have the Blue Grass Fair. Mrs. J. M. Frazee, of Maysville, been mailed to those who have reA telegram from Miss Bertha L. quested them and each mail brings comes Thursday night to spend a Jackson to the Stanford School Join ihj week here at her d home with more demands for them. Board late last week, conveyed the majority and write for one, if yru her daughter, Mrs. Henry Lloyd. she has so. Miss Nannie Goodloe, a teacher information that position as accepted have not already done Expresthe tender of the at Talladega, Ala., and Miss Virginia sion teacher in the local school, which WilGoodloe, an instructor in the liam Argo Institute at Colorado was made several weeks ago, when the Springs, have been here on a visit Miss Esther Burch resigned sent position. The telegram was R. C. Engleman Divides His Estate to their father, Mr. W. O. Goodloe. from Glendale, Cal. where Miss JackMrs. W. S. Elkin and Miss Jennie Between Brother and Niece. Duncan motored over to Stanford son has been for the summer. The fact that she will be a member .of Three wills were probated in the every other day to see their sister, the faculty the coming term ilill be Lincoln county court yesterday, which Mrs. Charlotte Warren, who has not pleasing news to her many friends. was the extent of the work done. been so well during the past few She gave great satisfaction when in They were the last will and testa- days. charge of this department several Mrs. W. A. Price was hostess at a years ments of R. C. Engleman, E. C. very ago, and will be cordially welgiven last SatJordan and Mrs. Laura J. Ham- urdayenjoyable affair grounds. Miss comed back to Stanford. Supt. W. the fair at monds. C. Wilson and bride (formerly Miss Viola Mr. Engleman's will was made on Ray Beagle, of Georgetown, Mrs. Gastineau) are expected here after Orrell and four little children. their bridal trip in the east, and IIarehr2fl, 191(5, and was witnessed by W. L. McCarty and L.. R. Hughes. of Florida, Misses Allie and Levy preparation will begin for the openIt gives to his aunt,hisMrs. John H. Dunn were the honoraes of the open-ai- r ing of school about Sept 1st. W. R. function. cousin, little Engleman $100; to who The party given by James Siler last Todd, school willl have charge of the James Helm Engleman, son of Mr. Saturday night high work, lias come from at the home and Mrs. John F. Engleman, $100, grandmother, Mrs. McCarley of his his home in Columbia and will be a on the strong another and to Miss Pearl Gentry, addition to the faculty. Pros-speccousin, a similar amount, lo Mrs. Crab Orchard pike was quite enjoyfor a most successful school tho the rain of Laura F. Hundley, his sister, he left able,youngNbelles hindered some be- year are said to be very bright, and and beaux from an amount in cash. The residue of the A delicious probably the largest attendance in his estate is divided equally between ing in attendance. course of refreshments was one of the history of the local educational his brother, John W. Engleman, the institution is looked for. attractions. executor, and his whom he makes his Mr. niece, Mrs. Mary Roberts, now re- city, J. Fleece Robinson, of this GOOD WOMAN GONE and business partner, Mr. Jas. siding in Kress, Texas. The estate Mrs. Lela Padgett, aged 33 years, Warfield, of Georgia, attended the is valued at about $2,000. died last Tuesday at Cincinnati. The Mr. Jordan's will states that after Lexington Fair last Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. John S. Stormes visi- body was brought to her old home of his just debts are paid that his all where funeral property be given his widow and his ted Mrs. J. Rockwell Smith at her near Waynesburg, at the Pleasant services were held and sisters, his insurance Danville home last Friday. brothers Miss Mollie Hughes, of Louisville Point church. Rev. J. A. Singleton policy, of course, going to his widow. document was made on July 17th made a short stay with relatives here conducted the services over the ror-ta- l The past week. remains of this food woman. Mrs. of this year and is witnessed by Dr. theMr. George D. Robinson and two Padgett was a daughter of Mr. and G. G. Perry nd T. J. Hill, Jr. Mrs. Hammonds bequeaths her sons, George and George Jr., were Mrs. Zachariah Padgett, and the wife property, real and personal, to her among the Lancastrians at the Fair of Curt Padgett, who with five children, survives. She had long been nephew, Matt Martin, during his life at Lexington. Miss Levy Dunn and Miss Tomlin-so- a member of the Baptist church and time and asks that after his death womn in every way, a of near Bryantsville have his it be divided amongApril relatives. visitors of Mrs. W. A. Price. been was a splendid and mother. A host devoted wife 8, 1903, The will was made Mr. Hudson Frisbie has been a re- of friends will mourn that she is no and T. J. Jennings and J. M. McCar-Je- y cent sojourner in the Boyle county more. witnessed the signature. 1 ..-.- PEPPLES LAND Highest Price of Season Given By Democrats Are Loyal Down There Will Be Published Next Week By And Are Strong For Ticket. Buyer in East End of County. Stanford's Woman's Club. Former To Continue As Clerk Of Middleburg, Aug. 15, 191G. The highest price paid for hogs in A Dailv Interior Journal will be The late primary was the quietest issued in "Stanford each day during Lincoln county in a long time was up Frankfort Pen While Latter To x. T i.1 J 1J wee.K, wne" affair of the kind ever held here. the Knisht's of Pythias fair here luVe a Manage Eddyville Farm. Wne jl.asS.?'" Dougnt 01 J. il Everybody was in a good humor and next week, August 23, 24 and 25. as iugsuy .j.not a loud word was heard during uzua. The paper will be published Thompson, of the Preachersville secHis many friends here are glad to the whole day. The vote was theiuruer the auspices and management tion,, a bunch of seven hogs, that Joe pounds at 10 cents a lightest ever known since this was nf the Woman's Club of Stanford. learn that Capt. most Lynn Coffey, 125 efficient clerk who has made a : pound. They were-- extra fine bar- a voting place, only 138 votes being This insures that it will be an edition Reformatory or pem-of the 11 J!t I tentiary StateFrankfort, hogs, and Mr. Rigsby says rr e4- AT AnfrtAtYinftf vaiaurarl K7 TTtklTr row, meat average ana a t at for the past that they are well worth the figure got do, Neat lb to wwuine community and its pub- - four years, is to be 'L,inPf, by the There was mighty poor picking for Ushers he paid for them. that Loffey the IJoaters hence he was conspicaous ; Committees have already been ap- - i new. aadministration. of Capt. Stanley Gov. loyal friend by his absence. The result in the wa? h and de" Bub Engleman No More contest for the Democratic nomi- - Sn locaibv businesS ? men Club to call and solicit nation was so decisive that we hear advertising for the three issues of j Another prominent LincoH coua- but Well Known Stanford Man's Suffer- - no kick whatever. There are Demo- a the fair. Another4 committee has ty democrat is understood to be slat few renegades among Casey been named to have charge of the mgs Relicved By Death. crats and Harve will get the full editoral work on behalf of the club, ed for a good position under the adstrength of the party in November. and this committee proposes to pub ministration. He is John C. Pepples, R. C. Engleman, known to his Republicans seemed to take less inter- lish quite a lot of matter of interest of the Goshen section, who is to be friends as "Bub" died at his apart- est in the primary than Democrats, to those who are familiar with the made Superintendent of the State ments in the Odd Fellow's Building knowing that there was absolutely great work this woman's organization Farm connected with the penitenFriday night of paralysis, aged 48. no show for either of their candi has done for Stanford. Probably no tiary at Eddyville in western KenSome months ago he suffered a dates in the final contest, in fact ' nrcmnizntinn has ficcnmr.lished more tucky. Reprecentative W. G. Gooch, stroke and a week before his death none of them seem to regard the jn the brief space of its historv than who proved an able ally of the Stananother came. His condition had candidates of the the two aspirants j has the Woman's Club in upbuilding ley Administration forces in the laat been alarming since then and his with any degree of seriousness, but Stanford and promoting its general legislature, is understood to hava friends and relatives were prepared more as a joke than a reality. They . welfare, and the members of the club landed this place for Mr. Peoples. for the announcement of his death. have gained some notoriety however, hpliove that thev will have the heart- - The latter is an experienced and capin every way and will The decaesed was a son of R. C. which perhaps was the object after ;est of every business able farmer class man for the place. make a first Engleman, who died about five years all. 111 uic isautii ui men uuu Ernest Pepples holds ago. His mother was called away Jim Coulter went to Liberty last paper. Several thousand copies will His son, a nice position, on the staff of the many years before. A brother, John Wednesday to assist in canvassing be distributed free of charge over the W. Engleman, and a sister, Mrs. J. the primary returns. Jim was a warm fair grounds and the city each day Reform School at Greendale, and it S. Hundley survive. The former supporter of Charlie Montgomery in durino- th fair, and from all indica is understood that he, too will held came from Lexington to his bedside the race but will put in some good tion the Dailv Interior Journal this on under the new regime. The new appointments by the as soon as he heard of his serious licks for Harvey Helm during the j vear wni be bigger and better than prison commission will not be anand remained with him to the next two and half months. He is not ever. illness nounced until next month but at a end. Mrs. Hundley also gave her of the bolting variety of Democrats meeting the other day in Frankfert all of the attention possible and his work for the party is always j brother amt who will be Bright Buys tfailou b arm it was decided dropped fromnamed paybut they and his physicians could influential. the who will be Judge Lincoln Walls is now the not arrest the disease which was so Cashier W. M. Bright, of the Linrapidly gnawing at his vitals. owner of a new Ford auto and was coln County National Bank bought roll. John B. Chilton will remain as Most of Mr. Engleman's life had on the road Thursday tryn? to catch the farm of Rev. Joseph Ballou, on warden at Eddyville. and with hira been spent in this immediate section. on to some of its tricks. He and J. the Danville pike, about two miles Deputy Wardens C. B. Miller R. W. He was a soldier in the war with W. Riggins are the latest to join northwest of Stanford, last week. Johns and C. S. Glann, the latter t Spain and showed his patroitism by the gang of autoist. There are others There are about 150 acres in the become clerk, succeeding R. II. AVn. beoffering his life for his country. He talking of purchasing machines in place, which adjoins Mr. Bright's Zach Albritton, of Mayfiehl, will Helcome a deputy. Chaplain J. A. was positive character, always loyal the near future. famous "Bright's Inn Farm," and Miss Elsie Haney is at Brodhead, the addition of this handsome farm ton will retire and Rev. J. D. Woodto his friends and in turn they were the place. seemingly bound by hoops of steel the guest of Mrs. Mary Albright. to his holdings gives Mr. Bright an son, o f Lyon, is tipped for T. Mack At the "Frankfort prison. The South Kentucky Association acreage of about 300, nearly all very to him. There are many who are to Gov. saddened by his taking away and will meet here Tuesday morning, high class land. The price paid for Phythian, aide G. Wells Stanley, will as warden, August 15th when the town will be the Ballou farm was not made pub- succeed A. J. much sympathy is felt for them. and W. S. Hawkins of Can ,. Uto.n and to use The burial took the Buffalo turned Bright Bertha Jackson cemetery at 10:30 place in morning as they over to There Baptists visitors lic. Mr. once andgets seeding privi- George Ireland, of Frankfort, wiii wish. will be Sunday leges at full possession on deouty warden. Deputy after brief services at the grave by from all points of the compass and a next January 1st. Re. Ballou, who become Geonr Kaee an? Assistant Dr. M. D. Early. Mr. Engleman was number of able preachers arc ex- - has made this farm his home for Warden very fond of the doctor and it was pected. Should Pastor Beagle be ab- - ci0Se to 40 years, savs that he has not Deputy Warden T G. Newmar. fro. Mrs. J. H. Kennedy retire? as one of his wish that he speak at his grave. sent, Rev. K. G. Martin will be here yet made plans for the future, the matrons and will probably be to welcome the visitors. succeeded by Mrs Carrie Smith, of Prominent Mt. Salem Citizen Gone Louisville. News Latest War Hustonville Deputy Wardens Johns, of EddyLincoln county lost a good citizen An important advance on tha Som-m- e ville, was in charge of ths convicts when John Milford Eubanks died at front northwest of Pozieres was who left Sunday morning for Bell his home in the Mt. Salem section Miss Florence Spraggins and her Friday night of cancer of the face. mother were the guests at the chau-taua- announced Sunday by the British county to work on the roads. Three Wills Probated War Office. The. British pushed forThe prison guards who are said to He was a quiet, industrious farmer Saturday evening. ward their lines 300 or 400 yards be slated for the "can" Sept. 1st are: very seldom came to town or and Mrs. James Woods, of Stanford That of Nass Atkins, Scott county; A. C. went anywhere. He loved home and was up here Friday and attended the over a fronthavenearly a mile. progmade furthur the French ComLs. Knott rounty; W. R. Dunn, spent every moment there he could. chautauqua. of Maurepas, in the Boyle county; S. D. Duvall, Owen He was a devout member of the BapPowell & Depp sold 3 mare mules ress southeast also church. His wife, who was Miss to Bailey, of Lebanon for $537.50, Somme sector, was Office. announced county; Ira Hulette, Frankfort; H. tist by the French War K. Mellon, Madison; T. J. Muelkern Juretha Tinsley, of Csey, and three one pair of them bringing S400. The Austnans are m lull retreat and Wiliam Packwood, Louisville; sons and a daughter survive the Dr. CrossheW's appreciated address their pUrp03e the entire gentleman. He was closely related bunday morning in the tent was aiuilg to set up afront position about C. M. Morris, Whitley; E. C. Page to the several families of his name "The Man in the Moon" and has been being milai iioc;4- new V11 ffclfl linfS Mid Fra, k H. Winfrey. Adt:r; B. S. rwf Rogers, Madison; O. C. Scott, Woodof the county and was also related by very highly complimented. in an effort to escape the Russian ford; W. T. Underwood, Jassamine: marriage to Mr. andMrs. A. C. Car-ma- n Miss Anna Reid is able to be out trap that has threatened for weeks. T. M. Wells, Madison; rt'm. reen Lire whs Mfey, ar.d especially again after illness. They evacuated without a battle and T ranl-fort- ; F T. Holsenbaon. Pulasthe Mt. Salem section, will miss Will Nave and sister, of Mercer are being hard pressed. The Ruski. J W. Bohbitt. Henry; .1. R. B:bb, this excellent citizen, whose honor- county were here to attend the chau- sians have taken Mariampol, in Gal-ici- a, G'.en Ed Roe, Powell an.i G. S able career and clean life should be tauqua. ' seven miles southeast of Halicz, Wilson, Clark. an example for all. The burial J. W. Eads & Son, sold to T. W. the town of several It is understood that Alfred Far-n.e- r, in Buffalo cemetery Sunday Jones, of Stanford 12 head of 81 villages alongProgiacy and Sereth the Upper of this city, has been pvmMad afternoon at 2:30 after comforting pound shoats at 9 cents. River. n p. sltion as guard by local friends words by Dr. M. D. Early. Mr. J. C. shipped a car load of T. W. Jones A German aeroplane dropped some of Stanley, and will soon be appointMcClary made a brief talk at the fat hogs from Moreland, to Cincinbombs on Rheims, destroying the civ- ed to the place or turn it over to home Sunday morning. nati that were bought in the West il hospital and killing six persons. one of his friends. End. arrived J. B. Honaker and wife James H. Alcorn Dies at Lakeland. WORK THIRD DIVIDEND DECLARED home Saturday from the Cumberland PULASKI STARTS PIKE state-ai- d The remains of James H. Alcorn River and say that they had a very Pulaski has started its The I. J. inadvertently dmitted pike work from Somerset toward the mention last week of the third diviwere brought from Lakeland, where good time. he had been a guard in the asylum Mart Shearer, of Monticello, Lincoln line via Eubank. Work dend which the First National Bank for many years, Saturday night and Wayne county arrived last week with on the Pulaski county roads is going has declared for the stockholders of taken to the home of K. S. Alcorn. a car load of nice mountain ewes on at a lively rate now. Contractors the defunct State Bank & Trust ComSunday they were taken to Hustonwith a large number of workmen and pany. This dividend was for 10 per sale. to beirin ville and laid to rest in the cemetery for Rigney has been the machinery arrived Thursday Somerset cent making 30 per cent in all which Miss Ella there by the side of his wife, who had guest of Dr. Goodby and family, at work on the road between has been distributed among the stockpreceded him to the grave for a Perryville. and Laurel county anJ Somerset and holders of the State Bank, and there number of years and his death did Dr. Thompson, of Missouri is ex- Lincoln county. Work is now going still a lot of assets yet to be realized not come as a surprise to Kis family pected here this week to be the guest on on four county roads leading out upon. Cashier H. C. Baughman, who The entire contract represents the state banking departand friends. He is survived by two of E. L. Godbey, on the Danville of Somerset. of pike was ment, and other officers of the First daughters, Misses Alice and Rose Al- pike. He and family are making the for building sixty-milcorn, of his city, and Dave Alcorn, trip thru in an auto. awarded to the Connelly Construc- National Bank, are handling the of South Dakota, and Earnest AlW. G. Cowan, Judge William tion Sompany, of Somerset, for $240, affairs of the defunct bank for the corn and George Alcorn, of Illinois. Myers and Eugene Dunn attended 000. best interests of the stockholders, He was a half brother of Dr. Edward the Perryville Fair last week. and hope to make as large a distriAlcorn, of Hustonville, and a cousin Attorney Kauffman, of Lancaster STATE REPORTS AS TO CROPS bution as possible. of the late Judge J. W. Alcorn. He was here during the chautauqua. Commissioner of Agriculture Cowas a farmer of the Turnersville secMr. R. A. Lipp and wife, of Dan- hen estimates the yield of the wheat SCUDDER TOOK BLUE capital. tion for years. Deceased was 59 ville were the guests of the latter's crop this year at nine bushels to the Dick Scudder, took the blue on his Miss Ruth Carrier and brother, n years old and was nd lik- parents, for chautauqua week. TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN The Sick Folks acre. The Hessian fly greatly dam- bay colt by All Peavine in the suckHomer are both quite ill of that ed in his home county of Lincoln. Mrs. A. P. Hunn is using all sani- dread malady, typhoid We had a fine rain Saturday eve- aged the wheat in many localities ling colt ring at the Blue Grass Fair fever. His death brought to many hearts ning which wet the ground to the tary precautions, even boiling all waand the average is only three bush- last week and got second money to Mrs. and little Dave Thomas, who is ill with ty- here and elsewhere, sadness. used in cooking and drinking. No are at James Hatcher pleasant son ter bottom and now everybody can sow els to the acre. Crop reporters state Thurman & Peters in the yearling home, after a visit phoid fever here, is reported as a very cases of typhoid fever have been retheir turnip patch. that the corn crop of this state has colt ring. Atlanta, Ga. Cure for Cholera Morbus. ported to the Board of Health due to Mr. Herbert Ellis has returned to sick man. D. W. Dunn has a large supply of been greatly damaged during July News has been received from Danto any infection on her property and his home in Wilson, N. C, after a "When our little boy, seven years turnip seed. by the excessive dry weather. The house is properly screened from pleasant visit with his friend, W. B. ville that Hence Overstreet and Ben old, was a baby he was cured of cholher condition of the corn crop is given PUBLIC SALE Jennings, typhoid fever patients, are era morbus by Chamberlain's Colic, flies and mosquitoes etc. J. G. CarHONOR ROLL at 90 per cent of the average crop. McKINNEY Burton. satisfactorily. holding their own penter, Health Officer. All water on Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy," It is estimated oats will make an JMiss B. Mrs. Fred Garnett has been on the writes Mrs. Sidney Simmons, Fair The honor roll of the McKinney average of 17 bushels and rye ten As I go to take charge of the premises has been sent for analysis Burton, Nancy Walker and W.Miss Mr. Herbert' Ellis and reState Farm at Eddyville, Sept., 1st, and when water is returned the In- Edna Kavanaugh were a quartet of sick list for the past few weeks her Haven, N. Y. "Since then other Graded School for the month ending bushels. many friends regret to know. sult will be given thorugh the 64-members of my family used Aug. 4, 1916 has been announced The acreage of hurley tobacco is I will sell all my personalty at pubsociety people who attended the fair 2 J. H. Bustle, out on Rural Route this valuable medicine forhave and as follows: Journal. colic terior given at 92 per cent, condition at lic auction on Saturday, August 26, at Lexington. No. 4 has been down with malarial bowel troubles with good satisfacGrade 1 Rondal McClure, Ben 88 per cent, while dark tobacco acre- 1916, beginning at 9:30 A. M. Miss La Verne Nevius has been fever and stomach trouble for severof the following: gladly endorse it as a Dunlap, Martha Durham, Stanley age shows 93 per cent, condition tion and KICKED BY VICIOUS HORSE visiting her grandmother, Mrs. Mat-ti- e al days, his many friends will regret remedy ofI exceptional Pipes, Horse Stock Pair of extra good merit." Ob- Warner, Stroud Gooch, James Helms. 90 per cent. The condition of hemp Nevius in the Lincoln County to know. Ed Millei who works on Fox Elizabeth Metcalf, and Cora working brood mares, both with mare tainable everywhere. is given at 96 per cent. place near Rowland was Capital. Mr. Squire Gann of the West End, Grade 2 Joe Kinney, Claud RowGrasses are generally good, clover mule colts at their sides ; an was W. E. Moss is reported somewhat was able to come to court sales Monbadly hurt last week when he lings, Roxie Smith, Dessie Hughes, being given at 92 per cent, orchard sorrel mare, a good driver and HOGUE'S STORE kicked by a vicious horse. His jaw- better, his not being a case of ty- day though he has been a sufferer Alma Sluder and Arley Gooch. grass at 91 per cent. Cow peas and worker; an aged gray family horse. We are needing a good rain thru bone was broken and for a time it phoid fever, Miss Head, a profess- from a severe attack of rheumatism Grade 3 Ersel Smith, Ralph Mont- soy Mules A good pair of yearling are both given at 90 per this part of the country. was feared the base of his skull was ional nurse from Lexington being in for some time. gomery, Wallace Hughes. Edsell cent.beans horse mules; a good yearling mare ev- attendance. Mat Wells and family have return- Tombs, Ed Smith, John Grider, Sadfractured. He is being vien seMrs. Lelia Cook, who is a typhoid mare mule; a The State average of the second mule; a Mrs. Charles Richardson, of Lex- victim, has been removed from her ed home from Livingston where they ie Routenburg Allie Smith, Saman-th- a ery possible attention, but was work mule, slightly blemcutting of alfalfa is given at one and ington, is here on visit to her sister, partment in the Myers house to the have been visiting for the past weeks riously and painfully injured. Estes, Margaret Gooch, Mary half tons per acre. The present ished. Mrs. J. C. Robinson. home of her daughter, Mrs. J. B. and say that they had a good time Grider, Edith Owens and Madaline one Cattle Two milk cows, one a condition of alfalfa shows at 85 per Misses snie and Nellie Cox have Perkins, where Mrs. Pattie Brown is fishing. AT OPERA HOUSE THIS WEEK McClure. jersey and the other a Black Hol-stei- n; cent. Mr. W. M. Parker is visiting relaGrade 4 James Samuel Owens, Paramount been visiting kinspeople in Huston-vill- lursing her. a black spring steer calf; a TONIGHT Garden conditions show at 89 per Walmany friends here are hoping tives near Eubank. His Mack Hendrix Singleton, James potatoes are given at the jersey steer calf; a nice jersey heifer Geraldine Farrar in Teniptation Our big meeting has begun at the ker, Donald Hughes and Clarence cent, while Mi's. Mary Coley has returned to for a speedy recovery for CommonLasky (5 reels) same. . calf; a black yearling heifer; 14 her home in Richmond accompanied wealth's Attorney Emmet Puryear, Christian church at Eubank. Mutual Snider. WEDNESDAY condition of the live stock is yearling steers. The her sister, Mrs. Zerelda Grade 5 Esca Elliott. Hogs If not sold before, I will Vivian Rich features in The Way- by Mrs. B. F. Hudson, Misses Gulley. who underwent an operation for apgood and but little or no diHelen pendicitis at the Danville hospital Briley and Ed- very is reported to be prevalent. sell 49 hogs that will average about Grade 6 Hattie American farers sease PUBLIC SALE ward McCowan. Paramount Gill and Alice Hudson have returned last week. He is said to be doing as THURSDAY SoCie hog cholera exists in localities. 100 pounds; 4 brood sows bred to from a sojourn at Chautauqua, N. Y. well as can be expected. and Eva Reports give the condition of live farrow this fall; and a young sow Grade 8 Halta Gover Stanford's MARY PICKFORD Mr. S. A. Walker, a Louisville Logan McCall, who was laid up for suckling pigs. Having decided to move back to Cover. favorite in the Foundling-Famo- us travelling man, has been here with a day or so when he was vaccinated town, I will sell at Public Auction, Mrs. S. H. Singleton, Assistant and stock as follows: cent; cattle, 95 per and four Farming Implements, consisting Players. 94 per Horses, with the typhoid scrum, is able to be at 1:30 o'clock on R. H. Hopkins, Principal. Mutual his family. FRIDAY cent; hogs, 97 per cent; sheep, 92 of a 2 horse wagon; 2 sets of wagon Miss Mary Davis has been visiting out and at work again. A great harness; a buggy and 2 sets of bugThe Girl and the Game No. 5 relatives in Mt. Vernon and attending AUGUST 22nd, 1916 per cent. many have been vaccinated here but TUESDAY, ON TO BRODHEAD FAIR "The Fight At Signal Station".... the Brodhead Fair. The condition of poulfry is report- gy harness; a No. 11 Ohio cutting 3 miles from Mr. McCall is the only one reported at my farm, located box, as good as new; a 2 horse gasoSignal. All roads lead to Brodhead this ed as follows: Stanford, 2 miles from Rowland, on Miss Carrie, Bolden who has been whom it "took" with so hard. Keystone Rockcastle fair Gussle Rivals Jonah Chickens, 92 per cent; turkeys, 84 line engine, good as new; several following prop- week when the great Secretary Robin Nicholasville and other Central Mrs. John H. Shanks was tr.ken to the Goshen pike, the sets of plow gears; 2 Brown riding begins tojmortrow. per cent; ducks, 88 per cent. , Kentucky towns with friends, is again Louisville Sunday afternoon to a hos- erty, There are poor prospects .for the cultivators; 2 turning plows; a 1 good worker, ins ad the other officers have left Horses 1 bay mare, with her aunt, Mrs. John Crutchfield. pital, to receive treatment for what looking toward the fruit. Apples will not make one-ha- lf horse cultivator; a disc harrow; PUBLIC SALE Mrs. Joanna Ball left Saturday to is feared may prove to be typhoid gentle, with good mare mule colt by nothing undone entertainment of crop. Peaches show a condition of smoothng harrow; a wheat drill; a fim'ovment and horse n visit her daughter, Mrs. Ernest fever. She has been nursing her side; 1 Big crowds horse by their guests. county each will go up 65 per cent; pears, 62 per cent, and farming scraper and a lot of other Campbell in Stanford. mother, Mrs. Lelia Cook, whose ill- mule, broke; 1 Having bought a farm, I will on day. Wed- wranes. 86 uer cent. tools. out of a from Lincoln Kentucky Gentleman and relatives of Mrs. J. 150 chicken hens will be sold if nesday, the first day is Ladies' Day, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 16, 1916, W.Friends and will regret to learn ness has been pronounced typhoid. standard bred mare. Rain would greatly aid the late Pumphrey came Saturday gentle sex will corn and tobacco crops. not sold before; also about the same beginning at two o'c'ock, p. m., sell that she is quite ill, her children Mr. Shanks in Columbus, Ga., from jows 4 good mucn cows; z iuii when members of the their1 home and v be admitted free. Farmers are "urged to sow rye, number of frying size chickens. half to the highest bidder n the premises having been called to her bedside. and went on to Louisville with his wife. stock Jerseys Jersey 2 heifer stock Jer-1 20 bushels of fine hill onions, and barley or wheat as early as possicalves; located about six miles from Stan seys; 3 fine Miss Alice Dunn, principal ot rH some Irish Potatoes. ble for the winter pastures. Thing for Diarrhoea. Or- Just the ford and four miles from Crab nice yearling heifer, bred; 7 year parjS) is here on a ivate schooi in The Best Laxative. 25 acres of corn, to be sold in the chard on the Boone Way, a nice visit to frjends and kinspeople. "About two years ago I had a severe To keep the bowels regular the ling steers, Liver Trouble field; 300 bales of good No. 1 hay; home, containing 20 acres of good Hogs- 4 brood sows, good ones; 3 attack of diarrhoea which lasted for Mr. Charles Collier, of Fork Ridge best laxative is outdoor exercise. "I am bothered with liver trouble 70 bales of straw in barn. ground; a nice house, hall Tennessee, mode a short stay here Dring a full glass of water half an heavy with pigs; 23 shoats; 1 large over a week," writes W. C. Jones, An acre and a half of sugar cane. . Buford, N. D. "I became so weak about twice a year," writes Joe Ding-ma- n, and porch, in goo"d condition. Good with relatives at his former home. barren. hour before breakfast and eat an Household and Kitchen Furniture wag- - that I could not stand upright. wagon; 1 Webster City, Iowa. "I have A 1 house, barn 32x60 feet, crib, hen Mr. Jack Pearl, wife and attrac- abundance of fruit and vegetables, recommended Chamber-- 1 pains in my side and back and an of all sorts, too numerous to mensmoke house and all necessary out- tive little baby, of London, are so- also establish a regular habit and be on; 1 cutting harrow, good as new; ' druggist buildings. It is a splendid location journers at the home of Mrs. U. D. sure that your bowels move once a buggy: 1 set wagon harness and Iain's Colis, Cholera and Diarrhoea awful soreness in my stomach: I tion. Sale will be held at my place 2 for a blacksmith shop and country Simpson. is jieeded many other things too numerous to Remedy. The first dose relieved me heard of Chamberlain's Tablets and day.s When a medicine well as ever." Many druggists tried them. By the time I had used miles from Stanford at the Hamilis a splendid well of as store. There There was no preaching at the take Chamberlain's Tablets. They mention. Terms made known on day of recommend this remedy because they half a bottle of them I was feeling ton place on the Goshen pike. water on the porch. Christian church Sundy morning, El- - are pleasant to take and mild and JOHN C. PEPPLES. . know that it is reliable. Obtainable fine and had no signs of pain." ObJ. B. SARTAIN. Terms: $1,000 cash; balance on dar F. M. Tinder being in the midst I gentle in effect. Obtainable every- - pale. 'CAPT. AM BOURNE, AetiaMr, tainable everywhere. everywhere. I of a J. B. Diawiddie, Auctioneer, W. A. BRENT, Owaer. time. revival at the Flat Woods church where. I Lancaster 10 Cents ?aid For Hogs No Sore Spots In Casey! Daily I. J. For The Fair COFFEY AND T--l , li 1 1 ev-erag- ed .. I - inTmvinni ! 1 1 I ar iw ,..,. I - I h-i- 38-ac- re im-cies- ed - J l I girl-hoo- ua I - I -- -- oc-cur- ed ts es n, well-know- ,con-sisti- ng Dud-dera- r's e. to-w- it: Bo-ho- 16-ha- nd I - hve-roo- m rse . t- - eOttv'a- The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky: Tuesday, Aug. The interior Journal S. SI. SAUFLEY Editor and Proprietor 15, 1916. Stephenson Buys a Farm Logan Stephenson, of Maywood, last week bought the old. John Hill farm lying right on both sides of the railroad at Maywood from K. S. Al corn, who is agent for the heirs, at a private price, mere are iuy acres to the place, and much of it is considered extra good soil. eye oi the Kp3? Bank Book, $1.00 a Tear in Advance, Paper Stops "When Time For "Which It is Paid, Expires. Entered at the Postoffice at Stanford, Ky., as Second Lu. J Underwear CHEAP. IS 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. n 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. " kt J WL k for some day Ke will be the man with money ij8SLVffll C'en-f'm FOUR COUNTIES STILL MISSING A dispatch from Frankfort says that the vote between. Davison and Neat stands Neat 1.904 and Davison 1,338 with the official vote from the counties of Boyle, Casey, Shelby still missing. Judge Flem D. Samp- son of Barbourville defeated Judge A. J. Kirk, of Pike, for the repub-blica- n nomination for Judge of the For President Woodrow Wilson. Court of Appeals in the mountain district. For V. Pres. T. R. Marshall. v For Congress Harvey Helm. Democratic Ticket i a Fortune, and possess 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, Money breeds money. The man with money knows that the young man who can and does take eare of his own money will take care of his money too. He TRUSTS him. The young man gets opportunities for making money and a partnership. Put We YOUR MONEY in OUR BANK. pay 3 per cent, interest. The Lincoln County National Bank Stanford, Kentucky Going upon the assumption that (Ads hero cent Judge Flem D. Sampson, of Bar- with order; are 1 ad lessa word each issue, cash ' no than 25c each JEsue.) bourville, has won the republican FOR SALE Three thoroughbred nomination for Judge of the Court of Appeals, which seems probable, and Jersey heifers, Mrs. Bud Holderman, 64 4. which is tantamount to election, the Stanford. Middlesboro Three States congratuTYPHOID Vaccine for Immunizalates the little city of Barbourville, tion, fresh and on ice. The Penny Knox county upon the statesmen who Drug Store, E. R. Coleman, Prop. call it home. The list comprises a FOR SALE 150 good stock ewes. Congressman, Lieut. Governor, Judge John T. Rigsby, R. D. 2, Crab Orch64 1 of the Court of Appeals, Circuit ard, Ky. Judge, State Senator and Representative, wheh is certainly "going FOR SALE Thoroughbred Shortsome" for a little mountain village. horn bull and nice twoyear-ol- d buck. 64-l- p J. Nevin Carter, Stanford. Who ever saw hogs sell for 10 RUBBER TIRING Have your cents a pound in Lincoln county Rubber Tires put on before fair when a Republican administration time. $10 to $14. E. T. Pence, was in charge of affairs at Washing- Jr., Stanford. 63 tf. toton? Read in another column of day's paper and see what they are LOST On main street a child's bringing with Woodrow Wilson at bonnet, strings fastened on with the helm. Do the farmers and hog pieces marked, "J. Mc M." Please raisers want to make a change with leave at this office. 64 lp. hogs selling at that figure now? We CENT -A- -WORD ADSi R Won will 3 rather think not. 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." I We Will Save You Money on frigerators, Ice Cream Freezers, Coolers, Etc. ALSO LAWN MQWERS'AND GARDEN TOOLS. Re- GEORGE H. FARRIS. Sub - Soil Your Land. Nothing will help like this. Try them and if you don't them, return them to us. W. H. STANFORD, Corner Main and Depot Streets, HIGGINS KENTUCKY Dr. 7r' 9fffiZsjjfl K flBiflhl "f W. N. Craig 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. Guaran-antee SAY, YOU CAN BUY Oxfords and Tumps at Greatly Reeuc-e- d Prices Now,,and you will need a Pair for . INSURANCE FOR SALE An old fashioned square piano. Dubois and Sea-Buin all its branches; Mt. Zion make. Mrs. J. G. Livingston, Stan- Surety Bonds; Farm Loans 64 lp. West End Insurance Agency, "W. J. ford, Ky. R. F. D. 1. Everyone was glad to see the good 61-lI Campbell, Hustonville. rains that fell recently. ESTRAY hog came to my place The blackberry peddling is about about a month ago. Owner can get CHAS. HART over for this season. same by identifying, paying for keepMrs. Rebecca Cassel, age about 50 ing and for this adv. M. L. Elliott, DENTIST years and Garland Farris, 19 were Hustonville, R. D. 1. 64 2p. A modern equipped office. Somno-formarried at Stanford last Monday. meeting at anesthesia and orthodontia a There is a glorious FOR SALE Indian Motorcycle, Providence. Revs. J. L. Davis and first class condition, fully equipped. specialty. Phone 33, Hustonville, Ky. Williams, of Indiana are holding the Presto tank and "Old Sol" lamp, meeting and there are large crowds cyclometer, horn, luggage carrier and attending, everyone seeming to be tandem cushion. Tires good. C. E. very mijch interested. Mobley, McKinney, Ky. 64 2p. .T. W. PENNINGTON, Benge has been on the Mrs. Laura DENTIST sick list. Stanford, Ky. FOR SALE. A first class grocery Myers House Flats Mrs. Ida Adams, of Broughtontown store and meat market combined, Phone: Office 240: es. 165 improved. It seems thatit hard for good business, good location and a clean stock, owner wishes to enter her to regain health again. Mrs. Etta Delaney, of Louisville, other business. Box 76, Somerset, J. B. PERKINS 59-- 6 Mrs. Amelia Bryant, of Eubanks and Ky. DENTIST Mrs. Ida Adams, of Broughtown Lincoln Bank Building OWING to my obligations coming Rooms 28-2guests of Mrs. were the attractive STANFORD. KY. due, I am bound to ask thore who are Phone 214 Ida Thompson last week. Mr. W. R. Adams, of Salem. Ind., indebted to. me taJfiay m& at once; if is dead and his wife is still in the not all, as much as "possible as I need 63-- tf HARRY JACOBS asylum. He leaves five children with it badly. H. C. Anderson. out the care of a kind and affectionDealer In ate father or mother. Mr. Adams FURNITURE, Mattings, Druggets, Fine Monumental Work was a good man and always made Stanford, Ky. many friends wherever he went. To Rugs, Wall Paper, Lace Curtains. Cemetery Hill, Closed on Saturday know him was to love him and we Window Shades, Trucks, Suit Cases. Phone 164 wish to say to the bereaved family Pictures and Mouldings. W. A. Trib-bltheir our heartfelt sypmathy is exStanforu 42tf tended to them so that they might W. W. BURGIN cheer up and remeber that his DENTIST home is now with his Savior where FOR SALE Two houses and lot, Mondays, Tuesdays and Wednesdays pain is no more. e barn, everand well Crab Orchard Mr. Fisher Dallins and daughter, lasting water in rear of J. T. of Cherry's Thursdays,at Fridays and Saturdays Miss Ethel, of Hazel Patch are visi- store at Crab Orchard. For further at Stanford ting relatives here. particulars see Mrs. Garner Price, Office in Lincoln Bank Binding Several from here are attending Crab Orchard. I 64 2p the meeting at Providence. Mrs. Ethel White and Mrs. .Bell NOTICE On account having Adams visited Mrs. John Stringer, more work than I can do,- of will in John M. Casey, D. V. M. -I Sr of Bee Lick last Tuesday. Veterinary Surgeon the future confine myself entirely Mr. Tom Murrell has a gilt gone to Horseshoeing. When you want Grad. Cincinnati Veterinary College that would weigh about 75 or 80, is anything in that line done right (Eec. by U. S. Gov.) black with white face and very fat. and at a reasonable price, come to Office Farris' Stable If anyone knows anything about it Kentucky please leave the ward at Thompson's see me. Pedro Green, Highland.23 Danville, store. FOR SALE. My high class tourMr. Charlie Brown and wife are in ing car; has been run 9,000 miles; Hot Weather Is Here! from Ohio. is in perfect condition. This car Mrs. Millie Murrell is very low. in order. See eliminates all troubles but tire wear, Is your Bath-rooMr. A. A. Wren ,is doing some on the road. The price will surprise W. K. WARNER sawing at his mill now. you, if you want a car that will alOur school is very much crowded. ways come back. Chas. Wheeler, and get your sanitary plumbing There are about 70 pupils every day. Hustonville, Ky. 59-- 8 dona. Phone 188, Stanford, Ky. We will soon have to have another ALL persons having claims against room built to give the children plenty of space. the estate of R. C. Engleman will Rev. J. G. Livingston will begin present them properly proven to J. Livery and Auto Service a meeting at this place on the 22nd S. Owsley, attorney. Those owing Drummers' "Wagons, Carriages and the estate are requested to pay the inst. Buggies; Open Day and Night. Mrs. Gorge White has been visiting said ttorney at once. John W. En- Autos by trip or the mile. Give us a her sister, Mrs. Smith, at Woodstock. gleman, Executor of R. C. EngleTrial, We. Will Please You. man. 64 2t. Phone 5. H. H. Carter, Manneer. CARTER & CARTER, Stanford, Ky. Dr. R. E. Taylor, of Lebanon, will PUBLIC SALE be at Carter and Carter's stable after Mondy to practise his profession. DR. R. E. TAYLOR, As executor of the will of A? G. He is a graduate of the Cincinnati Graduate of the Cincinnati VeterinChrisman, deceased, I will, on Satur- Veterinary College and comes with ary College. day, September 2, 1916, at two good recommendations. He is a son Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist. o'clock, P. M. in front of Hunn & of Sheriff J. D. Taylor, of Casey, Phone 5. Cartel & Carter's Stable. Coffey's store, in Moreland, Ky., sell and is said to be a fine young man. STANFORD, KENTUCKY. 64 2t at public outcry, to the highest and best bidder, the farm owned by A. COAL This is the month to buy G. Chrisman at his deathj and being CAPT. AM BOURNE his old home place, lying one mile your Winter coal. Everything points" AUCTIONEER, LANCASTER, KY. east of Moreland, consisting of nine- to a car shortage in the near future, also to much higher prices. I am re- The high dollar at your sale all the ty acres of land. time and at lowest price; sales This farm is well improved, under ceiving three cars this week of the cried anywhere. fence, in excellent neighborhood, best of all coals, the Rex and the ' convenient to churches, schools, and Bon. Coal gets no better than these Phone 364A Lancaster at my expense railroad station, beimr within one coals and I will fill your house at mile of them. It is chiefly down in 12 2 cents per bushel and giveyou grass. Here is a bargain for the every pound you pay for. There ic J. M. REYNOLDS-UNDERTAKER- , no greater aggravation than to fill man looking for a home-farIt WAYNESBURG. lies in the best section of Lincoln your house with mean coal. Give We carry a large and complete stock your order now and save money. county. of Caskets, Robes etc at all times. N. W. FOWLE. Terms easy, and made known on PhoneT Farmers' line No. -- ; the day of sale. FOR SALE privately, the S. E. Woodstock line No. Calls answered day or night. Edawrd Alcorn, executor of the will Owsley farm of 220 acres; large colonial brick residence, celof A. G. Chrisman, deceased. t. lar, cistern, two barns, smoke house, tenant house, and other buildings; Auto Bus Between situated in heart of the Blue Grass THEOia RELIABLE" Danville and Stanford section; rich limestone soil in excellent state of cultivation; in Lincoln Daily Except Sunday county, near towns of Danville. Lan- Leaves Stanford (St. Asaph Hotel) caster "and Stanford, where there are at 10:00 a. m. and 4.00 p. m. excellent churches and schools. Will Leaves Danville (HoteJ Annex) at be sold at a bargain. For particulars 9:00 a. m. and 1:30 p. m. address Mrs. W. R. Rice, Southern Bundles and Packages Carried at 57-- tf Hotel, Jackson, Tenn. tAT YOUR DRUGGIST. Low Charges O. L. MINKS, Proprietor ry Wheat sold in Stanford Thursday at $1.35 a bushel. Too bad on the poor wheat growers. Of course Woodrow Wilson will be blamed and jthey will all vote against him. But don't forget that it was selling at, 75 cents under Taft, the last republican president. FOR RENT The cottage on Lancaster street recently vacated by C. E. Bower, Mrs. F. B. Hiatt, Stan64 2t. ford. $5 BILL LOST I hope that the person who found it is honest. Will give a good part of it as reward for 64-- tf its return to the I. J. offce'. McRoberts & Bailey PROFESSIONAL AND BUSINESS CARDS KSwirM IBKSiv" :: JW ZISIC nra yx.--, -- . j - 5. Gp m Study music in the atmosphere cf cnlturc and in ideal surroundings. Lexington Ky., is the seat of culture, the university city the city of ideal environs that sre an incentive to the highest idealism. So situated, the Lexington College of Music with Its faculty of distinguished instructors in voice, piano, violin end other string instruments, brass instruments, theory, harmony composition, teacher's training, public school music dra- -' matic art and painting, affords rare advantages to ike' music student. Degrees conferred. Positions guaranteed. Terms and board reasonable. Simmer term begins June 12. Fall term September 11. V'rite for catalogue. Dlrertsr CtitiUr &y 'SeL T ovraKfiin Pnllofln af Mncip Hi" 44JV.StttidSuLEXL1CIGP.XT. mMmmmitmmmmmmilmmm LSAU15HU vuuvfcv Cify 't. III br llSftKM ?3SiSl! iuv " 9, rair T ime! Now you are going to need A "KOOL" SUIT And we have them. Also a Serge, Grey, Tan or Brown. e, shop-hous- Panamas, Straws and Leghorn Hats Oxfords of All Kinds White Duck Trousers for Outing Wear We are Headquarters for Fair Wants ROBINSON'S Rakes and Hoes,' Water Coolers and Binder Twine. See us before you buy m T. D. Newland & Son. Opposite the Phone No. 168. Court-Hous- e, g Stanford, Kentucky. 1 1-- I 3 & NuaBr xMSBiQ0v9Q9HnViiE3c2r Ls '! 3 ' 63-4- Ford Touring Car F. O. B. DETROIT $360 Ford Runabout F. O. B. DETROIT J. C. McCLARY SALE FOR TAXES the Fair W. E. PERKINS, Crab Orchard, Kentucky Undertaker Office Phone 1G7 Embalmer STANFORD, KY. Home Phone' 35 McKinney, Ky., I will offer for sale, for delinquent taxes due the town of McKinney, Ky., for the year 1915 the following property, for cash in hand., D. A. Bugh, B. & land, $10.50 That portion of D. A. Baugh's farm which is inside the city limits of McKinney. " V. "M. Tanner, Collector. 64 4wj 16th, 191,6 at eleven o'clock A. M. in the front of the Court House Door at On Saturday, September To the Public: represent the largest and best order clothing house in this country Jitl T. Pri'e and Co., Chicago. III. My experience in measuring and directing the mak-ove- r one who is not a practical tailor. If you ing of your clothes, gives mo the advantage will give me your order", I nvill promise you a square deal. You will get the worth of your money, euner in me cneapesi graues or tne higher priced. My SPRING and SUMMER line of samples is now ready for your inspection. Call now and let me show you,. Practical Tailor DTTDI JLE Staxpoed, Ky. tfT madc-to-i- J $345 I H. C. ANDERSON, Stanford FORD AGENT FOR LINCOLN COUNTY Storage Repairing Tires Accessories Phone 203 HC I KUr CV v. " :t The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky; Tuesday, Aug. 15, 1916. Miss Sara Hundley went to LouisSAVES DAUGHT ville Monday afternoon. Columbus, Ga., John H. Shanks, of joined his wife her late .last week. Mrs. Lillie Warren has returned to her home at Middlesboro after a plea- Advice of Mather do Doubt Presant visit to relatives here. Mrs. Eliza Blain is having a vents Daughter's Untimely End. The First National Bank s and I are going back for a couple of weeks about Oct. 25th on her birthday." The I. J. would appreciate it also if its Bowen correspondent would send ip a letter every once in 'a while. An article by Mrs. Fisher Hearing, of Preachersville and Lancaster, on the home of Colonel William Whitley near Crab Orchard, now known as the Pennington place, with a series of specially made photographs of the interior by Miss Sacray, has been accepted by The House Beautiful, a Boston magazine. This is one of the most interesting houses in the State. The editor of the magazine expresses admiration for the sort of rude elegance of the place, suggestive of the old houses about Philadelphia. At the age of sixty five Colonel Whitley joined the Kentucky forces of the War of 1812, losing his life in the Battle of Thames. This dis" trict sent to the war of its choicest manhood. The Garrard County men were led by General William Jennings, to Mrs. Herring), his father, Captain William Jennings, of Virginia, with six brothers having been soldiers of the Revolution. (great-grand-fath- er c Children Cry for Fletcher's Of Stanford, Ky., Capital, $50,000.00 Surplus and Profits, $31,000.00 This Bank and its Predecessor Make it of the One ton. to their home at Knoxville Monday for a few weeks' stay. News has been received by relatives here that Mrs. Weeden T. Smith is very ill at their home in Lexing- visit to her brother, C. E. Gentry and family in Ohio. Samuel W. Menefee, of New York City, is here on a short visit to his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Menefee. Mr. and Mrs. John H. Woner are spending several days at Crab Orchard Springs. Mrs. J. R. Carson and baby went ' joined his wife here this week at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Fewell, of Rock Hill, S. C, Very Oldest Banks South Of The Ohio River It Combines Absolute Safety with Satisfactory Servibe, and Invites New Accounts upon its Merits for its Strength and Superior Mrs. T. L. Shelton, of Corinth, Miss., is the guest of Miss Mary Vanoy. Mrs. Kirby Bourne, of New Castle James Mershon and wife, of Lebanon Junction, are with relatives here. is here the guest of relatives. Mr. James McBee, Jr., is spending the Bourne was with her here Sunday. Miss Anna Warren will leave this week with relatives west of Huston-vill- e. week for the city to purchase her Miss Ollie Phillips, of Cincinnati, fall millinnery. Congressman Harvey Helm spent is the guest of Miss Gertrude Wilyesterday in Louisville at democratic kinson. Miss Lottie Harding, of Hanson-vill- headquarters. Misses Mary and Frances Brackett Va., is the guest of her cousin, have returned from Cincinnati where Mrs. J. Frank Smith. Jesse H. Hocker has just returned they spent most of the summer. Mr. M. D. Elmore was confined from a several weeks' visit with his to his room several days with a sore mother, in Kansas City, Mo. Miss Pattie Perkins visited Mt. foot, but is out again. Misses Alice and Mildred Pilling Vernon and took in the fair last returned to their home in Lexington week. Mr. and Mrs. Mitchell Taylor, of late last week after a pleasant visit Danville, were here with the court hre to Miss Mary Walden Gooch. Rev. J. W. and Mrs. Hagin, of day crowd yesterday. J. S. McKittrick, of Danvile, was Covington, are visiting the family ol the guest of J. M. McCormack last his father, 'Squire S. G. Hagin, at week at his home on Hanging Fork. Simpsonville. Shelby Sentinel. Mrs. H. M. Brooks, of Lebanon Ben Scanlon, of Paris, formerly "trouble" man at the local phone of- Junction, came up last, week for a fice, went to Harrodsburg on a visit short visit to her mother, Mrs. G. W. Cabell and family. after a short stay here. Mr. and Mrs. Walter! Good, o? Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Smith and son, Carlos E., went to Mt, Vernon to at- Lexington and Mr. and Mrs. Jess3 Personal and Social e, Miss Florence Hamilton returned to her home at Louisville Monday after a visit to her brother, Scott Hamilton and family here. Mrs. Lillie Warren, of Midliasboro spent several days with her sister, Mrs. S. P. Stagg, of Lexington, who is at the St. Asaph Hotel for a week or so. Miss Ann Bronaugh will leave the first of the week for Crab Orchard to rest a week beofre going to St. Louis to lay in her fall stock of millinery. Pineville Citizen. Misses Martha and Lillie Gangley. who have been visiting friends and relatives around here for some time returned to their home at Cincinnati the latter part of last week. Rev. and Mrs. Homer Carpenter and young daughter, of Shelbyville, are spending several days with her parents, Dr. and Mrs. J. G. Carpenter here. Misses Josephine and Ida Burn-sid- e who have been the attractive guests of their cousins, Misses Joan and Marjorie Ballou have returned to their home at Lancaster. Editor J. E. Robinson, of the Lancaster Record, took a train here Sunday afternoon to attend the Democratic headquarters opening at Lou-- family. W. H. Higgins. Mrs. Lizzie Arnold and daughter, Miss Bess, arrived Tuesday for a visit to her uncle, J. A. Allen and Ready, Ky. " I was not able to dc anything lor xearly six months," writes Airs. Laura Bratcher, of this place, "and was down in bed for three months. I cannot tell you how I suffered with ny head, and with nervousness and .vomanly troubles. Our family doctor told my husband he could lot do me any good, and he had .o give it up. We tried another doctor, oi he did not help me. At last, my mother advised me to take Tardui, the woman's tonic. I thought t was no use for I was nearly dead and nothing seemed to do me any good. But t took eleven bottles, and now I am able :o do all of my work 2nd my own washing. 1 think Cardui is the best medicine in .':e world. My weight has increased, ind 1 look the picture oFhealth. " If you suffer from any cf the ailments peculiar to women, get a bottle of Cardui 'oday. Delay is dangerous. We know I wiil help you, fo.f it itas helped so Tinny thousands of other weak women in the past 50 years. At all druggists. Writi te: Ghattar.ooca Medicine Co., Ladies' Advisory Dept.. Chattanooca. Ter.n., for Sttciai Instruction on ycur case and book. "Horn Treatment ior Woicen." in D'.a.n racner. N C. 133 e Tha Kind Yen Have Always Bought, and which lias "been ic use ior ever u years, nas oornozuc signature o ana. has been made Tinder liis nor- ., psonai supervision, since its infaary. yj, 6cc4Zl, Allow no one to deceive you in this. All Counterfeits, Imitations and " are bufc Experiments that trifle with and endanger t2ie health of Infarcts and Children Experience against Experiment. r2(-tf-f-iJnst-ns-good been with Pence & Hill the past week giving demonstrations of the great vlue of this brand of cooking stove to the housewives of this county. A half dozen or so of these splendid ranges were sold during demonstration week. 'Morning Jedge! It is now Judge Kriener. at Junction City. Gov. Stanley last week appointed Louis Kriener, hustling and popular casheir of the First State Bank at Junctin City as Police Judge of that city. $ tend the fair last week and to visit relatives in Rockcastle county. Mrs. Sallie R. Saufley went to Sun Bright, Tenn., last week to make a visit to her son, James Saufley and family. Mrs. H. P. Glaecocl: and pretty little daughter, Anna Rose were the week end guests cf friends and relatives at Richmond. Misses Katharine Hammond 3rd Virginia and Emma Sudduth, of arrived Saturday "and are the guests of Miss Ellen Scott. H. M. Scott has returned from Lexington where he visited friends and relatives and attended the Blue Grass Fair. Mrs. W. P. Kincaid spent the week end with Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Raines, of Lebanon, at the Crab Orchard Springs. Mr. and Mrs. Miller Hill and son, William, of Stanford are the guests of Mrs. Hill's brother, Dave Oatts and other relatives in Wayne county. La-ton- ia Mrs. T. J. Goode. Wm. Robinson, of Memphis., is spending his vacation with his father Col. J. M. Robinson at Grab Orchard Martin, cf Turnersvilli. are visiting Springs. little baby were here Sunday the guest of her brother, Jesse Lynn and family. Jno. Coulter and George W. Drye, two valued patrons of the I. J. from Casey were mingling with the crowd at court yesterday. Mrs. D. B. Southard and handsome little son, Edward and Miss Ethel Powell were the guests of Mt. Vernon friend last week and attended the fair. Miss Berta Jean Penny, who has been attending the Conservatory of Music the past year, came home for the summer late last week. She was accompanied by Miss Emma Noe, of Hopkinsville and E. F. Sellier, of Cincinnati, who will be her guests. Mrs. John M. Mount and pretty father, Mr. Ben Spalding, for two competitive tests. weeks, while Mrs. Ben Spalding is at Bay View, Mich. Lebanon FalJ. P. Culberson, for the last six con. years secretary and business manager of the Kentucky State Normal School at Richmond, has been elected to a similar position in the Colorado State Teachers' College, at Greeley, The name of Fleece Gooch was at a substantial increase in salary. omitted from the Goshen Honor Roll Mr. Culberson has been identified with the educationel interests of the last week. land car Thursday and enjoyed the day greatly. Rev. M. D. Early, T. H. Eads and D. T.Brumett motored to the Shawnee Run church in Mercer county last week and heard a fine sermon by Rev. J. W. Porter, of Lexington, the famous Baptist preacher. ' . Mrs. W. K. Shugars and W. K. Jr., motored over from their farm in Casey county Monday and met here, Misses Margaret, Bess and Lillie Shugars, of Richmond who are their guests for a pleasant stay down on the farm. J. Fleece Robinson, of Lancaster was here yesterday with his parents in mule business, J. B. Warfield, of Macon, Ga. Mr. Warfield is his guest and will be until after the K. of P. fair here. He is anxious to see the good show of mules that will be exhibited. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Brown, of Modesto, Cal., who have been visiting his relatives in Pulaski county, are spending a few days with Rev. and Mrs. Joseph Ballou and Miss Ellen They are accompanied by Ballou. their two children. Mrs. Brown attended the old Stanford Female College here when a girl. Mr. and Mrs. Hill Spalding and little daughter, of Lexington, motored to Lebanon Saturday. Mr. Spalding returned Monday and Mrs. Spalding remained with her daughter and will be the guests of Mr. Spalding's isville Monday. Mr. and Mrs. S. P. Stephenson and Dr. and Mrs. W. J. Childress, of the West End, motored up to the Mt. Vernon fair in the former's big Over- C. W. Dunlap, who has been connected with the Cincinnati Southern railroad for a number of years, has resigned his position and will in the future devote most of his attention News of the Churches to his 200-acfarm in the Highland section of this county. Mr. Dunlap Rev. J. T preach the was in town Monday and started to third SundayChasteen will at Mason's this month farming right by having the I. J. sent Gap at 2 o'clock in the afternoon. to him for a year. re He is an operator in the army and is climbing to the top of the ladder very fast. He has been located at Shafter, Texas, for some time but is now stationed at Candelaria. This is a town on the banks of the Rio Grande River and he states in a letter that there is a Mexican army post just across the river and that they can be seen doing guard every night. He also says that the Mexicans hate Uncle Sam's boys very much but are so cowardly that the only way they fight is to hide and shoot you in the back. There are many wild animals in the mountains there including, bear, lion, deer and many others but our soldiers are not allowed to go out except in parties to hunt for fresh meat for fear of being "bushwhacked" by the sneaky Mexicans. Bob has a host of warm friends "back home" who will welcome the news of his progress and who will extend their heartiest wishes for a successful future for him. News has been received that Robert Beck is en the border of Mexico. goric, Drops and Soothing; Syrups. It is ilcasant. It contains iicither Opium, Morphine Tier ofIier Narcotic sunstancc. Its acre is its guarantee. It destroys V. ornis LT.u. alias ' Feveri'.hness. For more than tlrrry years is bas been in constant use for the relief of Cc:;sti;ation, Flatulency? Wind Colic, all Teetli'iisr TreuL-I- ' , r:.l 4:srrho5a, It regulates the btomaca and Howrls. assimilates the Food, zrivin?' halt!:y natural Hol The Children's Panacea The IMoti.ers ;;-i- CAST What Is substitute for Castor Casforia is a harmless .t Oil, Pare- Fria. wine CASTOR! A always ? 0 J Bears the Signature cf x- . L,4?lfY ? W r 1a yy fS - J? & -- w r wlm. S Jtf&J1 -- Mrm W SJ -B4 -- ?- 5&4S4& y A. f Fie IM oh Have Alwsrs Bought Sn Use For Over 30 Years In Time of Heat Prepare For Winter Professor Walter Hopper, superintendent of the Public Graded School in Mt. Sterling and a son of Mrs. Kitty Hopper, of Stanford, has been selected one of the instructors for the Boyd County Teachers' Institute, and will be associated in charge with Prof. R. S. Eubank, of Lexington. The institute, which will continue one week, will begin at on Monday, August 21. Cat-lettsbu- rg Pleasant Point remains or Lela Padgett, daughter of Zacharia Padgett were brought from Cincinnati Aug. 10th and laid to rest in the Pleasant Point cemetery. Rev. Owens filled his regular appointment at the Baptist church SunThe jKMhi ji DIXIE GEM PUT IN i Ex. i c ) T--- J BEFORE TrtE COLO WAV FlAG COMES OUT l IF YOU FILL YOUR COAL CELLAR OR BIN NOW WITH DIXIE GEM COAL, YOU WILL HAVE A WARM WAVE ON THE INSIDE OF YOUR HOME WHEN COLD WAVES COME ON THE OUTSIDE. YOU WILL ALSO HAVE A NEAT. BALANCE IN THE BANK IF YOU BUY AT PRESENT SUMMER PRICES. The Somerset News said in its Friday Issue: 'Squire John Camden, of the Lincoln Fiscal Court, was here this week attending a session of the Pulaski Fiscal Court. 'Squire Camden was formerly a citizen of this counjy and resided near Clifty Crossing. He now resides at Waynesburg and has served several years as magistrate. He is an efficient and painstaking official; and popular in Lincoln county. Capt. Carlo B. Brittsin, U. S. Navy, and brother-in-laof Mrs. W. H. Shanks, of this city, has just been highly praised by the navy department upon the high rank his battleship took in competition in gunnery and engineering efficiency. Capt. Brittain commands the battleship Michigan, which stood second to the Texas above all the fleet in the recent w, Heard About Town - Small Lots And Remnants Lot Shep Check and Palm Beach Suits, value $10 and $12.50, to close, $4.95 Lot Silk, Poplin and Serge Dresses, $10 to $11.50 values, $4.95 Lot White and Gingham Dresses-childr- en and small women-a- ll the sizes; just the thing for school wear, 39c Lot of Electric Brand House Dresses, worth $1 and $1.25, sizes 16, 34, 36 69c Lot of five pretty Lawn Dresses, regular price $6.50; to close $2.95 Lot White and Fancy Striped Waists, regular price $1, 69c Lot Gingham Petticoats, 48 c and 25c Lot White Flake Linene Skirts 98c All Colors and Fancies in Crepe de Chine Windsor Ties, 50c and 25c Lot Gfngham and Challie Dressing Saques 39c New Cape Organdie Collar. 50c and . 25c Will open a big shipment of advance styles in "Worthmore" and 'Wellworth" Waists at $1 and $2 last of this week. The Hopkinsville New Era say; ing been private secretary to Dr. J. that Theda Bara is appearing "Un- G. Crabbe when the latter was supder Two Flags," which is rather more erintendent of the city schools of Ashland, and later when he was State than usual. Superintendent of Public Instruction Rev. O. M. Huey, of Louisville, after which he took a position with who is conducting a very enthusias-ti- s the normal school at Richmond. meeting at the Big Bone Baptist Miss Rosa Coffman, 'formerly of Church, spent Tuesday 'here with the West End, of Lincoln, who now friends. Grant County News. lives near Indianapolis, writes that she is reading the I. J. each issue, Billie Burke, the famous actress, she would "Be glad to see all of the drew a big crowd to the Stanford op- Bowen and Shelby City news that I era house last Wednesday night in may hear from my old acquaintances "Peggy." Many thought her not so whom I cannot see. I have been in good as Marguerite Clark or Mary Indianapolis three years and five Pickford, however. months but it seems longer, since I have seen my relatives in Lincoln and A splendid little place, offering a I would be glad to see some news of chance for a Sr& investment is to be them in the paper. Cy sister, Myrtle sold at auction tomorrow. Wednesday, at two o'clock when the W. A. Brent place on the Crab Orchard pike is put under the hammer. Don't overlook this one. : State for the last fifteen years, hav- day. D. & Co., Mrs. Alfred Marshal who has been sick for several weeks is some what E3ZCjLIS3; improved at this writing. BTTMJVitT77l7WvffiTii Stanford, Ky. ..,-- , Mi. Charlie Marshal has a case)f typhoid fever, but is better. Miss Margaret Routen, who has a position at Lexington is at home on a ANNUAL FAIR DANCE nati, is the guest of his uncle, W. B. vacation." The young society men of Stan- Oliver. Sam Marshal is at home thru his ford will have their Annul Fair dance Rev. J. H. Morton, of Lewisburg, father's illness. School at Pleasant Point began in the State Bank building: on Fri- Tenn., is here as the guest of Rev. July 17th with Eugene Wall as the day evening, August 25. Admission A. K. Gooch. will be only by invitation. The Clay Singleton and Virgil McMul-li- n teacher. Ira Routen left Sunday for De- belles and beaux anticipate a deare at home from Cincinnati. lightful evening. troit, Mich. Elder W. A McBride, of Midland, Bias McGuffey and Jim Griffin ; Ind., is conducting a series of meet-- J were the pleasant callers 0 of W. G. ings at the Christian Chruch here. EUBANK Routen. C. B. Marcum and family were at ' He is accompanied by Rev. Neal, Miss Martha Ollesh is at home on Stanford visiting his father, Samuel j who has charge of the singing. a few days visit. Marsum. School began here, Monday, Aug. Rev. Smith preached an interesting Mrs. W. H. McLaughlin and daugh- 14., with Prof. J. W. Wall, princi- -. sermon at the Baptist church Sunday ter, Miss Anna, of Peru, Ind., are pal, and Miss Delia Nelson and Miss night. A J. A. Johnston has been staying at here visiting Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Mc- Anderson, teachers. has very handLaughlin. some school building been comDry Ridge for some time. Mrs. Katie Miller, of Louisville, pleted. Several of the farmers have been of Mrs. F. S. on vacation the Bluford McMullen losing their best milk cows but the is Mrs. guestM. Brooks, of Kays. is and Geo. Reynolds isis carrying the R. Corbin, cause has not been discovered yet. the guest of her sister, Mrs. Laura mail on Route No. 1. The farmers are thru wheat and Hall. Mr. and Mrs. Tylor Wesley and mowing grass. beThe Eubank Canning children, of Louisville, are visiting Miss Bessie Singleton, of Eubank gun the operation of Co., have their factory relatives here. is at the home of E. G. Gilliland. canning tomatoes. Mrs. A. C. Spaw is at Lancing, Dee Reed and Goble Jones were Mrs. T. J. Acton and Mrs. Ying Tenn., visiting her daughter, Mrs. C. callers at Pleasant Point Sunday. have a visit We think that things are getting sister, returnedA. from Wilder, to their Hovious. Jennie Gooch is at home e. Mrs. Miss L. at very serious as Charlie Brown is makfrom Chicago on a few weeks vacaing so many calls at the home of Master Claud Oliver, of Cincin tion. Sherman Warfield. Elmer Wright, who has been in Detroit, Mich., was a caller at Sunday School Sunday. Herbert Reynolds made the school here and at Oak Grove a pleasant call a few weks ago. Mrs. Nora Hayes, of Louisville V. Kennedy ,.-...- ... I I Wil-mor- News comes from Lebanon that J. W. Phillips, the popular young horse and mule buyer of that city, who at- miq wire tends courts here regularly, had r leg broken by a mule kicking him o day or so ago. His friends missed him here yesterday. Stopped Most Terrible Suffering by Getting Her Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegeta- and pretty daughters are visiting parents here. Mrs. Dela Thatcher, of Burnside, spent a few days with Mrs. Martha Hogue. Rev. Owens was surprised to see his brother, who has been gone for six years. Miss Minnie Ollesh has gone back to Cincinnati to resume her position. Miss Grace Wall spent Saturday night with 'her parents here. Mr. "and Mrs. George Wall spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. w. G. Routen. Mrs. Annie Baxter and children spent Sunday night with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Kit Brown. Mr. George Woodie captured twq large rattlesnakes some few weeks ago. He killed one and kept the other a few days for his friends to see. Tooth Nail Baby Hair Hand Hat Face Clothes Shaving BRUSHES . Severn nee & Son Master Commissioner C. S. WeakJames Garnett, fae colored messley died at Shelbyville Monday. Denison, Texas. "After my littio enger of Clerk of Court of Appeals Secretary John W. Bain says the girl was born two years ago I began suf Blue Grass Fair at Lexington, was R. W. Keenon, at Frankfort went back to work late last week after ill IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMlll it i fering with female the most successful ever held there. three weeks at Crab Orchard, where trouble and could Mike Maloney, of Covington, has he went to drink the water for his hardly do my work. been appointed Clerk of the State health. Garnett is one of the best I was very nervous Banking Department by George G. known negro democrats in the State. but just kept drag- Speer, State Bank Commissioner. . ging on until last C. M. Fackler has completed a cenC. S. Lyons, the Hanging Fork summer when I got sus of Danville, and estimates the poultry fancier, took nine blue ties where I could not do population of that hustling little city at the Danville Fair and five at my work. I would at 6,500. last week. He 'is showing at have a chill every Mrs. Cora Wilson Stewart was at the Lawrenceburg fair this week and day and hot flashes the head of a banquet given Dr. J. G. will have his birdsxheie next week. s Mr. Lyons specializes in Black Lang-shan- s, I and dizzy spells and Crabbe in Lexington Saturday night, my head would al before he leaves for Colorado to-- asWhite Wyandottes, Buff Orpingtons and White Rocks. most burst I got where I was almost sume charge of the state normal a walking skeleton and life was a burden school thre. S. T. Durham, Sr., of Harrodsburg J. T. Cooper, representing theH tp me until one day my husband's stepmanufacturers of the Majestic range sister told my husband if he did not do received a message that his son, Alwith headquarters, at St. Louis, has something for me I would not last long bert Durham is lying at the point'pf at Meadowbrook, and told him to get your medicine. So he death in a hospitalshot vhfe passing W. Va. He was got Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com- along the street while two other men $100 Reward, $100 pound for me, and after taking the first were fighting. All three" are said paper will be pleaded t The readers of tbis learn that there is at least one dreaded disease three doses I began to improve. I conto have been rival suitors. that science has been able to cure In all Its stages, and that Is' Catarrh. Ball's Catarrh Cure tinued its use, and I have never had any The will of Talton Embry, the Is the only positive cure now known to the meddealer stock ical fraternity. Catarrh being a constitutional female trouble since. I feel that I owe Cincinnati-Louisvildisease, requires a constitutional treatment. my life,to you and your remedies. They who died recently, was filed for proHall's Catarrh Cure Is taken internaljy, acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of did for me what doctors could not do bate last week in Cincinnati, dis- the system, thereby destroying the foundation and I will always praise it wherever I posing of an estate valued around of the disease, and giving the patient strength by building up the constitution and assisting nago." Mrs. G. 0. Lowery 419 W. Mon- ; $750,000. the holdings in the Louis- ture in doing its xvork. The proprietors have terey Strpet, Denison, Texas.bo much faith in its curative powers that they eluded. Mr. Embry was related to & j ofTer One Hundred Dollars for any case that It If you are suffering from any form of number in this county and" made his falls to cure. Send for list of testimonials. female ills, get a bottle of Lydia E. fortune in the stockyards business, Address r. J. CHENEY '& CO., Toledo, O. Bold by all Druggists, 75c. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, and with which he was identified at thq m Take Hall's Family Pills for constipatioa. commence the treatment without delay. time of his death. V - ble Compound. General News Notes Brushes for every purpose; all sizes and shapes; with handles or without; brushes in all finishes; solid backs; bristles that won't come out-a- nd all at the Fairest Prices. The Penny Drug Store E. R. COLEMAN, Proprietor lmiiU Phone No. 2. Stanford, Ky. Ber-ryvil- le SiHHHHHHIHmKSHiBKBi: I A 4 HOTELS LIGHT, AIRY 4 World Famous """"C1 I le ! - . i Connecting Rooms, Capacity, Seven 300 Guests, $100,000 Brick ate, Savarieties of water ChalybeIt Sulphur, Crab Orchard, Building. Finest in South. New Hot and Cold Bath De- Magnesia, Cistern, Etc. partments. Boating. Fishing. . nnCW rMTlnr. Hunting. Fox Chasing. lake 18 feet deep. One and In Lincoln county. Kentucky, on the one-ha- lf miles of Dix fiver. it -- ., xxo mues v .V,1111.6' 46 miles from Lex-IT MUSIC DANCING .&.w, auuia oz Cincinnati Long Distance Phone and Tele- RATES $2.00 PER 0 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 Turnpikes in all directions. Half Pfice Swimming Pool. Electric Lights J. B. WILLIS, Secretary, and own ice plant. Terrais, Baseball, Croquet CRAB ORCHARD, KY. 4-a. Crab Orchard Springs. "i DAY-$10.0- v . -- - The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky: Tuesday, Aug. 15, 1916. Farm and Stock News Mr. Farmer It is time you were seeing about that I G. M. Smithy a cow and J. H. Bustle, east of town sold to calf for $50. v, YouVe been thinking of building for some time. In no other way can you obtain such feed economy for your stock. You cannot spend any money on your farm to SILO Martin & Russell, of Pickett coun-tTenn., sold here Monday to Oatts & Robinson, of Boyle, a yearling steer for $33. John B. Foster bought here Monday from J. H. Thompson, of the East End seven yearling steers for $217.50. head. J. M. Gooch, of the Goshen section, sold to O. P. Huffman, of this butcher cow at city, a 1,000-poun- d ' a nickel a pound. Center Bros., of Garrard bought mare a pair of small mules from T. A. Brent here Monday for which they paid $300. 'Shearer & Stokes, of Wayne county, brought down a bunch of nice ewes. They sold 40 head to Grant North, of the West End at $9.50 a three-year-old AT STANFORD " " ' Senator R. L. Hubble bought here Monday from T. J. Hines, of the Fishing Creek section, of Pulaski, a horse mule for $160. Green Gooch of Waynesburg, sold 50 ewes to J. F. Gover, of the Tur-nersvil- le better advantage. And the only kind of silo to have is a Concrete Silo Which is there forever when you have 'it made by r fllJLiLili d BKGS., STANFORD, : : KY. J. L. Beazley & Co., k Ifh paid $8.50 each for them. C. C. McClure, who was here from Paint Lick yesterday bought, of M. S. Baughman a jennet and jack $jlt for $150. Wm. Newell, of the Milledgeville section, bought five head of hogs of Marion Galloway, of the same community at 8 2 cents a pound. J. H. Poynter, of the Walnut Flat section, sold to Henry Hester here mare mule Monday a for $235. She was a good one. John T. Rigsby. of the East End, sold ISO head of sheep Monday to 0. F. Meredith of Mercer county at $8.12 2 a head. J. C. Spoonamore on the White farm on the Danville pike, lost a family mare he valued at $200 from an attack of indigestion and colic last week. J. D. Whitehouse, of Boyle, sold j to J. A. Robinson 13 cattle at 7c. He shipped to Cincinnati Saturday morning two car loads of hogs which he bought at 9 c. J. F. Lunsford, the Shelby City real estate agent has sold for John Sezler to M. J. Farris, Sr., of Danville 250 acres of land on Shelby branch for $3,000. and for Mr. Farris to Mr. Scl'-e- r a housp ;ind lot in West Danville at $1,500. George D. Boone, of the East End. had 126 head of hogs in a shipment 1-four-year-o- ld 1-- Rochester and Holtzclaw sold 12 heifers that averaged 740 pounds, to T. W. Jones of the Stanford Stock Yards last week at $7 a hundred. J. F. Gover bought the 100 ewes advertised in this paper by J. M. Roberts, the Somerset stock man. He $8.50 a head. section here Saturday at August 23, 24, 25, 1916 Liberal Premiums In All Rings Big Floral Hall And Poultry Exhibit No Entrance Fee Charged In Any Rings Reduced Rates On Railroads. A Cordial Welcome Awaits You. Your Friends Are Expecting To Meet You At The Knights of Pythias Fair At Stanford. Come ! At Crab Orchard, W. R. Gaines bought from Jim Harris a cow and calf for $50. David Street, near Crab Orchard, bought from David Hunt, of the same section, nine shoats that averFOR SALE.- aged less than 100 pounds, at 8 2 cents apound. .Mr. Street sold a bull FOR SALE 94 acres; at a bargain. FOR SALE 33 acres; calf last week to Mr. Wilder, of the frame residence; fencing FOR SALE Modern cottage; cottage; good barn; large orchard. East End, for $40. new and buildings in good shape; new; 5 rooms, with bath complete 5 miles from court house; 20 Daniel Newsom, of Euhnk, was 'in 3 miles from Stanford on good at a bargain if sold at once; rents acres in balance town Monda"y and reported that the pike. Price $60 an acre. Terms for $14 per month; 3 squares in timber;cultivation and watered. place well "company" Percheron horse which right. from court house. Price $1,500, if sold by 1st of was advertised in the I. J., was sold FOR SALE 190 acres; 2 miles FOR SALE Beautiful residence, September. to Eli Estes for $360. The animal from Hustonville; 130 acres in 5 acres A- -l land; one mile from FOR SALE 53 acres; is a splendid one and worth a lot grass, balance in cultivation; court house. Price right. Easj house; good barn; all in grass; 1 more than that, Mr. Newsom says. residence ; barn 50x70; terms. 2 miles from Stanford on turnR, A. Todd, of Wilmore bought large concrete silo; fencing all FOR SALE 236 acres; pike. This is an A- -l farm. Price last week 44 lambs that averaged 80 new. Price $75 per acre. Terms residence; 3 large barns; and terms right. pounds at 9c a pound from Larkin & easy. concrete silo; place well watered. FOR SALE 58 acres; 2 story Ethrington, of South Elkhorn. He FOR SALE 50 acres; situated in This land will grow anything you residence; large barn; good orchbought of C. E. Rutherford 25 sheep heart of the Blue Grass section; put on it; will sell as a whole or ard; on turnpike; will make price and from Mackey & Miller 40 sheep. rich limestone soil in excellent divide into two farms. Price $40 and terms on this that will interThe sheep are for his combination state of cultivation. Will be sold per acre. est you. sale. This firm bought 2,500 bushels of wheat from Jordan Lowry and Wm. Reynolds for $1.35 a bushel. Office 26 LincolnNatBankBIdg., He loaded three acrs of wheat Tuesday to be shipped to Louisville. W. L. Grady, the well known saddle horse and j'ack stock breeder of Columbia, purchased of Allen S. em National Bank, at Louisville, at Glenworth Farms, Burgin, the $96 an acre. It consists of improvpromising chestnut yearling stallion, ed land and also of some unimprovBohemian Leader, by Bohemian King ed one mile from the pike. and dam, American Lady, by Mont The Harrodsburg Herald says that gomery Ohiei. This yearling was Ison Brothers bought Saturday from uncovered at Harrodsburg, where he J. D. Baxter five mules at attracted mucn attention and won $150 a head. W. H. Peavler sold to his class; was also a favorite at the Black & Leonard 39 hogs at nine work mules for $300. Ben D. GofF, of Clark county sold Danville Fair where he was selected cents per pound. He also bought a 15,000 bushels of blue grass seed by Mr. Grady, for campaigning thru-o- nice mare from Rufus Harlow at the remainder of the fair season $100. H. T. Dean a short time ago at 80 cents per bushel. This consignment represented a large part of before taking him to the Jordan bought a sow from-We have German Millet Seed; BuckB. Scott that last year's crop as well as the croT) Peacock Stock Farm in Adair county. weighed 200 pounds. He kept her Simon Weil & Son, big cattle buy- nine days and in that time she gainof 191G. wheat, the Japanese or Black variety. A. B. Brown, of Garrard, who was ers of Lexington, were in this sec- ed 95 pounds in weight. Farmers Red Top Sugar Cane Seed, and Orby a should investigate what Mr. Dean looking over the Stanford market tion last week accompanied from feeds his hogs. Monday, has just contracted to de- packing house representative ange Cane Seed. All of this has liver 40 head of hogs to Cener Bros., Philadelphia. They bought several of Lancaster, December 1st., the con- bunches of fat cattle from feeders THE MARKETS in Boyle and Lincoln counties. Some been well cleaned, and is ready tract price is 8 cents a pound. Hogs Receipts 3,00; slow; packDick Chandler, of the Cedar Creek of their purchases were as follows: ers and butchers $10.25(5)10.45; to sow. n section, lost a nice work mare from From J. A. Robinson, on the common to choice $79; pigs and line, 88 head that averaged lock jaw early this wek. She was d a and he valued her right at 1,300 pounds; 66 head at lights $6.75 10.40; cattle, receipts 2,100; $5.508.75; at $150. She picked up a nail in her $8.45 and 22 head at 8.10; these to heifers active; steers $5 7; calves $5 7.50; cows be delivered this week; from Richard some way. foot in Martin & Russell, of Tennessee, Cobb and his son, Phelps Cobb, over $512; sheep, receipts 3,600;, $2.50 7; lambs choice $5(5)11.60. sold here Monday to J. A. Robinson the Boyle line, a load that will avera bunch of steers that averaged 735 age around 1,150 to 1,200 pounds, I. J. AD DID THE BUSINESS pounds at 7 4 cents a pound. To at 8 cents a pound ; from A. E. HundA. T. Nunnelley the same traders ley & Son, on the Harrodsburg pike J. Fd Allen, of Danville, who reSTANFORD, .KENTUCKY sold a d bull at a nickel a out of Danville, 120 head that av- cently advertised his farm for sale in eraged .1,400 and better at a figure the I. J., was here yesterday. He pound and 1. cents; was greatly pleased with the results 2 Wallace Wesley broueht to town lightly in excess of 8 Monday and sold here for C. A. Wells from Shelby Tevis, of the Shelby and said that he had a man from of the southern part of the county City section, three loads tht aver- Illinois to come and to look at the aged around 1,250 to 1,300 pounds, farm. "Your paper must circulate a bunch of 10 shoats to J. H. of Paint Lick at 8 2 cents at a figure close to 8 cents a pound. all over the country. I got letters G. W. Lyne, of Jessamine county from half a dozen states and they a pound. The little porkers averaghas purchased from Rankin Roberts, all had read the ad in the Stanford ed bout 100 pounds. .faul .Kinch and Perry Ballard, of of Chicago, 111., 112 acres of unim- paper," he said. the East End, bought near, Fulton, proved land at Providence, JessaKINGS MOUNTAIN, KY. Ky., and Reeves. Tenn.. across the mine county, at a private price. Jle KING'S MOUNTAIN border, 600 head of sheep, which they will rent it at present. He also sold Born to the wife of W. B. King, have on grass in East End. A large at public auction the John Ewlue CLYDE STURGEON, Manager baby boy. buyers have already farm at Hanley, Jessamine countv, a Rev. Smith, number of of Mt. Ve'rnon preachspoken for most of them. containing 107 acres to the South I have used the summer in the ed at the Baptist church Sunday. interest of the Sturgeon Real Rev. Owens filled his regular appointment Saturday and Sunday. Estate Co., Kings Mountain, Masters Owelle and Harrison Las-we- ll Ky. We are now ready and are out again af ter. an attack of expecting better business this typhoid. season than ever before in the J. T. Brown bought a horse from Mr. Hazlett, of Highland. Real Estate World. T. D. McBee and Hugh Jenkins If you have properties, you havegone to Cincinnati seeking emwant to sell, trade, or exchange ployment. some and see us. Our selling E. O. Wright and brother, who have held positions in Detroit are at plans are the very best terms home with their parents. very reasonable. Miss Lydia McBee, of Roswell, Ga., If you are not located to guest of her many friends here. Your friends will all be there and you want is the Neeta Murphy, of Somerset yoar heart's content, see us. Miss L 'PI is with her sister, Mrs. W. B. King We can satisfy you if it can to look iiice and feel right as you drive in. for a few weeks. be done in the United States. Misses Sadie and Cristeen Baxter We have a ciassy rig waiting for you We have agents in different visited Mrs. W. C. Brown, of Lexinglast week. parts of the Union, and by our you can afford to pay. See us betore tonIra Routen has gone to Detroit. price system, we can give you first Wesley Bastin has gone to Carthyou buy if you want to save money. class service. age, O., where he holds a nice posiWe are preparing a large tion. Mrs. Mary Dye is improving after catalogue for the I. J. to print, CLYDE STURGEON, being quite sick. and if you want a sale or trade Dr. C. M. Thompson has sown an General Manager. immediately, see us at once. acre of alfalfa. Col. W. G. Cowan, of the West End, sold to Farris Sandidge, a bunch of 75 ewes at 9. L. C. Bosley, of Boyle, bought a steer here Monday from Shady Garrett, of Tennessee at 8c. Oatts & Robinson, of Danville, bought here Monday from D. M. Cress, of Rockcastle county, a brother of John M. Cress of this county, 14 head of steer calves at $29 a head. Shady Garrett, of Wirmingham, Tenn., sold here Monday to C. R. Martin, of Danville 22 head of steers that totalled 15,800 pounds at 7 a hundred. Barney W. Leigh, of Hustonville, bought a horse mule here Monday from J. B. House, of Lancaster and a mare mule from Jake Norris. W. D. Williams, of Danville, purchased here Monday a, pair of mules, of mixed sexes, from J. H. Woods, for $350; from Fox Dudderar he bought a pair of horse mule colts for $125. T. A. Rice bought 14 shoats that averaged 70 pounds from J. S. Hock-e- r Monday, at 8 4 cents; from T. W. Jones, Mr. Rice bought 28 hogs that averaged 115 pounds at 9 cents. He will feed them on corn. In Mercer county Graham & Brown sold to Lebanon parties twelve mare mules at 112 per iead, and to the same parties they sold an extra good pair of 500-pound S50-pou- nd Undertaker Embalmer Phone 42, Stanford, Ky. to the Cincinnati market late last week. The shipment was composed of various sized porkers and the prices he received for them ran from $7.50 to $10.55 a hundred pounds. 1916 ANNOUNCEMENT OF 1916 List of Properties In Lincoln County and Stanford, Ky., -- G. B. SWINEBROAD, The Real Estate Man of Lancaster Come and let us sell you a farm in Garrard county, where five millions of pounds of the best tobacco is grown annually; where all the agricultural products grow abundantly; where the best live stock is bred; where the blue grass grows; where good schools, moral and hospitable people are attracting many home seekers. Lancaster, the county seat, has three banks, telephone exchange, electric light- plant, creamery, splendid water works system, two flouring mills, grain and hemp warehouse, tobacco warehouse, on the L. & N. railroad, one of the best graded schools in the State, having an endowment fund of 50,000 in addition to a $30,000 new school building. We can sell homes or choice lots near the school. Our price is the owner's price. We refer to any bank or to any official 'for proof that we will deal fairly with you; as we have done for ten years and have no dissatisfied customers. Improved and unimproved farms of all sizes and various locations and at various places but any farm priced at its market value. In the East capitalists are hunting real estate. No. 1. 130 acres, on pike, 4 2 miles from Lancaster, good land, slightly rolling, well improved, at $90 per acre. No. 2. 171 acres, 4 2 miles on main pike, fine land and well located, good improvements, at $135.00 per acre. No. 3. 191 acres on pike 1 2 miles from town, land very fertile, tenant house and two large tobacco Jbarns. Price $120.00 per acre. No. A. 124 acres on good road, 2 mile from' pike, rich land, partly rolling, brick house and tobacco barn. $85 per acre. No. 5. 125 acres, 4 mile from pike, 1 2 miles from railroad, good land, fair improvements, a bargain at $75 per acre. No. 6. 310 acres on pike, 2 miles from good village, residence, stock, barn and tobacco barn, well watered mostly in grass, hemp and tobacco, land ready for cultivation. A moneymaker at $65 per acre. No. 7. 200 acres of as good land as there is in Kentucky, 1 2 miles from Lancaster, on pike, well improved at $150 an acre. No. 8. 80 acres unimproved, adjoining No. 7, on pike at 135 per acre. No. 9. 440 acres, one mile from pike on good road, first class land, good residence, tenant house, five large barns, concrete pools. A mo either as an investment or to live on. Price $100 per acre. No. 10. 600 acres, 1 2 miles frpm pike, well improved, residence and tenant houses, several barns, fine land, well watered. Can sell the whole at $65 per acre, or will sell off smaller tracts at attractive prices. No. 11. 150 acres on pike, good land, well improved, good neighborhood, three miles from small town. Price $90 per acre. No. 12. 56 acres of fine land, one mile from Lancaster, small residence, ' large tobacco barn and other improvements. $125 per acre. No. 13. 97 acres one mile from Lancaster, on pike, fine land and new improvements. $125 per acre. - 1-- 1-- 1-- 1-- 1-- Lancaster, first class land in every particular, a number of fine building sites, susceptible of division from several smaller farms. Price $130 per acre. No. 15. 243 acres, four miles out on pike, highly improved, mostly in grass, good land, ready for business, svo per acre. No. 16. 225 acres in State of Indiana, 45 miles north of Louisville on B. & O. R. K fertile land and good improvements, will sell or ex change for other property. No. 18. 125 acres, right at town, old time brick residence, large rooms brick outbuildings, attractive home, good land, susceptible of making a suburban division, a number of fine building lots, fronting on street, but we must sell as a whole, has never been on the market until now. Further particulars and price on appli cation. No. 19. 200 acres, on pike, four miles from Lancaster, very high class improvements, large handsome residence, large barns, silo, etc. Can be divided into two or three or more farms, but we must sell as a whole at S150 per acre. No. 20. 117 9 acres by survey, one mile from pike on macadam road large residence, new tobacco barn, stock barn, good land, limestone soil, a bargain at $11,000. No. 21. 147 acres 1 2 miles from town on pike, fair improvements, good land, very productive, partly rolling, can be divided, price as a'whole, $80 per acre. No. 22. 60 acres, on pike 4 2 miles from Lancaster, good land all in grass, 6 room dwelling, stock barn, tobacco barn and other outbuildings, improvements all new. 1-1-1-- fronting on two pikes, one mile from No. 14. 201 acres, unimproved, 1-- four-year-o- ld seven-year-o- ld three-year-o- ld A. B. Florence, Stanford,Ky. 1-- Ed-ele- n, five-year-o- ld For Seed. ut H. Boyle-Lincol- seven-year-ol- 1-- 1-- 1-- ney-mak- er 1-- acres, five miles from Lancaster, on pike, rieht at school and churches, accessible to two other county seats, small residence, large barn, good, young orchard, fine location for dairyman or stock man. Price on application. No. 23 2. 104 acres, highly improved, two miles from Lancaster, splendid land. Price $135 per acre. No. 24. A good business proposidwelling with tion; large basement for kitchen, dining room, etc., large livery barn, two story, upper floor, hard-woo- d maple, used for dance hall or skating rink, two small houses, will always rent. Located on railroad, In small, but splendid business town. A moneymaker for the right man. Price $4,500 or will trade for farm. No. 24 2. 60 acres on pike, near town, very fertile, big tobacco barn and residence; 85 per acre. No. 25. A number of cottages and residences and building lots and business houses in Lancaster and suburbs at attractive price either for homes or for investment. No. 26. We always have on our list other properties, farms, dwellings stocks of goods, in fact all kinds of properties either for sale or trade. No. 27. To the man who wants to sell SEE US. If you want to sell at public auction your farm and stock and crops, let us "pull off" the sale for you, we will make you 68 1-1-- $5,000.00. No. 23. J. H. BAUGHMAN & COMPANY 1-- 790-poun- 1-- Mc-Whor- ter 1-- Central Kys Greatest Farm Agency Go. To The Fair In A New Bui22V two-year-o- ld "f-'.:''j3- at a - The G. B. Swinebroad, Real Estate Men Lancaster, Kentucky E. T. PENCE. V V