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The Interior Journal Stanford, Lincoln County, This Label ' .theraRe-ceipt or s ill. What Does J & y to You?. . ? Kentty, &r Friday, August 25, 1916. Tuesdays and Fridays WATCH ME SWIM" FAIR SUCCESS SURE GREAT CROWD TURNS OUT FOR THURSDAY'S FINE SHOW "Weather Is Delightful And Thousands Come From Far And Near-Wi- nners First Two Days The Knights of Pythias fair at "Stanford is a big success this year. Notwithstanding the drizzle of Wednesday which kept the crowd down to a minimum, Thursday turned off cool and clear as a bell, and the peoThe ple came by the thousands. The amphitheatre was filled early and after that they streamed all over the beautiful, shady grounds and time, meethad a ing' and greeting friends and loved ones. Many who had not been back to Lincoln county for a score or so of years, came back to the fair this g week, making it a sort of event, and all seemed to enjoy themselves immensely, meeting old friends and renewing acquaintances of years gone by. Friday s weather conditions would be hard to improve upon either, and it promises to in point of atbe a record-breaktendance. Thursday's program was a well balanced one and enjoyed to the fullest by the big crowd. The feature was the walking ring for mares, in which about a dozen entries contested. This was won by Deputy Internal Revenue Collector Rowan Sauf-le- y with his cracking good black mare. James B. Leavell, of Bryants won the red tie with a mare belonging to. B. F. Rankin, he complete list of Thursday's awards are as follows: Wednesday's program was a splendid one and notwithstanding the inauspicious start in the morning, quite a number went out. The stock show was very good, competition being very keen in many of the rings. A great deal of interest is attaching to the show of Red Berkshire hogs, almost every breeder of this popular strain having representatives here. Wednesday was occupied with judging of herds and individuals. Some splendid specimens of the porcine family are on exhibition, and the hog tent is quite a center of attraction. The colt rings are very good, the stake being won by T. A. Brent with his slashing filly by Carroll Bailey's Rowland Peavine and out of a Bourbon King mare, taking the blue in a field of nine entries, with Rowan Saufley's filly by Ashland Brook, seccjd. This filly had previously won the blue in the suckling filly ring, and is a beauty. Prof. J. J. Hooper, head of the Department of Animal Husbandry of the Experiment Station at State University, Lexington, came over especially to judge the milk cow ring. In this ring the milk is drawn from the cow on the grounds, and is tested by the government expert for butter fat and other desirable ingredients. Rowan Saufley won in this ring, with a splendid cow with J. B. Camenisch, first and second. Prof. Hooper agree' to .write out the com- piete result 01 tms ring ana sena it back to the I. J. for publication. The first day's awards were in the main show ring as follows: Jersey Cattte 23 Best Jersey cow, 2 years old and over, $10. G. B. Swinebroad, 1st; Curren home-cominer Mule Class 47 Best mule (2 years old and over), $15. Harris & Woods, 1st and 2nd. 48 Best pair of mules any age, regardless of sex or color, $20. Harris & Woods, 1st; Carl Norris, 2nd. 49 Best mare mule colt under one year; winner barred from all other rings. Winner to become the property of the K. of P. Fair and to be sold in the ring at auction to the highest bidder. Mule to be delivered October first, sound and owner to receive payment at the time of delivery. Purchaser to give certified check at the time of cale, $150. Harris & Woods, 1st. The colt was sold to John Marr, of Bourbon county, for $147. 50 Best mare mule colt, under 1 year, $15. J. H. Woods, 1st; Harris & Woods, 2nd. 51 Best horse mule colt, under 1 year, $10. Harris Bros., 1st; Harris & Woods, 2nd. 52 Best mare mule, 1 year and under 2, $15. J. H. Woods, 1st; Henry Bausrh- man, 2nd. 53 Best horse mule, 1 year and under 2, $10. Harris & Woods, 1st and 2nd. 54 Best mare and mule colt (colt at side), $15. J. H. Woods 1st; Harris & Woods. 55 Best mule, anyage, $20. Harris & Woods 1st and 2d. Draft Horses 56 Best draft colt, under 1 year either sex, $10. A. T. Nunneley, 1st; Ike Phillips, 2nd. 57 Best stallion, any age, $10. R. M. Ware, 1st; ' June Givens, 2nd. 58 John Rankin, 1st; C. P. Davis, 2nd. Magnificent Hog Show Is a .V Floral Hall Awards 52 54 Miss Sus Woods. Best quart pear preserves, 1 Crab Orchard. age. $10. Best mare or gelding, any & Harris 2nd. Woods 1st; Harris Bros. Harness Class 60 Best gelding, 4 years old and Robert Mitchell, 1st: C. . Moore, 61 Best mare or old and over. $15. gelding, 4 years 62 Best walking mere (any age, soundness not considered), $15. Rowan Saufley, 1st; B. F. Givens, 62 2 Best colt either sex, by Rowland Peavine, $30. T. A. Brent 1st; G. C. Givens 2d. 1-- 2nd. Robert Mitchell, 1st; Pope Bros., 2nd. ter, 2nd. v -- Ponies Best mare and colt (mare 48 in. and under). $10. Robert Embry, 1st; Hugh R. Fos- 63 64 Best pony driven by boy or girl (46 in. and under), $10. Robert Embry, 1st; Branham Baughman, 2nd. Best horse: McCray Bros., 1st: Edgar Doty, 2nd. $15 65 Saddle Class Best stallion, 3 and under 4, & Sandidge Roadster Class 66 Best roadster stallioi:, marc or gelding, 2 years old and under 3, $2IU. Pope Bros., lsf; Robert Mitchell. 2nd. 3 67 Best stallion, mare or gelding, years old and under 4. $20. Robert Mitchell, 1st; W. M. Hughes 68 Dinwiddie, 1st. 2nd. driver; enBros., 2nd. tries limited to Lincoln county, $10. 24 Best Jersey heifer (year old J. D. Tarkington, 1st; Bona and under 2), $10. 2nd. G. B. Swinebroad, 1st; Curren 69 Best saddle stallion, mare or Bros., 2nd. gelding, any age, $200. 25 Best Jcrsev calf under 1 year McCray Bros., 1st; Edgar Doty, old, $10. 2nd; McCray Bros., 3rd; Walker & Curren Bros., 1st; J'. B. Camenisch, Sandidge, 4th. 2nd. The Poultry rewards and Third 20 Best Jersey bull (age consid- Day's premiums will be published ered), $10. next Tuesday. G. B. Swinebroad, 1st; Curren Bros.,; 2nd. One Hobo Was Killed 27 Best milk cow, any breed, milk to be drawn in the ring by an expert, $18. Rowan Saufley, 1st; J. B. Camen- Another Injured (and Three More isch, 2nd. and 3rd Buried 'In Wreck Near McKinney. Best herd, any age, con27 2 sisting of one bull and three females, One "hobo" was killed, one badly $15. G. B. Swinebroad, 1st; Curren injured and three others arc said to be buried beneath the wreckage, and Bros., 2nd. 22 freight cars and their contents Jacks and Jennets are 28 Best jack (any age; age con- mass, piled up in an indiscriminate as the result of a very bad sidered), $15. freight train wreck which occurred Willie Wilcher, 1st. 29 Best jennet, (any aga; age in the Cincinnati Southern railroad just south of McKinney, and at a considered), $10. turn north of South Fork Robert Embry, 1st; F. Reid, 2nd. past two o'clock Monday about half afternoon. 32 Best jennet under 1 year old, Just what caused the wreck has Sam Embry, 1st. not been ascertained as yet and may Special Class not fully for the 33 Best horse colt (under 1 year age be piled learned sky high. wreckis almost The old), $15. and Richard Cobb, 1st; John Rrankin, train wasa No. 52rate ofwas running speed when north at rapid 2nd. the crash came and the heavily lad34 Best filly colt (under 1 year en cars piled one on top of the other old), $15. hurry. Wrecking crews are doRowan Saufley, 1st; A. P. Sloan, in a everything in their power to ing 2nd. clear up the wreck but traffic will be Saddle Class delayed for some time on account 3G Best mare or gelding (3 and of it. under 4), $15. A dead tramp was taken from the Baugh-maMack Hughes, 1st; Morgan wreckage, and one very badly hurt. 2nd. This man said 37 Prettiest baby 1 year old and of his tribe on that there were five the train, beating under), $10. their way north, and the bodies of Miss Virginia Daily, 1st; Jack the other three are supposed to be 2nd. under the wreckage as they had not Walking Class been found up to Thursday mornine. 39 Best walking gelding any age, Most of the cars were loaded with soundness not considered, $15. lumbar, fruit, and merchandise. There T. E. Baldwin, 1st; John B. Fos- were several live stock cars on the ter, 2nd. train but so far as known no live 40 Best lady rider, $10. stock was killed. Miss Sara Hundky, 1st; Miss Marguerite McCormack, 2nd. ENTERTAINED CAMPERS Harness Class Miss Mary Elizabeth McKinney 41 Best stallion (3 and under entertained at a picture show party 4), $15. Robert Mitchell, 1st; Sandidge & Thursday evening to see "Mice and Men" in honor of her guest, Miss Dinwiddie, 2nd. 42 Best mare or gelding (3 and Vivian Tilly, of Cave Spring, Ga. The . guests were members of the camping under 4), $15. McCray Bros., 1st; Robert Mit- party who enjoved a week's outing on Dick's river this summer and were chell, 2nd. 43 Best suckling colt, either sex, Mr. Thomas Coleman and Miss Mat-s- y Grimes, Mr. Harris Coleman and any breed, $50. Miss Elizabeth Higgins, Mr. William T. A. Brent, 1st; Rowan Saufely, Grimes and Miss Mary Burch, Mr. 2nd; K. Dunnigan Srd. Joe Hill and Miss Mary Elizabeth Combined Class Mrs. Bassie McKinney 44 Best mare or gelding (any McKinney, and Miss Lettie Walker McKinney. age), $25. Refreshments were Edgar Doty, 1st; McCray Bros., ward at The Princess. enjoyed after2nd. Best Roadster! 'Stallion, 44 2 PARTY FOR MISS HOCKER any age, $25. McCray Bros., 1st; Robert MitMrs. John Sam Owsley entertainchell, 2nd. ed with a picture show party ThursRoadster Class day night at the opera house to see 45 Best roadster under 54 in- "Mice and Men" for Miss Willie ches, $10. Hocker, of Pine Bluff. Ark. Refresh Morgan Smith Baughman, 1st and ments were served at The Princess 2nd. afterward. Guests were Mesdames 46 Green roadster gelding, one C. E. Tate, G. G. Perry, W. A. Trib- that has never been shown; to be ble, J. B. Paxton, W. H. Shanks, S. driver; M. Saufley. J. S. Rice and T. W driven by entries limited to Lincoln county, Pennington. non-nrofessioMc-Kechn- ie, that has never shown and to be en by Green ror.dster marc, one driv- 1-- n, Din-widd- ie, 1-- v non-professio- Mr. George J. White, of Tucson, Ariz., who has been visiting his CRIED BABY TO PLAYMATE AS HE JUMPED INTO LAKE brother, Robert White, was thrown from an auto a few days ago and had his legs badly cut. He was attended Infant Son of Judge O. C. Lewis of by Dr. Edmiston and is doing well Harlan Drowned at Crab Orchbut narrowly escaned a horrible ard Tuesday Morning death. The Millette Vaudeville Company Little Billy Lewis, the are attracting large crowds to their tents every night this week and the son of Judge and Mrs. O. C. town people like their shows very Lewis, of Harlan, was drowned in thp much Shirley Gover, Mrs. King and Mrs; lake at Crab Orchard about half past Wallace Gover motored to Cincinnati ten o'clock Tuesday morning. The little fellow with a slightly older Sunday. playmate. Basil Kenny, went to the Miss Myrtla Murray is the guest of lake, contrary to the wishes his the Misses Campbell, of Danville for mother, and telling his little of playthis week. mate that he could swim, jumped off Mrs. Maggie Gover visited Mrs. the landing board, where the small Bailey and Mrs. Burdette, of Stan- rowboat used on the lake is usually ford, Saturday last. kept tied. He floundered about in Mrs. Birdie Brooks, of Louisville, the water for a few minutes; then visited Mrs. S. L. Cummins, and at- the Kenny child becoming frightened tended the Brodhead Fair. ran to a negro man, and told hiia to Mr. George Parish is very low and come and get little Billy out. as he Mrs. Parish is sick also. Their two didn't believe he could swim, after daughters from Oklahoma and Ind- all. When the negro reached the lake, the baby was floating on the iana are at their berside. Mrs. S. L. Cummins is in the water face downward. Word quickly spread, and one of mountains this week on business. the first to reach the shore was Mrs. Misses Myrtle and Edna Jones left Robert C. Saufley. of Phoenix, Ariz., Monday for London after a most de- who ran to see if it was one her own lightful visit to Mrs. Melvin Collier, little fellows, when the cry went up and are lovely girls, making many that a child was drowned in the lake. friends here. She reached there as they pulled Our young people certainly hated the still little form ashore, then wont to give up Misses Lola and Georgia for Dr. Strader. who worked manHays, of Monon, Ind., who have been fully for an hour and a half endeavvisiting Mrs. James Hays for some oring to resuscitate the child, but to time. We hope ltey will come again. no avail, for the little spirit had reMr. and Mrs. J. Harve Collier are turned to its Maker. The mother, who was at the spending the week at Elixir Springs. Bronaugh has about Springs accompanied by her older Miss Elizabeth the recovered from hor sickness and is daughter, and grief. babv. was prosHer husband, trated with Mr. Ruebuen Bronaugh's. at Mr. Charlie Holman, of Paris has Judge Lewis has been on a fishing hunting trip North been a recent guest of bis mother, end was summonedto by wire. Carolina and sister and brother here. A SDecial train was chartered to Mrs. Comm and Misses Liilie and Richmond rarry the body of tne baby back to Nellie flnnim motored to its home Jast Sunday and enjoyed the sights. to rest. in Harlan, where it was laid Mrs. Laura iUOwre, oi lungston, The child, with its playmate, had S. C. is visiting her brother, Mr. Keen ana Airs. begged its mother for some time for er Farris. She says Mr. Charlie Singleton and family are well nermission to go down to the lake. satisfied, have a beautiful home and Mrs. Lewis was sitting on the porch that the older boys are employed. of the hotel with friends, however, She said the report that a new baby and told the child not to go but that had arrived was entirely without any as soon as she had time, she would foundation. Mrs. Singleton has re- put on her bathing suit and go to the covered her health, her many friends lake with it. He soon went off. with the Kenny boy, however, and the will be glad to know. mother Mr. Keener FaiTis has broken the next news a broken-hearte- d on the sale of eggs this far. had of it was, that it was dead. The record He has brought six dozen and five baby was a great favorite at the eggs to town for which he was paid springs, and the hearts of all go oat to the mother and family in the sad S3.32 by the egg dealer. Mr. Walker Napier has gone to ac- hour of great affliction thru which they are passing. cept a position at Paris. Miss Mary Saler accompanied Miss Gladys Balling to her home in Cin"BIRTHDAY BREAKFAST" cinnati and will visit her for several Miss Marv Early, daughter of Dr. weeks. Miss Mary is the attractive guest of Mrs. Dove Garner, of Cedar and Mrs. M. D. Early delightfully celebrated her 20th birthday with Creek. Mrs. James Anderson, of Louis- a "Birthday Breakfast" last week at ville came up for a short visit to her which a few of her intimate girl' TYmHipr. Mrs. Nan "Edmiston and her t- -j ii.u -" x?!i j- muimui; sistexs.and. brothers. She took Roy iuenuuiuiiy uecuraieu wuumenu serglories and an attractive al and Welby home with her. rlhey have been here for some time with ved while the charming young hostes uuiusiicciieu, t?j.. Woods, 2nd. ess was showered with congratula2nd. little cousins. Mrs. S. J. Embry, Jr. 93 Best loaf salt risen bread, $1. their 22 Herd any age (3 sows and 1 Edwin Newland, son of Mr. and tions and good wishes. Those pre25 Best embroidered sheet Mrs. T. W. Pennington, 1st; Mrs. Mrs. David Newland is quite ill. Dr. sent were Misses Sallie Mills Craig, boar, owned by one man), $20. hemstitched, $1., W. P. Kincaid, 2nd. Elizabeth Higgins and Anne D. Woods Walker, 1st; W. O. Walker, Harmon is attending him. Miss Marsha Jones, 1st; Mrs. S. 94 Best loaf yeast bread, $1. Miss Early will leave in a 2nd. Mrs. Bishop and daughters, of M. Saufley, 2nd. Mrs. Dan Traylor. Louisville motored hc-- last week and short time for Austin, Texas, where 26 Best embroidered towelhems98 Best lemon pie, 75c. were the guests of Mrs. James Mes-se- r. she will attend school this winter. titched, 75c. Miss Lucille Dudderar. Mrs. H. Nave, 1st; Mrs. J. H. Eads, 99 Best chocolate pie, 75c. Mrs. Frank Watson, of Somerset 2nd. Mrs. W. A. Tribble, 1st; Miss An- is with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. "UNCLE HARVE" SELLS TIES 27 Best embroidered guest tow- nie Warren, 2nd. "Uncle Harve" Poynter, of the Examination of Applicants for PostHarve Foley. el, 75c. 100 Best one year old ham (boilRev. Wyatt preached fine sermons Walnut Flat section, had to miss the master Is Announced. Mrs. Mat 1st; Miss Annie ed), $5. Sunday and everyone was glad to fair this week on account of a big Tribble, 2nd. Mrs. S. J. Curtis, 1st; Mrs. Robt. welcome him back again after his timber deal in McCreary county, 28 Best cross stitched guest tow- Bruce, 2nd. where he has owned quite a boundvacation. A civil service examination has el, 75c. Art Division Amateurs only Miss Annie Bronaugh, of Pineville ary of timber for some time. He has been announced by the Civil Ser101 Best specimen water colors, visited her father and brother this sold the timber off 125 acres to A. vice Commission to provide eligibles G. Mrs. S. J. Embry, Jr., 1st; Mrs. J. Carpenter, 2nd. Miss Mary Gooch, 1st and 2nd. week. Miss Katharine has also re- L. Hamilton and the Ayer & Lord from whom appointment of a .Eost-mast29 102 Best specimen oil, $1. Tie Company at 13 cents a stick. He turned from Lexington. be made oped, Best embroidered sheet scallat Hustonville shall $1.50. Mrs. Robert Bruce. Mr. Bussel, of Cedar Creek has has also recently sold 3,000 ties in to succeed Col. George D. Weather-forMrs. J. R. Mount, 1st; Mrs. Shel103 Best specimen crayon, $1. opened a full line of fresh groceries Whitley county at 13 cents and 10 who resigned a short time ago ton Saufley, 2nd. Mrs. Robert Bruce. in Mrs. Kate Egbert's Store on lower cents in the tree, and was compelled to enter business in Danville. At Best 104 Best half dozen hand paint- Main. to go up and see about these deals being most ef- es 30scalloped,embroidered pillow caspresent the office is $1. ed plates, $1. Mrs. Henry Brooks and sweet lit- and thus miss the great fair, which ficiently conducted by Miss Block Miss Marsha Jones, 1st; Mrs. ShelMiss Sue Woods. tle baby left Wednesday for Leba- he said he didn't lik& a little bit. Bogle, assisted by Miss Mack Logan. ton Saufley, 2nd. 105 Best chop dish, $1. non Junction. The formal announcement issued by 31 Best towel Miss Sue Woods. DIED IN SUNDAY SCHOOL the, Commission. of the examination, scalloped, 75c. embroidered 106 Best vase, $1.. which will be field at Danville, is as With the closing words of a prayer Miss Annie Tribble, 1st; Miss Mar. Miss Sue Woods. follows : on his lips. J. P. Coleman, Sunday-scho- ol sha Jones, 2nd. 107 Best one half dozen monoThe United State Civil Service teacher, fell dead Sunday s 32 Best French embroidered' suit gram gold lined cups and saucers, Crops Took fine thru here. Commission announces that Satur- of underwear (three or more pieces) class Hopewd $1. Mr. A. E. Proctor has moved his he dismissed his county. in Mr. Colt-ma- n day, Sept. 9th, an examination will Church. Mercer Miss Lucille Cooper, 1st; Miss Sue Sue Woods. Miss tock and goods to what is known as be held at Danville, Ky., as a result Taylor Engleman, 2nd. years old and was seventy-fou- r 108 Best half dozen gold lined the J. R. Taylor place, near Ottawa. of which it is expected to make cerprominent in Masonic and fraternity 33 Best embroidered skirt, $1. monogram plates, $1. and Mr. John Stringer, Jr., will leave in circles. He tification to fill a contemplated vano family. Nave, 1st; Miss G. Mrs. Mat Miss Sue Woods. cancy in the position of fourth class Griffy, 2nd. H. i few days for a new location of cause of his leaves has not been The dedeath display of cut nastur- in unknown place. Best postmaster at Hustonville. and other termined. 34 Best embroidered night dross, tiums, $1. Mr. Ben Price, of Crab Orchard vacancies as they may occur at that Miss Marsha Jones, 1st; Miss Kate Mrs. Bettie Bush. will shortly move into- the residence office, unless it shall be decided in Anderson, 2nd. FOUND DIAMOND PIN 113 Handsomest fern, $1. recently occupied by Mr. Stringer. the interests of the service to fill the 35 Best embroidered corset covMrs. Ed Ballard. Mr. Elbert Elder is able to be out Mrs. S. W. Fife, of Winchester,, vacancy by reinstatement. The com- er, 75c. Farm and Garden Products Grown and at work again we are glad to formerly of Crab Orchard, a fevv' pensation of the postmaster at this Mrs. Lawrence Hildreth. This Year say. days ago lost a very valuable diaoffice was $877 for the last fiscal 36 Best embroidered lunch cloth, bushel barley, 115 Best one-ha- lf Mr. Jackson Scott and family, of mond pin on the Crab Orchard road, year. Mrs. R. L. Collier, 1st; Mrs. ShelLouisville are visiting his father, W. a few miles from Lancaster. The pin Joe T. Embry. Age limit, 21 years and over on ton Saufley, 2nd. 116 Best one dozen sweet pota- M. Scott, this week. was. valued at several hundred dolthe date of the examination, with 37 Best embroidered baby cap, toes, $1. We recently saw J. L. Davis pass lars. It was found by Arch Stevens, the exception that in a State where Miss Marie Tarkington, 1st; Mrs. thru here en route to Goochtown to of Lancaster, and returned to the Burdette Bright. women are declared by statue to be Mat H. Nave, 2nd. 117 -- Best one dozen Irish pota- hold a series of meetings. owner. Mrs. Fife paid the finder a purposes-a- t 18 of full age for all 38 Best embroidered baby dress, toes, $1. M. M. Taylor was in Mt. Vernon reward of $25. .years, women 18 years of age on the Miss Sue Taylor Engleman, 1st; this week on business. Mrs. Dan Traylor. date of the examination will be ad- Mrs. Mat H. Nave, 2nd. A number from here are attending 118 Best one dozen onions, $1. MARRIES IN KANSAS CITY mitted. 39 Best embroidered handker- the court at Mt. Vernon this week-M- r. F. B. Myers. Applicants must reside within the News has been received here by gallon Lima and family were Jack Mullins 119 Best one half territory supplied by the post office Mrs. H.P. Hawkins, 1st; Miss Lil- beans, $1. the guests of his brother, Willie Mul- relatives of the recent marriage of an- ly Noel, 2nd. for which the examination is lins, at Highland last Saturday night Miss Elizabeth McCurdy to Mr. SamMrs. J. H. Eads. nounced. . 40 Best colored embroidery, $1. uel F. Craig, of Kansas Citv, 120 Best one half gallon dozen and Sunday. The examination is open to all citiCraig is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Embry, Jr., 1st; Mrs. S. stick beans, $1. All of the members of the Bethel zens of the United States who can J. Tatem, 2nd. church will meet at the church on Mrs. J. W. McCurdy, of Kansas City Mrs. Martin Lawson. comply with the requirements. Micellaneous Needle Work '121 Best sample red clover, $1. next Monday to attend to some busi- and Mrs. McCurdv will remomhorpH Application forms and full infor41 Best hair pin trimming, $1. ness. Everybody is urged to be pre- here as Miss Alma Hays, a sister of J. M. Gover. mation concerning the requirements W. W. Hays. Mrs. S. J. Embry, Jr., 1st; Miss 122 Best sample alfalfa clover, sent. of the examination concerning the Annie Tribble, 2nd. Mr. S. O. Proctor is digging a well J. Frank Smith. requirements of the examination can 42 Best plain tatting, $1. for J. H. Cordial and says that he 123 Best sample timothy, $1. BLACK AT WINCHESTER be secured from the postmaster at likes that kind of work fine. Mrs. Fannie Cleveland, 1st; Mrs. J. M. Gover. Smock-tow- n Hustonville or from the U. S. Civil W. M. Bright, 2nd. Lieut. Gov. James D T?1nV rf Mr. A. Blonge and wife, of 126 Best three stalks sorghum, Service Commission, Washington, D. spent all day one day of this Barbourville, who' is one of the 43 Best beaded tatting, $1. G. D. Wilder. C. Applicants should be properly Mrs. W. R. Todd, 1st; Miss May 127 Laigest beets, half dozen, week with the family of W. E. Tay- strongest men in the Democratic executed and filed with the Commis- Dudderar, 2nd. party in Kentucky today will be a ' lor. Mrs. Annie Traylor. sion at Washington at least 7 days Mr. Elbert Elder sold a house to prominent figure at the Campaign 44 Best fancy apron, 75c. 128 Largest peppers, half dozbefore the date of the examination, J. H. Hendricks at a private price. opening at Winchester Sunday, Sept. Miss Annie Tribble, 1st; Mrs. S. en, $1. otherwise it may be impracticable to J. Embry, Jr., 2nd. Mr. A. L. Scott is at work on the 9. The Winchester Sun said last week: Mrs. W. H. Porter. examine the applicants. "Lieutenant Governor James D. Lace 129 Best half dozen tomatoes, Crab Orchard pike. U. S. CIVIL SERVICE COMMISSION Black was in Winchester Thursday 45 Best knitted lace two or more William Rheinhart night enroute to Frankfort to hisN Card of Thanks. yards, .$1. 130 Heaviest head of cabbage, Miss" Margaret ENTERTAINED FOR GUESTS The husband and relatives of Mrs. home in Barbourville. While here Camenisch, 1st; Joe Chancellor. Harvey McBcath wish, thru your Gov. Black was a cuest nt th "Rwnm 131 Heaviest pumpkin, $1. Miss Mary Bailey gave a moving Mrs. S. J. Embry, Sr., 2nd. 46 Best crocheted. lace, two or paper, to express their most grateful Proctoria Hotel and was welcomed picture party Thursday evening to J. Frank Smith. appreciation to their many friends by a large number of his friends see "Mice and Men" in honor of her more yards, $1. 132 Best plate pears, $1. guests Misses Margaret Sparks, of Mrs. J. W. Richardson, 1st; Mrs. Ellry Chase. for their kindness and sympathy in here. One of the number whn nwA on him was his old friend, Col. this sad hour. Mt. Vernon and Rebecca Lackey, of Mat H. Nave, 2nd. 133 Best plate peaches, $1. a, earner, vjno is chairman ofJohn Harrodburg. A delightful lunch Mrs. T. J. Curtis. Old Lady's Work the barbecus committee, arranging for was served at The Princess. Those (To have been made in the last three 134 Best plate grapes, $1. CHURCH NOTICE present were Miss Sparks and Mr. years by exhibitor) J. R. Mount, Lancaster. Services at the Christian church the Democratic camnnicm nnaninr Jesse Hocker, Jr., Miss Lackey and 47 Best specimen of knitting by 135 Best plate apples. Sunday, August 27th. Sunday school be held in this city on September 9. Mr. Hartwell Shanks, Miss Margaret lady over 75. $1. Mrs. Logan Hubble. nairman earner extended ihim a 9:30. Preaching 10:45. C. E. MeetShanks and Mr. Owen Carroll, of 136 Best ten ears white corn, $1. ing 7 o'clock. Union service in front personal invitation to be present on Mrs. S. J. Embry, Sr. New Castle, Miss Ariana Muncy, of D. S. Holman. 48 Best specimen needle work by of the court house. D. M. Walker the occasion of the great Democrat' Huntington, W. Va., and Mr. Cecil lady over 80, $1. ic rally. Governor Black stated that 137 Best ten ears yellow corn, will preach the sermon. Brown of Lancaster, Miss Mary Bailhe was coming to Winchester with James Holman. Mrs. Margaret Dunn, 1st; Mrs. large number of State officer an ,,a ey and Mrs. Bryan Perkins. ' Lucy Anderson, 2nd. 138 Best ,stalk tobacco grown in Spoonamore, 3rd. pected the Democratic opening to be 49 Best specimen of, needle work Lincoln county, $3. i Hugh Wilder. 142 Best cantaloupe, $3. THE MARKETS by lady 70 or over, $1. me oiggesc evenz oi tne kind ever Hogs receipts '3,400; lower; packbushel, J. H. Thompson, 1st; Virgil Hyatt, held in the State. Discussing the -139 Best wheat, one-ha- lf Mrs. G. B. Turiey, 1st; Lucy Pitts, ers, and butchers $1111.15; cattle 2nd. political situation in Kentucky, Gov. 2nd. J. M. Cress. receipts 1.300: auiet: calves (Melons to be the property of the Black said there was no question bushel 50) 140 Best oats, one-ha- lf Best quart stravlherry pre- sheep, receipts 1.600 slow: lambs are. . serves. 75c. Miss Annie Trihhle. Association and to be sold the last about Wilson carrying the State by Joe T. Embry. weak. Wheat: September $1.48 4 ;4 51 Best quart cherry "preserves, day of the fair at 3:30 o'clock at the largest majority ever recorded in 141 Best watermelon, $6. Decmber $1.51 May $1.54 , i . .i iUfa a Presidental election. Virgil Hyatt, 1st and 2nd; J. Z. auction. Mrs. W. O. Walker. three-year-old v 1-1-- Great Feature of Fair Red Women Have Attractive Display In serves, 75c. Berkshire Beauties Predominate. Miss Sue Woods, 1st; Mrs. J. H. Their Department. Ead, 2nd. 1? No finer exhibit of high bred hogs A great deal of,-- interest is being 56 Best display of preserves, has ever been seen at a country fair manifested, especially among the $1.50. in Kentucky than is being exhibited Miss Sue Woods, 1st; Miss Annie here this week at the big K. P. fair. members of the fair sex in the Flor- Tribble, 2nd. The feature of the fair, is of course, al Hall, which is fully up to the stand57 Best glass apple jelly, 50c. the show made by members of the ard of former years. The awards Miss Annie Tribble. Kentucky Red Berkshire Associa- were as follows: f& 58 Best glass plum jelly, 50c. tion. Nearly every breeder of this School Children's f Department (12 Mrs. J. H. Eads. celebrated family had specimens here Years and. Under) 59 Best glass quince jelly, 50c. and a great deal of interest was 1 Best plate tea cakes, $1. Mrs. J. H. Eads. manifested in the awards. Rogers Lelia Cook Raney, 1st. 60 Best glass grape jelly night), Bros., of Mercer county, judged the 2 Best plate offcake, any kind, $1. Miss Annie Tribble. Red Berkshires and W. H. Webb, of Sabra Walker, fist. 61 Best glass srrape jelly (dark), Louisville, the hogs o,f other breeds. 3 Best plate ofcandy, $1. Miss Annie Tribble. The awards were made as follows: Miss Isabelle Wjarren, 1st. 62 Best display of jelly, $1.50. Hogs Other Than Red Berkshires 4 Prettiest glass of jelly, $1. Miss Annie Tribble, 1st; Mrs. J. 1 Boar, one year old and over, Dorothy TribbleJ 1st and 2nd. H. Eads, 2nd. $7.50. 7 Best specimen of crochet, $1. 63 Best quart sweet, 50c. O. T. Frye, 1st. Mary Miller W,oods, 1st; Justine Miss Sue Woods. 2 Boar, six months and r.nder Dozier, 2nd. f 64 Best quart sweet cucumber, one year, $7.50. 8 Best specimen raffia work,$l. Mrs. J. H. Eads. Rogers Bros., 1st; G. M. Carr, 2nd. Justine Dozier list; Nathan Doz65 Best auart sour cucumber, 3 Boar under six months old, ier, 2nd. Mrs. J. H. Eads. $7.50- Class B. 66t Best quart mustard, 50c. G. M. Carr, 1st; Rogers Bros., 2nd. 9 Prettiest silk' quilt, $1.50. Mrs. Ira Traylor. 4 Sow. one year and over, $7.50. Ira G. TraylorS 1st; Mary Lee 68 Best quart blackberry, 75c. Rogers Bros., 1st. Givens, 2nd. Mrs. J. H. Eads. 5 Sow, six months and under 10 Prettiest worsted quilt, $1.50. 69 Best quart grape, 75c. one year, S7.50. Mrs. H. P. Hawkins, 1st; Mrs. W. Miss Sue Woods. Rogers Bros, 1st and 2nd. H. Porter, 2nd. 1 70 Best quart rhubarb, 75c. 6 Sow, under six months old, 11 Prettiest calico quilt, $1.50. Miss Sue Woods. $7.50. Mrs. S. J. Embry, 1st; Mrs. J. R. 71 Best auart dandelion, 75c. G. M. Carr, 1st and 2nd. " Mount, 2nd. Miss Sue Woods. Championship 12 Prettiest fancy quilt, $1.50. 72 Best quart cherry, 75c. 7 Best Boar, any age and any Mrs. Shelton Saufley, 1st; Mrs. S. Miss Sue Woods. breed, $7.50. 2nd! Embry, 73 Best display of wine, $1.50. Rogers Bros., 1st; O. T. Frye, 2nd. J. 13i BestSr., crocheted counterpane, Miss Sue Woods. 8 Best sow any age and any $3. 74 Best jar comb, $1. breed, $7.50. Alva Hotlzclaw, 1st; Mrs. John C. C. S. Lyons." Rogers Bros., 1st and 2nd. 2nd. 74 2 Best jar strained, $1. 9 Best herd, consisting of one Tucker,Best crocheted and embroid14 Mrs. R. M. Blackerby. boar and three sows, $7.50. counterpane, $3. 75 Best quart blackberries, 50c. Rogers Bros., 1st; G. M. Carr, 2nd. ered H. P. Hawkins, 1st; Mrs. ShelMrs. Miss Annie Tribble. Kentucky Red Berkshires ton Saufley, 2nd.? 76 Best quart peaches; 50c. pig, $15.00. 10 Junior boar 15 Best knitted counterpane, $3. Mrs. J. R. Mount. R. J. Walker, 1st and 2nd. Mrs. H. P. Hawkins, 1st; Mrs. Chris 77 Best quart pears, 50c. 11 Juior sow pig, $15.00. Camenisch, 2nd. j Miss Annie Tribble. W. O. Walker, 1st; W. B. Turiey, 15 2 Best linen applique spread 78 Best quart acples, 50c. 2nd. TJ $3. Miss Annie Tribble. 12 Senior boar pig, $15.00. Eubanks, 1st; Mr. S. 79 Best quart cherries, 50c. R. T. Bruce, 1st; W. B. Turiey, J. Miss Sallie 2ndl Embry, Jr., Miss Sue Woods. 2nd. 16 Best knitted and embroidered 81 Best quart gooseberries, 50c. ' 13 Senior sow pig. $15.00. counterpane, $3. Miss Sue Woods. R. T. Bruce, 1st; R. J. Walker, Mrs. S. J. Embry, Jr., 1st; Mrs. S. 82 Best quart tomatoes, 50c. 2nd. J. Embry, Sr., 2nd. Mrs. Sam Dudderar. 14 Junior yearling boar. $15. 17 Best summerlcrocheting, $1. 83 Best black cake, $10. Woods Walker, 1st; W. O. WalkMiss Gladys Griffy, 1st; Mrs. J. M. Mrs. S. J. Curtis, 1st; Mrs. J. H. er, 2nd. Cress, 2nd. Eads, 2nd. 15 Junior yearling sow. $15. 18 Best six dollies, $1. 84 Best Angel food cake, $1. Woods Walker, 1st; W. 0. Walker,, Mrs. J. W. Ricliardson, 1st; Mrs. Mrs. W. G. Withers, 1st; Mrs. S. 2nd. J. S. Kirkpatrick,? 2nd. J. Curtis, 2nd. 16 Senior yearling boar, $15. 19 Best crocheted trimmed tow85 Best plain white cake, $1. W. B. Dennv, 1st; W. B. Turiey, :A el, $ .75. Mrs. J. H. Eads. 2nd. JoseMiss Gladys Graftjy, 8G Best cocoanut cake (layer), 17 Boar 2 years old or older, phine Carpenter, 2nd. 1st; Miss Mrs. W. G. Withers. $15. 20 Best crocheted trimmed pil87 Best White Mountain cake, W. B. Turelv. 1st; J. G. Burnside, low slips, $1. Mrs. J. H. Eadi. f 2nd. Mrs. Bettie Bush,lst; Mrs. W. C. 88 Best Marshmallow cake (layoyer 18 Sow 2 vcars old or Shanks, 2nd. Tl er), $1. $15. 21 Best crocheted trimmed sheets Mrs. W. G. Withers, 1st; Mrs. S. R. J. Walker, 1st; Woods WalkMrs. J. W. Richardson, 1st; Mrs. M. Saufley, 2nd. er, 2nd. Bettie Bush, 2nd. 89 Best Devil's food cake (layer) 19 Boar, anv age, $15. 22 Best crocheted sofa- - pillow, Miss Margaret McCormack, 1st; Denny, R. T. Bruce, 1st; W. B. Mrs. S. J. Embry, Jr., 1st; Miss Mrs. Sam Dudderar, 2nd. 2nd. Ruth Lyons, 2nd. 91 Prettiest decorpted cake of 20 Sow. pny age, $15. 23 Best crocheted centerpiece, $1 any kind, $3. Woods Walker, 1st; R. T. Bruce, Mrs. J. W. Richardson, 1st; Mrs. Mrs. Ira Traylor, 1st; Mrs. Martin , 2nd. , . S. J. Tatem. 2nd. Lawson, 2nd. 21 Junior herd (3 sows and 1 .. 92 rBest platebeatenbiscuits,$lr MicellanJIra iiHlS?,frte. boar, owned by one man), S15. emro'ju&'e&riinlbw cas Mrs. b. J. Curtis, 1st; Miss Minnie W.-- 0. vWalker,.-lstrrJ. Walker, - Best quart gooseberry pre- f . r- 24-Be- R. "s. Mc-Robe- rts. e Hustonville Postofnce H.-Nav- e, er d, Bee Lick Ill - Mo-Mr- s. i ' sb-ono-- ? 1-- 5-- 8; 3-- 4. I . 3 t" " V V The Interior Journal. Stanford, Kentucky: Friday, August 25, 1916. The maixwif h money doesitf J 'cZJarMz acciaKaiKSjSisr "mor siCKness. .. rr zm. a J- yrf v i a t r r i-- yu m i t .mji-- r mjr i - -- mm The readers of this paper will be pleased U that at .Editor and Proprietor learn sciencethere isbeen least one dreaded disease S. M. SAUFLEY. has able to cure In all Its that Btapcs, and that Is Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure Is the only positive cure now known to the med$1.00 a Tear in Advance, Paper Stops "When ical fraternity. Catarrh being a constitutional Time For Which It is Paid, Expires. disease, requires a constitutional treatment. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally, actlnp Entered at the Portoffiee at Stanford, Ky., as" directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system, tnereDy destroying the foundation of the disease, and giving the patient strength ty building up the constitution and assisting nature In doing Its worlj. The proprietors have so much faith in its ruratlrn nowers that thrv offer One Hundred Dollars for any case that it fails to cure. Send for list of testimonials. Address F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O. Sold by all Druggists, 75c. Take Hall's Family Pills for constipation The Interior Journal $100 Reward, $100 LAST NOTICE! ' , Democratic Tickets IS' B mi Wfr tL 2A jM PB - j"1 3jtrV t. t Bft H North Family Reunion Joyful Gathering Held At Home Of Prominent West End Citizen. For President Woodrow Wilson. For V. Pres. T. R. Marshall. Mr. nnd Mrs. M., "R . North,, of trip , -. ,..v For Congress Harvey Helm. West End had a family reunion last weeK at tneir nome, lieacon iieignts. is the first time Trumps This been together in all the family When Clubs Are twelve years. has There were present, James W. North, (By Miss Willie Hocker) wife and son, William, of High In ancient days, so, we've been told, Bridge; T. J. North and wife, of ;No man would be a sub; Lexington; Chas, H. North, wife and daughter, Mary Virginia, of Camden, He went about with manner bold Armed with a single Club. N. J.; Frank North and wife, of And if the good wife failed to cook Hustonville, and those still at home, His bear steak to a turn, Misses Sue L., Anna R., Frances Mary and Master Albert North. From out his belt the club he took And drubbings she would earn. The spacious old home was made lively with childish prattle while the In latter days, so we've found out, brothers ard sisters with great joy No woman is a sub; talked of the happy incidents of their With modest mien she goes about childhood. Backed by The Woman's Club. J. W. North, wife and baby left And when she wants oil on the streets Sunday to spend the remainder of Or some good work begun, their vacation in Burgin and In council she as equal meets T. J. North and wife left Her former master, Man, Saturday for their home in Lexingon life's road And as ton and Chas. H. North and wife and The equal "pull" makes light the child leave Tuesday for Carlisle to load. visit relatives for a few days before returning to their home at Camden. Only members of those families CARD OF THANKS that have been long sincerely thank our many imagine the pleasure separated can We do friends, neighbors and relatives for such a gathering. The derived from countenance their gracious kindness during the of father and mother gleamed with affliction and death of our loving pride and joy at having together once father and husband, Renzo King, who departed his life, August 3rd, more their We do especially thank the members of the Woodman Camp at this place, Meet Next at Danville George Pruitt for his kindness and Brothers Clark, Waggoner and Montgomery and others for their consol- Baptist Association Winds 'Up Its ing words, and those for their beau114th Annual Session. tiful flowters. Bereaved wife and children. The 114th annual session of the South District Association concluded Moreland, Ky., August 5, 1916. its session at the Stanford Baptist Resolutions of respect of More-lan- d church late "Wednesday afternoon and Camp No. 11663 M. W. of A. adjourned. The invitation of the Having completed the designs First Baptist church of Danville to written on life's trestle board, hold the 1917 session there, was acHis infinite wisdom cepted. There were four invitations God in has called from this life to the life for the next year's meeting. of "The Great Beyond," our neighVery satisfactory reports were bor, Lorenzo Dow King, who depart- made by all of the 27 churches of ed this life August 2nd, 1916, hav- the association, showing a large in- ing been a member of the Moreland i crease in membership and in con Camp for five years and four months: tributions to the various activities therefore be it and beneficences of the denominaResolved, That in his death our tion. A splendid spirit was maniCamp has lost one of its most ear- fested thruout the two days of the nest and conscientious members, who association. The attendance was very in his daily walk- exemplified the representative, and everything possihighest standard of Woodcraft, the ble wTas done by members of the Stancommunity an ideal citizen, and the ford congregation to make the stay family a devoted father and hus- of their guests pleasant. Rev. Athy, pastor of the church at band. Resolved, That we extend to his Harrodsburg, will preach the annual family and relatives our heartfelt sermon at Danville next year. One sympathy in this sad hour of be- of the delightful features of the sesreavement, and commend them to sion was the, annual sarmon preachGod, who doeth all things' well. Be it ed here TuGifh3fc- Rev. F. W. Eberhardt, pastor' ojT' the Danville further Resolved, That a copy of these Baptist church. He was heard by a resolutions be made part of the rec- large audience, who were greatly ords of this Camp, a copy be sent to pleased with his discourse, and his the bereaved family, and a copy be clear and forceful method of represent to the Interior Journal and senting the plain and unvarnished Casey County News for publication. gospel of Jesus Christ. He held up J. C. Burkett, S. E. Hubble and R. a picture of Christ on the cross as a guiding spirit for members of the C. Cossin, COMMITTEE. association in their social, political, business and religious lives. . Har-rodsbur- 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. never know when we start out in the morning what's going to happen to us. An accident or sickness could overtake us any moment. But the man with a snug sum tucked safely away in the bank knows he can tide over without going into debt or becoming a burden to his family or friends. It makes a man hgppy to be independent. Put YOUR AONEY in OUR BANK. We pay 3 per cent, interest. We Urn t g; The Lincoln County National Bank Stanford, Kentucky M cRoberts & Bailey Vandeveer For Congress Socialists off-snrin- g. The Lincoln TrustC o. OF STANFORD, KY. I of Eighth District Nominate Former Stanford Man. Chattanooga, Tenn., And Return, $6.90 From Junction City, Ky. KOUNU-TK- Il Capital, $25,000. Under same management as The Lincoln County National Bank, is now ready to serve you in the capacity of EXECUTOR, ADMINISTRATOR, GUAR-DIATRUSTEE, Etc., at the office of The Lincoln County National Bank. "Corner Next To Court House." N, The Socialists "of the Eighth Congressional District have nominated D. W. Vandeveer, of Richmond, Ky., as their nominee for congress. This announcement will be received with much interest here where Mr. Vandeveer was born and reared, and has a host of friends. He is a son of Mr. M. O. Vandeveer, of this city. The Socialist party will poll a much larger vote in Lincoln county at the com- 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. PUBLIC SALE 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. of the following: Horse Stock Pair of extra good working brood mares, both with mare mule colts at their sides; an sorrel mare, a good driver and worker; an aged gray family horse. Mules A good pair of yearling horse mules; a good yearling mare mare mule; a mule; a work mule, slightly blem,con-sisting 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; Hol-stein; ished. 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 fine hill 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 Hamil- fton place on the Goshen pike. JOHN C. PEPPLES. CAPT. AM BOURNE, Auctioneer. - ing election than ever before, and its ardent workers are very enthusiastic. A local has been organized at Rowmembers have land, and already been enrolled, and headed by Thomas Ashlock are doing much work for their party. Mr. Vandeveer has been an advocate of Socialism for many years and predicts a large vote for his party 5-- i - Bargains In Small Farms 40 acres, on pike, 2 2 miles from Lancaster nearly all in grass. Improvements. 35 acres on pike, splendid location, good land, improvements. 25 acres on good pike, level land, good orchard. Improvements. 10 acres unimproved, level land on pike well located. For prices and further particulars address Swinebroad, The Real Estate Man, Lancaster, Ky. 1-- Davis Store 4Bli VV- Dr. W. N. Craig AT The Lincoln Pharmacy IS PREPARED TO T YOUR EYE And Supply You With The Glasses You Need. Rvprv Pair Sold With Our Absolute Guaran- antee of Satisfaction. CORN CUTTERS Stop and Look at Our One Horse, Two-RoCorn Gutter. w W. H. STANFORD, Corner Main and Depot Streets, HIGGINS KENTUCKY ready waiting to relieve their wants and sufferings and did many a good turn to the poor and needy. She was dearly beloved by all those who knew her and there are many who will miss her greatly and bemoan her departure. Mrs. Fred Dyehouse, of Preachers-vill- e was visiting relatives and friends in this section of the country SatPleasant Point urday and Sunday. William Tucker, Jr., and wife, of Columbus, O., were visiting his Born to the wife of Stanton Reebrothers, J. H. and T. L. Tucker, in,1 ves, a baby girl. this section last week. Mrs. Alfred Marshall is somewhat The stork was called forth last improved but it seems that it is hard week to fill an order in this neigh- for her to regain her health again. Mr. and Mrs. Willie Sweenv. of borhood and left a sweet little girl at the home of Frank Coleman. Mr. Waynesburg spent Saturday and SunColeman and his many friends and day with Mrs. Martha Hogue. Sam Marshall has gone back to relatives are delighted over the idea and have named the welcome little Jenkins, Ky. r, Mr. and Mrs. S. C. Alford were the Miss Marie. Thomas Anderson has been confin- guests of Mr.. and Mrs. Bias McGuf-feof New Salem. ed to his bed for a few days and at Mr. Marshall, who has been ill of writing he is not much improved this but his friends are hoping for a pneumonia is some better. Mrs. T. M. Alford and Mrs. Mary speedy recovery. Dye are still numbered with the ill. Col. M. H. Johnson bought a Mrs. Louis King's mare from Robert Coop- Mountain is atSingleton, of Mary the home of er, of King's Mountain for $100. Dye. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Plummer pnd were Everett pretty twins, of Garrard were visiting the guests Dye and Stella Walls famiof George Walls, and relatives in this section Sunday. ly Sunday. Mrs. E. G. Gilliland was called to (Adv. It.) James Brady, has accepted a posi- the bedside of her father, Jimmie tion in the clothing department of Gooch, of Eubank. Rollman & Sons Co., of Cincinnati. A BIRTHDAY GATHERING The father and mother of E. G. Gilliland are reported to be sick. is nothing more beautiful HIDDEN DANGERS Miss Edith Walls has gone to New in There than the mingling together life Salem. cF youth and advanced age, with reNature Gives Timely Warnings That Miss Elizabeth Dye is at home for ciprocal apprecition one for the other. No Stanford Citizen Can Afford a few days visit. most beautifully demonThis to Ignore. Jim Dunlap is the guest of his strated was the 20th of August when on sister, Mrs. J. A. Johnson. DANGER SIGNAL NO. 1 comes News has been received that Ollie the children, and other relatives from the kidney secretions. They Routen and wife, of Bloomington, and friends met together at the home will warn you when the kidneys are Ind., are coming home soon. Cox, near Hubble to weak. Well kidneys excrete a clear, Miss Laura Johnson, of Science of Mrs. James78th birthday. Hers is celebrate her Disordered kidneys Hill called at this place Sunday. amber fluid. history. The Mr. and Mrs. Ben Pruitt, of Bloom- indeed a remarkable is still spared send out a thin, pale and foamy, or companion of her youth a thick red, urine, full ington, Ind., are visiting Mrs. J. A. her heart at of sediment and irregular of pass- Johnson, and other friends and rela- to gladden and cheer her also came this advanced age. To age. tives here. greatest blessings DANGER SIGNAL NO. 2 conns Mr. Sam Long, who has been in one of earth's that of motherhood. Eleven chilfrom the back. Back pains, dull Kansas was a caller at this place on dren came into her life, six daughand heavy, or sharp and acute, sug- Sunday. sons, eighty of whom ters gest weak kidneys and in that case Mrs. Fred Reynolds visited her par- were and five on this occasion. Thirty-present you of the danger of dropsy, ents, Sunday. warn grand-childre- n and thirty-seve- n gravel and Bright's disease. Doan's Mrs. Anliza Eubanks .and daugh- six will brighten Kidney Pills are endorsed by thou- ter were the welcome guests of Mrs. or mar the pages of family history as sands. Here's Stanford proof: Mary Dye this week. B. Holderman, Stanford says: "I Mr. and Mrs. Dunlap spent Sun- the years go by. It was a beautiful picture when the used Doan's Kidney Pills and they day at the home of W. G. Routen. aged grandmother held in her arms proved to be just as represented. My who her youngest kidneys were weak and I had back is six weeks old, pronouncing a blessache. Hearing Doan's Kidney Pills ing as only a christian grandmother highly praised I used them and they' could. A bountiful dinner added relieved me." much of interest and pleasure to all Pice 50c, at all dealers. Don't present, after which the social hour simply ask for a kidney remedy n.Z4was enjoyed, in discussing the TlAnMOo TriAnaXT TJ?lTri Hm OU1UC rt- iUUUCJI ilU" LJ1C rrvn of other days. A song and kind that Mr. Holderman had. Fospraise service most fittingly closed ter Milburn Co., Props., Buffalo, B AT YOUn PrWCGlST. this most enjoyable day. S. E. H. N. Y. new-comey, self-contain- ed seven-ye- Mrs. Nannie P. Adams, aged about 70 years, died after a short illness and her remains were interred in the family burying grounds on Sunday at 4 o'clock, after an appropriate sermon by J. C. McClary. She was known far and near by "Mammy Nan" and wrell deserved it as she mothered one or two orphans most all of the time and was a regular visitor to the sick and was al- ENTERTAINED FRIENDS Misses Frances Cormney and Alpha Fowle entertained Wednesday evening from 8 to 10 o'clock in honor of their guests, Misses Josephine Proctor, of Danville, and Ruth Fields, and Ruby Spears, of Hustonville. After many games were played ices and cakes were served. The following were present, Misses Ruby Spears, Ruth Fields, Josephine Proctor, Mary Hill Garman, Margaret Woods, Margaret Davison, Vie Gose Smith, Nellie Davis, Isabelle McCormack, Iva Pepples, Frances MesCormney and Alpha Fowle. srs. Joe Grimes, Frank Cordier, William Welburn, Paul Garman, Sam Craig, Cris Camenisch, James Eailey and Earle Spoonamore. ar-old state of competition and the estabCommonlishment of a wealth to take its place in the industrial life. "We propose to apply the Golden Rule to management of industries." said Mr. Vandeveer, and establish an Industrial Democracy that will make possible a social order in which the teachings of Jesus will be carried out in our industrial life and social relations with our fellow men. We demand the public collective ownership of the principal means of life, such as the railroads, coal mines and big industries owned by the Trusts. This will in no way interfere with the farmer, except where the farmer may be a trust magnate but will bring about a greater prosperity, just as the parcel post as has been advantageous to the rural districts, for the farmers and working people in general. We are for the abolition of child labor, and for compulsory education and we demand an eight hour work day, but these demands are only a part of the program whose ultiCommate goal is the monwealth and the establishment of the brotherhood of man." The definition of Socialism as givr," en by the American Year Book Cyclopedia and Atlas is as follows: No word hasbeen more abused and mis understood than the word "Socialist." The Socialist is not an anarchist; the two are opposed in theory and practise. The Socialist does not propose to destroy the family, abolish religion or divide up property nor does cseek to carry out his ideas by riot and bloodshed. In a single phrase, Socialism means means public ownership of the means of production and working class control of the government, a chance to work for all who will, and to all workers the full value of their product. The typical Socialist is a rather quiet and thoughtful working man, serene in in time of trouble and the day of victory. He realizes that the world will move on very well after he is dead, but remembers that while he lives it is his business to help the world move. He considers a himself an ally of eternal laws of , nature and is proud to do his little part in the great cause. ve rlonl'irpc Viis Pflrt.V IS not one of compromise nor is it for a hloodv revolution, but it is for con structive legislation as the means to an end the abolition of the present tViics iroa-i. TTo MENS FALL SHOES ( - , If you want a strong shoe for hard wear try a pair of our "Double Service." If you want them for dress-weatry the "Eclipse." r, W. E. PERKINS, Crab Orchard, Kentucky Fa lr T lme Now you are going to need ! li A "KOOL" SUIT And we have them. Also a Serge, Grey, Tan or Brown. Panamas, Straws and Leghorn Hats Oxfords of All Kinds White Duck Trousers for Outing Wear We are Headquarters for Fair Wants ROBINSON'S . grand-childre- n, great-grand-childr- en As we wir close our store from 12 to 5 p. :n. each day of the Fair, please make your order each morning, if possible. T. D. Newland Opposite the Phone No. 168. Court-Hous- e, &: Son9 1 Stanford, Kentucky. great-grand-childr- en We Will Save You Money on Refrigerators, Ice Cream Freez-- -, ers, Coolers, Etc. . great-grand-chil- d, ALSO LAWN MOWERS AND " GARDEN TOOLS. - remi-niesne- es jREMEWFORMENJ j GEORGE H. FARRIS. - t i- - C" T S. ' "1- - The Interior Journa 1 Stanford, Kentucky: Friday, August 25, 1916. Have You A Bank Account? If not, do you expect to go through ilfe without one? Improve your financial condition. Make money and save It. Deposit It In The First National Bank Of Stanford, Ky., ley. Mrs. Andy Dillion and little son, of Crab Orchard, were at the of Heath Severance. Harold Hutchings and Guy Hund-lof Danville were here Wednesday. Mrs. Eliza Coffey, of McKinney, was at the fair Wednesday. Mrs. Carrie Shclton, of Mississippi, is here visiting friends. M. C. Newland was at Mt. Vernon Tnodnir on business. Capt. and Mrs. J. L. B. Coffey, of Frankfort, are here for the fair. Miss Ruth Culbertson, of Coving ton, is the guest of Miss Llye Coop or-- fnr- thf fflir. Miss Luvicia Martin, of Perryville, is the guest of her son, W. U. Martin and wife. Mrs. Plummer and son, of Indianapolis, Ind., are the guests of her sister, Mrs. J. F. Dudderar. Mrs. Robert Mitchell, of Nashville, Tenn., is the guest of Miss Anna Mob- - Miss Sara Robinson, of near Danville, is the guest or Miss Nancy Katharine McKinney. . Miss May Phelps, of Richmond, is the guest of Mrs. Richard Hocker. Sam Fisher is at home from Danville for the fair. . Turney Clay, of Pans, is the guest y, Around the Ring "What Congress has done concerning a Government Armor Plant and what people are thinking about it" as r ef lec ted in Editorial Comment This is the title cf a booklet wc have prepared. We shall be glad to send a copy free to any one interested. Bethlehem Steel Co. South Bethlehem, Pa. WMB&ESSRBm SL3 Where ft will earn you interest and secure you a living, when you are old too infirm to work. Dr. J. B. Perkins and Mrs. Lelia Cook are both reported to be quite ill tho their condition is not serious. August 26 Young Ladies sewing Mrs. David Rankin, Wayne circle will meet with Miss Mary Moore county, is the guest of of Mrs. Miller Raney at 4 o'clock. Hill on the Hustonville pike. . Miss Mercedes McPherrson, of Mrs. Same VanArsdale, of Spring- - dncinati, is the guest of Mrs. J. S. field is the guest of Mrs. Hugh Noe Baughman for the fair. Mrs. Robert Putman, of Pineville, George Burdette, of Danville, is at who has been the guest of Mrs. W. R. home for the fair this week. Mrs. Walter Walker, of Danville, Willis returned home Wednesdav..zel- has been the guest of Misses Straub. byMiss Isabella Givens, - 01 City is the ntt-.- t Miss Julia Zanone, of Lancaster, Miss Belle Denny. is the fair guest of Mrs. Will Stone. Patterson Tanner and Miss" Ruth Mr. E. G. Bickley and family, of Tanner, of McKinnev were in town Danville, were at the fair Thursday. for a short time Thursday morning.?! Miss Lydia Carr, of Danville, was csuc ouuningnam was nere irom Danville Wednesday and ThurJay at the fair Thursday. ' . Postmaster P. W. Whipp, of Liber- attending the fair. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Walker, of ty was at the fair the second day. Mr. and Mrs. Jce Will Rout, of Paint Lick, ar? the guests' of Miss Hustonville, were at the fair Thurs- Belle Dennv. day. Charles T. Bohon was hei a from Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Mobley and W. Lebanon Thursday and attended the M. Moblev, of McKinney, attended) fair. Mr. and Mrs. Carlton Elkin, of the fair Thursday. Misses Minnie and Dora Straub Lancaster, attended the fair" Thurswill leave for the city next, week to day. Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Ware and Miss buv fall millinery. Mrs. S. T. Carpenter and daughter, Mancie Ware, of McKinney, were at Miss Eddie T. Carpenter, of Huston- the fair Thursday. ville attended the fair Wednesday. Messrs. Oaks and Stokes, of Mrs. Richard Cobb and Miss Eve-le- e are the euests of Mrs. Miliar Cobb, of near Danville were at Hill. Mr. and Mrs. S. D. Cochran and the fair yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. Jason Taylor and Miss Lillian Cochran, of Lancaster, Mrs. C. R. McCormack, of Danville, were at the fair Thursday. Misses Ruth. Mard D., and Marg were at the fair Thursday. Leslie Cunningham was here from aret Beck, or McKinney attendedH Danville Wednesday and Thursday the fair on Tuhrsdav. Mrs. W. D. Nave, Miss Mattie Lip-p- s, attending the fair. of Shakertown were at the fair J. A. Phillips, of Eatonton, Ga., is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Thursday. Mr. N. O. True. Mr. and Mrs. Carter. Mrs. J. B. Mershon is up from Som- Jesse Massey, and Mrs. Job Massey, erset with her daughter, Mrs. A. C. of McKinney, were at the fair Wednesday. Hill. Mrs. Fleece Robinson, of Danville, Mesdames Reed and - Fogerty,. of Danville are the guests of Mrs. J. passed thru here Thursday on her way to Lancaster to visit rplntivp M. McCarty. Miss Delia R. Hughes, of Lancas- and friends. W. A. Russell. Foreman nf T10 ter, is the guest or her aunt, Mrs. Big Four Shops, at Indianapolis, Ind., J. W. Acey. Miss Katherine Harris has g0neivisited his niece, Mrs. J. G. McBee to visit Miss Allie Dyche at London last week. Louis Stokes and Ray Oatts, two and to attend the fair. Mrs. S. E. Pratt, of Denver. Col., young beaux of Wayne county, are is the sruest of her sister, Mrs. Nora spending the fair week with Mr. and Mrs. Miller Hill. Goodknight. Mrs. J. F. Holdam and Mrs. Mason Mr. and Mrs. James A. Beazley and daughters. Misses Mildred, Vir- Morris, of Muskogee, Okla., who are ginia and Lucille Beazlev, of Lancas- spending the summer at Crab Orch- John Baughman and son. Bran-haof Danville, were attendants at the fair Wednesday. Miss Ada Mobley has returned from Danville, after a visit to her sister, Mrs. D. W. Mahan. Mrs. Claud Pennybaker, of Danville, was the guest of her sister, Mrs. A. C. Hill and attended the fair. Miss Ollie Phillips, of Liberty, is the guest of Miss Gertrude Wilkinm, Personal and Social ) The Presiding Elder desires t meet the officers of the church at three o'clock Sunday afternoon at tne church. Any private members will be welcome at this meeting. Among items of business to bp considered will be the latest plans foi; the new church building. Owing to qou jiiay uanqidAY ojj aupodui 9tif go to Logan's Creek church for their fair and incidentally put considered the best of all productions regular appointment. Rev. W. if D. in a good word or so for their home yet by the Laskv Comnanv. Welburn. town. The McCray Bros., of North are popular horsemen and they have a string that generally gets the goods. In the combined ring yesterday afternoon there were those present who thought that their bay mare should have won over Edgar Doty's gray gelding. The McCrays brought along their auto and spend the nights at Crab Orchard Springs. It was worth the price of admisHubble. Allen Steele sion to see Mr. Jim Ed Bruce enjoy Miss Maguerite iMcCormack, of vS $) the hog show. He went early WedHustonville, and Carrol R. McCormack. of Danville are the guests of Popular West EadyYqung People nesday and remained until late and "Yes sir, I had indigestion and se- bottles per year. was hardly ten feet away from the Mrs. Logan Hubble. Wed at Danville ' Wednesday. These enormous sales mean but hog tent during the day. It might vere cramps before I took Tanlac" Misses Pearl, Grace and Kutn be added that it was the best show said Mr. Joseph E. Wendel, who lived one thing and that is merit. It is Fields, of Hustonville, are the guests of hogs that has been seen in this at 604 Boone street, Danville, Ky. the repeat sales that count. Where of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Fields for the f, Mr. L. F. Steele and Miss Nell section for a long time. "I, also had dizzy spells and could the first bottle accomplishes good refair. accompanied by members of the Gatewood Beasley put one over hardly do my work. I really lost all sults a second bottle is always sold Arch Traylor, who has been at In thousands of cases people have Covington for several months, is at latter's family, drove to Danville on Morgan Baughman in the road- ambition and energy. with home with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. from Hustonville Wednesday and at ster ring for ponies Wednesday after"Tanlac was recommended to me come forward These their personal enthe home of Eld. H. C. Garrison, of noon. Morgan got Gatewood to are facts as Allen Traylor. by my sister. The dizzy spells got dorsements. as the rock of Gibralter. Mrs. C. I. Dorsey and daughter, the Christian church, were pronounc- drive one of his ponies while he drove better soon after I began taking it Miss Meota, of Louisville, are the ed husband and wife by that gentle- the other and Gatewood got the blue and in a little while my stomach pains They prove that Tanlac has relieved stomach, kidney, liver and catarrhguests of her father. Mr. W. L. Daw- man. After the ceremony they left and Morgan had to be content with had almost entirely disappeared. on the Queen & Crescent for Chatta- the red. Gatewood will be known al ills. son and sister Mrs. E. D. Eads. "Tanlac not only relieved me but, nooga, where they will spend a day as Bud Doble, the second, from now is being specially introducMisses Cecil and Katherine also benefited several friends to whom ed Tanlac in Stanford at the Penny Drug Master Joseph Penny-bake- r, or so on Lookout Mountain, and then hence. and go to Asheville, N. a brief Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Tucker left I endorsed it. It is certainly a fine Store, E. R. Coleman, Prop. of Danville, arfe geusts bf sojourn. The groom C, for popular ard, were here at the fair Thursday. ter, were at the fair Thursday. is the Tuesday morning for Marion. Ohio, remedy." Tanlac may be obtained at th folaunt. Mrs. A. C. Hill. Mr. and Mrs. Han Shay, of Cleve- - their Mr. Jesse Overstreet was here The wonderful success of Tanlac lowing nearby cities: Moreland, AbMiss Emma Warren left Tuesday and hustling telephone magnate of where he holds a position with the Perryville Thursday and said icinu. unio., are the euests of Mr from Middlesboro, where she Hustonville and is one of its best Erie railroad. Young Mr. Tucker is known to everyone. No matter raham Minks;- Hustonville. Adams that Hence Overstreet was able to an(1 Mrs. W. M. Fields at Hustonville! rr.'vrrng forguest They- - attended the fair Thursday. of Mrs. Lillie War- and most enterprising citizens. The was badly scalded in a railroad acci- where you go Tanlac is a household Bros.; McKinney, True & Co.; Ellis-bur- g, will be the sit up some. bride is the youngest daughter of dent some weeks ago and has been word. It is the story of merit beW. C. Bryant; Crab Orchard, ren for a short visit. rs. C. L. Gover and children have Mrs. Crit Riffe, Mrs. Ed Powell, Miss Lily McClary, of Knoxville, Mr. and Mrs. John J. Allen and is a here at the home of his parents, Mr. fore obtained by a proprietary medi- Lyne Bros.; Brodhead, John Rob-bin- s; Mrs. Fred Jeffries and Miss Margar- - returned from Louisville, where they She is ex- and Mrs. W. Lancaster, R. et Powell, of Hustonville, attended na.ve been visiting relatives and is here for the fair, the guest of her charming young woman. accomplish- He is about T. Tucker recuperating. cine. production of Tanlac now Bee Lick, J. Reynolds E.& McRoberts; ceedingly pretty, highly The himself again and will Son; brother, J. C. McClary and sister, ed friends for a week or so. the fair Thursday. and possesses a wide circle of return to work at once. stands at the rate of almost 5,000,000 W. A. Horton. Miss Sara Hundley has returned . Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Holman, of Par-fro- Mrs. Mattie Nevius. Clyde Sturgeon, the hustling young News comes from Maysville that friends. The two have been sweetLouisville where she spent sev- - s, and Miss Cadie Alexander, of hearts for a long time, and while it general manager of the Sturgeon Hedgeville, are the guests during the Mrs. J. C. Reynolds is not improving was oral days in a wholesale millinery generally believed that they Real Estate Agency, was in Stanford very rapidly. She has a well develfair of Mr. and Mrs. Felix White. house. marry, the early Sev. L. C. Kelly came Tuesday to oped case of typhoid fever, her fath- would union will come date of the early in the week having some more Miss Frances Dant, of Lebanon, happy as a pleasing nice printing done for his office by reports. came Tuesday moraine: for a visit to attend the Baptist Association and is er ;A. J. Gooch, a former Lincolnite, surprise to even their closest friends. the I. J. job department. Mr. SturMiss Jane McChord Hocker during the guest of Mrs. Kelly's parents, Mr who is now a prominent business The Interior Journal, which claims a geon is almost as god a judge of nice and Mr. T. D. Newland. the fair. in the Miss Edna Smith returned to her man of Versailles, came over Thurs- placegroom, friendship of both bride printing as he is of farm values, so Wood Burton, of Wayne county, extends its heartiest con- he knows where to come to have his is receiving a and is ud for the fair. He is the guest home at Corbin Tuesday, after a day for the fair, and gratulations and wishes Mr. Steele work done in the right way. Mr. J. B. Honaker, of the West rleasant visit to her aunt, Mrs. Julia cordial welcome. of Jep Chenault and William Wood-arMr. and Mrs. John Cox, Miss Lou and his pretty wife all the good Hughes, here. EHd. things that can come to them on their e, with a pack of nine fox hounds, Mfs. Fred Garnett, who has been Cox and Mr. George Cox, of Mr. Owen Carroll, of New Castle, AN ORIGINAL AUXILIARY TO GASOLINE were all mixed up in an automobile were guests Tuesday of Mes- journey thru life. and Miss Ariana Muncy, of Hunting- - " with appendicitis for several days wreck last Thursday night on the has gone to the hospital in Danville dames Jennie Warren ad George Far-ri- s. tnn. W V.. ?re tho f Mr. Richmond pike, out of Lexington. MISS HOCKER ENTERTAINS Hartwell Shanks and Miss Margaret "where she will be treated by D The two men were returning from a J. W. Elmore and Saufley Hughes, Jackson. Shanks. On last Thursday evening Miss fox hunt in Madison county when of Lancaster, took a train here early in the week en route to East Bern-sta- Jane Hocker entertained a few of their car left the road and went her friends at her beautiful country over the embankment near the Kenon a business trip. The car was badly Mrs. J.H. Hardy, of Perrvville. was home in honor of Miss Margaret Al- tucky river. REMOVES AND PREVENTS CARBON. the guest of Miss Mollie Daugherty ien, ofi Millersburg. The evening smashed up, but neither the hunters CAUSES PERFECT IGNITION was a very pleasant one. The charm- nor the dogs were in any way inMrs. for the Baptist Association. Hardy went to Lexington from here ing young hostess was assisted in en- jured. ?3SiSI AND UNIFORM COMBUSTION Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Owsley, of tertaining by Misses Esther Burch to visit Mrs. Sinkhorn. CHEMISTS SAY: It cannnot possibly injure any kind of metMrs. Mary Owens and Mrs. Hus-sin- and May Phelps. Delightful refresh- Roachdale, Ind., are at Crab Orchard Those present Springs and accompanied by J. H. al in any way. of Somerset, are. the guests of ments were served. Mr. Joe Rout, wrio Is isck at the were Misses Pearl Embry, Frances Dodds, of the same city, were in CAR OWNERS SAY: It's a big money saver and does all I DesiretgaiheTsr-'- ls Healthy Baby hrnne of Mr. John Rout, at Huston- Embry, Frances Tate, Bettie McCann Stanford Wednesday and expect to ' claim. Perry, Margaret Shanks, Dorothy come back Thursday for the fair. Mr. ville. That's a loyal and natural feeling all mothers have. Then make Reid, Sadie Wearen, Sophia Saun- Owsley has a number of relatives in I SAY: Try one box and be your own judge. Mr. and Mrs. John Holtzclaw and your desire an assurance by using "Mother's Friend." Its beneficial daughter-in-laMrs. Ira Holtzclaw, ders, Ma" ret Wood, Mary Louis Lincoln county. He left here 42 qualities will conserve your own health and strength and make baby's Sold under a positive guarantee to remove all carbon and prewho was, Miss Ella Thompson, all of Woods, J Isie Coleman, and Annie years ago, but still delights to come coming easier and its future health secure. Get it at your druggist. Lee Euba 's. Messrs. George Fleece "back home" on a visit, and says that vent same from coating engine while used according to instrucLancaster were very pleasant callers Farris, Send for the free book. W.wiam Tate, Gatewood Bea-sle- j', the visits of the I. J. twice a week of Mrs. Lee Stone Tuesday. tions, four tablets per gal. until carbon is removed; two tablets per Hart Hagin, James Baughman, are like letters from home to him. j TKeBradadRc9tila4crCb. ?1 Lamar Bl& Ailariz.Ga.ir "Steamboat" Bill Thompson and gal, thereafter; many use but one. deaf-blin- d Miss Oma Simpson, the Morgan Baughman, Will Cox, of Mt. Vernon, arrived th's Hartwell Upon receipt of S1.00, I will forward to any address one box morning to be the guests of L. R. Jesse Hoc .er, Earl Baughman, Wil- girl who has been the personal pupil i er, William Grimes, Rich- of Miss Sophia Alcorn, of this city, Hughes during the remainder of the liam of INAJIFFI Fuel Tablets (200) prepaid. Use sixty tablets as per ard Cobb of Danville, and Thomas at the School for the Deaf at Dan fair. instructions in each box. If same does not do all I claim please; rn and Mark Phelps, of Richmond. ville, for several years, paid her inMr. and Mrs. H. C. Wrav and two unused tablets and I will refund $1.00 to you. structress a visit the past week. Thelittle daughters, of Danville, came Fourteenth Annual education of this young lady has BIBLE SCHOOL CONVENTION j over early m the week tO) take in been every whit T as ! 1 ?f the fair from beginning to end. They The annual convention of the that of the famousas remarkable To WUV JJUA J.Q3, j 1 Helen Keller. are with her mother. Mrs. Woodie Christian Bible School, of Lincoln energy, patience and the Hale and other relatives. county will be held at the Mt. Mo-ri- skill untiring teacher. Miss Alcorn is somerset, Ky. of her Her friends in Lincoln county are church Tuesday, August 29th due the fact that, although born deaf glad to learn that Mrs. J. L. Hutchins It is expected every church in and to LOUISVILLE September 11-1- 6, 1918 'of Danville, i is showing considerableg the county will that representatives. and blind, she is able who read, write send n r? talk. Everyone had the Every superintendent aner sunering ana improvement and pastor privilege of meeting her while here, confined to her home for nine should see that their school sends with what she has ac4-H- OTELS 'weeks with a severe attack of pleu- - delegates. World Famous The Mt.' Moriah npnrlp' was imoressed She was introduced to complished. WORLD'S GREATEST SADDLE HORSE SHOW ' nsv. will serve dinner on the grounds and a number of friends, was taken auto Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Eads. Mr. and they will be disappointed unless the LIGHT, AIRY Crab Orchard Springs. (riding and seemed to enjoy herself Mrs. Alfred Eads, Mr. and Mrs. Sam people come. Daily Trotting, Pacing and Ranaing Races D. Eads; in fact, the whole Eads colD. M. WALKER, PRES. greatly on the visit to her teacher. Connecting Rooms, Capacity, Seven "Doesn't that good horse remind varieties of water Chalybeony from near Crestwood in Shelby 300 Guests, 100,000 Brick ate, you of Jack Barrymore?" said a judge Salt county, came "back home" to take in Building. Finest in South. Magnesia, Sulphur, Crab Orchard, of Edgar Doty A WORD FOR MOTHERS his horse flesh, as grey gelding rode Cistern, Etc. Clean and Glassy Midway Grand Military Pageant and Athletic the best fair in the world, and reNew Hot and Cold Bath Demagnificient into Tournament. ceived a cordial welcome from thsir partments. Boating. Fishing. OPEN ENTIRE YEAR afterIt is a grave mistake-fohost of friends. mothers to neg- the combined ring Wednesday is said Stupendous Decorated Automobile Parade for Prizes Hunting. Fox Chasing. noon. By the way Mr. Doty lect their aches and pains and suffer Mrs. Sue Sam Blackerby, of In Lincoln county, Kentucky, on the lake IS feet deep. One and Henry county, who is one silence this only leads to chronic sick- to have turned down an offer of Great Fraternal Gathering for Friday of Fair Week Knoxville branch L. & N., 115 miles one-ha- lf miles of Dix river. $2,500 for the splendid fellow. The of the best of womankind, is on "a ness and often shortens life. from Louisville, 46 miles from LexFree Auction Sale of Pure-Bre- d If your work is tiring; if your nerves sue green roadster ring Wednesday aftervisit to friends and relatives in LinLivestock Thursday and MUSIC DANCING ington, 139 miles south of Cincinnati noon coln and Garrard. She is a cousin excitable; if you feel languid, weary or Judge afforded much merriment. Friday Long Distance Phone and Tele- RATES $2.00 PER DAY $10.00 Mackin gave the blue to Jno. Mr& Lee Stone and Mrs. Will depressed, you should know that Scott's of graph. 4 daily mails. ExEmulsion overcomes jusfsuch conditions. Rankin and the red to Clay Davis. Stone, of this place. $12.00 and $14.00 PER WEEK press. Large Auto Garage. possesses in concentrated form the After the strings had Nbeen placed Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Conwell, oL It Livery in Connection. Good Children Under 12 Years and Nurses Reduced R. R. Rates very elements to invigorate the blood, Bob and Jim Woods, who got left $40,000 in Premiums Turnpikes in all directions. Half Price to the latter's mother, Mrs. S. E. strengthen the tissues, nourish the nerves afforded the crowd much amusement by a genuine horse race. Their aniAddress W. J. GOOCH, Secretary Swimming Pool. Electric Lights strength. s' Owsley and other relatives and a,lso 3nd( J. B. WILLIS, Secretary, and own ice plant. Scctt's is strengthening- thousands of mals were pretty well matched in Suite 604 Republic Bldg. to attend to some important busiLouisville, Kentucky speed and they took it time about ness pertaining to the estate of the mothers nchwiU help you.; No alcohol. passingTennis, Baseball, Croquet CRAB ORCHARD, KY. each other. Both are unSc'-- Scott , late S. E. Owsley. UoomelKrc. Ji usually good reinsmen. Mon-ticel- lo Misses Gladys and Christine Mer-rit- t, of Danvillle, are the guests of Mrs. Bohon Campbell for the fair. Miss Adelia Russell, who is teaching school at Cedav Creek, is at her home for the fair. Col. and Mrs. J. C. Coulter and children, of ?Iilledgeville, came down Miss Jane Hocker. for the fair Thursday and are stopJ Miss Malinda Nave, of Harrods-bir- ping at the St. Asaph Hotel. is the guest of her cousins. Postmaster Pat Whipp. of Liberty, Misses Mary and Sallie Burdette. was down for the fair Thursday and Miss Marie Tarkington, of kept busy shaking hands with his is the euest of her brothers, the many friends. Mrs. Margaret Kerns Parks and Mesrs. Tarkington. Miss Lvdia McKee. of Atlanta, Ga. son Thomas Leon, of Perryville, are is here for the fair, the guest of Miss the guests of Mrs. J. R. Powell for Marv Vanoy. the fair. Dr. ard Mrs. Burdette Ramsey, of O. F. Cassidy, J. W. Duncan, J. Paint Lick, are the guests of their Von Gruenigan, Stanley Taylor and daughter. Mrs. John Bright. Brown Buford, of Nicholasville were Miss Mamie Holtzclaw. of Coving- here Wednesday. ton ard Mis Ella Mae Holtzclaw, of Rev. G. A. Frazier and wife, and Gilbert's Creek, are the guests of Mi-s- . Mattie Henson, of Villa Grove, 111., are visiting Col. W. D. Hanson Mis Ida Holtzclaw. Mrs. John Dinwiddie. Miss Virgin- and family at their home this side ia Dinwiddie and Master Jack Din- of Milledgeville. They will come in widdie, of Moreland were at the fair to the fair Friday. Wednesday. Miss Rebecca Lackey, of Harrods-burMrs. Ben Samuels and children, Miss Jane Adams, Mr. Ab and Mrs. Margaret Martin, of Mem- Adams, of Frankfort and Miss Marphis, Tenn., are the guests of Miss garet Sparks, of Mt. Vernon, are the guests of Miss Mary Bailey for the Elizabeth Jones. Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Eubanks and fair. Miss Lucille Eubank, of Danville are the euests of Mr. and Mrs. R. L. -g, le. of Bourbon county, are at the fair today. Miss Jennie Lawrence, of near Lancaster is the guest of Miss Maud Arnold. Miss Ruth Tanner, of McKinney, will leave Saturday to visit Miss Mary Breeding, at Columbia. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Walker, of Lan caster are fair guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Walker. Miss Levisa Harris, of Hubble is the fair guest of Miss Sue Taylor Engleman. Miss Frances Adair, of Lebanon is he attractive guest for the fair of son. Messrs. John Morrow and Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Anderson, of Mt. Sterling, are guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Woods. Miss Margaret Owei-streeof Parksville is the guest of her sister, Mrs. Ed Davis. Mrs. Eugene Dunn and daughter, of Hustonville, are guests of Mrs. Dan Traylor. Mr. Jack Phillips, of Eaton, Ga., is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Robert t, Lettle-to- n, Carter. Mrs. ard. Mrs. W. R. Todd. Mrs. J. E. Farris and Mrs. John Chenault, of Danville have been the guests of Mrs. Jennie Wearen. Mrs. S. E. Owsley has returned from a visit to friends at Crab Orch- Tenn., is the guest of her daughter, McGavock, of Nashville, cape. MOVIES! MOVIES! MOVIES! Big and clever H. T. Gartin, MarTonight, mutual "The Girl and ion's superb sheriff, was a popular the Game No. 6", Helen's Wild Ride, visitor at the fair yesterday. For Signal. Keystone Comedy. years Mr. Garten was an honorary Saturday, universal "A Fight of the Hustonville fair Love." (101 Bison) "Harmony Infor A and he has not lost interest in Lin- Flat," comedy (Rex). Animated coln county enterprises, notwith- News Weekly. standing the fact that Hustonville Monday, mutual, "The Cup Of no longer has a fair. Life," (N. Y. M. P. C). President W. H. Hoover, of the a iriaster picture featuring This is Bessie Knights of Pythias Fair at Nicholas- Barriscale. ville, which begins next Wednesday, Tuesday, paramount, "The Golden was over the first day of the fair, Chance," (Jesse L. Lasky). Featuraccompanied by Julius Von Grueni- ing and gan. They did some tall boosting This Wallace Reid "The Cleo Ridgley. picture and Cheat' ' are vice-preside- hands with almost everybody at the fair yesterday. He knows 'em all. James P. Tribble arrived last week from Akron, Ohio, for the fair. He left Sam Embry doing nicely there. Claiborne Walton had arrived the day before he left and was in quest of a job. Mack Hughes has five good ones and is getting his share of the blues with them. Mack has grown grey in the work of showing horses, but he gets better as the years accumulate. The Danville Military Band is all right, making SAveetcst music and an abundance of it. The Knights of Pythians on the music committee did the right thing when they got their friends over at Danville to furnish the music. Charley Sandidge looks as young as when he xfirst began showing horses back in the eighties. He always has a bread winner or so and invariably gets his share of the applause from the grand stand, and the blue ties as well. Col. John B. Dinwiddie, the auctioneer, of More-lanmakes an excellent ring master. His stentorian voice can be heard all over the grounds and he is always in the right place. The Colonel was made for the job. Editor D. M. Hutton and G. M. Ballard, of Mercer county were here Tuesday advertising the big sale of a splendid Mercer county farm which the latter will hold on August 29th. See his big advertisement with full description of the farm etc in another column. Mrs. T. L. Carpenter proved herself an excellent reinswoman by driving her pretty pony in the roadster ring for that class. She did not win but she had many friends in the crowd who thought that she should have gotten a tie. Ernest C. Pepples. the sixth division officer of the Industrial School at Greendale is at home for the K. P. Fair. "Pep" has had charge of this division for two years and has had all the way from 30 to 45 boys in charge and has never let any es"silver-tongued" d, lar collector of this district, shook Judge John W. Hughes, the popu- "fv3kf" ilfl OICJJUlIIaJ "f"r"llC M tILlo (JJLULL11C? i Ml 1111 111 1 jp fljjf Ijfp ' wherever you are, the same content and the same refresh- ment are yours for the asking in a cool, delicious glass of Ifll Ij Mm 1 p f Iw HJ MS Demand the genuine by full name nichnamca encourage substitution The Coca-Col- a Co. Atlanta, ga. Cccu-- i 10 if Iflf II II 1 Sp SEmEC $ff Sand for free hoe&et 37.c Acrzmnzs c !&$S 'eta" IPl ,? " sa mm f ""'4." iJfelWl-r'i- . fJ3Jf CHURCH NEVS pastor will Breach at the Methodist church Sunday morning at Sunday school as The ten-forty-fi- nt nine-thirt- y. fr Mid-dletow- n, g, Had Indigestion and Cramps Now This Danville Man Has - No Trouble With His Stomach Al-ler- Pen-nvbak- er - Way-nesbu- rg, m Honk INAJIFFI Honk d, Wil-mor- eec dt 30 Per Cent More Power g, Afoth.ers - a w, t -- Yyc-d- Te-tu- - KENTUCKY State FA! . I . Sahn ah Pnrrh w7 4 -- T3-V-- .,. I it ce-ir- I r 4-a- Camn-bellsbur- g, b'-l- d - - par- - Vr wT -- && t& X The Interior Journal, Stanford. Kentucky: Farm and Stock News - Friday, August 25, 1916. R6 1 Mftjr'ziTZBzt-Ezrzmy. Bl state For Sale NO. 50 141 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. a cow for $50. Robinson JIugueley, of Danville, sold to David Rankin Monday a horse mule for $120. Dick Martin, of Danville, paid to Shel Oatts on Monday the sum of $32.50 for a registered Berkshire George Crawford, on the Danville pike, sold to Walter Hiatt a colt by All Peavine for $100. J. 'Frank Smith sold 15 bushels of good wheat 'fie had on exhibition at the fair to Nathan C. Hicks, of the West End, yesterday at $2.50, sow that weighed 400 pounds. Dunagan Bros., of the Hubble section, sold to C. R. Martin at Danville 25 butcher cattle at from $5 to $6 a hundred pounds. The hustling trading firm of Oatts & Robison, of Boyle, sold five. Shorthorn calves to W. D. Williams, of Danville, early in the week at $34 a head. F. F. Sandidge, this side of bought 75 sheep from Col. Gil Cowan, of Hutonville late last week at $9 and 40 from Silas Mes-sof the Milledgeville section, at $10. B. F. Robinson has announced the sale of his splendid farm about half way between Danville and Lancaster. Read his big advertisement in another column; he has a splendid place and a lot of good stuff to sell. J. Lee Murphy, of the Hedgcville section, sold to W. T. Robinson, of mare Boyle, Monday a mule for $210. She was an extra fine animal and those who saw her said she was well worth the price. At Danville Monday Dick Martin sold to Pres Neal, of the Burgin section of Mercer county a cow and calf for $61.50. To J. C. Johnstone, the Danville trader, he sold another cow and calf for $52.50. Mr. Neal gave Mr. Martin $23.25 a head for three Taylor nice heifers, and - Mitchell naid him $33 for a yearling Jersey bull. two-year-p- Walter Hiatt sold to Felix White ld Mill-edgevil- le, er four-year-o- ld TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN NO. 142 151 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-- ;J NO. 145 84 acres; about four miles .from Stanford; two story frame dwelling of six rooms; halls and porches; newly painted and pr.pered; barn 50x60; failing cistern and four never 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. The waters used by 'Mrs. A. P. Hunn in her bfiarding house were collected by Drs. W. B. O'Bannon and J. G. Carpenter, members of the Lincoln County Board of Health, in utensils or containers and sent the Health Officer by the Kentucky State Board of Health under its special written directions to collect said waters. The containers were filled and locked by us Shd key sent to the Bacterological Department by mail. No typhoid baccilli were present. The doctors, madaman rumor and members of the Ananias Club are mistaken about the origin of recent cases of typhoid being at Mrs. Hunn's. Her place has been inspected by the Board of Health and she has used precautions to keep her place sanitary. Typhoid fever exists at present in many Kentucky towns and counties in Kentucky. Simple continued ;, worm fever; fever; mania the fever of a portu with congestion of the liver, kidneys and stomach and matrimon-ia- l fever and remittent fever, often resemble typhoid and the differential diagnosis very often or most often can not be made by the practician of typhoid fever for a week or ten days. Many physicians diagnose about every case of fever "typhoid" even if only lasts one week or two weeks. Typhoid fever is a specific disease, due to a specific bacillus o'f which only produces typhoid fever. Typhoid fever at the shortest period means six weeks or longer in bed with numerous complications and sequellae, and it takes months and a years or more to recover from typhoid fever and its para-typhoidauto-intoxicatio- n; NO. 143 :hr"',' acre farm located from Danville, Stanford and Lancaster; two story frame residence of six rooms, halls, three porches and pantries; an extra large stock barn and seven acre tobacco barn; three tenant houses; two good cisterns; branch; Hanging Fork on one side; large cistern at barn and good cistern at house; about 125 acres of this farm good bottom land and does not overflow; 100 acres in blue grass; timothy, and clover; balance in cultivation; plenty of locust posts; fine orchard; all necessary outbuildings, including smoke house, tool house, hen house and coal house, etc.; place right on pike; one mile from school and church; five 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. 360 complications. The soil often contains virulent typhoid germs six months or longer; people who have had typhoid fever though will become the carriers of typhoid fevers germs, and can convey the disease to other people. Water used at soft drink houses, restaurants, that are used in lemonade, sherbert and milk from some dairy or farm house where the spring or well is poisoned with typhoid germs and milk utensils washed in typhoid water can convey typhoid germs to those who use the milk. in conveying Flies are the most potent factors typhoid fever and all other contagious diseases. Catch and kill the flies. Everybody under sixty years of aee should be vaccinated with antityphoid serum or bacterius once a year. Do away with snrincs and wells; catch and kill all the flies; destroy by chemicals; boiling water; or fire all typhoid discharges from the bowels and kidneys; build a Kentucky tate Board of Health concrete underground' sanitary vault for your privies and sewerage, and use the individual drinking cup every day even at the Communion Table. Scald or peal all fruits and vegatables, then typhoid fever will be a disease of the past and not of the present and future. 67 It. fly-proof Respt. J. G. CARPENTER, Health Officer Lincoln County Kentucky. PUBLIC SALE Hughes & McCarty REAL ESTATE STANFORD, - KENTUCKY Dignity Dare gelding; 3 work mules: jack and a good one: 3 milk cows, heifone of them fresh; 2 ers; 3 suckling calves; 28 stock sheep; 130 stock hogs including some sows and pigs. Sale will begin at 10 o'clock A. M. Terms liberal and made known on day of sale. Col. John B. Dinwid-di- e, auctioneer. R. L. BERRY Hustonvilie, Ky. lowing live stock. Three brood mares 2 with colts at side; 3 Draft hordes, 1 On account of continued bad health, I will offer for sale on FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 1, 1916, at my barn 1 2 miles from Huston-vill- e, on the Stanford pike, the fol1-- PUBLIC SALE J.C. McCLARY f J. L Beazley & Co., Undertaker Office Phone 1G? -- - Embalmer Undertaker Home Phone 35 ICY. -- - Embalmer STANFORD, Phone 42, Stanford, Ky. I will sell at public auction at the home of my father, the late Alfred Davis, at Crab Orchard on SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER, 2 1916 beginning at 1 o'clock the following personal property. Farming implements: two two-horv wagons ; 1 Arnold buggy and harness, only used a year and half; 1 old phaeton; 2 good driving horses; 2 brood mares and colts; 1 aged mule; 1 old horse; 3 jersey cows and calves by side : 2 big red cows. Household and kitchen furniture too numerous to mention, some of it being old style; 1 sewing machine, good as" new new. Will accept bankable notes with interest for amounts over ten dollars. MRS. W. A. GOVER, Crab Orcakrd. se The weather has been extremely hot but they say that it has not been .S as hot as it will be yet. This is an ace of many New Remedies for a sraltitode cf ill. Bat 3':MT7 '.'.MJaslfcttTVJlt) you THE the iaith of thousands of suuerers lrom blood lmpcrj- Miss Essie Haney has returned tie3, remains with the old reliable 5. o. 1. It3 Gall Stones, Cancer and Ulcers of from Brodhead. reputation was won by merit alone, ana Liberty Those who attended the 13 retained bv the same contin- the Stomach and Intestines, tintia TTir. In IinrnjinitT. say they had good Yellow Jaundice, Ap- fair from here speak much of the' i crowds, but don't The vegetcble parity and supe. pendicitis and other fatal ailments stock. ' riority of S. S. S. is recognjzed by all from Stomach Trouble. ThouMcMullen died of what , who have taken it and received its benefits and result Mrs. Helen recommended bv them to all sufferers from blood dis sands of Stomach Sufferers owe was pronounced pellegra at the home ' eases. Rheumatism, Catarrh. Malaria, and many forms of Skin P. McAninch J. of her Disease, czc some of the blood's worst enemies but will surely their complete recovery to Mayr's Friday taVYEAEsA give way to the influence of S. S. S. afternoon. She had been ill Wonderful Remedy. Unlike any for more than a year tho her condiGet the Genuine S. S. S. ot Your Drugjlst. other for Stomach Ailments. For tion did not become serious until a sale by The Penny Drug Store, Stan- few months ago. She was about 55 ford, Ky., and druggists everywhere. years of age, a mender of the d Green River church and a good woman. Funeral services were PUBLIC SALE PUBLIC SALE afternoon conducted late Hogs and the remains Saturday rest in the Heat Kills Fine laid to Green River cemetery. As executor of the will of A. G. Mrs. J. B. Floyd died Saturday at OF FINE FARM, MULES, HORSES, Hon. W. G. Gooch Sustains Heavy Chrisman, deceased, I will, on Saturher home, two milee from town. The CATTLE, HOGS AND PONIES. Loss in Death of Best Hog remains were brought here Sunday day, September 2, 1916, at two morning and after a beautiful funIn order to dissolve the partner- o'clock, P. M. in front of Hunn & The first serious loss of stock at eral service by Rev. J. W. Beagle were laid to rest in the Midlleburg ship of Haselden and Garrison, we Coffey's store, in Moreland, Ky., sell the fair grounds this year was the cemetery. two miles south of at public outcry, to the highest and death of Hon. W. G. Gooch's fine Baptist association which will at the farm, The thoughbred Red Berkshire boar Lit- was held here last week was well at- Lancaster, on the Stanford pike, best bidder, the farm owned by A. G. Chrisman at his death, and being tle Prince. The animal is believed tended and was thought by many to beginning at ten o'clock A. M. most interesting held FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 1, 1916, his old home place, lying one mile to have become overheated while be- have been the here during several yars. We noted ing driven to the fair grounds Mon- the following preachers present; offer for sale the BOONE WAY east of Moreland, consisting of nineday. He became ill and died Tues- Rev. E. N. Cookley, Waynesburg; FARM, containing about 51 2 acres ty acres of land. Aber-nathThis farm is well improved, under of land, six acres of which is in today and his carcass was removed W. G. Tilford, Eubank; A. R. president of Russell Creek bacco and new land for tobacco for fence, in excellent neighborhood, The from the grounds that afternoon. loss is a very severe one for Mr. Academy, Campbellsville ; Bro. Wood several years to come, 18 acres in convenient to churches, schools, and Gooch, who had counted upon this Williamsburg; Prof. Ragland, from corn and 8 acres in cow peas. The railroad station, being within one Coker and Owens. animal taking the blue in the sweep- Georgetown; Rev. Rev. Brandenburg, balance being in grass. The growing mile of them. It is chiefly down in crops are sufficient proof of quality mag- Pleasant Point; stake for a certainty. He was a brand nificent specimen of this popular Hustonvilie and Rev. Chick, pastor at of the land. This place has pantry, grass. Here is aa bargain for the home-farIt man looking for breed and was valued by his owner Liberty. The meeting next year will new seven room house, with be held with Pleasant Point church front and back porch, two cabinet lies in the best section of Lincoln, at several hundred dollars. Little He was and Rev Chick was chosen to preach mantels, is well arranged, well paint- county. Prince was a sermon. Terms easy, and made known on ed and covered with good tin plate. the sire of a large number of fine the annual Mrs. Elmer Payne, of Eu- It is in the graded school district and the day of sale. Mr. and young pigs. bank came over to the association in lies on the famous "Boone Way," executor of tte wil an automobile but had to come by one of the best turnpikes in Central Edward Alcorn, WALKER LOSES FINE SOW way of "Robin Hood's barn" to get Kentucky. Terms are liberal. of A. G. Chrisman, deceased. 63-Another fine Red Berkshire suc- here. There were others from EuAt the same time will sell several cumbed to the heat Tuesday night, bank in attendance but we failed to head of cows and calves, one extra when Woods Walker, of Paint Lick, get their names. J. M. Reynolds was good Hereford bull; 19 yearling heifPUBLIC SALE lost his "Little Princess." She be over, from Waynesburg. In fact an ers; 11 yearling steers and a lot of came very warm coming over in a association without Jimmie would be Duroc hogs, all pure bred; 17 long car, and died notwithstanding all a complete failure. yearling and fouv Of Bluegrass farm of 354 acres Rev. J..L. Dotson and C. T. mules, broken to work; one mare and stock and farming implements. Havthat could be done for her. She was about 18 months old and easily Claunch and wife were here from colt by side and with foal to jack; ing made arrangements to chsage Harrodsburg. . worth $100. horse; one one my business and to quit farming, I Dr. Walter, of Lancaster is here unbroke mule; one yearling will, on to halter; one six Great Roadster Mare doing some dental work. little son. white pony, broke Shetland stallion, TUESDAY, AUG. 29, 1916, Mrs. Clara Sharp and year-ol- d spotted Murrell went to Liberty Saturday to the best you ever saw; one four at 10 A. M. sharp., sell to the highest vear-ol- d spotted pony marc with colt bidder, the following tract of land Be visit relatives. Uncovered by Senator Hubble To Jesse Fredrick was here during the by side and one spot- and stock etc., at my farm where I Shown Here This Week. association soliciting funds to be us- ted pony with colt by side. now live on the Danville and Pleaed in building a church on the road At the same time a lot of farming sant Hill pike, 6 miles from HarrodsGreat interest has been aroused in leading from Mt. Salem to Kidd;s implements, including wagons, bug- burg, 3 miles from Pleasant Hill and gies," automobiles, hay presses, gaso- 2 miles from Burgin, Ky. The farm the sweepstake roadster ring at the store. purWilliam fair, which will be decided Friday, by chased the Norris, who has latelyhead- line engines, Dix cutting boxes, wheat is one of the best in the county and McCormack farm is drills, and lots of things too numer- has a new frame residence cf eight reason of the fact that Senator R. L. rooms, with bascrient; has furnace; Hubble's mare Ailsa Page will be the ing this movement and has contribut- ous to mention. Burgoo and plenty of dinner serv- all new built in 1915; a beautiful contender for the blue in this event. ed liberally to the fund. .Mr. Fredrick assured us that the er on the ground. Come and bring driveway to pike; outbuildings of evThis great harness mare has been sweeping all before her in the show church was a go and that the people your friends. ery kind, stock barn, two tobacco rings during the present season. were determined in their efforts. barns; good fencing and everlasting HASELDEN BROS.. LANCASTER, water. A good cistern at back door, Mack Hughes, of Danville has been Announcement was made Thurs KENTUCKY. and driving her, and he has a fine spring near dwelling, and stock: rnet with really serious com- day that the committee of railroad CAPT. A. M. BOURNE, Auctioneer. can get twatar- - from every fieW. neve r petition, save at Perryville, where presidents have agreed to accept There are two splendid tenant houses fronts on pike nn the judges placed her second, tho President Wilson s proposal of an 8 men, WORD ADS andthe farm. The landperfectly level. many thought that she should have hour day for railroad higher provid CENT -about 200 acres freight had the blue without a question. Al- ing they can obtain There are 200 acres of iemp and torates. (Ads here arc 1 cent a vord each issue, cash bacco land. This farm will be sold together she has been shown nine with order; nc ad less than 25c each issue.) in three different tracts, and then as times and has won eight blues and SINGLETON'S STORE one red. Her money winnings so far FOR SALE 2 Ford cars, at my a whole. have amounted to close to $.400, and 1st TRACT 110 ACRES With The farmers are rejoicing over the Garage. D. Balicu, Stanford. 66 2 main dwelling and tobacco and stock the fair season is not over yet. The recent good rains. tenant house. barn and one hardest competition Ailsa Page met Mr. Charlie Rankin, Mr. Hayden FOR SALE 25 ewes and a good I This fronts the pike and lies south of was at Lawrenceburg last week. A Leavel, Mr. Dave Kennedy and Mr. b buck. Walter McKinney, Mt. Salem, driveway. crack roadster from Frankfort was M. Helm are camping with their fam- Ky. 65 i. brought over to beat her, but she ilies at Mix Springs and are doing 2nd TRACT, 80 ACRES 70 acres level as a floor, facing pike, without the Frankfort wonder off its some fox hunting while there and en trotted FOR SALE Three thoroughbred of fine feet in no time, and won as she please- joving life to the fulllest. Jersey heifers, Mrs. Bud Holderman, any improvements, but plentysplendid Several running water. d." So far never yet has Ailsa Page A pretty good crowd attended the 64 4. building sites. "broken" while being shown, anu she stock sale of J. T. Wells and all of Stanford. 3rd TRACT, 164 ACRES With a appears to improve with hard work. the stock sold fairly well. 's three-rooFOR SALE High grade tenant house and plenty Senator Hubble bought the mare Mr. Bishop, of Louisville, who is old Poll Angus bull calf. J. of water. This tract of land will about a year ago from Sterling Cur operatnng a ditching machine on the 66 tf. bring fine hemp and tobacco. It tis and drove her all winter to his R. H. Bronaugh farm is diong fine W. Baughman, Stanford. bugy going to and from his farm. work having received 6 car loads of FOR SALE My residence on East fronts within 300 yards of good pike, also fronts on good dirt kine. It lies Her appearance in the Stanford tiling and will receive 10 more in the Main street. Apply to E. L. Rein-har- t. directly east of the other tracts apd ring will be watched with great in- near future. 66 tf this division can be made without interest by the home folks of her ownMr. Henry Messer went to Carters- terfering with the other, all parts beer. Experienced horsemen who have vine to see a doctor of that little RUBBER TIRING Have your ing well supplied with watei. seen her, have urged Senator Hubble village. fair CATTLE 30 head heifers; 25 to secure an entry for her in the Mr. James Dyehi.ase sold 13 shoats Rubber Tires put on beforePence, S10 to $14. E. T. long yearling steers; 10 short yearbig roadster stake at the state fair, to Andy Tedford for five dollars a time. 63 tf. ling heifers, all red; 3 good milk and he may decide to do so, if she Charles Davis bought a good milk Jr., Stanford. cows, will calve in September; sevkeeps up her good work. cow from T. Noland at a fancy price am prepared to eral head of suckling calves. VACCINATE I head. 4 head MULES AND HORSES AUTO ACCIDENT FATAL vaccinate for anthrax, black leg and diseases. John Cook, of extra good work mules; 3 head of all other stock Dr. B. E. Taylor, of Columbia who 65 4p. horses. Stanford. PUBLIC SALE was injured early in the week in an WagFARMING IMPLEMENTS auto accident on the Cnmpbellsville FOUND At the Epsom well near ons, plows, harrows, binders, mow& Columbia turnpike, four miles Of Land, Stock, Crop, Implements. Crab Orchard, a pocketbook. Owner ers, wagon and buggy harness, one north of Columbia when the car in Having decided to quit farming, I notify phone No. 1, Crab Orchard, good buggy and numerous other artiwhich he was riding and driven by will, on his daughter-in-laplunged off a WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 20 identify contents and pay forthis cles. YERMS cash when 67 2 bridge and turned turtle, died Wed- Sell to the highest bidder my farm advertisement. deed is made and balance in four nesday morning at his home at containing 187.58 acres. This place FOR SALE No. 40 Ross ensilage payments, bearing 6 per cent interis located three miles from Danville cutter, 30 foot pipe, est with lien on land for deferred on the Danville and Lancaster pike. gasoline engine on trucks. Albert payments. Seeding privileges given Is well watered by a creek on one Schuler, Waynesburg, Ky., R. D. 1. at seeding time and full possession 65-4- p side of it and five never failing on January 1, 1917. All personal property will be sold on four months springs. The land is in a hjgh state FOR SALE Extra fine richly time, without interest, on all sums of of cultivation. Will grow fine hemp, tobacco, corn and wheat. The resi- bred Shorthorn cattle bulls, heifers ana over; au unaer mat, casn. dence is a new modern bungalow and cows. It will pay you to get my I will take pleasure in showing the with seven rooms and two big halls. figures. J. M. Owsley, Roachdale, farm to anyone who may be a pros67 lp pective buyer before day of sale. Water, lights and furnace. The wat- Indiana. er is pumped from a never-failin- g There will be about 100 acres for It is time" you were spring by a ram and a gasoline en FOR RENT 280 acre farm for wheat this fall and about 175 acres gine into 18,000 gallon concrete tank the year 1917. 200 acre grass mea- for hemp, corn and tobacco next seeing about that on an elevation above the house. It dow, balance for cultivation. Apply year (1917). This farm is not over is one of the best improved farms be to Swinebroad, the Real Estate Man, mile from Graded School tween Danville and Lancaster, hav Lancaster, Ky. 66 2 and church and one of the best of ing two large new tobacco barns on neighborhoods in the state and in the corn it, two stock barns, one 300-bb- l. FURNITURE, Mattings, Druggets, bet farming part of Mercer county. crib with a set of scales in shed. Hen Rugs, Wall Paper, Lace Curtains, Write me or call up, phone No. 288-- R house, meat house, tenant house, etc. John I. Van Arsdale, Auctioneer. Place is all under fence. At the Window Shades, Trucks, Suit Cases. Pictures and Mouldings. W. A. Trib- - G. M. BALLARD, Harrodsburg, RJX 1 I will sell You've been thinking same time and mules One Horses 42tf ble, Stanforc. saddle mare in foal, lady's, mare; of building for some family mare, trotting one STRAY Sow, black with red spots filly by Ce- - smooth mark on left ear, came to bred; one walking my place July 25th. Owner can get time. cihan Todd; one colt; one buggy pony, gentle, for wo- the same by paying for this adver men and children; one tisement and for Keeping. K. 1j. In no other way can 67 lp. Shetland pony, broken; two pair Vanoy. mare mules. coming you obtain such feed FOR SALE 1 twelve horse interJacks and Jennets One jack by Blue Grass King and out national gasoline engine; 1 intereconomy for your stock. OF of jennet by Hubble's Beecher; one national ensilage cutter burs and jennet; one crushes in pood condition and has BOURBON POULTRY You cannot spend any jennet. not been used to hurt. Cheap if Cattle 50 yearling cattle; six taken bv Sent. 1st. J. W. Henson, CURE 65 4p. cows and calves; one jersey heifer, R. D. 1, Moreland, Ky. money on your farm to well bred; fifteen calves; down the throat ot a eapinz chicken, destroys the worms the Hogs Nine reg. O. NOTICE The better advantage. And gilts; four registered I. C. bears and King's Mountain members of Teleand saves the chick's life. O. I. C. sows: Farmers' A few drops in the drinking v pigs; 30 fat hogs. four sows and phone company will meet at the water cores ani . silo to the only kind-o- f Farming Implements, Etc. One schoolhouse at Highland next SaturPREVENTS DISEASE rubber tire Moyer buggy; one 20th day, Aug. 26th, for the purpose of For the treatment have is a century manure spreader; one two-hor- electing new officers. C. W. Lov- - and Blackhead and of White Diarrhoea in chicks other diseases tnrkeys old hickory wagon; one two-hor- ell. President. 662 BOURBON POULTRY CURE HASinNO solid wheel fodder wagon; one EQUAL Superior Wheat Drill; one Superior FARM FOR RENT 142 acres of disc har- fine land for 1917; this is one of the! Grass Seeder; one bottle disc harrow, new; best farms m Lincoln county; about One SOcam a makes 12 Qallons of medicine row; one large breeder of fancy ""I rol- four miles from Stanford, on the one new corn planter; one iron poultry and show birdsr-- I have been Which is there forever ler; a lot of metal chicken coops and Hustonvilie pike. Anyone interested using Bourbon Poultry Cure for the hog houses; two smoothing harrows; in Stanford Mon when you have it made two No. 3 Vulcan turning plows; two will please see meor is. D. Carter, at past seven years and never lose a day, August 28th chicken with disease, and I attribute No. 20 Oliver Chilled plows; one fod- St. Asaph Hotel. C. L. Carter. 66-- 3 my success to the use of this woncultivader sled; one horse derful remedy. Have cured several one Deer-in-g tor; lot blacksmith tools; FOR SALE privately, the S. E. mowing machine; one Deering Owsley farm of 220 acres; large 2- - bad cases of roup and other infectious with it, therefore binder; one hay raker; two sets good story, colonial brick residence, cel- speak diseaseexperience when 1 say I from it buggy harness; several sets wagon lar, cistern, two barns, smoke house, cures. I heartily recommend it to plow gear. buildings; my poultry raising friends and tenant Iiouse, and other in this and About 200 barrels corn, lot of bal- situated in heart of the Blue Grass adjoining counties, as tho greatest ed straw, household and kitchen fur- section; rich limestone soil in excel- remedy have ever used for the cure I niture. lent state of cultivation; in Lincoln Terms easy and made known on county, near towns of Danville. Lan and prevention of poultry diseases." Jno. O. Reid, Stanford, Ky. day of sale. Dinner served on the caster and Stanford where there are grounds. Sale begins promptly at excellent churches ana schools, will " be sold at a bargain. For particulars Sold in Stanford STANFORD, : : KY. 9:30. B. F. ROBINSON address Mrs. W. R. Rice, Southern Lincoln Pharmacy 57-- tf Hotel, Jackson, Tenn. COL. I. M. DUNN, Auctioneer. Auto-Intoxicatio- masasss Middleburg $ Something New Every Day s3? n, son-in-la- w, kind-hearte- 1-- y, m. three-year-ol- d. 4t two-year-o- ld three-year-o- ld two-year-o- ld five-year-o- ld A five-roo- m seven-month- m w. One-four- th eight-horse-pow- er Mr. Farmer ;u one-four- th SILO -- three-year-o- ld six-year-- se se ! Concrete Silo PHILLIPS BROS., by The i"! ,