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Vh" Uoes It Say to v &tr v Year.-.- 5 Stanford, Lincoln County, Kentucky, Friday, August "1 8r 9 6. 1 1 Tuesdays and Fridays OLD HAM AND CAKE WILL BE FEATURES OF MENU AT FAIR DINNERS Mr. and Mrs. Sam J. Erabry To Have Charge of Meals Each Day Record Breaking Crowds Seem A Certainty and the amphitheatre, arranging the stalls for various stock, the floral hall, etc. Accomodations have been prepared for over 100 hogs at the fair this year and this promises to be a most important feature of the coming exhibition. Secretary 'Walton and his active assistants, Dr. T. W. Pennington, end President Harris, Vice President Beazley have been as busy as bees all week. Secretary Walton, with a lot of catalogues and other literature, headed a delegation of boosters to the big Brodhead fair Thursday. Everything will be in readiness by the time the opening bell taps. A record crowd from all over this and adjoining counties Jsascurodiui(L,all ithatf isneeded"ii, good weather, for which everyone is praying. All of the stores in Stanford have agreed to close up each day of the fair at noon, next week. This includes the banks, drug stores and all business houses, except the I. J. office which will be pretty busy about that time printing the Daily Interior Journal for the ladies of the Woman's is as follows. Miss Ophelia Lackey, Miss Martha Sacray, Miss Annie Miss Ellen Ballou, Mesdames W. M. Bright, S. M. Saufley, Tom Pence, W. B. Hill, Lucy M. Bartley, A. C. Hill, Henry Phillips, T. W. Jones, Bettie Bush, E. P. Woods, J. C. Eubanks, J. V. Williams, J. S. Rice, Will Martin, George DeBorde and J. W. Baughman. A force of men has been busy all this week working on the fair ring Mc-Kinne- About score of Lincoln county ladies have agreed to contribute home-mad- e cakes to the dinner which will be spread each day during th,e great Knight of Pythias fair to be held here next Wednesday, Thursday and Friday. A dozen or so old country hams are also arranged for, and the "feed" that will be set before those who go to the fair grounds to make a day of it, will be something fully worth the price of admission, alone. It's going to be "some" fair believe us, and not a detail is being left undone by the K. P. boys to make 'erthe greatest success ever known in the history of central Kentucky fairs. Owing to the serious illness of the little son of Mr. and Mrs. James H. Wright, they were compelled to give up preparations for handling the fair dinner, so the directors prevailed upon Mr. and Mrs. S.J. Embry to take charge of this difficult task, and have gone actively to work arranging and preparing the "ingredients" for the best fair dinner that has ever been served in the state of Kentucky, and that's covering a lot of territory. With old country hams, beaten biscuits, fried chicken and the cakes contributed by the ladies, the menu ought to please the veriest epicure, and undoubtedly will. The list of ladies who have so generously contributed the cakes above mentioned y, Yura!Tum!Yum! soundness not considered, $15. Great Fair Brodhead 40 Best lady rider, $10.Harness Class 41 Best stallion (3 and under Over 3000 People There Second Day 4), $15. and Rings Splendidly Filled. 42 Best mare or gelding (3 and under 4), $15. All roads have led to Brodhead for 43 Best suckling colt, either sex, the past three days and most of them .any bre.ed, $50, have been full of people on their way to what some call the "State Fair" ' Combined orClass gelding (any of Rockcastle. 44 Best mare Lincoln county has age), $25., furnished her full quota of people Best Roadster! Stallion, and stock and now wants the good 44 2 any age, $25. people of Rockcastle to return the compliment by coming down in sev Roadster Class 45 Best roadster under 54 in- eral squads to the Knights of Pythias ches, $10. Fair at Stanford next week. 46 Green roadster gelding, one The show of stock Thursday was that has never been shown") to be exceedingly creditable and the crowd driven by driver; numbered 3,500 or more. The gate entries limited to Lincoln county, receipts amounted to $600 and as ' $10. the tickets are 25 cents to adults , SECOND DAY and 15 cents for children it will be seen that 3,500 is a very reasonable Mule Class 47 Best mule (2 years old and estimate. Lincoln county people who had stock there got a large number over), $15. 48 Best pair of mules any age, of premiums, some of the biggest regardless of sex or color, $20. and best offered by the association 49 Best mare mule colt under going to them. The order was perone year; winner barred from all fect and the fair was conducted as it other rings. Winner to become the should have been. The officers and property of the K. of P. Fair and to directors weron the job to a man. be sold in the ring at auction to the and saw to it that everything went highest bidder. Mule to be deliver- smoothly and that their guests were ed October first, sound and owner all provided for. There are no races to receive payment at the time of this year but some of the harness delivery. Purchaser to give certified class rings are so speedy that one check at the time of sale, $150. feels as if he is watching sport al5Q Best mare' mule colt, under 1 most as good as that found at Lexyear, $15. ington during the Fall races. J. G. 51 Best horSe mule colt, under Frith,- president, A. M. Hiatt and Jno. 1 year, $10. Robins, Secretary, Treasurer, respect52 Best mare mule, 1 year and ively, were untiring in their efforts under 2, $15. to see that everyone" was cared for 53 Best horse mule, 1 year and and had a good time. That they sucunder 2, $10. ceeded can be proven by every Lin54 Best mare and mule colt (colt coln county person present. Followat side), $15. ing is the list of the principal awards 55 Best mule, anyage, $20. the first and second days: s Draft Horses Prettiest twins, boys or girls, under 56 Best draft colt, under 1 year three years, Mrs. R. H. Hiatt. either sex, $10. Prettiest girl baby under 18 months 57 Best stallion, any age, $10. Mrs. Edgar Tyree. 58 Best mare or gelding, any Prettiest boy baby under 18 ihon-th- s, age, $10. Mrs. Tilden Frith. Registered Saddle Class Best boy rider under 15, Russell 59 For foals of 1916, registered Nicely, first; Ray Sigman, second. ' in the American Saddle fiorse Regis15, Miss Sadter. Conditions: At least 10 colts ie Best girl rider under Annie FurPowers, first; Miss foaled in Lincoln county must con- nish, second. I test, $50. Fanciest single pony turnout, Ivon Harness Class Wallin, first; William Carter Frith, 60 Best gelding, 4 years old and second. over, , $15. Best combined saddle or harness 61 Best mare or gelding, 4 years mare, E. R. Gentry, first; Z.S. Brock old and over, $15. 62 Best walking mare (any age, second. running walker, (Rockcastle) 3est soundness not considered), $15. R. L. Langford, first; Fred Shivell, 62 2 Best colt either sex, by second. Rowland Peavine, $30. Best five gaited stallion, mare or Ponies gelding, E. R. Gentry, first; C. '. 63 Best mare and colt (mare Sigman, second. 48 in. and. under), $10. Best stallion mare or gelding, Bob 64 Best pony driven by boy or Walker first and second. girl (46 in. and under), $10. Rest bull calf under six months,' Saddle Class John M. Ciess, Lincoln, first and sec65 Best stallion, 3 and under 4, , . ond. $15. Best bull calf over six months and Class Roadster ' M. Cress first and 66 Best roadster stallioi;,. mare under 12, John second. or gelding, 2 years old and under 3, Best bull calf any age, John M. $20. Cress, first and second. x. 67 Best stalfion, mare or gelding, Best heifer calf under 3 years old and under 4,t$20. second. 68 Green ror.dster marc, one John M. Cress, first and - at Scudder Loses Father Work on Danville Pike Track Changes at Depot TO RESIST PAYMENT, Force Two Local Coal Handlers To OF FURTHER AMOUNT ON Do Considerable Moving. AL CREDIT STOCK RURinter- 1-- non-professio- - Splendid Old Gentleman Dies At His Is Started by One Crew of State-Ai- d Road Builders. Home In Madison County. work on the With the state-ai- d Richard S. Scudder of McXinney, road from Stanford to this county has the sympathy of a Mt. Vernon, almost completed on he host of friends in the loss of his fath- Crab Orchard pike, the Wilmore Coner. Ira Scudder, who died at his home struction Company has transferred jon the Red House pike out of Rich- - one crew of men anu one of its two luuiiu ill iriuuuun luuiivj iuuuuu, ni- road makiig plants to the Danville ter a short illness of pneumonia. Mr. pike. The Phillips Bros., concrete Scudder was in his 83rd year and machinery was sent on to the Danwas one of the most highly respetj ville pike first to put in the necesed and esteemed citizens of Madison sary concrete culverts and bridges county. He had been in good health before the work jot pike reconstrucup until Sunday when he took ill tion begins. The main road crew and sank rapidly. The Richmond will continue work on the Crab OrchRegister, published in his home city, ard pike, which is being put in such said the following of him: splendid shape. There are only a Mr. Scudder was a splendid speci- few more miles to complete on it and men of the fine old Southern gentle- it has been estimated that it can be man, and was universally beloved by completed in ample time before bad his friends and neighbors. He was an weather sets in. soldier, having been The crew, which will start on the a member of Col. Waller Chenault's Danville pike, will begin at the Linregiment of Morgan's calvery, He coln line and work this way, as fast was a man of the strictest integrity, as possible. Boyle has her portion and highest character, fit for the of the road about completed and with example and emulation of the youth the Lincolnvend of the line in similar .of today. He was twice married, first shape the roadway from Stanford to to Miss Laura Hockday, by whom he Danville will be hard to improve uphad four children who are Dr. James on. When this stretch of road is Scudder, of Richmond, Robert Scud- completed, a complete system of 20 der, of Glendale, Ariz., Richard Scud- miles of splendid turnpike, approachder, of Lincoln county, and Mrs. A. ing the proportions of a boulevard L. Collins, all of whom were at his will be finished from Danville clear bedside when he expired. After the thru to Crab Orchard. death of his first wife, he married The Gus Geizel road crew, which Mrs. Eliza Ogg who survives him. reconstructed the road out of Crab To all of the family the deep sym- Orchard to the Rockcastle county pathy of their friends is extended in line, was transferred this week to their bereavement. The funeral ser- Hustonville. After some work in the vices were held Wednesday, follow- town, it will go to work on the pikes ing by the interment in the family in the West End. Road working is burying ground. on at full blast in Lincoln and the pikes are going to be in splendid shape, if the present rate is main-- , tained for a few years. -county Baby Has Appendicitis Little Julian Wright Operated Upon And Condition Is Serious. Julian, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Jas. H. Wright is very ill at the Danville Hospital, with appendicitis, for which he was operated upon by Dr. Jackson, of that city, late Wednesday. The little fellow was found, when the incision was made, to be in a very serious condition and for some time his life was despaired of. Latest advices from his bedside, however, are that he is holding his own well and his loved ones ae greatly encouraged. The little fellow had been complaining of a pain in his stomach for several days but his parents thought that is was simply a childish ailment, and doctored him accordingly. He became very ill Tuesday night, however, and Dr. Perry pronounced it appendicitis, and after a consulation with Dr. Jackson, who came over, it was decided to take him to Danville to operate. The case is considered a rather remarkable one, in that a child so young should be afflicted with this disease. four-year-o- ld Good Road Notes. The making or improving of roads is not a matter for the Fiscal Court and Road Engineer alone. We must have the of the people. Recent inspection shows that ninety per cent of washes caused by overflown ditches is due to neglect of property owners. Ten days ago there were sixty one cases where hedge trimmings were left upon the roadside, and in many cases directly in the side ditch. One farmer in just one half a mile, has four culverts obstructed. The result is an overflown roadway. The numberless cases similar to this in the county are increasing, which necessitates taking some der cisive action in the matter. Therefore those having obstructions of any kind on the roadway, shall remove same within ten days, or it will be necessary to prosecute them according to law. ROAD ENGINEER. OBENCHAIN'S FATHER DEAD Maj. Oberchain, a member of Gen-Lee- ' 1-- 's driver; entries limited to Lincoln county, $10. 69 Best saddle stallion, mare or gelding, any age, $203. THIRD DAY non-nrofessio- en by hathasneverhowriahdtcTTDedrir ?Bestlreieioveri'slxWndcun'def --12 months, John M. Cress, first and seqr The Sick Folks 70 71 72-r-B- est Club. McCray Bros., of North Middle-tow- n phoned this afternoon that they would be here Saturday with seven show horses for the fair. They have, a fine string. The premium list, with the exception of the floral hall, offered for the three days' fair is as follows: FIRST DAY Hogs Other Than Red Berkshires 1 Boar, one year old and over, 7.50. 2 Boar, six months and under one year, $7.50. 3 Boar under six months old, $7.50. 4 Sow, one year and over, $7.50. 5 Sow, six months and under one year, $7.50. 6 Sow, under six months old, , -- i $7.50. Championship 73 74 75 der 2, $15. 77 Best der, $15. 78 Best 79 Best 80 Best es, $25. 81 Best ing, 1 year 82 Best side, either ing), $15. 83 76 Best buck, any age, $5. Best ewe, any age, $5. buck under one year, $5. Best ewe under one year, $5. Beef Cattle Best bull under 1 year, $15. Best heifer under 1 year, $15. Best bull, 1 year old and unheifer, 1 Sheep year and un- bull, any age, $15. cow, any age, $15. herd, bull and 3 femal- Special Class stallion, mare or geldand under 2j $15. mare and colt (colt at sex, regardless of breed- 4 years old and over, $20. 85- - Best boy or girl rider, under 7 Best Boar, any age and any 12 years of age, mounted on a pony, " $10. breed, $7.50. 8 Best sow any age and any 86 Best fancy turnout, pony to breed, $7.50. be under 54 inches, decorations con9 Best herd, consisting of one sidered; driven by boy or girl, $10. boar and three sows, $7.50. 87 Best looking married couple, Kentucky Red- - Berkshires to show in ring, $10. 10 Junior boar pig, $15.00. Harness Class 11 :Juior sow pig, $15.00. 88 Best mare 4 years old and 12 Senior boar pig, $15.00. over, $15. ; 13 Senior sow pig, $15.00. ' 89 --Walking ring (free for all 14 Junior yearling boar, $15. except previous winners of 1st money in other walking rings), $15. 15 Junior yearling sow, $15. 16 Senior yearling boar, $15. Harness Ring 17 Boar 2 years old or older, 90 Best stallion, mare or gelding, $50. $15. oyer 18 Sow 2 years old or Saddle Class $15. Best mare or gelding, 4 years N91 19 Boar, any age, $15. and over, $15. 20 Sow, any age, $15. Special Class t 92 Best fancy turnout (stallions 2h Junior herd (3 sows and 1 boar, owned by one man), $15. barred), $15. 22 Herd any age (3 sows and 1 Combined CJass 03 Best stallion, any age, $25. boar, owned by one man), $20. Jersey Cattle Sweepstake- Roadster Class 23 Best-Jers- ey cow, 2 years old 94 Best stallion, mare or gelding, any age, $100. and over, $10. 24 Best Jersey heifer (year old and under 2), $10. THE WINCHESTER OPENING 25 Best Jersey calf under 1 year It has been definitely decided that old, $10. Vice President Thos. 'R. Marshall and 26 Best Jersey bull (age consid- Congressman Thos. F. Heflin, of Alaered), $10. bama, will be the principal speakers 27 Best milk cow, any' breed, milk to be drawn in the rirg by an at the Winchester Opening of the Democratic Campaign on September expert, $18. 27 2 Best herd, any age, con- 9th. It is also probable that Hon. adScott Ferris, sisting of one bull and three females, dress the crowdof Oklahoma willfrom that is expected $15. all parts of the state. All are ora-- 'j Jacks and Jennets 28 Best jack (any age; age con- t;ors of the renown and will interest, educate and electrify. The people sidered), $15. county are 29 Best jennet, (any age; age of Winchester and Clark working day and night to make the considered), $10. in the history 3ft Best jack, under one year, opening the greatest are of the charof thd state and they $10. .such word as fail. 31 Best jack, one year and un- acter that know no oratory, the feast With the flow of der two, $10. othmeats, burgoo 32 Best jennet under 1 year old, of barbecuedall of who attendand asare er eatables, $10. sured that they will feel that is is Special Class t good to be present. Everybody is v under 3, $15. 84 Best mare, Saddle Class Best stallion, 2 years old and Dave Thomas is very ill. Mrs. Lelia Cook and Dr. J. B. ond. Best cow any age, John M. Cress, Perkins seem to be holding their own. first and second. Physicians have pronounced Dr. Best cow for beef purposes, John J. B. Perkins' illness a genuine case second. M. Cress, first and Best herd, to consist of aged bull of typhoid fever, his many friends and two cows and two calves, John will regret to know. News from Danville is that both M. Cress, first and second. any aee, Jersey class, W. Hence Overstreet and Ben Jennings, Best cow F. Carter, first; M. M. Perkins, sec- typhoid fever patients, are holding their own fairly well. ' ond. Teddy Aldridge, who has been laid Best herd to consist of aged JerJersey cows and two up for several weeks with a broken sey bull, two Jersey calves, W. O. Peterson, first leg sustained in an auto accident, continues to improve. and second. . R. M. Ware swept the deck in the four sheep rings taking every ribbon. E. C. Watson got all premiums in The ball games during the Chauthe hog rings. Best mare mule colt under 6 mon- tauqua were the best seen here in ths, Chas. Smith, first; J. H. Thomp- years. The game 'Friday was a five " ' inning affair, Hicks letting Lebanon son, second. Best mare and mule colt at her down with only one hit. The rain side, James Messer, Lincoln, first stopped this game. Saturday Paint Lick played our boys to a fourteen and second. Best mule over one year and un- l, inning battle at the end of which der two, B. Hysinger,D. W. Chap-pel- time the score was stfti 4 to 4. The second. features of the game were the fine Best mule over two and under 3, pitching of Hicks and the 1000 per Henry Mink, first; Thomas York, cent fielding of Stagg and Lcming for the home boys. Monday's game second. Best jennet any age, H. C. Jones. was postponed. Mr. Milburn, the mysterious wonBest jack any age, Morgan Hel- staff, and for many years president .and professor of Ogden College died Thursday at Bowling Green. He will be buried in his Confederate uniform. He was father of W. A. Obenchain, State Inspector of Roads, who has been in Lincoln county a good deal recently inspecting the new. state-ai- d road to Crab Orchard. LABOR DAY AT LEXINGTON The Blue Grass Federation of Labor is arranging for a big celebration at Lexington September 2nd, when Honorable W. B. Wilson Secretary of Labor in President Wilson's cabinet will deliver the principal address at 7:30 that evening. There will be otlier speakers and a great time is anticipated. A general invitation is extended to the public and all organizations of labor. Hustonville trict shows that Congressman Harvey Helm received 8,921 to 3,093 for Senator Montgomery, a majority of 5,828. In the Republican primary L. T. Neat won over R. L. Davison, 2,724 to 2,042. Farmers have been very busy sowing buckwheat for the past week. There has not been very much sown in this neighborhood on account of the dry weather. Some did not get to sow any, their ground was so hard they couldn't plow it at all. Corn is looking fine. Tomatoes are ripening nicely. We have seen several wagon loads pass thru here from Casey en route to the Eubank canning factory. Mr. Daniel Newsom had over a hundred cans of beans put up. Mr. J. C. Estes' wife had a chicken hen setting on twelve eggs and she Beat hatched fourteen chickens. that, poultry raiser. Mr. Crit Floyd and two sisters, Misses Annie and Lillie were the week end guests of their uncle, Doc Elliot, at Harrodsburg and attended the fair while there. They report a nice visit. Crops were looking good up there. "Aunt Ann" Floyd has returned home from Mt. Olive where she has been visiting her nephew, Mr. Simon Elliot. She helped to wait on her great nephew, Mr. Foster Elliot who had the misfortune to have a tree to fall on him. We are blad to say he is getting along as well as could be He can walk around in expected. the hose now. Mr. Paul Francis, and wife and little son, of Covington have been visiting his ageA father, "Uncle" Charlie Francis for the last two They returned home last weeks. Sunday. WHAT'S WHAT IN MOVIES NOW . Mutual TONIGHT "The Girl and The Game" No. 5 "The Fight At Signal Station." "Gussle Rivals Jonah"....Keystond. ."..Universal. SATURDAY 101 Bison. "The Leap" "Lost At Sea" (Comedy) ....L K O. Universal animated news weekly. SPECIAL ALL FEATURE FAIR WEEK PROGRAM. ,... Mutual. MONDAY "The Darkening Trail".. N. Y. M. P. With William S. Hart Thomas S. Ince production. TUESDAY Paramount. . OFFICIAL VOTE IN EIGHTH The official vote in the recent primary in the 8th congressional dis- POLLY ANN ton. .. Best lady rider, Miss Clyde first; Miss Mary Lear, second. Best gentleman rider, Lloyd Lane, first: Bud Dunn, second. Best mare or gelding two years- and under three, general purposes, W. C. Wilcher, Lincoln, first; H. L. Poynter, Lincoln, second. There were 12 entries in this ring. Best mare or gelding ,any age, N. W. Rogers, first: S. T. Curtis, second, with mare belonging to J. S. Duke, of Crab Orchard. Best double team regardless of sex or ownership Will Chancellor ana Sterling Curtis, Lincoln, first; J. T. big-ma- n, der of the chautauqua entertained all who heard him last week and several of his tricks astonished many of the guests. His sleight of hand performances are pronounced to have been the best ever seen he te. Mt. Zion Important track changes are to be made immediately by the Louisville & Nashville railroad at the Stanford Local Stockholders Meet And Name depot. Crews have arrived and startCommittee To Look After Ined to work upon the new switches to the west of the depot which will necterests of All And Go Into essitate radical changes in the topoCourts If Necessary graphy of that part of town. The H. Tudor coal yards, and the J. Baughman &. Co., coal sheds, both of At a largely attended meetin of which have been for years upon the subscribers to stock of the defunct railroad's right of way by arrangement and sufferance of the railroad, Rural Credits Association, it of Lexwas deA spur ington, held here Monday, will have to be removed. in to built south of the main cided to fight anythe courts any ef- track is collect track, cutting off from up west of the fort tosubscriptions balance of unpaid from local stock Baughman mill, and upon this track 'stock holders. Dispatches from Lexington the K. C. will repose each night af- recently have stated that efforts ter its arrival, instead of upon the would be made, in winding up the side track which it has occupied foi Association to force many years each evening. Another business of the complete payment of stockholders to side track is to be built north of the main trackage, it is understood; the stock for which they subscribed, and not suit the local stock pens are to be moved out farth- this does inveigled into buyingpeople stock er to the west and, in fact, the whole who were a little bit. Legal counsel will be system of trackage is to be. rearranged, as far as sidings are concerned. employed to fight any such action, will It is understood that Baughman and every effortwhich be made to remay be taken mill will have to move its coal sheds sist any action payments. to force sush to the rear of the mill, if suffcient A committee composed of Messrs. room can be obtained there. Mr. Thomas C. Rankin, A. P. Sloan and Tudor has not yet decided where he S. M. Owens was appointed to have will locate his coal office and sheds. This comHe hopes to secure sufficient rcom charge of the matter. mittee will keep in touch with what in the rear of his poultry yards, just look out for the west of the colored Baptish church, is being done and stockholders. The interests of other to accomodate his coal business. stockholders in this section of the state have been amazed at the disworkings of the Baptists To Meet Here closure of the inside has been placed association, since it in the hands of a receiver, and will South District Association Convenes set up as a defence against further In Stanford Tuesday. payment of stock for which they subscribed, that they were induced The South District Baptist Asso- to take stock in the concern by fraudciation composed of 27 Baptist ulent representations. This, they dechurches in this section of the state clare, they can easily prove in view will begin its two day' annual meet- of what has been brought to light ing with the Stanford Baptist church by examination of the association's here next Tuesday. About 100 dele- affairs. gates are expected to be present, and So far as known there are about they will be entertained by the mem- 400 farmers in Lincoln and adjoinbers of the local congregation while ing neighborhoods who subscribed in the city. The usual old fashioned for stock in the Rural Credits Asbasket dinner on the grounds will be sociation, and their investment repdispensed with this year and the resents something like $50,000. Very guests will be taken to the homes of few of them, if any, have paid up for the local members or sent to the ho- their stock in full, most of them havtels as their guests. It is expected ing only paid 25 or 50 per cent. that the first session will not start Many of them took stock upon the until close to noon Tuesday as many expectation of securing long time and of the delegates will net arrive until low interest loans upon their lands. the late morning trains. Tuesday In all about $8,000 is said to have night at the Baptist church. Dr. F. been secured by local borrowers W. Eberhardt, pastor of the Danvillv from the Rural Credits Association. Baptist church will preach the annual It was the sense of the meeting sermon, which will be one of the fea- here Monday that all stockholders of tures of the association meeting. Dr. the defunct concern in this section Eberhardt is one of the most de- confer with the committee which lightful speakers in the state, and was named Monday. This committee everyone is, invited to hear him. will look after the interests of all and advise what steps shall be taken, News of the Churches from time to time. At the Methodist church there will MASTERS OPENS UP STORE be preaching by the pastor at 10:45. Sunday School at 9:30.- - Union serG. H. Masters who moved his stock vices at the court house at 30. - of goods here after the fire at last week, has just gotten REYNOLDS BUYS FARM things in shape and opened up an atP. T. Reynolds, of Roodhouse, 111., tractive store in the State Bank this week bought the splendid little room. He is making first announcefarm of George W. Carter on the ment to the people of this community Hustonville pike, at a price, the fig- in the advertising columns of this ures of which are not made public, issue. Mr. Masters has already dembut it is said to be a good one. Mr. onstrated in his other lines that he Reynolds will get possession the first is a high class and first class busiof the year. There are 25 acres in ness man in every particular and all y frame wish him well in his new venture the farm, with good house, and the place is conveniently here. Bryan Jones, who had charge located only a couple of miles west of of the store at McKinney, has come Stanford. Mr. Reynolds left Lincoln here and will have active charge county a number of years ago and has here. He is a fine young man, well done well in Illinois, but like the experienced, courteous and knows his majority of Lincolnites who go away business. couldn't get memories of the joys of life in Lincoln out of his system, so MRS. THOMAS LOSES FATHER had to come back. He and his family Robert McWhorter, father of Mrs. will receive a cordial welcome "back Cleo Thomas, of McKinney, passed liome." Mr. Carter and family will away at his home in Yosemite, Casey probably move to town. county, last Monday night, after a year's illness of chronic asthma. He was 77 years old, a veteran of the MRS. NOE BUYS NICE MARE Mrs. Hugh M. Noe, Stanford's ac- Union army having belonged to the complished equestrienne, early this Company K, of the 19th Kentucky He was a splendid old week purchased another splendid sad- infantry. gentleman and beloved by all who dle prospect to take the place of the he was two splendid saddlers which she has knew him. In 18G6Gadberry. married and to to Miss Martha E. recently disposed of at very fancy born, this nuion prices. The animal she bought is a who with three children were In adtheir mother survive. sorrel with flax mane and tail, and dition to Mrs. Thomas, there are. W. is a of the famous Pea-vin- e stock. She bought the animal R. McWhorter, of Louisville and Mrs. serYosemite. from Ira Cotton, of Garrard county, Johnson, ofconducted at FuneralRiver Green vices were for a price understood to be close to church followed by interment in $200. The mare is quite green as cemetery. yet and light in flesh but under Mrs. Noe's able tutelage "will undoubtedly develope into a splendid PUBLIC SALE saddle prospect. Mc-Kinn- ey two-stor- four-year-o- ld Mid-dlebu- rg - 1-- 33 Best horse coir (under 1 year old), $15. 34 Best filly colt (under 1 year N. old), $15. Saddle Class 35 Best mare or gelding (2 and under 3), $15. 36 Best mare or gelding (3 and under 4), $15. 37 Prettiest baby 1 year old and invited and expected. Hogs THE MARKETS Receipts 3,000; steady; 10. packers and butchers $10.40 9.10; 60; common to choice $7.00 10.40. Catpigs and lights $6.50 tle Receipts J.lOOfquiet; calves 3,300;. steady. ' Sheep Receipts steady; lambs steady. Wheat closed under), $10J Dec. 38 Prettiest lady on the grounds at Chicago. Sept. $1.39 May $1.46 Corn; $1.43 at 3 o'clock, $10. Dec. 70 c; May Sept. 83 Walking Claw 39 Best walking gelding any age, 74 5-- 8; 1-- 8; 1-- 2; c; 7-83-8- c. and the floral hall and farm products eral merchandise there. Mr. Marion Smith, of Crawfprds-vill- e, exhibitors were highly creditable. Ind., is at home with the home folks LIGHTNING'S QUEER PRANK "Fair. and is attending the Brodhead A dispatch from 'Liberty says that Mrs. Cinthia Payne and daughters, D. G. Elliot, while mowing hay, cut Misses Grace and lizzie, of Crab Oroff two of his pet dog's legs, and chard are the guests of her mother, while he and another man were dis- Mrs. Simpson, this-wecussing the dog's bad plight a bolt Mr. Bryant Brown was in Pulaski of lightning struck the dog, knocked county last Saturday. Mr. down the bystander, and also Mr. George Smith, of Brandy was Elliot from the mowing jnachine. in this part of the country last week. Neitherl Mr. Elliot nor his friend Little Ivon Thompson, the infant was" hurt, but the dog was killed. , child of Mr. and Mrs. William Thompson is very ill. TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN Rev. J. G. Livingston will start a Mrs. A. P. Hunn is using all sani- meeting here on next Tuesday. Mrs. Ethel White and Mrs. Ida tary precautions, even boiling all "water used in cooking and drinking. No Thompson "were the guests of Mrs. hasps nf tvnhnid fever have been re- - James Barnett Sunday. n A4 aa W J A jaecucn. uuc una. FIlT xiiuuipsun is nut so vtVAll portea to tne Doara. ui TX A weii., property and ; Mr. Barnett and family motored to any infection on her her house is properly screened from ' to Henry county last week. Mr. J. G. Simpson is At home from flies and mosauitoes etc.-- J. G. Cari nenter. Health Officer. All water on ,the railroad this week to attend, the premises has been sent for analysis .fair. 3frs. Mary Peace and daughter, and when water is returned the 're- suit will be given tnorugh the In- - Miss Rhodav Mae were in Bcougton- ' 64-- 2 , townlast week. Iterior Journal. ek. I 1 1 Rev. Jim Gooch will preach at William Thompson's next Sunday at 11 o'clock. The meeting will be held ina nice shady 'place across the road. There will also be preaching at 2 Everyo'clock by Mr. Thompson. one invited and expected. Come out and hear the bible read; it will do you lots of god. Rigsby, Lincoln, second. Mrs. Ethel White was the guest Best draft mare or gelding, I. L. Phillips, Lincoln, first; W. C. Wilch- of her sister, Mrs. Ida Thompson, Tuesday. er, Lincoln, second. Mrs. Ida Thompson visited Mrs. Best pair mares or geldings, draft purposes, I. L. Phillips, Lincoln, first; White last Sunday and attended the meeting at Providence Sunday night. W. C. Wilcher, Lincoln, second. Mr. A. A. Wren went to Boone, Model stallion, mare or Sgeldmg, . Robert Walker, first and second. , last week. Mr. William Thompson and chilrunning walker, W. C. WilchBest er, Lincoln, first; Will Cornetf, Gar- dren were the guests of his parents, near Ottawa last Sunday. rard, second. Miss Beatrice Denny and little SylBest stallion, three years old and saddle class, Will Wilcher, via Thompson have, been visiting litunder, tle Elizabeth Jiles. ' first; Charles Bethnrum, second. Mr. George White has bought the One ring on the first day had 28 entries. Many of them had 10 to 15. property of a resident in Broughton-tow- n and "will erect a store of genThe stock shown was of a high class A 1 k I mm. M 4 A. -- ' V . ' very "The Tongues of Man" high class picture. Don't miss it. .. Paramount. WEDNESDAY v "Armstrong's Wife". Jesse L Lasky ' Features EDNA GOODRICH.... This picture -- was shown here chautauqua week but so few saw it and it such a" good picture we are going to repeat it. ' T tion with the Bailey Garage Company, sustained a very bad cut on hir. face the first of the week. - There was a Ford auto in the shop with a self starter, but it seems that the starter refused to work and it had to be cranked by hand. The crank was not fastened to the car and consequently it flew off when turned and struck the young man just at the side of his left eye. The injury was given medicial attention and two stitches had to be taken. Had the, crank struck him. a little further-over- ished. Cattle Two' milk cows, one a in all probability, one of his jersey and the other a Black Hol-stei- n; eyes would have been put out. a black spring steer calf; a jersey steer calf; a nice jersey heifer YOUNGSTER BREAKS ARM Alfred Willis, son of Mr. and Mrs. calf; a black yearling heifer; 14 W. R. Willis, of this place, had an yearling steers. sold before, Hogs If arm broken last week. He was in a sell 49 hogs not will average I will ab6ut cherry tree and fell to the ground, 100 pounds; that 4 brood-sobred to breaking a bone in the member. The farrow this fall; and a young sow accident occured on the place of Mr. Felix White's and proved very pain- and four suckling pigs. Implements, ful to the little fellow but he is get- of Farming wagon; 2 sets consisting a 2 horse of ting along nicely now and will soon harness; a buggy and 2 sets wagon of bugbe able to use his arm again. gy harness; a No. 11 Ohio cutting box, as good as new; a 2 horse gasoPREACHERSVILLE HONOR ROLL line engine, good as new; several The honor roll of the Preachers-vill- e sets- of plow gears; 2 Brown riding consolidated schood for the cultivators; 2 turning plows; a '1 month of July has been , announced horse cultivator; a disc harrow; by Prof. Johnson. smoothng harrow; a wheat drill; a scraper and a lot of other The following pupils have attained to a specified grade, and have been farming tools. 150 chicken hens will be sold if neither tardy or absent .during the not sold before; also about the same month. Grade 7 Katie Lawrence, Dollie number of frying size chickens. Ballard and Irene Ballard. 20 bushels of fine hill onions, and Grade 5 William Blankenship and some Irish Potatoes. 25 acres of corn, to be sold in the Nannie Holtzclaw. Grade 4 Eliza Cummins, Mamie field; 300 bales of good No. 1 hay; Jordan, Mamie Lawrence and Ruby 70 bales of straw in barn. Miller. An acre and a half of sugar cane. Grade 2 Burnett Miller, MargarHousehold and Kitchen Furniture et Dyehouse, Verna Parks and Joe of all sorts, too numerous to menAnderson. tion. Grade 2 Maborn Bell, Lee Bell Sale "will be held at my place 2 and Harvey Anderson. miles front Stanford at the Hamil' Grade 1 Howard Johnson. ton place on tie Goshen pike. Cyrus Johnson, Principal and Miss JOHN'C. PEPPLES. t Bettie Miller, Assistant ' CAPT. AM BOURNE, AmcUmmt. ws . -- AUTO KICKED HIM ON FACE Richard Arnold, who holds a posi- As I go to take charge of the State Farm at Eddyville, Sept, 1st, I will sell all my personalty at public auction on Saturday, August 26, 1916, beginning at 9:30 A. M. .consisting of the following: Horse Stock Pair of extra good working brood mares, both with mare mule colts at their sides; an sorrel mare, a good driver and worker; an aged gray family horse. Mules A good pair of yearling horse mules; a good yearling mare mare mule; a mule; a work mule, slightly blem- X.t A r ' h. The Interior Journal. Stanford, Kentucky: Friday, August 18, 1916. !!:w1SPE Bank with if . IJH $100 h $100 The readers of this paper will he pleased t learn that there is at least one dreaded disease ..Editor and Proprietor that science has been able to euro in all Its S. M. SA'DFLEY- stages, and that Is Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure Is the only positive cure now known to the medAdvance, Paper Stops "When ical fraternity. Catarrh being a constitutional $1.00 a Year in disease, requires a constitutional treatment. Time For Which It is Paid, Expires. Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken intt'rnallr. acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of I Entered at the Postoffiee at Stanford, Ky., as the system, thereby destroying the foundation, Second 'i if the disease, and giving the patient strength- T by building up the constitution and assisting na- , ture In doing its work. The proprietors have i to mucn mitn iu its curative powers teat tncy offer One Hundred Dollars for any case that it The Teutons have lost Jablonitza, falls to cure. Send for list of testimonials. Address P. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O. a principal gateway from Galicia to Sold by all Druggists, 7c. Hungarian plains, and Petrograd the reports the Russian offensive in this Take Hall's Family Pills for constipation. The Interior Journal Reward, ' LAST NOTICE ! i Latest War News MEMBER FEDERAL RESEM SYSTEM OF BANKS We ask you to bank with us because we give you a SAFE place to put your money. Progressive MEN of high character and known financial ability conduct our National Bank, and we are a member of the FEDERAL RESERVE system of banks, which stand together like one vast army for the PROTECTION of our depositors! WE can get money when we want it on our securities. YOU can get your money when YOU want it when it is in our bank. direction is continuing. Further to the north the driving operations against the Austrians are being continued, troops pouring across the Zlota Lipa at several points. Fierce fighting is in progress along the entire line south of Brody. The Italians vigorously are pressing their advance on the Carso plateau, and Rome reports the capture of several sections of trenches, with 1,600 prisoners. Unofficial dispatches from Italian sources say that Gen. Cadorna is within thirteen miles of Triest and that the Austrian fleet . 3J,ett the harbor The Germans admit the British have obtained a foothold on the Thiepval-Poziere- s front, and report the repulse of violent French and British attacks in other sectors of the Somme. The farmers are all thru threshing V Heard About Town Mathew Fenzel is working in Logan McCall's place at the depot while the j latter is a little indisposed. W. W. Hays, who has taken the agency for the Buick car in this r, county again, sold a five passenger car of the new model, this week to J. R. Harris. Dan Newton, of Spurlington, Taylor county, a brother of the late Abe Newton, of the West End of this county, died at his 'home theTe last week He wag a wea;thy farmer and is survived by his wife and eight chil four-cylinde- Summer Clothes At Your Own Price An opportunity to drsss well and be comfortable at very little-cos-t. Palm Beach Suits and Summer Clothes marked to the bottom notch. $10 suits at $7; $7.50 suits at $5. Serge Coats, all wool and fast colors, marked from $5 to $3.75. Mohair coats from $4 to $2.50, and $2.50 coats to $1.50. Wash Trousers, light colors, look like genuine Palm Beach. They launder perfectly and look fine. $1.50 ones down to $1. The $1 ones to 75c. No excuse now for not dressing well and being comfortable. I dren. OTTENHEIM Put We YOUR MONEY in OUR BANK. pay 3 per cent, interest. The Lincoln County National Bank Stanford, Kentucky The Lincoln TrustC o. OF STANFORD, KY. Capital, $25,000. Under same management as The Lincoln National Bank, is now ready to serve you in pacity of EXECUTOR, ADMINISTRATOR, DIAN, TRUSTEE, Etc., at the office of The County National Bank. County the ca- GUAR- Lincoln "Corner Next To Court House." We Will Save You Money on frigerators, Ice Cream Freezers, Coolers, Etc. ALSO LAWN MOWERSAND 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. W. N. Craig AT The Lincoln Pharmacy ''"' f a ' . IS PREPARED TO TEST YOUR rrv Vf ' And Supply You With The Glasses You Need. dt -- . Every Pair Sold With Our AbsoluteJ of Satisfaction. ' - Guaran-ante- e " SAY, YOU t BUY Reeiic-- . . ... Oxfords .and Pumps at Greatly .ed Prices Now, and you Will need a Pair ior it 1 of refreshments were served and all who were present reported a fine time. Mr. Joe Henzen left last Thursday for Cincinnati. Misses Acnes and Nell Schuler were the guests- of Miss Annie Sch-miSundaVmorning. Mr. Gus Geizl, of Crab Orchard attended several dances here and says that he enjoys them very much. Joe Welland, the owner of the vous breakdown. Buck Creek summer resort has had Miss Helen Hocker, of Huston-villauite a few cuests this summer and who has been very ill for the his guests will soon leave for their past ten days, was taken to Danville homes. this week and operated upon for a Geo'rge Urban and Paul Bergner serious stomach trouble. A message were the guests of Miss Lizzie Stick- from her bedside gives the informaler Saturday night. tion that her condition is most alarmAutomobiling and horsebacking are ing and that fears for her recovery the fads of the day at this section. are entertained. Mr. Gus Geizl motored thru this A jolly bunch of Wayne county section from Crab Orchard Sunday stock men and farmers were here on afternoon. court day and were piloted about the Buckwheat and corn crops are stock yards and other sights of the looking fine. city by Miller Hill. In the bunch Mr.. Emil Henzen is the proud and were Messrs. John M. Daugherty, haughty owner of a brand new bug- P. M. Coffey, B. L. Ramsey, Jules gyRamsey, J. J. Stokes and B. O. Shearer. As is usually the case, a DUNCAN big majority of them have been subThe Death Angel visited the home scribers to the I. J. for a long time. of Mr. Griffith of this place and took News has been received from Pittheir beloved son and brother, Moo tsburg, Pa., that Joe H. Warner, of dy. He died Friday morning and this city, has just received his fourth they took him to Virginia on Satur- promotion by the Westinghouse Elday for burial, weher had formerly ectric Company, by which he has He was nineteen been employed for about a year. been his home. years of age and had made many Young Warner is a born electrician friends in this community while and has forged steadily upward since here. The family has the heartfelt entering actively upon his work. His sympathy of all their friends in this many friends back home are 'very dark hour of bereavement. proud of the splendid record he is Born to the wife of Granville Car- making. man, a boy baby. James T. Menefee got in from Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Snow, of the Knoxville Thursday to see his parSouth Fork section spent Sunday ents, Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Menefee, with Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Smith. and his brother Samuel W. Menefee. Miss Ella B. Smith returned home of New York, before leaving for yesterday after a pleasant trip to Cleveland, where his headquarters Harrodsburg' with her friends. will be in the future, he having reMiss Pearl Linsley is visiting at ceived a very substantial promotion the home of Miss Frances Smith. with the Forest City Paint & VarMiss Ethel Smith was the guest nish Company, as mentioned in these of Miss Cicero Sims Sunday after- columns last week. Mrs. Menefee noon. will join him in Cleveland in about a Miss Ella Bennett has gor.e back to month. Williamstown to be with her friends R. T. Feweil, who is connected Mr. and Mrs. Thompson. with a large banking institution in Miss Julia Ptoland is at home for Rock Hill, South Carolina, says that a while after a long visit to relatives farmers of the Far South were nevat Martinsville, Ind. er more prosperous. Crops are all School is progressing nicely here selling high and cotton has gone back as Mr. Sims is a splendid teacher and up to 14 2 cents a pound, which everybody is well pleased with him. will make money for any of the proRelatives of Mrs. J. J. Fillman mo- ducers. Mr. Feweil and wife "are tored from Lexington Saturday and here with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. spent a few days with her here. W. H. Higgins, his wife having been Mr. George Sims and family visi- the accomplished and attractive Miss ted at home Saturday and Sunday. Mary Higgins before their marriaee Misses Kathalene Doan and May last fall. They are planning to build Leach were the guests of Miss Ed- a handsome new home in Rock Hill in a short time. na Sims last Saturday Safternoon. G. B. Swinebroad, the real estate Mr. H. L. Foly, who has been confined to his home for several months man of Lancaster, was over Monday was able to be out to Duncan Mon-ra- shaking hands with his many Lincoln county friends. Mr. Swinebroad is receiving condolences over the loss of his long-tim- e partner, Col. M. D. JUST IN TIME Hughes, that fine old gentleman who Some Stanford People May Wait Till died in his home at Lancaster last week. Mr. Swinebroad will now go It's Too Late. it alone in their well known real estate agency. Mr. Swinebroad is well Don't wait until too late. qualified for his task for he has had Be sure to be in time. e almost a of .experience in Just in time with kidney ills Means curing the backache, the iudging values of central 'Kentucky farms and has the esteem and confidizziness, the urinary disorders so often come with kidney dence of all who have ever done busThat iness with his firm. troubles. Kidney Pills are for this Doan's very purpose. DAVIS STORE William Braunsweig, of Louisville Here is testimony to prove their is visiting J. S. Tucker and other merit. T. D. Martin, painter, Rowland, friends in this section for a few days. J. Hugh Spratt had i light stroke Ky., says "I had more or less kidney trouble that I could hardly straighten of naralysis and is taking treatment. rjt. 117 . unuvv, u suuciuuak in n:;iui-- v ai. ,:i:i. v after stooping. I became weak and had dizzy spells. I was al?o very amatics and various other studies, lanquid and at times I was troubled is teaching a senior class at Sam greatly with having to arise many Johnson's and says that he finds that times at night to pass the kidney se- quite a number of old people in these cretions. The secretions were cloudy mountains can neither read nor and often very painful. Doan's Kid- write their names. The little ney Pills were the only thing that babv of gave me any relief and I highly rec- Mr. and Mrs. Shisher which has been ommend them as a kidney medicine." q'.'ite ill for some time remains about Price 50c, at all dealers. Don't the same. simply ask for a kidney remp'ly remThe baby of Mr. and Mrs. A. L. edy get Doan's Kidney Pills the Kidd has been very sick for several same that Mi. Martin had. Foster-Milbu- days but is soma what improved at this writing. Co., Props., Buffalo, N. Y Henry Davis js nursing a sprained ankle which hc sustained while parMORELAND Miss Addie McAlister, of Lexing- ticipating in a game of ball at the ton is the attractive guest of Mr. school house. Mrs. C. M. Jones who has been and Mrs. B. B. King. Mr. J. J. Moser attended the Lib- quite sick for a long time is slowly improving much to the delight of erty Fair this week.. Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Bloomseld, of her many friends and relatives. Springfield,' 111., have arrived for a couple of weeks' stay with their CENT ADS mother, Mrs. Mary Reynolds. Mr. Emerson Whitaker, of Beech (Ads here are 1 cent a Tord each issue, cash Grove, Ind., returned home. Sunday with order; nc ad less than 25c each issue.) after a oleasant visit to Miss Annie FOR SALE 25 ewes and a good S. Reynolds. iVUSS iviary nanson emeriaineu buck. Walter McKinney, Mt. Salem, 8j i loot Tnpsdnv fiveninc in honor of her Ky. 4. 65 guest, Miss Myrtle Homer, of Mary-villFOR SALE Three thoroughbred Tenn. Mr. William A. Hendrix', of Beecn Jersey heifers, Mrs. Bud Holderman, 64 4. Grove, Ind., has arrived' for a two Stanford. wdeks' stay with Mrs. Mary Reynolds, after which he will be accom'TtUBBER,, TIRING Have your panied home by his wife and daugh- Rubber, Tires put- on before fair time. $10 to $14. ,E. T. Pence, ter. 63 tf. .Mr. and Mrs. Lafe Ellis were in Jr., Stanford. , tz e, 1-- in this section of the country. Miss Annie Schtartz gave a little party last Saturday night. All kinds Wallace Bracket is working at the Experiment Station at Lexington, and is preparing himself for a course through State University, having arranged, with splendid spirit, to work his way. thru that great institution of learning. Miss Ida Grant the I. J.'s efficient correspondent at Lancaster, left this week accompanied by her sister, Miss Lily Grant and Dr. Hugh Grant to spent their vacation at some mineral serines in the Blue Ridge Moun tains of Virginia. The Danville Advocate says that the many friends of Hon. Robert Harding will be glad to know that he is gradually improving. It will only be a matter of time until he is thoroughly recovered from his ner- McRoberts & Bailey FOR SALE No. 40 Ross ensilage piit.pr. SO fnnt nine, pr Caroline enerine on trucks. Albert Schuler, Waynesburg, Ky., R. D. 1. eitrht-horse-now- 65-4- p FOR RENT The cottage on Lancaster street recently vacated by C. E. Bower, Mrs. F. B. Hiatt, Stan64 2t. ford. LADIES Be sure and look at my Hats before you buy. You will want cne for the fair. Miss Ella May 65-- 2 Saunders. I am prepared to VACCINATE vaccinate for anthrax, black leg and all other stock diseases. John Cook, 4p. 65 Stanford. IF you want the right Corset, try the Spencer. It is really a custom-mad- e corset, and we will guarantee a fit. Miss Ella May Saunders. 2 5-- Richmond Man Had Headache Most All The Time; Now Sound As a Dollar Is Mr. G. J. Marks "I suifered from pains in the back and dull headaches a great deal of the time. I had lost all ambition to work before I took Tanlac," said Goldie J. Marks, plumber, who lives conveyers take the half cracked grain to the bolts in poor condition and thus the flour is dark, heavy and of in Richmond, Ky. low quality. "I got a bottle of Tanlac and felt The miller has to only sharpen the relieved almost as I began taking it. stone which cracks the grain to make I feel fine now and have no more i the whole mill run smooth and the pains or headaches." flour good. Don't allow vonr svtpm fc hpcnm. by Mr. Ailments such as described Marks largely come from poor di- -! dull sharpen your digestion with gestion. The stomach being out of Tanlac. Tanlac is being especially introorder is the reason the blood is not furnished with nourishment, there- duced in Stanford at the Penny Drug fore, the muscle and tissues become Store, E. R. Coleman, Prop. weak and jserious breakdowns re- Tanlac may be obtained at th following nearby cities: Moreland, Absuit. The action of the body may be raham Minks;- Hustonville, Adams described by the running of a mill. Bros.; McKinney, True & Co.; Ellis-bur- g, The grain crackers correspond to the W. C. Bryant; Crab Orchard, stomach, they grind the raw pro- Lyne Bros.; Brodhead, John Rob-bin- s; ducts. The conveyers which carry Lancaster, R. E. McRoberts; the cracked grain to the bolts cor- Bee Lick, J. Reynolds & Son; Wayrespond to the blood and the finish nesburg, W. A. Horton. I I Vw ed product to the muscle and tissue. If the grain crackers are dull the coat to suit between Bell crossing and Depot street last Saturday 5th. Liberal reward. LOST, Green Mabel McClure, Moreland, Ky. ESTRAY 65-l- p hog came to my place about a month ago. Owner can get same by identifying, paying for keeping and for this adv. M. L. Elliott, 64 2p. Hustonville, R. D. 1. OWING to my obligations coming due, I am bound to ask those who are indebted to me to pay me at once; if not all, as much as uossible as I need 63-- tf it badly. H. C. Anderson. Farming implements and GOOD tools for sale at less than wholesale1 prices! Also good hay cheap. See mt and save money. Jos. Ballou. 65 It. FURNITURE, Uattlngs, Druggets, Rugs, Wall Paper, Lace Curtains, Window Shades, Trunks, Suit Cases. Pictures and Mouldings. W. A. Trib-bl- e, BSBJ They will save in insurance en your house, for they can't burn. And in addition they are permanent, weatherproof, fine in appearance and inexpensive. 2 For Sale by Stanford. shop-hous- 42tf y. FOR SALE Two houses and lot, e and well of everbarn, lasting water in rear of J. T. Cherry's store at Crab Orchard. For further particulars see Mrs. Garner Price, 64 2p Crab Orchard. FOR SALE 1 twelve horse international gasoline engine; 1 international ensilage cutter burs and crushes in good condition and has not been used to hurt. Cheap if taken by Sept. 1st. J. W. Henson, 65 4p. R. D. 1, Moreland, Ky. WILL STONE, Stanford, Ky. life-tim- FOR SALE. My high class touring car; has been run 9,000 miles; This car is in perfect condition. eliminates all troubles but tire wear, on the road. The price will surprise you, if you want a car that will always come back. Chas. Wheeler. 59-- 8 Hustonville. Ky. -- rai . T ime! r ti ALL persons having claims against the estate "of R. C. Engleman will present them properly proven to J. S. Owsley, attorney. Those owing the estate are requested to pay the said ttorney at once. John W. Engleman, Executor of R. C. Engle-jna- n. 64 Now you are going to need A "KOOL" SUIT And we have them. Also a Serge, Grey, Tan or Brown. eight-year-o- ld 2t. rn He is a graduate of the Cincinnati Veterinary College and comes with good recommendations. He is a son of Sheriff J. D. Taylor, of Casey, and is said to be a fine young man. 64 ter Mondy to practise his profession. be Dr. R. E. Taylor, of Lebanon, will atCarter and Carter's stable af- Panamas, Straws and Leghorn Hats Oxfords of All Kinds White Duck Trousers for Outing Wear We are Headquarters for Fair Wants 2t -A- -WORD All persons indebted to the estate of Clark Jordan are requested to settle at once with my Attorney T. J. Hill, Jr. and those having claims against his estate are requested to present same nrorrlv verified to him for payment. This August 17th, 1916. George Stur65 1. .. geon, Exor. NOTICE NOTICE The firm of Masters & Bowyers,, formerly of McKinney, has All parties dissolved partnership. owing' the above firm will please make arrangements to settle. All accounts not paid by Sept. 1st will be placed., in the hands of our attorney for collection if satisfactory arrangements are not made. Masters 1. & Bowyer, by G. H. Masters, 65 ROBINSON'S As we will close our. store from 12 .to 5 p. m. each day of the Fair, please make your order each morning, if possible. e, - , Frankforrlast week on business. I '4 r , tr-:i.- b- -n ,i ..-- . theH Fair - : ' W. E, PERKINS, ... i' hfJ '. '.' Uvu'- T v j' "i "thoSreliablej r. ;, , .Cpib Orchard, KeoWcKy,, V? J . , REMEDYFORMENJ At'YObRCD'nyGGIST. i EXSC FOR SALE privately, the S. E. Owsley farm of 220 acres; large colonial brick residence, celFOR SALE Nice driving or rid- lar, cistern, two barns, smoke house, ing mare. Gentle for the children. tenant house, and other buildings; Grass Registered. H. C.' Carpenter, Stan- situated in W&art of the Blue exce1-le65 1. section; rich limestone soil in ford. s,tate ,of cultivation; in Lincoln FOR SAjLE Indian Motorcycle, near towns of Danville. Lanfirst class condition, fully equipped. caster and Stanford, where there are Presto tank and "Old Sol" lamp, excellent churches and schools'. Will TTnr TijrrMnrjlnrs cyclometer, horn, luggage carrier and a erAA af a ' tandem cushion. Tires good. C. E. address Mrs. W. R. Rice, Southern 57-- tf 64-7- 2p. Hotel, "Jackstfn, Tenn. 'Mabley, McKinney, Ky. nj si-unt- T. D: ' Opposite the Phone No. 168. Nevland & Son, Court-Hous- e, Stanford, Kentucky. -- . t v i r tas f I The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky: Friday, August 8, 1916. 1 - ' M ?i ?;.? K. OF P. L FAIR-Aug- ust 23, 24, 25 Your are Cordially Invited to Come and Bring the Folks With You. E. C. Walton, Sec. S. T. Harris, Pres. Liberal Premiums. Shady Grounds. Floral Hall. Poultry Exhibit. Rings For All Classes Stock. OLDER STANFORD, KY Birr STRONGER j The First National Bank Of Stanford, Ky., Capital, $50,000.00 Surplus and Profits, $31,000,00 This Bank and its Predecessor Make it one of the Very Oldest Banks South Of The Ohio River It Combines Absolute Safety with Satisfactory Service, and Invites New Accounts upog its Merits for its Strength and Superior TfoiKerfJtieiixi iSxpeeiairittomeiy Beauty and Grace After ClulcCbirilt. Decatise A the pains incidental to confinement will be eliminated. uie mnuence or "Motner s hnena goes into every liga ment, thus preparing it for the awful strain with ease. Uet it aqX "Write X at any aniggisu scna ior me irec douk on .uuiueriiuuu. Uidg., uress me umdneld Kegulator Co., 206 Lamar ua. Ii; I FREE BOOK I Auania, Expectant of Many women are disheartened by the fear of losing their graceful figure by childbirth. By using "Mother's Friend" the natural beauty will be preserved and most f jn, i Eichard Cobb, Jr., went to Richmond Wednesday. Sheriff J. G. Weatnerford, of StanTo be healthy at seventy, prepare at forty, is sound advice, because in the' ford is at Elixir this week. Misses Gertrude Wilkinson, Dollie strength of middlelife we too often forget Wilcher and Annie Milburn are 'at that neglected colds, or careless treatment of slight aches and pains, simply the Brodhcad fair today. undermine strength and bring chronic The Newly-Wed- s, Sapt. and Mrs. weakness for later years. W. C. Wilson arrived today and are To be stronger when older, keep your at home at the cottage of Dr. W. B. uiouu pure ana ncn ana acuve wun mc O'Bannon. strength-buildin- g and properties of Scott's Emulsion which is a food, a tonic and a medicine to keep your blood rich, alleviate rheumatism, agcl nr tujjc avoid sickness. No alcohol in Scott's. Last Sunday afternoon we attendScott & Bowne, Bloomfield, N. J. 4 ed the meeting of the Junior League A. G. Eastland, of Louisville, is of C. E. and were most agreeably surprised at the work these little here this week writing insurance. tots are doing. Mrs. Skiles assisted Miss Belle Denny, is the guest of by Mrs. Geo. Stephenson has charge Mrs. Will P. Givens and Mr. Giv- of this order. After a song service ens, at their home in the Shelby City the secretary's report was read and section. called by Miss Ailene Collier and Miss Esther Burch, of this city and roll Victor Bell. Then clippings were Mrs. Margaret James, of Crab Orch- read by the children. Sentence prayard, returned this week from a de- ers delivered and then beautiful lightful trip to Atlantic city and oth- stories suited to children were told er eastern resorts. by Mrs. Skiles. Mrs. Stephenson ofMiss Martha Sparks, of Mt. Ver- fered a beautiful prayer for them, non motored thru Stanford this week complimenting their good work. Joand took th Royal Palm train flt seph Hamilton conducted the meetDanville for Somerset, where she will ing and the entire program was inbe the guest of Miss Minnie Duncan. teresting. We hope that more of the Dr. P. N. Blackerby has returned home from a visit to his son, Donald, grown folks will attend and encourchildren. at Stanford. He says that there have age the town today is like some banOur been good rains in Lincoln county and. crops are looking fine in that quet hall deserted Everybody gone to the Brodhead Fair. section. Falmouth Outlook. Mrs. Ethel Stigall, from Harri-maThe following persons attended the .Tenn., is at the Edmiston SanaBrodhead fair yesterday ana almost as many went today. Lincoln coun- torium. She was formerly Miss Ethel ty has certainly done her share to- Bastin. Mrs. Maggie Gover and son, Shirward helping swell the crowd at the good fair in her sister countv: Ed ley and Mrs. Wallace Gover motored G. Scott, A. P. Scott, Strother Car- to Lexington Tuesday. Mrs. Lizzie Carter, of Rowland, ter, Josiah Anderson, Manuel and Jas. Turpin, Mrs. W. B. Buchanan, is staying with her niece, Mrs. MagW. ,W. Hays, T. A. Rice, Will Hiatt, gie Gover for a while. f'V-'e- c In the death of Mr. Alfred Davis rris. Mrs. Lee Stone, Mrs. W. R. Willis, Mrs. Will Hocker, Mrs. another one of Crab Archard's land E. B. Denham, Mrs. Margaret Wood-ar- marks has passed away. He was Miss Hamlin, her guest, Mrs. eighty-fiv- e years of age, all of which Neely Stone, Mrs. Will Stone, Wol-for- d with the exception of a few years in Lovell, Ewalt Givens, Louis Rockcastle county, were spent here. Proctor, W. A. Hiatt, T. K. Tudor, He married Miss Martha Wallace, a Mrs. Felix White. Dr. E. J. Bnwn. fine Christian woman and she died afJ. C. McClary, Mrs. Henry D. ter a brief but happy life with him, Alfred Farmer, Grover C. leaving one child only a few months Belden, Middleton Lynn, Logan old, who is now Mrs. Maggie Gover. Stephenson, R. E. Gaines and familv, Mr. Davis lived single the balance of B. K. Gaines, Will Cordier and fami- his life, devoting his every thought ly, M. S. Laughman, E. C. Walton. and all his care to his child. Their blood-nourishi- Specials For Fair Times I Crab Orchard. You will need something new for the Fair next week, so come quick while our sale prices are on and see our 79c Ladies' Waists at 89c Ladies' Skirts at 89c Ladies' Silk Hose from 22 cents to 45c Men's Shirts at 89c Men's Shirts, were $1.00 and $1.50, at 10c Men's Collars, special at 48e Pretty Neckties from 22 cents to 48c Men's Silk Sox from 15 cents to Very Special Low Prices on Men's and Ladies' Shoes and Low Cuts Salem & Salem n, The Bargain Store , ! Salem & Salem d, devotion to each other was beautiful and as his life ebbed away it was her turn to minister lovingly and patiently to his every whim. In speaking to us of his future hope, he spoke assuredly of meeting his Sav- Hold-ermo- n, away and all sympathize with the daughter left behind. Miss Bessie Poyntei, of Mt. Vernon accompanied Miss Tanna Thompson home and is her guest. The little boy of Mrs. Stuart's ior and was ready and anxious for who has typhoid fever seems to be the final word to "Come Home." slowly improving. By hard work and economy he amassMrs. Mary Culton and Mrs. Mared quite a little fortune and at the garet Sparrow left for Louisville on close of his life could look every man Tuesday. squarely in the face and feel that he Mr. Isom McClure returned from had never willingly mistreated any- Paris this week accompanied by Henone and owed no man one cent. His ley Napier who will visit relatives request that no flowers be placed here. over him was carried out but a large Mr. Flem Jones who had cataracts procession of friends saw him laid removed from his eyes can see to ' ' I erything going higher. Even sugar ten cents a pound. What does it all mean? The cry is that the war is causing these extravagant jumps but we know that the war is having noth- -' ing to do with our produce as yet and we think there are other factors at work and in our opinion the Commercial Combines all over the land have much to do with the high priees of daily bread. get around and is delighted with the work of the Louisville specialists. Fine wheat, plenty of hogs, lots of cattle, fine crops of corn and potatoes, yet flour has risen to $1.10.-lar17c, beef out of sight and ev- Personal and Social erset was the attractive visitor of Miss Daisey Lynn Ware, of Som- S ... Miss Effie Ware last week. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Neighbors, of Louisville passed thru here Wednesday en route to Livingston on a visit. Mr. and Mrs. William Todd arrived today from Chicago to visit Mr. and Mrs. Dan Traylor. Mr. and Mis. V. A. Lear and Mr. S. D. Cochen, of Garrard county, were the guests of Mr. 'and Mrs. W. S. Fish this week. Mrs. Thomas Oaks, who has been visiting her son, John, at Lancaster, left today for Paris to visit Mrs. C. C. Wilson. Mrs. George Banks, and daughter of Dallas, Texas, are here the guests of Mr. and Mrs. H. J. McRoberts , and family. Judge and Mrs. C. A. Hardin were the guests at the Governor's Mansion Wednesday Harrodsburg Democrat. Miss Vercie Hester has returned home from a pleasant visit to Miss Carrie Anderson and Mr. and Mrs. Burch Hester, of Preachersvile. Mesdames Garner Price, and John by their Alexander accompanied mother, Mrs. Esther Price, were in town Monday, shopping. Mr. and Sirs. R. L. McKechnie, of Indianapolis are here the guests of day. Misses Bertha and Bessie Alford, her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Hammonds, of the West End and other I of Louisville nieces of Mrs. J. A. Allen, arrived this week to visit Mrs. relatives in this section. Mr. Mc. D. Royalty who was a fix- - Allen and family and Miss Mollie ture here in by gone days, .but for Daugherty. Mrs. Charles Oatts and son, of a decade a resident of Stanford was here the first of the week. Liberty Danville, are visiting in this city. Virgil McMullin, of Eubank, was the News. John Shanks returned from Lou- - guest of Dennie Gooch and wife on isviile Tuesday evening, and report? Central avenue, Saturday. Somer-thMrs. Shank has fully develop- - set News. of typhoid fever at a hos- Mrs. Logan Wood and little daugh-piif- il ed a there, but is doing as well as ter, Mary Virginia Wood, returned can be expected. yesterday from Wilmore, where they Walter Milburn, who was taken ill were the guests of Mrs. John Jewell at Dawron Springs, where he went and Mr. Jewell for the week-enfor a few days, is improving ranidlv. Danville Advocate. He was able to write a card to his Miss Lelia Cook Sallee, who is sister, Miss Annie Milburn, of this taking the nurse's training course at city, on Thursday. Norton Infirmary, in Louisville, is , Crab Orchard with friends. George W. Givens and J. C. Hill, Will Hiatt and D. T. Brummitt are at the Brodhead fair today. Mrs. G. H. Masters, and children, Charles and Ruth are visiting friends and relatives at East Bernstadt and London this week. Rev. and Mrs. J. W. Hagin and children, of Covington, are here t'.ie guests of her sister, Mrs. H. C. Baughman and family. Rev. and Mrs. Homer Carpenter and little daughter, went up to Crab Orchard Thursday to visit her brother-JamiCarpenter and family. Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Henderson and F. M. Smith, of Maysville, were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Reynolds last week. She returned with them for a visit. M. 0. Vandeveer went to Richmond Wednesday accompanied by Miss Blanch Vandeveer and Miss Louis Lynn for a short visit to his son, D. W. Vandeveer. Mrs. W. B. Riggs and Miss Elizabeth Coppage, of Cavington, and Miss Margaret Clark, of Pittsburg, Pa., are guests of Miss George Martin, on the Somerset pike. Mr. Robert Hester and Miss Carrie Anderson, Miss Vercie Hester and Mr. and Mrs. Burch Hester and son motored to High Bridge Tues. Miss Mary Bailey and Master Jas. Bailey are spending a few days at 1 FACTS THAT CANNOT BE DENIED. YOU WILL FIND MORE ARNOLD BUGGIES IN USE AND FEWER IN THE BLACKSMITH SHOP FOR REPAIR THAN ANY OTHER MAKE KNOWN. THERE ARE FEW, IF ANY, BUGGIES BUILT AS GOOD AS ARNOLD'S. REMEMBER THAT WE BUILD THE BEST BUGGY AND SELL IT . DIRECT TO THE CONSUMER, THEREBY SAVING YOU ALL MIDDLE MEN'S PROFIT, ALSO THE EXPENSE OF CRATING, FREIGHT, DRAYAGE AND DRUMMERS. WE DON'T MAKE HARNESS, BUT VE HANDLE A NUMBER OF THE LEADING BRANDS. WILL SELL AT ACTUAL COST ANY HARNESS IN THE HOUSE WHEN YOU PURCHASE A BUGGY. THEFACT IS, WE MEAN TO DEAL SQUARE WITH YOU, NOT CLAIMING TO OWN OR CONTROL A HARNESS FACTORY, NEITHER HAVE WE A NUMBER OF BUGGY FACTORIES, BUT ON THE SQUARE, WE WILL SELL THE BEST BUGCY THAT CAN BE BOUGHT FOR THE MONEY, AND ARE TRULY PROUD OF THE REPUTATION ' THAT ARNOLD BUGGIES HAVE MADE. You Can't Get AroundFacts :&' 4 i- Wonderful Results ' at i ; : ' d. j i t ! took the delight Four from ful excursion trip to Mammoth Cave which left Tuesday morninnr. Thev were Misses Jane Garman, Margaret Davison, Cora Lee and Mrs. Logan ht-re i McCall. Mrs. U. V. W. Darlington, and lit-- ! tie daughter, who have been on a several weeks' stay to relatives here, returned to their home at Barbours-- , ville, W. Va., Thursday. Miss .Flor- ence Trueheart accompanied them us as Huntington, W. Va. er. j spending her vacation with her par- ents, Mr. and Mrs. Joserh Sallee. on Cane Run avenue. Harrodsburg Democrat. Mr. and Mrs. W. Hi Slaughter and son, .Lawrence, or Jueoanon , in., have been the guests of Mrs. Slaugh ter's sister. Mrs. J. M. Ware. Mr, ' and Mrs. Slaughter were formerly Kentuckians but move to Indiana a i few years ago, where Mr, Slaughter has become quite a prominent farm-fa- r r have had wonderful results with our patent reinforced double reach gear. have ben in constant use almost exclusively for the past six years on ARNOLD'S W i They BUG-CZE- S Did you ever see an Arnold Buggy with" ,a broken axle,' spring, or solid foot. dash? We have never put a side curtain on our solid top, and haven't had a bro ken reach H Any time is the right time for a glass of ji Our records show that we have had only one spring to brea we have been in business, and that has been ten years ago. in six years. ' " ,.. since without a single broken reach, fifth wheel, king bolt or king bolt brace that has -If anyone using an ARNOLD BUGGY has had either of vcr come to our knowledge. the above to break a&t any time in the past five years, we would consider it Quite a favor to let us tnow, as we want to publish the' exact facts in regard to Arnold's Patent Doubl Reach Reinforced Ger. ; I ?? SsjyPjJ - InKIa Morning, noon, cr night for a or just for a delicious healthful beverage you will find a new pleasure a every refreshing glass. thirst-quenche- r, We Make a Specialty of Trimming, Painting, Repairing all kinds' of Motor and t Horse-D- r. j! 1 ' pi - Vehicles. ' awn V WffJ J $$& THE COCA-COL- A CO. li I' J? I -- - I ' 1 fi fsSST' S-"vVt- M' 'J l ' ViSSsSi frtSl - 1.'. Demand the genuine by full name nicknames encourage substitution. -- R. M. ARNOLD .".' r" !-- - ' SECOND STREET "'iu-- DANVILLE, KY. - - i ?- i ;. .: v ? --, ' t ..cc. f T The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky r Friday, August 18, 1916. TK3SBS","l- - V4Etifrtt!ll I Tl M 11 IIHUHUHTUHfHUiSiKJM Such. tobacco enjoyment as you never thought could be is yours to comitiand- - quick as you buy some Prince Albert and fire-u- p a pipe or a cigarette! -- home-mad- e Prince Albert gives you every tobacco satisfaction your smoke-appetiever hankered for. te it's made by a patented process that curs our That's because VyliS- Tobacco Co. ) j (Hfjsk I nWSiKV , WMlJi HlS' bite and parch! Prince Albert has always been sold without coupons or premiums. We prefer to give quality ! On the reverse side of th t!dv red tin you will rend: "Pro-cess Patented July 30th. 1907." which has made tAree men smoke pipes where one smoked before! fill I'll I I1 tE,)fi l ' H g H I g i HillBKRhl fflKSraffl! WlSlSlME)l 0hC BURNING1 VffiSsM WjPM il '! I eynf (III PIPE AND H H H H Prince Albert Buy Prince Albert everywhere tobacco is sold in toppyred bags, 5c; tidy red tins, 10c; handsome pound d tin humiand dors and that corking fine half-pounsponge-moistener the national joy smoke has a flavor as different as it is delightful. You never tasted the like of it! And that isn't strange, either. Men who think they can't smoke a pipe or roll a cigarette can smoke and will smoke if they use Prince Albert. And smokers who have not yet given P. A. a try-ocertainly have a big surprise and a lot of enjoyment . coming their way as soon as they invest in a supply. Prince Albert tobacco will tell its own story ! R. ut Green Gooch, of Wayncsburg, sold a bunch of 30 steers to Senator R. L. Hubble here Monday at $8. Rollin White, of Bllomington, 111., bought of B. W. Leigh, of Huston-vill- e his noted jack, Jim Reid for $200. Tom Pence bought eight red shoats from Charley Baughman, colored, this week, that averaged 90 pounds, OF at 8 2 centsa pound. Mitchell Taylor, of Danville, was 40URB0N POULTRY onthe market here Monday r.nd paid J. L. Smith. $450 for 17 cattle that CURE averaged 600 pounds. down the throat of a gaplne W. C. Shanks of this city, bought chicken, destroys the worms early in the week 20 ewes from the me. and saves'the chicle's drinking firm of Boone & 'Ballard, of the East A few drops in the water cures ani A End at $7.75. S. B. Sanders, of Hubble, sold to PREVENTS DISEASE J. A. Robinson last week 30 head of For the treatment of White Diarrhoea in chicks medium feeding cattle, to go the first and Blackhead and other diseases in turkeys of September at $7.25 a hundred. They are expected to weigh something BOURBON POULTRY CURE AS NO EQUAL like l.loO each at that time. J. W. Williams, on the Knob Lick One 50c bottle makes 12 gallons of medicine. mke, bought early this week from J. "I am a large breeder of fancy S. Hocker here, a bull that weighed poultry and show bir4s. I have be"en 790 pounds at 6 4 cents a pound using Bourbon Poultry Cure for the and eight heifers at $34 a head. " past seven years and never lose a J. C. Mcponald, of Tennessee, chicken with disease, and I attribute had a fairly good bunch of stuff on my success to the use of this wonthe cattle market here Monday but derful remedy. Have cured several wouldn't find the right buyer for bad cases of roup and other infecthem, so sold 113 steers and a couple tious disease with it, therefore I of cows for a price which he would speak from experience when I say it not tell but said was unsatisfactory. cures. 'I heartily recommend it to "Mc usually has no trouble in dis- my poultry raising friends in this aid posing of his stuff for he is a good adjoining counties, as the greatest judge of cattle and a careful buyer. remedy I have ever used for the cure At the sale of Mrs. Parslee Woods and prevention of poultry diseases." in Mercer countv horses brought Jno. O. Reid, Stanford, Ky. from $80 to $100; two yearling colts $50 to $60; milk cows S00 to S72; two yearling heifers $35 to, $40; Farming implemnets sold very well. At the sale of Mrs. Sneed on the 12th in Mercer: One work horse Rectina, the famous show mare, $110; one work horse $82; one year- which won the saddle stake at the ling filly $75; one milk cow $70; fair here year before last, died in one milk cow $56; one calf $20; hogs Pennsylvania this week. $10.25 per head. John S. VanArs-dal- e was the auctioneer. "Uncle Jim" Roberts, of Pulaski, who as usual was in Stanford court day with a choice bunch of live stock sold to J. H. Baughman, near Dan ville, three long yearling steers for j $110. To George Rankin, of the Hubble section, he sold 14 yearling It is time you were heifers, for $350. John B. Foster, on the market here Monday and paid seeing aboufthat a head for 19 calves. To Garrard parties, Mr. Roberts sold a couple k 1-- j' ONE DROP 1 II FfiF Tti&lJc RMSU I X RICHMOND, KY. A TRAINING SCHOOL FOR TEACHERS Courses leading to Elementary, Intermediate and Life State Certificates. Valid in all Public Schools of Kentucky. Special Courses and Review Courses. Tuition Free to Appointees. Two splendid dormitories, new model school, new manual training building, practice school, department of agriculture, a well equipped gymnasium. Domestic Science. First Term begin3 September 7. Second Term November 16, Third Term January 25. Fourth Term April 5, Summer School open3 June 14, Catalogue Free, u. ck uiu-:- President. lyllJWM . j . 1-- R ea NO. 141 Sold in Stanford by The Lincoln Pharmacy Estate For Sale . Mr. Farmer of yearling heifers, ouu pounds, humipound crystal-glas- s dor with top that keeps the tobacco in sach clever trim always I at that averaged d i-- z cents apouna. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO CO., Winston-Sale- m, N. C v Dee Tucker bought 20 head of Acids accumulating in the system in before you can be rid of your trouble. cows for M. J. Farris, Sr., and son excess, poison the blood and cause a S. S. S. has been purifying and nourMonday, great variety of diseases, affecting the ishing the blood for over half a cen- on the market here 4 to 4 cents a running from 3 skin and other mucous surfaces, the tury. It is also a very efficient tonic pound. He paid 4 4 c for a steer, heart and arteries, brain and general and being purely vegetable, it is the D. M. Cress, of Kockcastle, was on nervous system, joints and muscles. most efficient agent known in the the local market Monday with a nice Some of these diseases are Rheuma- cleansing of the blood and tonine up bunch of live stock. To J. Lee Mur- tism in its many forms, Catarrh, of the system. (phy, of the Hedgeville section, he Eczema, Hives, itching and burning Call for it at your druggists and sold nine calves at $20 ahead of the skin, dizziness, mental depres- don't accept a substitute. If special J. Lee Murphy, who was down in sion and a variety of other ailments. medical advice is desired write Med Casey last week, bought a pair of marc mules from McD. You must eliminate the acid from ical Department 93, Swift Specific Co, Fogle, for which he paid $350; from 3:our system and purify your blood Atlanta, Ga. C. C. Combest he bought a horse mule for $140. The Dunnville correspondent for fZ the Liberty News said this week, M. R. Damron sold 44 hogs recently at 8 c. He is our stock king it seems as he buys and sells all of the time. J. P. Riffe, near Hustonville, has just sold his fat cattle to Monte Fox, of Danville at $8.75 and 3' shrinkage. There were 39 in the herd, and 11-1- 6, LOUISVILLE they were in prime shape, averaging 1,360 pounds. Morgan Baughman sold a couple of his Shetlaifd ponies here Monday. WORLD'S GREATEST SADDLE He disposed of a horse SHOW pony to an "unknown party for $60 and a gentleman from Garrard paid him $40 for a yearling pony. Morgan sells these little fellows about as fast as he can raise them. J. B. Honaker, of the West End, Clean and Glassy Midway MiliuTycuntfmennt.and Ath,etic bought last week from Burton Ramsey, of Wayne county 29 head of Stupendous Decorated Automobile Parade for Prizes steer cattle that ran in weights from 750 to 900 pounds at from 7 4 Great Fraternal Gathering for Friday of Fair Week to 7 2 cents a pounds. Free Auction Sale of Pure-Bre- d Livestock Thursday and J. W. Barnes, of Byrdstown, Tenn., who is one of the cleverest and most Friday popularstock traders who come to the Stanford court day markets, sold 128 head of sheep to Col., W. G. R. R. Cowan of the "West End, at $9.50 a head. Mr. Barnes traded these to Address V. J. GOOCH, Secretary the buyer as he came through at-fig-- ures ACIDS IN THE SYSTEM:' Farmanl!!c kN evs 1-3-- fl0MA Gall Stones, Cancer and Ulcers of the Stomach and Intestines, Yellow Jaundice, Appendicitis and other fatal ailments result from Stomach Trouble. ThouSufferers owe sands of Stomach their complete recovery to Mayr's Wonderful Remedy. Unlike any other for Stomach Ailment.-?-. , sale by The Penny Drug Store, Stanford, Ky., and druggists everywhere. Auto-Intoxicatio- YouVe been thinking of building for some n, SILO . acres; 35 acres in cultivation; balance in timber; two houses; barn, chicken house etc.; well watered; good neighborhood; close to school and church; Price $1500.00. 50 four-year-o- ld time. In no other way can you obtain such feed econoiny'for your stock. You cannot spend any money on your farm to I NO. 142 seven-yeai'-o- ld PUBLIC SALE As executor of the will of A. G. Chrisman, deceased, I will, on Saturday, September 2, 1916, at two o'clock, pr'M. in front of Hunn & Coffey's store, in Moreland, Ky., sell at public outcry, to the highest and. best bidder, the farm owned by A. G. Chrisman at his death, and being his old home place, lying one mile Fourteenth Annual l-4- better advantage. And the only kind of silo to have is a KENTUCKY State FAIR September 1916 Concrete Silo Which is there forever when you have it made HORSE Daily Trotting, Pacing and Running Races three-year-o- ld Gaf 1-- 1-- This farm is well improved, under fence, in excellent neighborhood, convenient to churches, schools, and railroad station, being within one mile of them. It is chiefly down in grass. Here is a, bargain for the man looking for a home-farIt lies in the best section of Lincoln county. Terms easy, and made known on the day of sale. .Edward Alcorn, executor of the wil of A. G. Chrisman, deceased. 63-4- t. I m. ty acres of land. east of Moreland, consisting of nine- 151 acre farm five miles from Stanford; in the best part of the county; one house of five rooms and two porches; the other house is 1 2 story of five rooms; tcbacco and stock barn, 36x70; cistern, springs and ponds; about 100 acres in grass; balance in cultivation; orchard of 75 trees; all buildings and fence in good shape; close to good school and church; this farm is located in the best farming section of the county. Price $70.00 per acre, 3 down and balance in 1, 2 ana 3 years. 1-1-- PHILLIPS ! ' BROS., STANFORD, KY. NO. 1 45 84 acres; about four miles from Stanford; two story frame dwelling of six rooms; halls and porches; newly painted and prpered; barn 50x60; cistern and four never failing springs; creek runs full length of one side; all of this place is in grass; right on pike; all buildings and fence good. Price $10,500.00. One third down and balance in one two and . three years. Reduced Rates v $40,000 in Premiums T Suite 64 Mc-Kinn- ev Republic Eldg. Louisville, Kentucky mer of Garrard, was in Stanford on Court Day looking over the local market. Mr. Cochran is holding a cool thousand bushels of wheat and Stanford, Ky.; watching the market rise. He has it engaged to a Lancaster mill at $1 '3 To the Public: and the rise of the market but says not yet go. Having lost my barn by lightning, and being he is the price ready to let 'er daily With coiner un almost should insured in the Insurance Co., of North America, he Boone &worrv. East End tradBallard, ers, bought four canner cows here Jesse D. Wearen, the Insuance Man, of Stanford, Monday. They got one from Ken-nSmith at 4 cents and a' couple Ky., being their agent, I is with pleasure from J. b. Turpin, of this city, at is jus recommend the above named Company and the fromcents. Mr. BallardFinch to back a visit with Paul west Kentucky and Tennessee Agent to the insuring public for their courteous At Fulton, Kv., they bought 66 points. lambs at $8.50, and Tenn., treatment and liberal and prompt payment of the secured 211 at Reeves, wethers they yearling at above loss. Yours very truly, $4.50 a head. In Scott county Wednesday Judge'' James Bradley, administrator of the Jesse D. Wearen, Agent. estate of the late James Mulholland, T. D. Raney, Solicitor s&ld at .publicauction the two farms M. J. HOFFMAN owned by him; one of 332 acres lying on the Lexington pike and one of 207 acres lyir.,g on the Payne's Depot pike. Noah Mulholland was the purchaser of the first place, paying $190 per acre for it and W. Vernon Featherston of the latter at $128 ' per acre. KINGS MOUNTAIN, KY. 8-5-1916 S. D. Cochran, a well known far- with them Saturday last. G. H. Masters, Ky., Aug. 15, 1916 I take this method of Jetting my friends know I have opend a store in the old State Bank Building in Stanford and am ready to do business. I will make some Special Prices on Shoes and. Clothing to close out some goods I will discontinue to handle. You can save money by buying' your goods from me. ; Stanford, s ""-.- - j " a NO. 143 360 er it that -2 Central Kys Greatest Farm Agency Our Groceries are fresh and clean and prices are right. Will deliver goods after Sept. 1st. Come and see'bur Special Counter in Shoes and Slippers at half price to clean up. A share of your natronage will be appreciated. - Thanking you very kindly to give me a trial, I am very truly, CLYDE STURGEON, Manager interest f the Sturgeon Real Estate Co., Kings (Mountain, Ky.i We are now ready and expecting better business this season than ever before in the Real Estate World.." If you have properties, you want to sell, trade, or exchange some and see us. Our selling plans are the very best terms very reasonable. If you are not located to your heart's content,' see us. We can satisfy you if it can be dqne in the United States. We have agents in different parts of 'the Union, and byfeur system, we can give you first V PUBLIC SALE Having decided to move back to town, I will sell at Public Auction, G. H. MASTERS, Stanford, Ky. Phone No. 219. I have used the summer in the at 1:30 o'clock on CLYDE STURGEON, General Manager. class service. We are preparing a large catalogue for the I. J. to print, and if you want a sale or trade immediately, see us at once. erty, Horses 1 bay mare, good worker, gentle, with good mare, mule colt by horse side; 1 horse by mule, broke; 1 Kentucky Gentleman and out of a standard breH mare. Cows 4. good milch cows; 2 full stock Jerseys and 2 half stock Jer- .seys; 3 hne Jersey neiter calves; l nice yearling heifer, bred; 7 yearling steers. Hogs 4 brood sows, good ones; 3 heavy with pigs; 23 shoats; 1 large barren. wagwagon; 1 1 on; 1 cutting harrow, good as new? 1 buggy; l,set wagon harness and many, other things too numerous to mention. Terms made known on day' of sale. J. B. SARTAIN. J. B. Dinwiddie, Auctioneer. to-wit: 16-han- dv TUESDAY. AUGUST 22nd, 1916, my farm, located 3 miles from Stanford, 2 miles from Rowland, on the Goshen pike, the following prop- at TRAIN EXCURSION CINCINNATI AND RETURN - Sunday, AUGUST 20th. acre farm located f znP-- i from Danville, Stanford and Lancaster; two story frame residence of six rooms, halls, three porches and pantries; an extra large stoct barn and seven acre tobacco barn; three tenant houses; two good cisterns; branch; Hanging Fork on" one side; large cistern at barn and good cistern at house; about .125 acres of this farm good bottom land and does not overflow; 100 acres in blue grass; timothy, and clover; balance in cultivation; plenty of locust posts; fine orchard; all necessary outbuildings, including smoke house, tool house, hen house and coal house, etc.; place right on pike; one mile from school and church; five mj'es from three county seats; on rural route; also on star route; splendid neighborhood; fencing and buildings in good shape. Price $100.00 per acre. One third down and balance in eight annual" payments. $1.50 t ROUND TRIP FROM Junction. City SPECIAL TRAIN LEAVES JUNCTION CITY 5:35 A. M. Hughes & McCarty ,- - REAL ESTATE .- , STANFORD, - KENTUCKY G. B. HARBERSON, Ticket Ageat JUNCTION CITY, KY. N a 4 s .