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This Label eipc rfv .. Doe I.! 2Ror What- FT AXlAt Stanford, Lincoln County, Kentucky, Tuesday, August 22, 1916 Tuesdays and Fridays Operation Proves Fatal BAPTISTS ON HAND Miss Helen Hocker, of Hustonville, OPEN ANNUAL SESSION HERE Passes Away In Danville Hospital. WITH MANY PRESENT READY TO OPEN Too Much Advertising GREAT K. P. FAIR BEGINS HERE On County's Concrete Bridges Charge Against Merchants. WEDNESDAY, AUG. 23. ' r. -Phillips & Phillips, local merchants J rrrami'. r. .. Fine Fair Weather Seems Sure And had warrants against them late last f v: Miss Helen Hocker died at 2 o'clock wi ' jt.it . week by County Road Engineer Mc-KRecord Breaking Attendance Friday afternoon following an opera- Rev. M. D. Early Chosen Moderator Riffe on the charges of defacing Is Expected Each Day And Dr. Eberhardt Will Deliver tion for bowel trouble. Her remains public property. The particular ofwere taken to her home at HustonAnnual Sermon Tonight K ville and on Saturday afternoon were The greatest country fair in Ken- fense with which these well known tomor- and popular young business men are tucky this season opens here laid to rest by those of her father, J. With three or four hundred delerow, Wednesday, August 23. Its charged is that had their signs paintWesley Hocker, in Hustonville cemeed upon the county's new concrete gates present, the South District success now seems absolutely assured tery. Her pastor, Rev. A. H. Baugh. heads weather the for no more delightful fair now be- bridgeOrchard and abutments on thev of the Christian church, preached Association of the Baptist church bepike. Of course Crab could be asked for than is an appropriate funeral sermon at the gan its annual session at the Baptist ing enjoyed and which seems destin- did not know that such is an offense home and the Hustonville quartette church here this morning. Hundreds ed to continue for the remainder of against the statutes made and providsang several of her favorite hymns. ed for the state of Kentucky. Enthe week, at least. At the grave Miss Ruth Culbertson, of delegates came in by trains and Already scores of horses and other gineer Riffe said that there are 15 of Covington, sang "Beautiful Isle of others in automobiles, from the fine stock have arrived at the fair violations of this law charged against Somewhere." A largo number of churches making up the association. grounds and are being assigned to the local business men, who were refriends and relatives were present, The weather is fine, and a splendid the stalls, which are sufficient to ac- leased on their own recognizance. thus showing their love and esteem two days' session is expected. Business was started promptly on comodate several hundred head. The Messrs, Phillips & Phillips are for the young woman who had been Wagons loaded with thoroughbred hustling and progressive advertisers called from them at the very zenith time, and Dr. M. D. Early, who was Moderator last year was hogs are also going out to the in many ways and have their sierns of her usefulness. grounds. The concession men, with all over the country from which they Miss Hocker was the youngest of Col. E. H. Fox, of Danville, who has and other enter- draw trade and say that this is the the children of Mr. and Mrs. J. Wes- been Secretary of this association also on the grounds first time any objection has ever ley Hocker and her entire life had "since the memory of man runneth tainments are been made been spent in Hustonville, where she notto the contrary," was in his usual and. are putting up their tents ana business in to them exploiting their this wr.v. was a general favorite. Her father position. A large percentage of the attractions. Everything will be in ship shape died some four years ago, but her membership of the association anmother, Mrs. Josie Hocker, a sister, swered present when he called the style by the time the bell taDs for he Scalded To Death Miss Lou Hocker, and three brothers, roll of the churches. Moderator Early opening ring about 9:30 Wednesday Danville band will vv. JJ., Harry and June H. .Hocker. called for the reading of letters as morning. The are left to feel keenly the loss of I the first formal business. The attend arrive early and give a concert down Boiler Blew Up Near Holdam's Mill child and sister. That they may be ance was so large mat many cnairs town before going to the fair And Man Lost Life. given consolation and strength to from the Sunday chool room had to grounds. withstand their irreparable loss is the be brought into the main auditor- That the biggest crowds that were Joseph L. Smith, 70 years old, prayer of their friends here and else- ium and the doors of the annex were ever known at a fair in this part of thrown open to accomodate the big be here seems to be died Saturday, near Crab Orchard, where. the state will Miss Hocker joined the Christian crowd. assured. Never has a country fair from the effects of being scalded. He The churches which are representchurch when a mere girl and had been advertisd or talked of as has was working at a saw mill operated Wren in been a regular attendant at its ser- ed in the association are as follows: the coming Stanford Fair. The K. by Alex and while the Holdam's Mill filling the boiler vices since. She was a splendid Stanford, Beech Fork, at Gravel P. boosters have been busy every section worker in the Master's vineyard, tak- Switch; Beech Grove at Brumfield; minute of the time, and nothing will it exploded. He lived about twenty-fou- r hours after the accident occur-eing a prominent part in all church Benton at Rose Hill; Bruner's Chap be left undone to make it a winner He is survived by a wife and work. She will be missed bv her co- - el at Harrodsburg; Burgin at Burgin; and something worth seeing every several sons, who live in the Bee laborers and by the people of her Clem's Chapel at Parksville; Cor- day. town, who have watched her grow nishville; Danville; Doctor's Fork at Some of the most experienced live Lick section of Lincoln county. "'""em; uwy v.ieuh. umust-- am; in their various lines, in trom childhood to womanhood, and stock men Forks Dix River, at Marksburv: during who have seen naught but good in CHAS. R. M. M'DOWELL DIES the state will act as judges her life, but the blow falls heaviest Friendship near Moreland; Harrodsthe three days' show. Messrs. John friends were shockon the aged mother and the sister burg; Hustonville; Junction City; Dolan, of Lexington and Sam Mack-i- ed His many to learn herethe death at Monday of and brothers who adored her. In Lancaster; Maple Grove near ParksLebanon, are the horse judges; Kansas City, Mo., where he had been of their fearful loss they have the un- ville; Mt. Freman, Junction City; Mt. Mr. Mackin will also judge the mule on a visit for a couple of weeks of divided and unbounded sympathy of Hebron near Bryaatsville; Mt. Mo-riCol. A. D. Leavell, of Garrard Judge Charles McDowell, rinsrs: of Danville. near Burgin; North Rolling W. as true and loyal friends and loved will judge the beef cattle rings; N. Fork near Gravel Switch; Perryville; ones as ever mortals had. Webb, of Louisville, will judge Mrs. McDowell is a sister, of J.McH. Saunders, Judge Pleasant Hill near Gravel Switch; the hog rings, other than Red Berk- Dowell was of Stanford. years of age. WE PROGRESSIVES about Salt River near Harrodsburg; Salem Brown Buford will judge the had been active sixty shire; GOOD WOMAN GONE in the politics of near Harrodsburg; Shawnee Run (New York World) poultry show. All are high class Kentucky for many years and one of Mrs. Nannie P. Adams, widow of near Burgin. gentleman, and will undoubtedly the leaders of the Democratic party M. Hutton died Editor M.. give entire satisfaction. Will Sue Stockholders Wonderful Escape Pennington Gets Place j the late Gerley Adams, Creek at her Ballard, ofD.Mercer countyand G.here home on upper Cedar were Satur ring awards and other items in Boyle county for a quarter ofat-a The century, for many years day, aged 68 years. She was pre- Tuesday advertising the big sale of of interest at the fair grounds will be torney forlie was & N. railroad com- Rural Credits Receiver Says He'll Stanford Girl Pinioned Under Auto the L. each day in the Daily In- pany and was appointed Local Man Chosen Secretary of State ceded to the Great Beyond by her a splendid Mercer county farm which chronicled by Attorney husband in 1S94. and is survived by the latter will hold on August 29 th. Go Into Courts to Collect. When It Turned Turtle. terior Journal, which will be publish- General Garnett as attorney for the Election Commission. one daughter, Mrs. J. G. Hayes, of See his big advertisement with full under the auspices of the Wo- Insurance Rating Board, following ed West Virginia. Mrs. Adams was a description of the farm etc in anothSteps to collect the moneys due (From Mt. Vernon Signal) man's Club of Stanford. Hundreds the enactment of the Zorn law Dr. T. W. Pennington, of Stanford member of the Ephesus Baptist er column. for the Kentucky Rural Credit Associaconies of the naner will be dis foir years ago. He of Mr. Charley Thompson, of Lancason Saturday candi Messengers who registered before.. church, and was woman tributed free of charge on the fair date tor the Eighth was algo collect-orshi- tion for unpaid stock subscriptions ter, and Miss Pattie Perkins, of Stan- wasthe State Board elected Secretary WPnt: nHrtnf rlmncra Godly Pnnarfll who -- r of of Election Com- .. 'j3R cor. noonware: district . . rrrrt were taken at Lexington Saturday grounds each day. Get a copy and against John W. Hughes. He by Receiver R. J. Colbert, when he ford, certainly had. a thrilling ex- missioners. The position pays $200 a vices werejcqnajifijeu ttwaieEnome .JElIuJ5ox,--:Danvil!er-r Wilson;- - -ring. see what's doing 'round the is survived by his wife and three began the mailing of circular letters perience lastr Sunfrcty, when the car year and the duties do 710 1 interferer Sunday afternoon at four o'clock by Moreland; Mrs. Wilson, Moreland; B. sons.. The body-w-ill with his dental work here, his pre- Mr. J. C. McClary, of this city. be brought to to all delinquent subscribers, calling C. Smith, Harrodsburg; J. M. Hcdger, Danville for burial and the funeral their attention to the court's order they were driving leaped over the sence being necessary in Frankfort E. A. Boatman, Dennis Simpson, W. will be held in that city the latter to collect all such moneys. Reid, all of Cornishville ; V. FreeAbout culvert, on the East side of town, only upon the convening of the State CHRIS ADAMS PASSES AWAY part of this week. man and Lynn Bruce, Danville; G. P. 3,000 stockholders all over the state which is a ten to fifteen feet em- Election Board two. or three times a Chris Adams, aged 4G years, died Bruner, Harrodsburg; S. J. Bryant, Of Bluegrass farm of 354 acres are affected. All unpaid installments bankment. Miss Perkins was driving year. Hon Rodman Keenon, Clerk of the Court of Appeals and chair- at his home in the Cedar Creek neigh- and Mrs. S. J. Bryant, Danville ; J. T. farming implements. Havstock and LINCOLN BOY DIES IN WEST must be paid in full or the subscriber the car and coming down the hill, last Friday. He was a well ing made arrangements to change will be made adin but man of the Election Board, is a borhood, farmer of that "community Wilson, G. G. Vernon, Jas, Bruner, it L. T. Smith, of Rowland, received ministration suit to be filed an the yet seems that she lost control, very brother-in-laof Dr. Pennington, and known Lawson Watts and Miss H. Curd, all and to quit farming, I my business in she does not remember a telegram from East Las Vegas, N. Fayette Circuit Court to collect the and all who knew vote, together will, on point his B. McGregor, with that of Hon. him. was esteemed by were conduct- of Harrodsburg; Wm. Bailey, Sr.f much about it, and at the M., late last week telling the sad moneys due. Funeral services were cast for Dr. Benton ; E. Dennie, Benton ; C.S. McTUESDAY, AUG. 29, 1916, the letter Receiver Mr. Thomp- T. news of the death of his son, Joe Colbert notifiesInthe subscribers that when the car went over, grabbed ed Saturday by Rev. Livingston M. sharp, sell to the highest Smith, the Pennington, while Mrs. J. H. Stuart, at Ephesus church. J. G. Adams had Dowell, Shawnee River; Geo. Brum-met- t, son remembers that he at 10 A. Mr. which occured there suddenof Frankfort, the former Shawnee River; Mr. and Mrs. bidder, the following tract of land ly. The young man was only 31 an expert accountant, J. C. Mahon, wheel. The car leaped about ten feet received the vote of R. C. secretary been a member of the Christian Oldham, P. D. Cotlin, Burgin; Mr. and Mrs. is making a thorough examination of lighting upside down with both ocetc., at my farm where I years of age and stock and had of the board. Those church for a number of years and Covey, T. the now live on the Danville and Plea- west a couple of years, been in gone the books to determine whether any cupants pinioned under the car. Mr. the third memberof Dr. Pennington's was also a member of the Odd Fel- Lester, J. W. Will DivineW. Hocker, having W. R. White, and J. H. money has been wrongfully appro- P. Q. Griffin who witnessed the ac- who are aware 6 miles from Harrods-bursant Hill pike, there for his health. He had been priated by any officers or agents and cident, rushed to them splendid abilities and qualifications, lows' Lodge. Leonard, all of Harrodsburg; R. N. 3 miles from Pleasant Hill and flagging and, turned know on a railroad since being Gash, W. T. Vories and P. D. Colthat no one could have been 2 miles from Burgin, Ky. The farm there. Before leaving here, he had that if it appears from his report the car over, to his great surprise, secured for the place who is lier, all of Burgin; E. H. Divine and better county and such funds have been improperly yet great relief, found Miss Perkins Moreland. is one of the best in the worked on the L. & N. since he was that qualified to fill it. Dr. Pennington wife, Perryville; J. W. Mahan and has a new frame residence of eight a young man. He was a member of expended, "I will at once institute without injury or scratch of any will go to Frankfort Friday when Miss Jane Moser is on a sojourn wife, S. Dunbar, T. H. Athcy, J. A. rooms, with baserr.ent; has furnace; the Christian church, a Maccabee appropriate legal proceedings against kind and Mr. Thompson's only wound another meeting of the board will w to Waynesburg and other southern Dotson, Rev. C. T. Claunch, John was a severe cut on the leg caused be held all new built in 1915; a beautiful and Odd Fellow and a splendid young the parties responsible thereof." at which time the members part? of the county. and three ladies all of Marks-bur- y; of ev-eAbout $467,723 in installments by the glass from the wind shield. driveway to pike; outbuildings man in every way. wife of the county election boards will E. J. Bruner and two ladies, of n, Prof. Leslie Purdom, of Great kind, stock barn, two tobacco about five years ago, His he is died past due remains to be collected be ' Mr. Thompson was rushed to Dr. be named. sur- fore a settlement can be made by the Owens'-offibut Harrodsburg; F. W. Eberhardt, F. everlasting Mass.. with his pretty and ce where he was attended barns; good fencing and vived by a little daughter who is beAt the convening West, and of water. A good cistern at back door, ing raised by her grandmother at receiver, lhe courts opinion is that by Drs. Owens and Pennington, and , Saturday, certificates of the board on accomplished bride of that city is Rev. A. J. John French, D. Danville; Clere, Sam of election were visiting his parents, near town. He Cochran, fine spring near dwelling, and stock Corbin. His remains will be taken it will be necessary to collect all the is now out on crutches with a very given to the a various congressional has been made a professor in Har-war- d Lancaster, P. B. Leonard and wife, balance due in order to place all the sore but not at all dangerous wound. from every field. there for interment besides those can get twater of stockholders on the same footing. It was certainly a close call and one nominees, chosen at the recent priCollege for the new year. Mr. Rev. Smith; Mr. Watts, Mr. Graves, There arc two splendid tenant houses his wife, it having been one of his The amount to be paid subscribers that very few would want to exper- mary. Judge Flem Sampson was al- Purdom is a young man who is an J. W. Edwards, J. H. Pennington, G. The land fronts on pike requests. A great many on the farm. given the certificate of friend and ience. The car was damaged some, so the republican appellatenomination honor to his country and we predict W. Stevens, Parksville, W. N. Grove, and about 200 acres perfectly level. loved ones sympathize wtih his. par- has not yet been determined. in Mt. race and acres of liemp and to- ents here in the less of their son. but with little work was in condition Judge A. J. Kirk, whom Sampson over for him a prosperous and happy fu- wife,Hebron; Rev. H. M. ShauseMary There are 200 deMrs. John Chestnut, Miss helpsold to be driven thru to Lancaster the feated by 859 votes. Following is- ture with the aid of his gifted bacco land. This farm will be PORCH PICNIC Shelton, Mrs. Meredith, Mrs. Hudson mate. next day. in three different tracts, and then as suance of a certificate to Judge Miss Effie Drake, Mrs. Frank West, MATTHEW FENZEL GOES UP On Tuesday evening, Miss Ama Miss Lelia Bell Jones leaves this a whole. Sampson attorneys for Judge A. J. week for Winchester to spend two Danville; J. M. Guthrie, J. W. Spar1st TRACT 110 ACRES With Matthew Fenzel who has been tele- Barker, of Hustonville, gave a most Kirk, who opposed Judge Sampson weeks with relatives. row and wife, J. M. Gray and sister, William Walton main dwelling and tobacco and stock graphing out of Stanford for several enjoyable social affair in the form of for the republican nomination for a Mrs. Hendricks, of Lebanon Junc- George M. Harmon, Perryville; Geo. tenant house. years, has just received notice of a a porch party, at .the home of the one barn and place on the appellate bench, said tion arrived Sunday to stay several Ellis and wife, Brumfield; A. S. This fronts the pike and lies south of splendid promotion which he is about Misses Weddle, on Danville Street,y in honor of the last mentioned house-part- Oldest. Son of Col. Walton Injured Judge Kirk would carry his fight to days with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jones, J. A. Bromley Mitchellsburg; driveway. to receive, and which will be cause H. C. Bottom and wife, Junction City the .courts on the ground that failure T. Timberlake. guests, Misses Addie McAlis-te- r, 2nd TRACT, 80 ACRES 70 acres of pleasure to his many friends here When Auto Took A Header. on the part of Judge Sampson to file Miss Nellie Lachry and sister and A. Holderman and wife, W. E. Coyle, of Lexington, Elizabeth Stagg, floor,, facing pike, without who have watched his faithfulness level as a his statement of expenses in time their mother, Mrs. Orvin are the Willis Harmon and wife; W. K. Harany improvement;, but plenty of fine and hard work in the service of the of Stanford and Malinda 'Nave, of guests of Mr. and Mrs. William Sin- mon and wife, Brumfield; John A dispatch from Lexington to the disqualifies him. Several splendid L. & N. railroad for a number of Harrodsburg. The hostess provided water. running Burge, Mrs. Christopher, Junction gleton. a Monday had the followand had planned to take city papers building sites. years. Young Fenzel will be apLATEST WAR NEWS Misses Lottie and Eva and Mr. J. City; John Harmon and wfie, Alice-to- n; TRACT, 164 ACRES With a pointed copyist to the first "trick" lunch at Peyton's" well, but, on ac- ing interest here,' the young man be3rd Henry three-rootenant house and plenty dispatcher at Louisville, over the count of the threatening storm, auto- ing a nephew of E. C. Walton, of - Two British light cruisers, the Not- Merriman motored to Lawrenceburg Brumfield; Holderman and wife, of W. C. Hundley, Gravel This tract of land will Lebanon division, it is said. This mobiles were provided for the oc- this city, and the oldest son of Col. tingham and Falmouth, were sunk and attended the fair last wek. of water. in which the party went to W. P. Walton, who was editor of the Saturday in the North Sea by Ger"The Six Cousin Party," as it may Switch; T. D. Harris, J. M. Coyle, of tobacco. It position it is generally understood casion, bring fine hemp and Brumfield; W. M. Warren, Mitchellscalled fronts within 300 yards of good pike, fits the holder for the duties of a the spacious porch, where all kinds I. J. for about 25 years: Lexington, man submarines while the vessels well be given was the brilliant re burg; Leslie Smith, Salt River; Jno. by Miss Minnell Elizalane. It lies train dispatcher, and those who know of delightful eatables, both in the Ky., Aug. 20. William Walton, son were searching for the German high ception also fronts on good dirt Loye,, Miss Bessie Phillips, Benton. directiy east of the other tracts and Fenzel's abilities and energy, do not form of substantiate and dainties, of Col. W. P. Walton, who is in seas fleet, according to an official beth Pruitt at her spacious new home M. D. Cocanougher, E. Chambers of " without in- doubt but that in a short time he will were served. Every member of the charge of the publicity work of the announcement issued by the Admir- on Main street, last Thursday eve- MitchellsbuTg; this division can be made John terfering with the other, all parts be- be holding down a dispatcher's posi- party did full justice to the splen- Democratic State campaign, was bad- alty. One German submarine was ning. The guests of honor were six Roberts, Mrs. Rigdon,Chambers, Miss Mitchellsburg, didly prepared lunch. Those invit- ly injured this afternoon when he destroyed by the British, while anoth- cousins of Miss Pruitt, namely water. ing well supplied with tion. Misses Phillips, of Knoxville, Tenn., D. Penn and wife, Gravel Switch; ed were: Miss Malinda Nave and was thrown from an automobile, er was rammed and possibly sunk. CATTLE 30 head heifers; 2o Mrs. Minor, Miss Mary S. White-hous- e, Mr. Roger Hicks, Miss Elizabeth which overturned near Versailles long yearling steers; 10 short yearThe offensive in the Saloniki front Mr. Pruitt, of Oklahoma, Miss ElizaCOW ATTACKED CHILD Miss Annie Spears, Aliccton, Stagg and Mr. Reid Conway, Miss while rounding a sharp curve. His is developing in intensity on the 150-mi- beth Cox, of Bowling Green, Miss ling heifers, all red; 3 good milk Nannie Lunsford. the sevMary McAlister, of Lexington, Miss Mr. Johnson, Mr. Croswell, of DanBlanch Barnett and Mr. John Hicks, back was injured and he was thought cows, will calve in September; daughter of J. W. Lunsford, was Miss Addie McAlister and Mr Geo. at first to be internally hurt, but late Lake battle line from Lake Presha to Elizabeth Webb, of Perryville, all of ville ; G. W. Thompson, Ed Grant and eral head of suckling calves. Doiran. Minor advances are whom are the guests of the popular wife, of Garrard; Harrison Lee, J. I head painfully hurt by a cow the other Barnette, Miss Lyda Weddle and Mr. the attending physician at claimed by MULES AND HORSES day and but for the timely appear- Val Rose, Miss Nancy Weddle and the Woodford Hospital sair his condi- detachments both sides. Bulgarian young lady. The home is an ideal E. Shearer and wife, of Lancaster; of extra good work mules; 3 head of ance on have advanced the scene of Mrs. Thomas Mr. Hamon Barker.v Miss Ama Bark- tion was hot serious. Col. Walton the Greek seaport of Kalvala. toward place in which to entertain and the Mrs. S. F. Hardy, Mrs. S. K. Jackhorses. son, Mrs. McCombs, Mrs. Mays, Mrs. Plummer, might have been killed. er and Mr. Alger Weddle. and Mrs. Walton went to Versailles FARMING IMPLEMENTS WagOn the western front the French hostess did Everything toward the Dunigan, Mrs. J. E. Farris, of DanThe maddened cow attacked the child enjoyment of her guests. At the apmowimmediately after the accident. In continue to press forward in neighons, plows, harrows, binders, the guests were ushered ville. t, ers, wagon and buggy harness, one and was using her horns on her with SPECIAL FAIR WEEK PROGRAM the car were six others, Sarah borhood of Guillemont, and Paris pointed time dining out to the room and were arti- fury, when Mrs. Plummer saw her who was driving; Lillian Jul- reports the capture of a strongly-fortifie- d good buggy and numerous other AT THE OPERA HOUSE and ran to her rescue. She had to TONIGHT gracefully served with ices and cakes BARGAINS IN SMALL FARMS ian, Ann Patterson, Robert Jewell, cles. wood between that town and by "The Tongues of Men" The music Mrs. 40 acres, on pike, 2 2 miles from cash when use her dog to drive the brute away. TERMS With Constance Collier..Paramount Henry Kimbrough and Lieut. W. H. Maurepas. In the Verdun sector the evening Wilhoit.furnished by for the Little Nannie has a very sore arm WEDNESDAY was Misses Lancaster nearly all in grass. ImCureton, U. S. A., of Louisville. All Germans are fiercely counter attackdeed is made and balance in four "Armstrong's Wife" piano toPhillips and payments, bearing 6 per cent inter- and is bruised about the body and Featuring Edna Goodrich Jesse were thrown out of the car and it ing in an effort to regain Fleury, gether with Fields, on the fashioned provements. pike", face as the result of the cow's anger. a regular old 35 acres on splendid location, was only by chance that they were the loss of which they concede. The est with lien on land for deferred L. Lasky. Mrs. S. C. VanArsdale, of Spring- THURSDAY banjo picker in the yard, was payments. Seeding privileges given "Mice and Men," with not thrown under it. Slight bruises counter attacks and the capture of thoroughly enjoyed by all which pre- good land, improvements. this those 25 acres on good pike, level land, at seeding time and full possession field, will arrive Hughweek to visit her Marguerite Clark (Stanford's fav- only were suffered by them. The British report the repulse of German Noe. ' on January 1, 1917. All personal daughter, Mrs. automobile was badly damaged. German counter attacks and the sent. Those who were favored with good orchard. Improvements. orite) Paramount Robert Sarvis, of Cincinnati, was FRIDAY "The Girl Miss Pruitt, were; hospitality 10 acres unimprovea, level land property will be sold on four months and The Game" Members of the party say that when capture of a portion of trenches the McKee, of of Georgia, Miss Homer on pike well located. Miss on all sums of the guest Sunday of Miss Gertrude time, without interest, No. 6 "Helen's Wild Ride" Signal Miss Chenault swerved to avoid north of Brazentin-le-Peti- t. x another car the machine skidded. $10 and .over; all under that, cash. Wilkinson. 2 reel Keystone Comedy The Russians are apparently cen- of Maryville, Tenn., Miss Larne For prices and further particulars Sandidge, Mary Ella and Kate Hen-sopleasure in showing the I will take tering their efforts on the drive address Swinebroad, The Real Estate Nunnelley, Mabel Clara Cure for Cholera Morbus. farm to anyone who may be a prosJust the Thing for Diarrhoea. Kovel. Berlin admits that Gen. The Best Laxative. Virginia Dinwiddie, Misses Man, Lancaster, Ky. pective buyer before day of sale. "When our little boy, seven years "About two years ago I had a severe Brussiloff's troops have pushed on Ruth and Grace Fields and Miss Lena To keep the bowels regular the There will be about 100 acres for old, was a baby he was cured of cholera attack of diarrhoea which beyond the river and captured a lasted for best is Messrs. Robert Nunnelley, Liver Trouble wheat this fall and about 175 acres morbus by Chamberlain's Colic, over a week," writes W. C. Jones, Dring laxative glass outdoor exercise. series of heights on the road to Ko- Purdom. Moser, Ben and Willie Lee a full of water half an Walter "I am bothered with liver trouble for hemp, corn and tobacco next Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy," Buford, N. D. "I became so weak hour before breakfast and eat an vel. Fierce fighting continues on the Pruitt, Chas. Singleton, Will Burkett, j about twice a year," writes Joe Ding-ma- n, year (1917). This farm is not over writes Mrs. Sidney Simmons, Fair that I could not stand upright. A abundance of fruit and vegetables, crest of the Carpathians, where the xveiui auu luarsniiu .cmis, xiugn Webster City, Iowa. mile from Graded School Haven, N. Y. "Since then other druggist Russians are fighting within sight of recommended ChamberTunney, Roger and John pains in my side and back "I have and church and one of the best of members of my family have used lain's Colis, Cholera and Diarrhoea also establish a regular habit and be the Hungarian plains. and an Hicks, George Dinwiddie, Earle Bell, awful soreness in my stomach. I neighborhoods in the state and in the this valuable medicine for. colic and Remedy. The first dose relieved me sure that your bowels move once a day. When a medicine is needed George and Milliard Hubbard, Chas. heard of Chamberlain's Tablets ahdj bet farmingwjjart of Mercer county. bowel troubles ,with good satisfac- as well as ever." Many druggists take Chamberlain's I. L. tried them. By the time I had used Write me orcall up, phone No. 288-- R tion and I gladly endorse it as a recommend tfiis remedy because they are pleasant to take Tablets. They county, Warriner & Son, of Clinton Dunn and Marion Fields. qontrol have and mild and Master Henry Edward Pruitt and half ai bottle of thera I wa3 feeling John I. Van Arsdale, Auctioneer. remedy of exceptional merit." Ob- know that it is reliable. Obtainable gentle' in effect. Obtainable every- famous Seven obtainedHotel, at of the Mrs. Gables Thos. Johnson appear with the fine and had no signs of pain." ObG. M. BALLARD, Harrodsburg, RJ. 1 tainable everywhere. everywhere. ; t.j where. names of the sick this week. tainable "everywiere. 'Zr$i jbl$. X . fcs s. 1 I I ee 2-- re-elect- merry-go-roun- ds d. n, ah p, -- ..v... ,, -- t - K-- t -- . w g, Hol-tzcla- rv Bar-ringto- Hurt five-roo- m hay-wag- on m le eight-year-o- ld to-nig- ht .. Che-naul- One-four- th 1-- n, to-wo- rd Mc-Clu- re, one-four- th oan-didge,vL- ee ' .Jiiif v iThe Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky: Tuesday, August 22, 1916 Bank v v a. . Jf m. , .j,.. ? j3fiB rim j k 'nam. .mmmb' The readers of this paper will be pleased l learn that there is at feast one dreaded disease S. M. SATJFLEY .Editor and Proprietor that science has been able to cure in all its stapes, and that is Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure Js the only positive cure now known to the medPaper Stops When ical fraternity. Catarrh being a constitutional $1.00 a Year in Advance, disease, requires a constitutional treatment. wmcn it is i'aia, expires. Time ior Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken internally, acting upon the blood and mucous surfaces of directly Entered at the Postoffiee at Stanford, Ky., as the system, thereby destroying the foundation Second Clats ! nf the disease, and giving the patient strength by building up the constitution and assisting nature in doing its wort. The proprietors hava eo much faith in Its curative powers that they offer One Hundred Dollars for any case that It fails to cure. Send for list of testimonials. Address F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, 0. Sold by all Druggists, 75c. Tate Hall's Family Pills for constipation The Interior Journal $100 Reward, $100 c LAST NOTICE! Summer Clothes At Your Own Price An opportunity to drsss well and be comfortable at very little cost. 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. Democratic Ticket ACORRECTION READ THIS MEMBER FEDEM RESERVE 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. Put YOUR MONEY in OUR BANK. We pay 3 per cent, interest. logue, there is a mistake. It should read as follows. "A horse that has For President Woodrow Wilson. never been shown on a track or drivFor V. Pres. T. E. Llarshall. en by a professional." This will adFor Congress Harvey Helm. mit to competition the horses that started in that ring last year. The same rule applies to ring No. 68. Leading Progressives all over the nation from Heney in the West to CHANT LAIR DEAD Hale and Colby in the iuast are volunteering to assist in the reelection Chant Lair, a prominent citizen of These last Rockcastle, died Monday of tubercunf Prpsiripnt Wilson. two are out in interviews in the daily losis, aged 55, and was buried Tuespapers explaining their reasons lor day afternoon at Oak Hill, that supporting Wilson against Hughes. county. Besides his widow he leaves Matthew Hale, who is the acting several shildren. Funeral services chairman of the Progressive Nation- were held at the church by his pasal Committee, will endeavor to re- tor, Rev. A. J. Pike. elect President Wilson. He takes In the green roadster ring at the fair Wednesday, No. 46 in the cata- The Lincoln County National Bank Stanford, Kentucky this stand, he asserted, because more progressive legislation has been put into effect by Mr. Wilson than by any other President. Bainbridge Colby, who nominated Theodore Roosevelt for the Presidency at the Progress ive National Convention at Chicago, declared himself in favor of the re- Mr. election of President Wilson. Colby states that the opposition to -proceeds the President's unregenerate Republicanfrom an ism," of which Charles E. Hughes is the "decoy and retriever." If Mr. Hughes were elected, Mr. Colby added "the Old Guard" would "rope and tie him as they did when he was governor in Albany reducing him to plaintive futility." on CENT -A- -WORD ADS (Ads here are 1 cent a nrord each issue, cash with order; no ad less than 25c each issue.) FOR SALE 2 Ford cars, at my Garage. D. Ballcu, Stanford. 66 2 FOR SALE 25 ewes and a good buck. Walter McKinney, Mt. Salem, 65 4. Ky. FOR SALE Three thoroughbred Jersey heifers, Mrs. Bud Holderman, 64 4. Stanford. FOR SALE High grade old Poll Angus bull calf. 66 seven-month's W. Baughman, Stanford. J. tf. McRoberts & Bailey Eubank 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. "Corner Next To Court House." County the caGUAR- - Notice the I. J.'s cartoon on the first nncp. Tt derjicts verv pertinent ly the bunch which Charles E. Hughes is "in bed" with and at the same time endeavoring to make the Pro gressives believe tnat ne is oi tneir stripe also. Will the real Progressiva hp fooled into votiner for the man who is allied with the very ele ments which they founded their party to forever oppose; we wot not. BOWEN Mr. Robert Fox, who has had a vacation from his work for a month or more has gone to work at the Danville yards. Mrs. Clarence Singleton and little son, William Earl, of Moreland, are visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Crit White, this week. The pie supper at Moore's school liniisp last. Saturdav nierht was fine. There was a large crowd and the pies brought a good price, tne ioku amount being $11.35. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Statum and FOR SALE My residence on East Main street. Apply to E. L. Rein-har- t. 66 tf Doolin left Tuesday TIRING Have your to Mrs. Martha Herman Doolin, at RUBBER visit her son, Rubber; Tires put on before fair Ohio. time. $10 to ?14. E. T. Pence, New Philadelphia, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Daily left 63 tf. Jr., Stanford. to visit their son, R. O. Daily, at LADIES Be sure and look at my Unionport, Ohio. Aaron Acton, of Estcsburg, was Hats before you buy. You will want cne for the fair. Miss Ella May here the guest of his son, Dr. J. B. e, A. L. Wilder and family, of I am prepared to were the guests of Dr. and vaccinate for anthrax, black leg and Mrs. T. J. Acton. all other stock diseases. John Cook, Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Cullip, of 4p. Gibson City, 111., are here visiting 65 Stanford. relatives. IF you want the right Corset, try Master Smith Hays is with his the Spencer. It is really a custom- - grand-parenin Louisville for a few made corset, and we will guarantee weeks visit. a fit. Miss Ella May Saunders. 2 The series of revival meetings at the Christian church conducted by FOR SALE No. 40 Ross ensilage Elder McBride, of Indiana, (who is cutter, 30 foot pipe, assisted by Elders May, Neal and er gasoline engine on trucks. Albert Gooch), continued for a few days of bchuler, Waynesburg, Ky., K. D. 1, last week with good interest mani65-4- p fested. Five additions to the church to date: four by baptism and one by GOOD Farming implements and letter are the visible results. tools for sale at less than wholesale I. E. Payne and family accompan prices. Also good hay cheap. See ied by Miss Pearl Reynolds and Miss me and save money. Jos. Ballou. Alice Singleton) were at Middleburg 65 It. Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Estes, of Stearns FOR RENT 280 acre farm for are here visiting relatives and sevthe year 1917. 200 acre grass mea- eral friends. dow, balance for cultivation. Apply .Mr. and Mrs. Rufus Carter, of Into Swinebroad, the Real Estate Man, dianapolis are here visiting relatives. 66 2 Lancaster, Ky. Dr. J. W. Acton returned Sunday from a business trip to Ellisburg. FURNITURE, Mattings, Druggets, J. J. Adams, of Somerset, was here Rugs, Wall Paper, Lace Curtains, visiting relatives. Window Shades, Trunks, Suit Cases. Pictures and Mouldings. W. A. TriaPUBLIC SALE ble, Stanford. 42tf Wil-mor- METAL SHINGLES 7pAerooto start ivJthT leauHfuL NEVER NEEDREPAU& 3 rv. ii--c- Saunders. 65-- 2 Acton. VACCINATE TlieyIast a lifetime? neverJeak, are stormproof Lincoln ts 5-- m r V o aTT" Stanford, Ky., eight-horse-po- w- 8-5-1- 916 To the Public: Having lost my barn by lightning, and being insured in the Insurance Co., of North America, Jesse D. Wearen, the Insuance Man, of Stanford, Ky., being their agent, it is with pleasure that I recommend the above named Company and the Agent to the insuring public for their courteous treatment and liberal and prompt payment of the above loss. Yours very truly, Jesse D. Wearen, Agent. T. D. Raney, Solicitor M. J. HOFFMAN children have been attending the fair and visiting friends and relatives at Liberty last week. Mr. Collins Moore and Stewart Sandidge attended the Liberty fair the past week. Mr. and Mrs. Bud Vaught spent the day Sunday with his brother, Mr. John Vaugh and family. WILL STONE, Stanford, Ky. Highland Mrs. Maggie McKenzie was overcome by heat while picking blackberries and very sick for a few days from the effects of it. Mr. and Mrs. Duncan's son and daughter, of Ohio have been visiting them for the past week. Miss May Johnson, of Cincinnati spent a pleasant week with her many rair lime! Now you are going to need A "KOOL" SUIT And we have them. Also a Serge, Grey, Tan I or Brown. CORN CUTTERS Stop and Look at Our One Horse, Two-RoCorn Gutter. w W. H. STANFORD, Corner Main and Depot Streets, HIGGINS KENTUCKY WAY up in the mountains of Western North Carolina are the beautiful and attractive resorts of Asheville, Black Mountain, Hendersonville, Brevard, Lake Toxaway, Saluda, Waynesville, (Lake Junaluska), Flat Rock, Hot Springs, and Tryon. Spend your vacation at one of these cool and delightful places or at Tate Spring, Tenn. Round trip Excursion tickets are on sale daily, good until October 31st, via Special denominational Missionary and Bible Conferences at Black Mountain, Ridge Crest and Waynesville, N. C. (Lake Junaluska.) SOUTHERN RAILWAY tte Swth Stop-over- s allowed at all points. Three special Low Fare Excursions will be run during the summer. Ask for details. For full information see Ticket Agent, Southern Railway, or write B. H. Todd, District Passenger Agent, Louisville, Kentucky. BRING YOUR JOB PRINTING TO THE I. J, of the Farmers' Telephone company will meet at the week. Rev. Long and wife, Sam Baugh schoolhouse at Highland next Saturand wife spent Sunday wSth Mr. day, Aug. 26th, for the purpose of electing new officers. C. W. Lov-el- l, Mack Baugh. 66 2 President. Cora Young left Sunday for Cincinnati where she has a position. FOR SALE. My high class tourLittle Miss Bessie McKenzie, while walking thru the cemetery Sunday ing car; has been run 9,000 miles; This car got her foot mashed and cut very is in perfect condition. badly by a heavy tombstone falling eliminates all troubles but tire wear, over on it. She was taken to a doc- on the road. The price will surprise tor at once who said that no bones you, if you" want a car that will alwere broken but it is a very painful ways come back. Chas. Wheeler, 59-- 8 Hustonville, Ky. bruise. Noah Terry from Stanford visited FARM FOR RENT 142 acres of his cousin, Miss Lucille Young on fine land for 1917: this is one of the Sunday. Miss Lillie Lewis is at Mr. J. T. best farms in Lincoln county; about Rigney's, at Stanford for a short four miles from Stanford, on the Hustonville pike. Anyone interested stay. Mr. W. B. Tucker, wife and chil- will please see me in Stanford Mon dren, of Somerset spent a few days day, August 28th or B. D. Carter, at with Mrs. Tucker's sister, Mrs. C. M. St. Asaph Hotel. C. L. Carter. 66-- 3 Young NOTICE All persons indebted to Mr. Ben Chestnut, wife and baby, of Somerset visited his mother, Mrs. the estate of Clark Jordan are reRilla Chestnut over Sunday, and also quested to settle at once with my Mr. Jake Meir and family, of Som- Attorney T. J. Hill, Jr. and those erset visited his parents here. They having claims against his estate are all motored thru in Mr. Meir's car. requested to present same properly Ed Young has moved again, this verified to him for payment. This time in with his father, Mr. Noah August 17th, 1916. George Sturgeon, Exor. 65 1. Young. Less Reid has gone to work on the NOTICE The firm of Masters & railroad. Bowyers, formerly of McKinney, has Mrs. Corbet Young and baby visi- dissolved partnership. parties ted Mr. Rich Young's family, near owing the above firm, All please will Hanging Fork, for over Sunday. make arrangements to settle. All acRev. Stansfill filled his regular ap- counts not paid by Sept. 1st will be pointment here Sunday. placed in the hands of our attorney Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Hatfield were for collection if satisfactory ar welcome visitors at C. M. Young's. rangements are not made. Masters Several of the young folks are at- & Bowyer, by G. H. Masters, 65 1. tending meeting at Saufley this week. FOR SALE privately, the S. E. H. 0. Young is conducting sing- Owsley farm of 220 acres; large ing at the church now for the benecolonial brick residence, celfit of all who will come and take an lar, cistern, two barns, smoke house, interest in the exercises. tenant house, and other buildings; School is progressing nicely under situated in heart of the Blue Grass the instruction of Mr. Greer. All of section; rich limestone soil in excelthe children speak in the highest lent state of cultivation; in Lincoln terms of their teacher. The attend- county, near towns of Danville. Lanance is around 65 now and it is al- caster and Stanford, where there are most a miracle the wfcy he gets excellent churches and schools. Will around with thiB number. It is one be sold at a bargain. For particulars of the numerous problems that the address Mrs. W. K. Kice, southern 57-- tf county teacher has to solve. Hotel. Jackson, Tenn. King's NOTICE friends here. Master Jesse Baugh, only son of Hen Baugh was very sick this week with cholera morbus. Mrs. Mary Young is on the sick list this week. Mrs. Rhuban Young is not so well at present. Mrs. Ann Baugh has been visiting at Mrs. Green Young's for the past 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, R. D. 1, Moreland, Ky. 65 4p. Mountain The members 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 blemished. As I go to take charge of the Panamas, Straws and Leghorn Hats Oxfords of All Kinds White Duck Trousers for Outing Wear We are Headquarters for Fair Wants -- ry, Cattle Two milk cows, one a jersey and the other a Black a black spring steer calf; a jersey steer calf; a nice jersey heifer calf; a black yearling heifer; 14 yearling steers. Hogs If not sold before, I will sell 49 hogs that will average about 100 pounds; 4 brood sows bred to farrow this fall; and a young sow and four suckling pigs. Farming Implements, consisting of a 2 horse wagon; 2 sets of wagon harness; a buggy and 2 sets of buggy harness; a No. 11 Ohio cutting box, as good as new; a 2 horse gasoline engine, good as new; several sets of plow gears; 2 Brown riding cultivators; 2 turning plows; a 1 horse cultivator; a disc harrow; smoothng harrow; a wheat drill; a scraper and a lot of other farming tools. 150 chicken hens will be sold if not sold before; also about the same number of frying size chickens. 20 bushels of finehill onions, and some Irish Potatoes. 25 acres of corn, to be sold in the field; 300 bales of good No. 1 hay; 70 bales of straw in barn. An acre and a half of sugar cane. Household and Kitchen Furniture of all sorts, too numerous to mention. Sale will be held at my place 2 miles from Stanford at the Hamilton place on the Goshen pike. JOHN C. PEPPLES. CAPT. AM BOURNE, Auctioneer. Hol-stei- n; 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. T. D. Newland & Son, Opposite the Phone No. 168. Court-Hous- e, Stanford, Kentucky. We Will Save You Money on frigerators, Ice Cream Freezers, Coolers, Etc. ALSO LAWN MOWERSJAND GARDEN TOOLS. Re- "THE OLD RELIABLE" REMEDYFORMEN. AT YOUR DRUGGIST. GEORGE H. FARRIS. The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentuck7: Tuesday, August 22, 1916 ; K. OF P. Bank Account? If not, do you expect to go through ilfe without one? Improve your financial condition. Make money and save It. FAIR-Aug- ust 1 23, 24, 25 IV w"m t Liberal Premiums. Shady Grounds. Floral Hall. Poultry Exhibit. Rings For All Classes Stock. Alr UKLI.J A m.T'B-T''B- w Y. w Your are Cordially Invited to Come and Bring the Folks With You. E. C. Walton, Sec. S. T. Harris, Pres. SEVERE PUNISHMENT Hustonville Dr. Cornwell's address Sunday morning during the union exercises at the chautauqua tent was enjoyed Of Mrs. Ctappell, of Five Tears' by all who heard it. Everybody who could went to the Casey county fair last Thursday. Standing, Relieved by Cardui. Tobacco cutting has been started and an extra good crop is being harMt. Airy, N. C Mrs. Sarah M. Chap-pe- ll A. J. Adams and wife and Mrs. of lhis town, says: "I suffered foi Eb Kennedy and daughter, Miss Mary live years with womanly troubles, alsc D, spent Wednesday with Miss Black stomach troubles, and my punishmenl Givens, on the Stanford pike. was more than any one could tell. Specials For Fair Times vested. Deposit It In The First National Bank Of Stanford, Ky., Where ft will earn you interest and secure you a living, when you are old too infirm to work. Personal and Social Miss Tillie Goldstein, of Louisville has been the attractive guest of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Robinson and family. Mrs. R. E. Hughes and Mrs. Fred Neighbors, of Louisville, are geusts of Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Warner. Miss Martha H. Garret, of Richmond, has been the attractive guest of Miss Allie Russell Fish. Miss Elizabeth Wilkinson, of Bur-gi- n, Miss Mabel Wilkinson here. Mrs. S. D. Cochran, of Lancaster, was the guest of Mrs. W. S. Fish and family last week. Miss Olive Dean, of Warsaw and Miss Alma Spalding, of Lebanon, has been the attractive guest of have "TJeerT guests at Crab Orchard Springs. Mrs. P. E. Kemp, of Louisville, was here from Louisville with her brother, Dr. T. W. Pennington, for a short Mrs. J. M. Raines, of Lebanon, and Mrs. J. F. Mays, of Indianapolis, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Kincaid and family last week. visit J. L. Beasley went up to London Friday to advertise the fair. Mrs. E. B. Dcnham and children went to Williamsburg to visit friends and relatives. Mrs. G. Cleve Rose, of Lancaster, pent several days here with her mother, Mrs. Belle Perkins, and sister, Mrs. J. C. Eubanks. Tom Lackey, of Litchfield, 111., arrived Saturday to visit his sisters, Mrs. J. C. Bailey and Miss Ophelia Lackey and other relatives here. Misses Alice and Rose Alcorn, who have been here for a short time, have gone to Hustonville to make a visit to relatives and friends. Mrs. J. S. Owsley, who has been with her mother, at Franklin, Simpson county, for several weeks, returned late last week. Mike McCarty visited friends in Lexington last week, and returned accompanied by Albert Hukle, who will be his guest during the fair. His many friends were glad to see A. T. Traylor out for the first time in months Friday last. Mr. Traylor says that he is regaining his strength rapidly and just had to get out in time for the big fair this week. Bring All of Your j 1 Prescriptions to Us for the Best Attention J. WN IPrijC JMV J l- 'l7 W Wl -" Ml ji Greatest Care Lowest Prices our prescription department The purest drug's the greatest sKill and care in compounding them the honest adherence to every instruction are all absolutely necessary to give you exactly "what the doctor has directed Your life may be endangered by the slightest mistaKe. So go where you hnow your prescription will be handled in an absolutely scientific and proper manner. We give prompt attention to all prescriptions. L.Thus you do away with needless delay. We taKe exceptional pride in The Penny Drug Store E. R. COLEMAN, Proprietor Phone No. 2. Stanford, Ky. Chattanooga, Tenn., And Return, $6.90 From Junction City, Ky. , ROUND-TRIP Tickets on sale Sept. 14, 15, 16 and 17. Good returning prior to midnight Sept. 27, 1616. Stopovers allowed at all Agency Stations. For tickets, sleeping car reservations und complete information, apply to C. B. HARBERSON, Ticket Agent, Junction City, Ky. H. C. King, Passenger and Ticket Agent, Lexington, Ky. v eager listeners at the tent Monday afternoon and all came away much benefit by his oration. Dr. Crossfield of Transylvania Uni- versity sopke to a crowded tent at the j i chautauqua Saturday morning. Dr. McMullin, of the U. S. Depart-- 1 Salem Salem ment of Health delivered an address ' Writi to: Chattanooga Medicine Co., Ladies Monday morning. Advisory & & for Sttcia ChaKanocra. Tenn.. Dr. Cornwell's subject for the proInstructions on your case and book. "Homt Salem Salem Treatment for Women." in dam wrapper. N.C. 124 gram for Monday night was a very good one and he had a tent full of Capt, and Mrs. J. L. B. Coffey, of admirers. Miss Sallie Hawkins, of Corbin and Frankfort, are over for the week. Miss Lydia McKee, of Roswell, Ga., Mrs. Logan McCall and little Miss guests of Mrs. J. the Perkins were in Louisvile last week. are Blain attractive Weatherford. A. at Hotel Misses Cordier Heitz and Lula Al-li- s, A horse hitched to a buggy came of Louisville, are the guests for running in to Hustonville at breakthe summer of Mr. William Cordier. neck speed Tuesday from Moreland. FOR SALE. Mr. J. M. Lovell has gone to Shaf-te- r, Many tried to stop his fli?'rc but Pulaski county, to visit his he eluded them all and started in the if sold by Nov. 1st. FOR SALE 94 acres; FOR SALE 33 acres; di:ei-tioof Stanford but was stopdaughter, Mrs. S. C. Jones. frame residence; fencing FOR SALE Modern cottage; cottage; good baan; large orchard. ped by Paul Jesse, the blacksmith, Miss Vivian Tilley, of Cave Spring, new and buildings in good shape; new; 5 rooms, with bath complete 5 miles from court house; 20 Ga., is the attractive guest of Miss about a mile out of town. Not a 3 miles from Stanford on good at a bargain if sold at once; rents acres in cultivation and balance scratch was discovered on the animal Mary Elizabeth McKinney. pike. Price $60 an acre. Terms for $14 per month; 3 squares in timber; place well watered. damMr. C. W. Lovell is visitinir her nor was the buggy or harness right. from court house. Price $1,500, if sold by 1st of sister, Mrs. W. E. Davis, in Cincin- aged the least bit. and mother, of FOR SALE 190 acres; 2 miles FOR SALE Beautiful residence, September. Miss Minnie Wood nati. from Hustonville; 130 acres in 5 acres A- -l land; one mile from FOR SALE 53 acres; Mrs. Roberta Mills and daughter, Stanford attended the chautauqua. grass, balance in cultivation; court house. Price right. Easy house; good barn; all in grass; 1 J. W. Powell sold an aged work of Mt. Sterling are visiting Mrs. C. residence; bam 50x70; terms. miles from Stanford on turn2 mule to Grover Reid, of the Fork, H. Carter. pike. This is an A--l farm. Price large concrete silo; fencing all FOR SALE 236 acres; Dave Thomas is doing nicely. It for $15. He was on Jockey Row, at residence; 3 large barns; and terms right. new. Price $75 per acre. Terms concrete silo; place well watered. FOR SALE 58 acres; 2 is reported that his fever has begun Stanford last Manday. easy. daughter, Mrs. Dave Skinner and This land will grow anything you large barn; good orchto break. NO. 94 y Mrs. Frank West, of Danville, is Miss May, arrived home last Tues-aaFor Sale 112 acres; 4 2 miles put on it; will sell as a whole or ard; on turnpike; will make price from an extended visit to her expected today to be the guest of from Danville; on turnpike; 5 divide into two farms. Price $40 and terms on this that will interest you. Mrs. C. H. Cr.rter, on Logan avenue. husband and son in Virginia. They room cottage. Price $75 per acre per acre. Little Julian Wright, continues to had a most excellent time. Mrs. Geo. Gillock and children, of improve nicely after his operation appendicitis at the Danville hos- Newcastle, Ind., are here on a visit for Office 26 Lincoln Nat. Bank Bldg., to her father and mother, Mr. ard pital. W. J. C. Florence is able to be out, Mrs. M. H. Lair. Coppage staked all night at F. and is sitting up around the house, tho not completely himself again as Monticello last Monday in the interest of the sheep trade. Dr. E. J. Brown was up from Stanyet. week bound for Philadelphia via Bal- - j I. A. ("Daniel Boone'p Bowman, Harry D. Frye and family, of Washington and other east- of Rockcastle who was in Stanford ford yesterday to see W. M. Owens, Mrs. C. E. Wing, who has been timore, were the recent guests of his ern points where he will join his with some live stock court day was ford yesterday to see W. M. Owens, here for several weeks the guest of Mrs. T. J. Acton, has returned to father, A. M. Frye, of Riffetown. father, who holds a position with the stricken with heart trouble. His son with Dr. Chestnut. Mr. Owens is very Mrs. J. D. Eads, of Crestwood, is Simmon's Company there. Reid will Felix came down that afternoon and sick and has been unsconscious for her home at Upland, Cal. the guest of Mrs. J. W. Eads, on ihe probably enter the University of took him home. He is reported , the Burr merchant, in consulation Mrs. L. E. Carpenter and three days. Mt. Vernon Signal. Pennsylvania and study law for the of Philadelphia, have arrived Danville pike. Miss Anna May, the beautiful and next several years. He is a splendid to spend some time with her paraccomplished daughter of Sam May, voiinc man in everv sense of the ents, Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Menefee. Mr. and Mrs. Adam Pence are re- of the Rolling Fork and a Mr. Mur word and while we regret to see him ceiving congratulations upon the ar- phy were married on the 6th of Aug- leave hi3 future is very ongnt ior rival of a little daughter in their ust at the Aliceton Camp Meeting in him, indeed. the presence of a large congregation. home. Those who attended the Lexington Mrs. Homer Price, near Crab Or- Mr. Murphy can compliment himself fair from here Thursday were; Lew-e- ll chard, is down with an attack of ty- upon winning one of the most beauSteele, R. R. Anderson, Carrol phoid fever, and is being' treated by tiful and fairest young damsels in Reid Allen, Vernon Million, Hugh Greatly Reeuo Oxfords and Pumps the land. Dr. Jones. Sandidge and some others. They Mrs. E. D. Kennedy and daughter, ed Prices Now, and you will Mr. M. D. Elmore was laid un for Miss Mary D. Kennedy, of Stanford all report an excellent fair. several days with a badly skinned daughter, Mrs. need a Pair for foot, caused by coming in contact and Miss Nannie Kennedy, of Mont- guests Jessie Stagg and daughter, of the former's gomery, Ala., were the guests of with the sham corner of a box in the Fair friends and relatives here the first Miss Elizabeth, of Stanford, are the his store on Main street. Mrs. Will Riffe. Miss Stagg has been J. C. Reynolds was called to Mays-vill- e of the week. This was the first time confined to her ber since with illness. this week where his wife is ill during six years that Miss Nannie Mr. and Mrs. Will Neal and daughat the home of her parents, where has been here and her many friends ter, Mrs. George Bradly and Mrs. she has been visiting for a week or gave her a hearty welcome. J. Beecher Adams and daughter, Crit Riffe attended the Liberty fair so. Crab Orchard, Kentucky John H. Shanks went to New Castle of Danville passed thru here Wed- Thursday. McAlister, of Lexto his sister, nesday en route to the Libertv fair. last week for a visit Misses Addie Miss Ada McAlister and Miss Mrs. Kirby Bourne, and from there ington, Elizabeth Stagg, of Stanford, Noe, of Harrodsburg are the and Malinda Nave, of Harrodsburg to Louisville, to be with his wife miests of who is still ill of typhoid fever at a guests of the Misses Weddle this liam hppn tlr.o house-Tiait- v week. hospital there. fMiss Nancy Weddle during the chau R. M. Newland and J. C. Reynolds, tauqua. Judge T. B. Gordon and wife, Mr. Lee E. Cralle, wife and son, Lee E. of Stanford were here Wednesday. The Hustonville boys played baseT. L. Carpenter is in Newcastle Cralle, Jr., and Mr. T. B. Meals, of ball at Liberty Wednesday and were Louisville, who are sojourning at the Ind., on business. score of seven to P. W. Green, of Lexington was in defeated by the Crab Orchard Springs, attended serfour. vices at the Baptist church Sunday. town Wednesday evening for a short Mr. Val Rose, of the South is visiIt was the first visit to Stanford of while among friends and relatives ting his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Meals since they lived and is now at Elixir Springs. Guests at Elixir Springs who have Morse, here. here 20 years ago, when the division Misses Lucille Petree, of Ham-ma- n, was at Rowland and Mr. Meals was registered recently are Rev. F. M. Tenn., who has been a recent Grim and wife, H. E. Thacker, Rayan engineer. Springs and The Dixie Hook Club was most de- mond Thacker, Rufus Burford and guest at Crab OrchardCasey county AT Mr. Strawn, of Lawrenceburg; Miss Lena Reinsehson, of lightfully entertained last week by be Mrs. W. R. Todd, at the home of Florence Spragen, Miss Rhinerson, will arive here this week toBlain.the of Misses Mrs. C. Hays Foster, on West Main Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Carpenter, Mrs. attractive guests R. P. Anedrson, of Mr. and Mrs. street. A, salad course and sherbet John Riffe, Mr. Edd Harper, of Husare spending the made delicious refreshments. In ad- tonville; Mr. Morris, of Frankfort; Pineville daughtershrd 1 d dwd month rafa dition to the club member the guests B. C. Sandidge, of Moreland; Mrs. wit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. fAllen J. T. Noe and children, of Nicholas-vill- e with her were Miss Banks, of Dallas, Texas, ; Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Champ and near here and are visiting relatives Miss Lottie Carson, Miss Lucile G. children, of Lancaster"; Mr. and Mrs. in Louisville at present. Cooper, Mrs. Harry Carter, Mrs. Miss Minnelle Pruitt has as her IS PREPARED TO G. Perry. Mrs. Carl Carter, Mrs. Lee J. O. Crowder, Miss Frances Knox Knoy-vil- le Sa,ufley, Mrs. J. and Mrs. Banzhof, of Danville; Miss guest, the Misses Phillips, of Rupley, Mrs. S. M. and Mr. Pruitt, son of Mr. Claud Mary Caldwell, of Ladogo, Ind.; Mr. B. Foster. hostess and Mrs. Lee Hance and daughter, Pruitt, all cousins of the in their Mrs. William H. Shanks entertainShe delightfully entertained ed with a moving picture party to Mrs. H. E. Hance of Warsaw; W. P. see Mary Pickford in "The Found- Kincaid, of Stanford, M. B. Eubanks, honor Wednesday evening. attended Judge Myers and family ling" at the opera house last Thurs- Mrs. Schooling, Mrs. W. B. Blantion, day evening in honor of Mrs. Sanford Mr. and Mrs. Guy Jones, Miss Mabel the Libertv fair last week.Mrs. Stagg Will Riffe and family, Henrv Thomas. M. Allen, of Millersburg, who has Jones, of Danville. and Crab Orchard Springs for of Liberty; John Lynn, of Stanford; and daughters, Misses Elizabeth Lexbeen at Maggie Stagg, motored over to some time and is here now, with her Mrs. Marshall, Miss Dorothy Taylor, parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Woods, Miss Elizabeth A en, of Maysville. ington Thursday on business. Dr. J. P. Riffe and family, of Erfor a short visit. Delightful refreshRobert J. Sloan, 24, mate on the ments were served at the Princess af- langer are making a very pleasant ter the show. Mrs. Shanks' guests visit to relatives and friends hee Steamer Carolina, operating on the at the Cumberland River out of Burns,ide, were: Mesdames Wm. Severance, S. and will spend the week-en- d was killed at McBeath Landing, just M. Saufley, W. A. Tribble, C. E. Tate, Crab Orchard Springs. Every Pair Sold With Our Absqlute Guaran-ante- e G. G. Perry, E. P. Woods, Annie Miss Anna Gay Lutes, of Lexing- above Cumberland river Lock and T. W. Pennington. J. 'S. ton is visiting the Misses Tucker and Dam No. 21. Sloan had placed a line around a tree from the head of a Rice,'S. J. Embry, and S. M. Allen, other friends here. of Satisfaction. Reid Conway, one our finest young barge. The tree snapped off, striking and Misses Sue Taylor Egleman, Sue Woods and Willie Hocker, of men, and the valedictorian of the class the mate on the head and causing his Pine Bluff. Ark, ll' '16 will leave here the first of next death in half an hour. i 4 , to-da- tried most every kind of medicine, but none did me any good. I read one day about Cardui, the woman's tonic, and 1 decided to try it. I had not taken but about six bottles until I was almost cured. It did me more good than all the other medicines I had tried, put together. My friends began asking me why I looked so well, and I told them aboui Cardui. Several are now taking it." Do you, lady reader, suffer from sn of the ailments due to womanly trouble, such as headache, backache, sideache, sleeplessness, and that everlastingly tired feeling? K 50, let us urge you to give Cardui a trial. We feel confident it will help you, just as it has a million other women in the past half century. y. Begin taking Cardu! Yov won't regret it. All druggists. I e and relatives. Very little and no serious cases of sickness are reported in this section at present. Miss N. Carson continues about the same. Mr. and Mrs. Frye, of Lebanon, spent last week with her father, and while here took in the chautauqua. Dr. James Riffe and family,' of Erlanger are here on a visit to relatives. Geo. Williams and family, of Randolph, 111., are here visiting friends Col. G. A. Gearhart, of Buffalo, N. Y. entertained a large crowd of You will need something new for the Fair next week, so come quick while our sale prices are on and see our Ladies' Waists at 79c Ladies' Skirts at 89c Ladies' Silk Hose from 22 cents to 89c Men's Shirts at 45c Men's Shirts, were $1.00 and $1.50, at 89c Men's Collars, special at 10c Pretty Neckties from 22 cents to 48e Men's Silk Sox from 15 cents to 48c Very Special Low Prices on Men's and Ladies' Shoes and Low Cuts The Bargain Store List of Properties In Lincoln County and Stanford, Ky., n 1-- story-residence- ; 1-- A. B. Florence, Stanford, Ky. Hed-gevil- le son-Jack- SAY, YOU CAN BUY at W. E. PERKINS, Dr. Ma-lin- da W. N. Craig The Lincoln Pharmacy TEST YOUR EYES And Supply You With The Glasses You Need. I En-glem- ' s n r J e i- -- r r Journal, Stanford. Kentucky: Tuesday, August 22, 1916 when selected by Mr. Thaning. Yowell & Eads', of Hustonvlle, sold to T. W. Jones, of this city last week a bunch of 64 lambs that averaged 70 pounds, at 9 cjents a pound. Wilson Alexander, the big feeder oh Hanging FoVk, sold to T. W. Jones, a drove of 49 hogs that averaged 190 pounds at 8 cents a, pound. These porkers have been contracted for some time. Wendell & McDonald, of Tennessee, before returning home ofter the court day sales, sold to T. W. Jones at the stockyards here 22 mixed cattle to from 4 2 to 5 2 cents per pound. T. W. Jones, of the stock yards, paid John C. Pepples 8 2 cents a pound for 49 porkers that averaged 110 pounds. From.A. T. Nunnelley the same buyer secured 23 that averaged 185 pounds, at 9 cents and from B. D. Carter, a half dozen that averaged 165 pounds at 9 cents. Shanks & Myers, of this city, sold to Robinson & Warfield, who buy for the southern market, seven head of mules, various ages and sexes, at $150 a round. Robinson & Warfield, whose headquarters are at Macon, Ga., are making up several car loads for shipment at once. T. W. Jones, of the Stanford stock yards, bought a bunch of 15 steers from JForcstus Reid on the Huston-vill- e pike, last week. Some heifers were also included in the herd that averaged 850 pounds and were sold at 6 cents a pound. Mr. Jones paid Mr. Rcid $180 for a bunch of 10 calves. 1-1-1-- Lincoln County Christian Sunday School MT. MORIArf CHURCH AUG. 29th. Farm ancbStock News eraged 850'pounds at 6 cents a pound. Ison Bros., of Harrodsburg, purchased from J. Df Baxter, five mules, at $150 a head. B. P. White, of Hutchinson, sold this week to Caywood, Smith & of Paris tTiree head of aged Mc-Clinto- for exhibition at the coming fairs T. J. Hill, Sr., sold to T. W. Jones last week five light steers that av- W. C. Pettus, of the Hubble section, sold to T. W. Jones xhere last week a drove of 44 hogs that averaged 185 pounds at 8 4 cents per 1-- PROGRAMME: 10:00 10 :05 10:10 10:40 11:00 11:10 9:15 9:30 11:20 11.30 11:40 11:55 12:00 1:30 1:45 1:55 2:25 2:35 2.40 1:00 Praise Service Conducted by Mt. Moriah School. President's Address. Minutesof Last Convention. Special Music. "The New Standard of Bible School Efficience" by State Worker Reports .from Schools. The North Middletown Rural Church Institute A. H. Baugh "Go To Sunday School Sunday." (How observed in our school" R. M. Blackerby. Cradle Roll Week Miss Emma Hays The Lexington School of Methods . Mrs. H. D. Phillips "Seeing America" By State Worker Roll Call of Schools. Adjournment. Committee Meetings and Special Conferences. Praise Service. The Present Status of the Rural Church. M. C.Gabbard The Kentucky Rural Church Standard Discussion. (Elders and Deacons Participating.) .-. Report of Committees; Offering. H. G. Skiles 2:50 How to Get All the Church in the Bible-schoto Stay for Preaching and Commun3:00 How to Get the Bible-schoC. E. Wyatt ion F. N. Tinder 3:10 How to Win the Pupils to Christ 3:20 Conference: "How to Increase the Circulation of the Weekly Bulletin. ol ol Special Music. mules for $430. S. H. Baughman, fo this city, sold to W. B. Burton, of Lancaster, a pair of horse mules for $275 last week. T. W. Jones bought of C. E. Tate, of this city, a couple of Jersey steers last week that averaged 915 pounds, at a nickel a pound. Granville Lutes, of the Turners-vill- e section, sold to T. W. Jones last week a dozen cows that averaged 925 pounds at 4 2 cents a pound. J. E. Holman, on the Somerset pike, sold last week at Robinson & Warfield, who are buying mules for the southern market, a pair of mare mules for $320. At Mt. Sterling, Thomas M. Greeji five-year-o- ld ville fair last weeTc. He will string his string at the big fair here this week. J. H. Bustle, of the East End., is preparing to open up a nice little grocery store at Grab Orchard, while he is unable ,to farm. He went down to Junction City Saturday to lay in a supply of groceries from the C. S. Lyons, local poultry fancier, took 15 blue ribbons at the Perry- pounod. Hlr . &KfWNKM9; : v''i' ,' ,n.i . '" 1 m KISS em ft 'K ' -- o V ' CAST0R1A For Infants and Children. ItTffifilVM m AT r- The Kind You Hays pntlnr t mauoaaiuiKegua-lins g Cumberland Grocery Co. J. A. and Claud Young drove forty fat cattle to Lebanon last week. They sold twenty-si- x on that market at from 4 to 7 cents. They shipped 14 head to the Danville market. Adaid Always Bough! andBowelsof IZBWtitj'jt K2 r53 "i AgclabfePreparalionforAs- oumimiiis Uic Sio-iKch- 1-- four-year-o- ld Go To The Fair In A New Bu;22V Your friends will all be there and you want to look nice and ieel right as you drive in. We have a ciassy rig waiting for you at a price you can afford to pay. See us betore you buy if you want to save money. bought from John Harwick, 50 picked cattle weighing about 1,425 pounds, for which he paid $8.25 per hundred. Henry S. Gaywood, of Bourbon, shipped from Mt. Sterling thirty head of 1,450 pound cattle which he recently purchased from R. E. Tipton, at around S9 per hundred pounds. Caywood & McClintock, of Paris, shipped to Jersey City, 800 lambs, which co3t from 8 to 9 cents per Gounty News. Mr. W. C. Arnold sold to Mr. Jno. Quint Brown and Dr. Hourigan, of Marion county, each a five month old Aberdeen Angus calf for $85 the head. These calves arc said to have been possibly the best ever sold in this county. Danville Messenger. The little farm of W. A. Brent on the Crab Orchard pike, a few miles east of Stanford, was taken down on the bid of $1,300 made by Henry C. Catron last week. Mr. Brent had previously been offered $1,600 for the place. rareSfiniU.MMM Prnmnfes Tlidpqfinn fWrfiif. ness and ItestContainsneitter Opium.Morphiiic ncr Mineral. CiOTiNARCOTIC. Scape ofoWtsi'Tn.?mim BcpphaSeed" JlxSaxz-jfrJseStzl BiCntcackS&z f Bears the Signature of AAiT ft - Jfv IT C fSV 9 UJ In THE MARKETS Hogs, receipts 2,500; market is steady; packers and butchers $10.75 stags $67.75; cattle receipts 2900: market slow; steers $5.50(3)8.75; heifers $5(5)7; cows $4.25 6.75; calves steady "$5(5)12.25; sheep $2.50 (5)6.75; lambs $5 11.50. Wheat: December $1.53 ; September $1.50; May (5)10.90; common to choice $7.25 9.50; pigs and lights $6.50(5)10.50; iXW WJ5o ITT Pan fA W CtenDei Stger flTrfppt RpmPfk' fhrrnnsfina- iinn UVIItwvoi w.... .. Use fh?03- UV&3 916 ANNOUNCEMENT- OF 1916 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 barns. Price $120.00 per acre. No. 4. 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 -maker either as" an investment or to live on. Price $100 per acre. No. 10. 600 acres, 1 2 miles from pike, well improved, residence and tenant houses, several barns, fine land, well watered. Can sell the whole at $65 per acre, or will sell off smaller tracts at attractive prices. No. 11. 150 acres on pike, good land, well improved, good neighborhood, three miles from small town. Price $90 per acre. No. 12. 56 acres of fine land, one mile from Lancaster, small residence, large tobacco barn and other improvements. $125 per acre. No. 13. 97 acres one mile from Lancaster, on pike, fine land and new improvements. $125 per acre. 1-1-1-1-1-1-- No. 14. 201 acres, unimproved, fronting on two pikes, one mile from Lancaster, first class land in every particular, a number of fine building sites, susceptible of division from several smaller farms. Price $130 per acre. No. 15. 243 acres, four miles out on pike, highly improved, mostly in grass, good land, ready for business, $75 per acre. No. 16. 225 acres in State of Indiana, 45 miles north of Louisville on B. & O. R. R., fertile land and good improvements, will sell or exchange for other property. No. 18. 125 acres, right at town, old time brick residence, large rooms brick outbuildings, attractive home, good land, susceptible of making a suburban division, a number of fine building lots, fronting on street, but we must sell as a whole, has never been on the market until now. Further particulars and price on application. No. 19. 200 acres, on pike, four miles from Lancaster, very high class improvements, large handsome residence, large barns, silo, etc. Can be divided into two or three or more farms, but we must sell as a whole at $150 per acre. No. 20. 117 9 acres by survey, one mile from pike on macadam road large residence, new tobacco barn, stock barn, good land, limestone soil, a bargain at $11,000. No. 21. 147 acres 1 2 miles from town on pike, fair improvements, good land, very productive, partly rolling, can be divided, price as a whole, $80 per acre. No. 22. 60 acres, on pike 4 2 miles from Lancaster, good land all in grass, 6 room dwelling, stock barn, tobacco barn and other outbuildings, improvements all new. 1-1-1-- 1-- money- 1-- 68 acres, five miles from Lancaster, on pike, right at school and churches, accessible to two other county seats, small residence, large barn, good, young orchard, fine location for dairyman or stock man. Price on application. No. 23 104 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 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 1-- 2. 1-- 2. $5,000.00. No. 23. in all its branches; Surety Bonds; Farm Loans FALL RACES AT LEXINGTON West End Insurance Agency, W. J. The program for Campbell, Hustonville. 6p Lexington has just the fall races at -6- 1-1 been issued by Secretary Will Shelly, and shows that a lot of splendid attractions have CHAS. HART been arranged, to bring together the DENTIST best horses in training. No purse A modern equipped office. Somno-forwill be offered for less than $500 exanesthesia and orthodontia a cept one race, and a number of specialty. Phone 33, Hustonville, Ky. stakes are to be decided. The racing at Lexington always draws a splendid crowd to the capital of the Blue Grass each spring and and has T. W, PENNINGTON, put the old town back fall the map on with the pristine glory of days gone DENTIST Myers House Flats Stanford, Ky. by. High class business men are at the head of the game and there is Phone: Office 240; Res. 165 never the least hint of trickery or crooked work. The Lexington races are a credit to the community and to J. B. PERKINS Kentucky. DENTIST Lincoln Bank Building but the balance were not quite ready Rooms 28-2L. & N. Railroad Special Agent Phone 214 STANFORD. KY. to go and will be delivered later. Mr. White, of Corbin, was killed by a Matheny put an average of 250 train between Sparta and vGlencoe, pounds on these heifers during the Monday. HARRY JACOBS time he had been feeding them and had them on grasss. Dealer In PUBLIC SALE Shipments of cattle to points in Kentucky in cars, other than those Fine Monumental Work that have been cleaned and disin- Cemetery Hill, Stanford, Ky. As executor of the will of A. G. fected, will be permittecPby order of Phone 164 Closed on Saturday Chrisman, deceased, I will, on Saturthe State Live Stock Sanitary Board. The Board Monday issued day, September 2, 1916, at two an order revoking that part of OrW. W. BURGIN o'clock, P. M. in front of Hunn & der 34, which became effective AugCoffey's store, in Moreland, Ky., sell DENTIST ust 4, 1915, requiring that cattle at public outcry, to the highest and destined to points in Kentucky, Mondays, Tuesdays and Wednesdays best bidder, the farm owned by A. for any purpose, be shipped in cleanat Crab Orchard G. Chrisman his death, and being ed and disinfected cars. The order Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays his old home at place, lying one mile at; Stanford issued in no wav changes the reeast of Moreland, consisting of ninequirements affecting shipments of Office in Lincoln Bank Binding ty acres of land. sheep or swine. This farm is well improved, under W. A. Todd, now of Prairie, Miss., fence, in excellent neighborhood, who sold his farm in the East End M. Casey, D. V. M. convenient to churches, schools, and of Lincoln some time ago to Paul John railroad station, being within one Veterinary Surgeon Finch, passed thru Stanford Saturmile chiefly in day en route to Berea, to visit his Grad. Cincinnati Veterinary College grass.of them. isIt ais bargain down the Here for (Rec. by U. S. Gov.) father. He says that he will be back man looking for a home-farIt Office. Farris' Stable here this week to attend the fair and lies in the best section of Lincoln Kentucky county. attend the Baptist association. Mr. Danville, Todd brought with him a lot of corn Terms easy, and made known on raised on his plantation in the south, the day of sale. which he desired to exhibit as eviHot Weather Is Here! Edward Alcorn, executor of the wil dence of what the southland will do Is your Bath-rooin order. See in the way of growing corn. The ears of A. G. Chrisman, deceased. t. are on exhibition in the I. J. office, W. K. WARNER have been viewed with interest and get your sanitary plumbing and by many. Phone 188, Stanford, Ky. T. C. Thaning, the widely known done. stock breeder of Kinbrae, Minn., has just purchased of Allan Edelen, of Glenworth Farms, Burgin, the fine Livery and Auto Service yearling chestnut stallion, Bohemian Drummers' Wagons, Carriages and Flashlight, by Bohemian King, dam Buggies; Open Day and Night. Helen Gardner. Bohemian Flashlight Autos by trip or the mile. Give us a It is time you were wiil be remembered by all those who Trial, We Will Please You. attended the Danville, Harrodsburg, Phone 5. H. H. Carter, Manager. seeing about that Perryville, Lexington and Louisville as the handosme chestnut colt CARTER & CARTER, Stanford, Ky. fairs, with stripe in face and white stockings, who was a consistent winner DR. R. E. TAYLOR, thruout the season. As a yearling, Bohemian Flashlight was recognized-a- Graduate of the Cincinnati Veterinary College. one of the finest ever produced in Kentucky, and was being prepared Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist. Phone 5. Carter & Carter's Stable. You've been thinking 1-- pound. The same firm also shipped 4 car loads of cattle, averaging 1,200 pounds, to different points in the East this week that cost from $7 to $7.50 ner hundred pounds. J. W. Williams, on the Knob Lick pike, sold last week to Charles P. Cecil, Danville butcher, a bunch of very iancy heifers for Mr. Cecil's choice meat trade. They averaged 875 pounds and were sold at 7 4 cents a pound, having been contracted for some time back. A sale of cattle at a price never before equalled in Daviess County has recently been made to the Philadelphia Consolidated Pressed Beef Company, in which the Daviess County Distilling Company disposes of five hundred fattened head of cattle at 9 cents per pound. They are estimated to weigh 1.200 pounds, a total weight of about 600,000 pounds making the total sum realized from them about $54,000. Wm. Matheny, south of Stanford, delivered to Center Bros., of Garrard county, Saturday 38 head of extra nice heifers, for which he received 7 cents a pound. They averaged 908 Mr. Matheny had 46 head nouncis. contracted to the Garrard buyers, PROFESSIONAL AND BUSINESS CARDS INSURANCE ESStf 107-fl- franc K Woras,Convulsioiis.revmsii- nessaiidLoss OF sleep- RcSinnle Signature of a' ccw us Centaur Compass; NEW YORK. $1.56. sS?t 5. Guaranteci Exact Copy of Wrapper. u , Thirty Years J M2rf COMHr. TtCJi Witt iH CrTT 'riii-j- THCCtNTAUK : yAr YSH m An epidemic of typhoid fever is . TO HACK AND AUTO OWNERS raging in Richmond, there being 25 The Knights of Tythias Fair peocases in Madison county. One death ple have made the low price of $2 nas resuitea irom tne disease, and a per day to owners of small cars and number of the patients are reported ,hacks that will carry three or four to be seriously ill. A great many passengers to the fair grounds. For people have begun to boil water as $5 a permit to run into the grounds a preventative, also to be vaccinated with said machines or hacks each I against it. 66 It day will be given. In Time of Heat Prepare 9, For Winter 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. PUT FUG I! DIXIE GEM BEfORE THE. COLP COMES MWJC1 ) 1 I M OUT WWf MflMlsMSragl D. V. Kennedy & Co., Stanford, Ky. m. m 63-4- .WTl'lTliTiTMlfiTT Mr. Farmer Ford, Touring Car F. O. B. DETROIT $360 s SILO building Ford Runabout F. O. B. DETROIT STANFORD, KENTUCKY. Commissioner's Sale of In obedience to a judgement of the AUCTIONEER, LANCASTER, KY. Lincoln Circuit Court, rendered at the May term, 1916, in the action of The high dollar at your sale all the time and at lowest price; sales F. F. Moser's Administrator, versus cried anywhere. F. F. Moser's Heirs, the undersigned Commissioner will at 11 o'clock A. Phone 364A Lancaster at my expense M.. on V CAPT. AM BOURNE for some MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, J. M. 1916, in front of the court-hous- e UNDERTAKER, WAYNESBURG. door in Stanford Ky., offer for sale at public outcry to the highest and We carry a large and complete stock of Caskets, Robes etc at all times. best bidder the property on Gilbert's Phone: Farmers' -- ; line No. Creek, Lincoln county, Ky., owned Woodstock line No. by F. F. Moser at the time of Tiis Calls answered day or night. ' death, beings 14 acres of ground with dwelling and outbuildings, the lot be- REYNOLDS time. In no other way can you obtain such feed economy for your stock. You cannot spend any money on your farm to H C. ANDERSON, Stanford FORD AGENT FOR LINCOLN COUNTY Storage Repairing Tires Accessories . Phono 203 better advantage. And the only kind of silo to have is a The Real G. B. Swinebroad, Lancaster, Kentucky Estate Men ing thus described: Beginning in the center of "Gilbert's Creek in crevice in rock opposite Long's gate, thence up the creek N. 77 E. 23 poles, 15 links to a stake, corner to William Moser, thence with his line S. 10 W. 101 poles to a stake in Traylor line, thence S. 77 4 W. 23 poles, 20 links to a stone,, corner to Traylor in Long's line, thence N. 10 E. 102 poles to the beginning. The object of this sale is to satisfy the indebtedness of F. F. Moser amounting to $425 and the costs and to divide the remainder of the sale among the heirs. The sale will be made on a credit of six months. Bond with good' se curity will be required of the purchaser, bearing 6 per cent, interest from day of sale until paid, having the force and"effect'Jof a judgement, secured by a lien on the land, payable to the commissioner. 66 --4 E. D. PENNINGTON, M. C. L. C. C. 3-- Daily Except Sunday Leaves Stanford (St. Asaph Hotel) at 10:00 a. m. and 4.00 p. m. Leaves Danville (Hotel Annex) at 9:00 a. m. and 1:30 p. m. Bundles and Packages Carried at Low Charges O. L. MINKS, Proprietor Auto Bus Between Danville and Stanford For Seed. We have German Millet Seed; Buckwheat, the Japanese or Black variety. Red Top Sugar Cane Seed, and Orange Cane Seed., All of this has been well' cleaned, and is ready to sow. Concrete Silo Which is there forever when you have it made To the Public: the largest and best clothing house in this country Ed Y. Prie and Co., Chicago. III. My experience in measuring and directing the m.ik-ove- r one who is not a practical tailor. If you ing of your clothes, gives me the advantage give me your order, I will promise you a will square deal. You will get the worth of your money, either in the cheapest grades or the higher priced. My SPRING and SUMMER line ot samples is now ready far your inspection. Call now and let me show you. Practical Tailor Stanvokd, Ky. made-to-ordcr -- 1 represent PHILLIPS BROS STANFORD, : J. H. : BAUGHMAN & COMPANY STANFORD, .KENTUCKY HP bl jpf rv IvvrLIj I KY.