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Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1912): September 1, 1916 Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1912) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Shelton M. Saufley Stanford, KY 1916 int1916090101_sn85052023 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1912): September 1, 1916 Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1912) Shelton M. Saufley Stanford, KY 1916 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. This Paper Stops When Your Time Is Up. See Date on Your Label Established 1860.57th Year.-N- o. The Interior Journal 69 Stanford, Lincoln County, Kentucky,! Friday, September I-. This Label Is Either Rei ceipt or a r- ,nat s Does V vg to You? 1916. Tuesdays and Fridays TWO TO COUNTY ELECTION COMMISSIONERS NAM ED BY STATE BOARD REFUSE EDUCATION KOLY ROLLER REFUSES TO SEND CHILDREN TO SCHOOL Met At Mt. Moriah Christian Sunday School Convention Had Delightful Session. Good Roads Boosters THIS CONCERNS YOU IF YOU ARE AN I. J. SUBSCRIBER The Interior Journal regrets to be compelled to announce that on and after October , 91 6 its subscription price will be $1 .50 a year. d This step is made absolutely necessary if the paper is to be at a profit, and unless it is published at a profit, it cannot be published at all. Plain white paper, upon which the I. J. is printed, has almost trebled in price in the last six months. Newspapers all around us increased their subscription price as the cost rof white paper went up, but the I. J. held down to $ a year as long as it possibly could. The Richmond papers, the Harrodsburg papers, the Danville papers arid scores of others have been selling at $1.50 a year for some time. In order to make this advance in price as easy as possible on its many subscribers, the I. J. will give them ample time to protect themselves if they so desire, at the old $ rate. Subscriptions for as many years in advance as the subscriber wishes to pay for, will be received at $ a year, up to October st, next. After that date, $ will pay; for the paper for eight months only; the rate for six months will be 7 5c, and for three months 40c all subscriptions being payable strictly cash in advance, paper stopping when time for which it is paid has expired. Now. is certainly the time to subscribe. 1 1 pub-lishe- Will Come Thru. Stanford From Bristol, On September 5th. The Lincoln County Christian Sunday School Convention was held on Judge Bailey Fines Two Women $5 Tuesday, August 29, at Mt. Moriah, with Rev. D. M. Walker, president Each Under Provisions Of The presiding. Inspiring addresses were Compulsory Education Law delivered during the day. The devotional exercises were conArguing that "worldly wisdom is ducted by the Mt. Moriah church. foolishness in the sight of God," "Mrs. Rev. A. H. Baugh,- of Hustonville gave an interesting address on "The J. E. Johnson, who lives below refused to send her children North Middletown Church Institute." to public school, and when brought The Cradle Roo? Department and before Judge Bailey in county court "How to Observe Cradle Roll week" here Thursday, she gave that as her were discussed by Miss Emma Hays. reason for not obeying the compul- Mrs. H. D. Phillips, who is a widesory education law, under the pro- awake Sunday School worker, gave a visions of which she was cited into splendid talk on "The School of Methcourt bv County School Inspector ods," which she attended in LexingW. H. W. Reynolds. Mrs. Johnson is ton in June. Two of the most interesting feasaid to be a Holy Roller, and she tures of the day were the addresses gave the above as Scriptural cause the Bible on "The New Standard for not educating her two children Efficiency." and "Seeingof America," ages of 7 and who are between the 12. She came into town accom- by Rev. Walter E. Frazee, our state panied by five small children, the worker, of Louisville. pastor Rev. L. of the balance of her brood being under Mt. Moriah N. Bowling, church, delivered a splenage. Mrs. Mary Hail was also school Status did address arrested on a similar charge. Judge of the Ruralon "The PresentBowling Church." Rev Bailey fined the two $5 and costs. the Mrs. Johnson asked the court to send claims thatplace Rural church should of prominence, her to jail but Judge Bailey gave occupy isa hindered by the lack of but ento secure the that it her 15 days in which ergy, financial matters and incommoney, at the end of which time, he pleteness Mr. Bowling of said that he would have her brought is very muchrural life. in the Rural interested in and placed in jail if she did not Churches and is willing to do all in pay the fine. his power to' help raise the standard William Mobley, a Crab Orchard of the Rural Church. negro, was held to the grand jury Mr. H. G. Skiles, cashier of the under 50 bond on a charge of de- Crab Orchard Banking Company of serting his infant children, which is Crab Orchard, was among the speaknow a felony. He is said to be work- ers of the day and added much to the ing in Garrard. Will Adams went program. on his bond. A sumptuous dinner was served at The case against Ray Boone, who the dinner hour by the ladies of the vfes charged with obstructing the Mt. Moriah church. public highway, was continued. To the Roll Call of Schools by Rev. Way-nesbu- rg Good road boosters from Bristol, Va. Tenn., will be in Stanford, Col. Harris and Geo. D. Florence September oth en route to Lexington Represent Their Parties On to attend the big roads convention at Lexington. The official announceLincoln County Board. ment of the tour out in advance reads Secretary T. W. Pennington, of the State Board of Election Commissioners was in Frankfort Thursday at which time the state board named democratic and republican members of the county boards, the sheriff in each county constituting the third member of the board. Col. S. T. Har ris, who has served in this capacity in Lincoln for a number of vears. was reappointed as democratic mem 1 ber for Lincoln county, with George D. Florence as republican member. Other board appointments in this section of the state were as follows, the first named in each case being the democratic member, and the scond the republican: Adair G. F. Reed, J. O. Russell. and others. Anderson J. T. Burtain, Goodloe The party will leave Bristol at fi Searcy. A. M. Sept. 4th, and arrive at CumBell M. H. Rhorer. Joe Bosworth. berland Gap, Tennessee, at 4:15, Boyle Eugene Polk, J. L. Butler. Middlesboro 5:00, and will spend the Casey R. B. Young, Eli Wesley. 1 night at Pineville. Except at Pine-villGarrard James Clark, R. H. Bat-so- n. the meetings will be addressed 1 from the speakers cars, so as to save Jessamine C. C. Glass, Jas. Turtime, and it is expected that a large ner. audience will assemble at each town 1 1 Laurel J. E. Stringer, J. E. Ches-wir- e. to hear from the party of Virginians. On September 5th the party will Madison G. M. Smith, C. C. Walhold meetings at Barboursville, Cor-bi- lace. London, Livingston, Mt. Vernon, Mercer Geo. Keenon, G. M. Bix-le- r. Crab Orchard and Stanford, and the schedule of these meetings will be Pulaski C. F. Vanhook, W. M. announced next week. It is especi- Catron. ally desired that each town along Rockcastle W. A. Cox, W. G. Bak- Boone Way send one or more cars with the party to Lexington, where Shelby E. M. Davis, W. C. Stout. Wayne Isaac Wr.lk, D. E. the good road enthusiasts from all over the Southern Appalachian TerThe charge against Ella Vande-vee- r, Frazee, ten churches responded with ritory will gather to discuss matters delegates and twenty-seve- n abusing and sixty-thre- e colored, of using relating to improve roads. A numvisitors. insulting language and "calling out TODAY LAW will The officers elected for the ensuHumphries, was Royal" Somerset Fair Fine Eighth in Good Shape ber of distinguished gentlemen who DOVEdove lawEXPIRES today and of her name" Mrs. "Battle expires The D. M. Walker, address the Convention, and all continued on acccount of an absent ing year are: Rev. the gunners of the county will goto acwill derive pleasure President; Mr. H. G. Skiles, witness. Alleged To Have Enlivened Cay Wish Lincoln Sends Big Crowds And The For Old Time Democratic Majority attend valuable information onand vi- the fields in large numbers to enjoy Miss Emma Hays, secquire and the Georee C. Hushes, aged 72, of retary. The next convention will be Horses Get The Blues. Says, Col. Evans After Tour. the sport. The State Fish and Game ing Party Down in Casey. tal subject of good roads. the McKinney section charged with held at Crab Orchard. Commission will make an effort to loindecent exposure of person, was Col. Robert G. Evans, of Danville, cate and punish to the fullest extent 1. The crowd at the Somerset Middleburg, Sept. dismissed. was estimated at 7,000 to who is on the state Campaign Advis- HUSTONVILLE GRADED SCHOOL of the state law. all persons who vioNews comes from Hatter Creek of Crab Orchard. late the provisions of the present to have 8,000 and Lincoln county people ory Committee, was in Stanford on a battle royal that is said Hustonville, Sept. 1 game laws pertaining to the protectbeen fought there several days composed a considerable portion of Thursday, returning from Madison of Hustonville, Strike May Be Averted Hon. D. B. Edmiston, of Louisville, since, two of the participants being it. The excursion that ran from and other counties in this end of the, i The Graded School iuonaay, aepi. ion of doves. It should be remem"in reopen on " rr by all hunters that first, a licame this week to see his brother, highly esteemed minor officials of the Danville to Somerset was crowded aonxP?n,e 1916. We trust all parents, bered must be secured from the councense Helm. They found LnfrAnc Strong Hand Seems To Mr. John Edmiston. who is growing county, of the small calibre order. It when it left McKinney and by the bj Wils n's ,i wi,irn ,r very feeble. seems, as reports go, that the bellig-ren- ts time it had taken on- crowds at King's Uemocratic nrosnects in sn1nrli"rl at the opening of school. All children ty clerk and be in possession of the Have Warded Off Crisis Mrs. Kate Slaughter Carson and had gone fishing and as is cus- Mountain and Waynesburg, stand- shape all thru this section. Col. both of common and high school hunter in the field as very likely Game Mary, J. announcement on the Hisses Rosa andClaudia of New Orleans tomary on an occasion of that kind ing room was above par. Not only Evans says that factional politics grodes shoulld start to school on the Warden S. if a Embry will be close With the Holman. Mr. had taken along a sufficient quantity did Lincoln county furnish her full withinthe party have all been laid are with Mrs. about, and hunter is found with part of the railroad brotherhoods John Carson, of New Orleans joined quota of people, but she sent down a aside and every democrat is looking first day and be regular in attend- out a license or without it is in his late Thursday that passage cf the his family here at noon Wednesday of booze to be used in case of snake ance that their work may count for possession a fine to rroposed eight-holaw would be re- leaving with them for their home at bites. Things ran smoothly until lot of horses that proved themselves solely to the success of Woodrow Wil- the most possible to them in the pre- will be assessed. of from $5new $25 law Under the got still bread winners. Among them were son and the ticket in November. Col. sent school year. We believe that they got rough, and they garded as a satisfactory settlement 5 P. M. rougher till the air smelled of sul- Calvin C. Carpenter, E. P. Carpen iivans says that there is no doubt we are beginning the greatest year jonly fifteen doves can be killed by grew in on their part the belief Mr. Skiles' brother from Shelby-vill- e phur, and stones and clubs were ter, Collins A. Moore, Charles T. of the election of Wilson, and that in any one day, and this Washington that means had been dishistory of our Graded and one hunter is his guest. brought into use. The battle occu- Sandidge, Stuart Sandidge an,d John Kentucky and the old Eighth dis- in theschool. May all try to make provision will be strictly enforced.. prevent the nationwide covered to High Mr. and Mrs. Skiles The new dove law permits killiner e The rings were all trict will go democratic by several B. Dinwiddie. railroad strike. Both the Senate and the Junior Endeavors at entertained pied the space of their home hours. When the smoke cleared- well filled with a good class of stock majorities. Col. Evans was well pleas- this statement true. We will have as from the first day of September until House took ud consideration of ihe last Friday afternoon. Thirty-fou-r teacher of the Seventh and Eighth ed legislation today and when finally sweet little tots gathered there and the only visible results were a few and the races were close and excit- he with conditions in Lincoln, where grades, Mr. W. B. Reeves. Mr. Reeves the sixteenth day of October, both found democrats solidly for the comes to us from the Normal school days included. bloody noses and some bruises that ing. In the $400 trot or pace Nim passed by both houses, the measure indulged games, races and talks, ticket, with no disaffection, and all JNo Buster drove Homer Baughman, raiswill be rushed tothe president for his from 3 toin5 P. M. Then they were were of but little consequence. of Richmond. He has had experience signature. Little opposition is being treated to a large dish of fruit ice, further trouble is anticipated, as ed by John S. Baughman, of Boyle anxious toa see this county go demo-crai- both in common and graded school ENTERTAINED FOR MISS TILLY by manifested bv the republicans. The which they certainly enjoyed. Mrs. peace is said to have been declared to a winning finish, taking the last ity over the greatly increased major- teaching. We bespeak for him great Miss Marv Elizabeth McKinney close figure of last year. railroads insist that in addition to George Stephenson and Misses May-m- e and the belligerents are in a posi- three of the four heats. Lawrence success as teacher in our school. A entertained the Sewing Circle WedRogers, of Danville, won the first law the rest of the the eight-hou- r fact worthy of notice is that our nesday morning at her home on LanMesl tion to go before the next grand jury president's program must be passed ser Holman and Mary Shepherdenter- and declare that it was only a "sham heat with Walter Stone. The runschool is to have two teachers giv- caster avenue in honor of her charmBo wen assisted Mrs. Skiles in the before the situation will be accepta- tainment. Those parents who fail fight" and the officials mentioned ning race for plug horses created ing entire time to High School work. ing guest. Miss Vivian Tilly, of the much interest, as did the- - half mile Mr. C. A. Moore and Stewart and This we have not had heretofore. South. Several members of the Cirble to them and the passage of the to send their little ones to this junior were playfully acting as umpires. Rodger Bros.' mill at Teddy, this dash for thoroughbreds. There were Charley Sandidge left with their Our Board of Education has been cle besides a few guests were preeight-holaw alone may precipitate work are certainly robbing their chilcounty, burned Friday night. The close finishes in both. a court fight on their part. most fortunate in securing the ser- sent and the morning was most agreedren of great advantages for Mrs. loss is pretty heavy as they did quite j were operated on the grounds and horses for the Somerset fair. Mr. and Mrs. K. L. Martin, of Tur vices of Miss Mamie Yancy as assis- ably spent. After a social hour at Skiles and Mrs. Stephenson are ex an extensive business in shingles and the sports patronized them with libHigh teacher. Miss Yan the home the party was escorted to erting themselves to teach them ev rough and dressed lumber. HANSON CLAY erality. In the roadster ring Bob nersville were visiting their brother, tant aladySchool known to the school the Princess where refreshments were :ur. ueorge Uottey, Sunday. well cy is erything they can and things their Mr. and Mrs. Jasan Coffey and Mr. Mitchell, of Harrodsburg, won first At the home of the bride in the people of Hustonville and Lincoln served. The enjoyable forenoon was Mr. don't take time to tell and family Moreland section on Wednesday, Miss busy mothers few years these little and Mrs. McD. Fogle motored to money with the gelding that came at the John Vaught Saturday. were county. She spent last year in the spent by the following: Misses Emthem. In a State Fair Ella S. Hanson, the attractive daugh- ones will know more about religion Turnersville Sunday to hear Rev. second to Senator's Hubble's mare Hays. Mary Moore Raney, Lottie at Nashville The chicken thieves are busy in University of Tennessee, from school ma Gabbert preach and took dinner with in the big roadster ring at the K. of ter of Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Henson, than many grown-upCarson. Lvles Cooper, Nancy Yeag- and comes to us fresh P. S. Murphy. . here. Sam Pope, of Boyle, this locality. They got about fifty was united in matrimony to M. D. by the name of Spears, of Mr. and Mrs. J. contracted for sev- got Fair red. Mitchell also defeated at Mr. James McGirr's Saturday with renewed energy .and enthusias-ias- er. Sallie Mills Craig and visitor, A the W. P. Kincaid Clay, of Houston, Va. The groom is New man went speeding thru town for school work-- This added Miss Sadie Baughman, of Danville. a prosperous automobile dealer of in hisYork some days ago at sixty-fiv- e eral crops of tobacco in this section Pope in the double team roadster night and he has got good trail of ability makes her a valuable addition Elizabeth Higgins. Marv Early, Vivauto them but has not found his chickens to our faculty for the present year. ian Tilly and Marv Elizabeth and ring, as he did here. 10 to 12 cents. his home town. The two had been or seventy miles per hour. Po- last week at from a Yosemite youth yet. s, Bill Richardson, sweethearts for vears and the an- lice Judge Corum attempted to halt The other teachers are the same as Letty Walker McKinney and marriage does was arrested and lodged in the jail George Statcm and family have last year. Miss Kate Bogle, Primary: nouncement of their C. A. and Robert Carter. telephoned so he him without News of the Churches moved to White Oak in Boyle. a warrant sworn out not come as a surnrise to thir im- ahead to Mr. avail Miss Sadie Baughman, Intermediate; William Riggs, Marshal at Liberty on Spears. It seems that by Mrs. John Mrs. Clay will be mediate friends. Mr. Pence Messer and wife have S. S. Robinson, Principal and Miss Members of the Crab Orchard and lin Richardson, who makes a specialty PICTURE SHOW PARTY who arrested missed in the West End of the coun- at Livinerston. sending a check to Christian church have inauguarated returned from Indianapolis and say Anna Floyd, Music. ed Mr. Spears Miss Nancy Yeager was hostess at ty, where she has a large circle of Crab Orchard for $28.20. He was of general deviltry went to the home a campaign to raise $1,200 for the that there is no place like Old Kain-tuck- ." a theater party on Wednesday eveher in the absence friends. riding in a seven passenger Euick of Mrs. Spears raised a racket ofwith purpose of building a new Sunday ning given in honor of Miss Vivian husband and car.. You had better be careful how her little boys. When Mrs Spears school room and making other The Latest War News Mr. George Coffey has moved his Tilly, of Cave Soring, Ga. CUPID'S DOINGS you drive thru our little citty or the remonstrated with him he turned on saw mill on Harris' Creek and they attendants enjoved the interesting Artillery is active on all the battle roel of "The White Pearl." featur The pastor win preach at the will soon build their new Baptist Charles Thompson, aged 18. and marshal will get you sure. her and ran the whole push into the fronts of Europe but only on the ing the Paramount Star, Mies Marie Mrs. George Lyne, who has been house which he pelted with rocks and Methodist church Sunday morning at church. Miss Pearl Scarbrough, both of the Transylvania-Rumania- n border has Southern end of the county, were visiting her mother in Havesville for other missiles. He was tried Tues- 10;4o and at 7:30 in the evening. seeing tne picture ine .Mr. Moore Sunday school at 9:30. Epworth visiting C. H.Clarence and wife were infantry been engaged to any ex- Doro. Alter favored with refreshby a couple of months has returned. Hfer joined in wedlock's holy bonds Coffey Sunday. tent. Bad weather hampers opera couples were Mr. day before Judge M. L. Sharp, who League at 7 P. M. sharp. A full atimJudge Jpmes P. Bailey at the court-houc- p mother has been very ill but is The guest3 decided that he was worthy of a tendance of members is desired at Mr. F. Russell, our huxter is buy- tions and ments at the Princess. Wednesday. proved. reformity the league. Rev. Welburn will preach ing allJ.of the chickens and eggs in Austro-Germa- in France; onthe Russians line included Miss Vivian Tilly and Mr. the eastern Mrs. Bogie, of Lexington, was the scholarship in the state's William Turner and Miss Rossie Thomas Coleman, Miss Lottie Carson bride's guest of her cousin, Mrs. R. L. Col- at lexington ana everyuuuj said at Neal's Creek Sunday afternoon this territory and is giving the top are resting as are the allies and the and Mr. Wallace Singleton, Miss Noaks were married at the "good." prices for them. armies of the central powers in Kate Davis Raney and Mr. Lee Hill, after Sunday School at 2:30. home in the East End by Rev. Brock lier, this week. At the Baptist church Wednesday Miss Myrtle Statom was the guest Macedonia, and the Austrians and Miss Mary Moore Raney and Mr. Dr. Burgin, Mrs. Nan Elder and Both are popular peoon the 30th. HEATH SEVERANCE A HERO H. Eads was elected of her uncle, Mr. Arthur Statom, on Italians have yet to renew their des- Stewart Carson, Miss Mary Elizabeth Miss Lucille Burerin motored to Lex ple of their section. Sever- evening Thomas The part perate fighting of a few weeks ago. McKinney xand Mr. Joe Hill. Miss ington and Richmond last Thursday. ance, son of played by Heath H. Sev- Treasurer of the church. J. C. Flor- Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. A. posilower DIXIE ROOK CLUB ENTERTAINED ( Upon nearing home they had a punc erance, of this city, in the attempted ence, who has filled the arduous many Mr. George Coffey sold a veal calf Along the whole line of the armies Letty Walker McKinnev and Mr. Carpathians the Rumanian ture. The Doctor has traveled over rescue of the little Lewis baby who tion with great efficiency for Bowman Mvers and Miss Nancy Miss Anne Davis McRoberts enactive to Dave Payton, of Moreland for are reported attacking the Austro-Hungari- Yeager and Mr. Carlisle. Myers. car and Dixie Rook Club at four thousand miles in his He is a was drowned at Crab Orchard early years, is incapacitatedof from illness, $10.50. tertained the his forces. The defenders service on account her home on Logan avenue in an at- this is his first accident. Mr. Rob Henry's wife is at his are said to have retired to their seclast week, deserves more than pass- which hangs on and unfits him for most careful driver. inadvertently tractive style Thursday evening. Fruit FOX HUNTERS MEETINGS mother's while he is in Ohio looking ond fortified lines. service. Mrs. Gover and Shirley motored ing mention, and was punch and ice cream made delightful overlooked in the chronicle of the active for employment. The executive committee of the to Lexington Wednesday to look up horrible affair at the time. After refreshments. Mrs. Harry Hill scoi--eMrs. R. T. Taylor is ill at this writNational Fox Hunters' Association HOGUE'S STORE preparatory to moving THE NATION CLUB the most frames. In addition to a househer son, Shirley in school.there the colored man had dragged the met at Lexington last week and seCrops are looking fine thru this ing. to put lake, into members of the club the guests were The Nation Club was delightfully lected Columbia. Tenn., as the place Friday for body of the baby from the inefficient section of the country. Mrs. Emma Farris left Mr. Charlie Williams and brother, "Miss Mary Bruce, Mrs. W. J. Dozier, entertained by Mrs. G. G. Perry at of National Association. The Creek the boat, he proved totally Everett Vanhook, of Indiana, Sirs. Carl Carter. Mrs. Robert Carter a visit to relatives at Silver absent and was unable to row toward the is Mr. guest of friends and relatives Mr. Purdom have bought a farm at her home on Main Street, Tuesday datethe is the week beginning Mon set She will be the and Richmond. White Oak. Mary Early. moment and Miss shore. Realizing that every afternoon. The delightfully cool af are glad for about two weeks. Mr. Arthur Statom is thru thresh- ternoon compared with the extreme day. November 20. Dates were also if the child was to be near Eubank. His friends alloted for the sectional hunts in Miss Mayme Holman won the pop- was precious, young Severance leap- to see the little fellow. He is only ing and has pulled his machine in. COL. DINWIDDIE ROBBED heat of the previous weeks added various parts of Kentucky and Tenularity prize given by the Millette resuscitated, water, tho attired in all twenty- - three years old and tips the John Rayborn and Mack Statom greatly to the pleasure of the afterCol. John B. L'InwIddie. the silver-tonguKentucky scales at two hundred and thirty-seve- n set ed into the took in the Liberty fair and say that noon. A most appetizing salad course nessee. The Central will meet Fox auctioneer of Moreland. had Show. A cabinet containing one and of his clothes, swam out to the boat the pounds., Hunters' Association large it was fine. and climbing in, brought it to shore. was served before at game. Mrs. week of October 23 at Bybeetown. S12 or $15 taken from his trousers of silver knives and forks, Mat Wells has sixteen nice shoats The the other night. On retiring he left small spoons, napkin rings, salt and Dr. Strader and others worked with getting them ready for the market. housingMcGirr Bros., are about thru Perry's guests included: Mesdames Madison county. All dogs that have tobacco. pants on a chair bv the side of pepper shakes, sugar spoons, pickle the baby for an hour and a half in J. C. Bailev. J. B. Foster, J. B. Pax-to- run within five miles of the hunting his visiting her Miss The Grubbs Bros, are due at Bow-e- n next morn forks and a butter knife. Miss Jew- an effort to bring back the spark of brothers Minnie Culip is J. H. Woods, E. P. Woods, W. C. his bpd. When he awoke after September 1 will be in Illinois. the same as No. 6 every afternoon. Shanks, C. E. Tate, S. M Saufley. J. ground frora the field trials. The ing they were gone. Later thev were ell Goodwin was second in the race. life, but without avail. Young Sevbarred Mrs. C. A. Wells is on the sick list Miss Mabel Reid, of McKinney has S. Rice. W. A. Tribble, J. S. Owsley, Kentucky Fox Hunters' Association found on the porch and his wad gone. Mrs. Nancy Adams, of Louisville, erance has been highly commended now. returned home after a stay at Mrs. R. T. Bruce. H. J. McRoberts and will meet the week of December 11 by all who have learned of his 'quick The marauder was clever enoueh to is the guest of Mrs. Louis Bell. Mrs. Rena Spheres seems to be get- George Coffey's. Misses May Phelps of Richmond and at Fisherville, Shelby County. Baby girls came to reside at the action in endeavoring to save the ting along slowly. leave the colonel some $75 in checks. one. Mr. Rob Fox, of Danville has been Mary Burch. home of Mr. Estes and Mr. Murphy, life of the little An automobile killed the. pet pig staying with his parents, Mr. and M'KECHNIE LEAVES M'KINNEY this week. Pimpy, muddy complextions are of Miss Vercie Wells Sunday morn- Mrs. D. B. Fox. Stop The First Cold Mrs. Charles Rutledge fell and Don't Neglect Your Cold due to impurities in the blood. Clear The many friends formed during ing and she seems to be brokenMiss Marthy Russell. is still A cold does not get well of itself. few days ago. She pet. their sojourn at McKinney will learn broke her ankle a nicely. Neglected colds get worse, instead up the skin by taking Dr. King's New the sick at Junction City. The process of wearing out a cold hearted about the loss of her regret that Mr. and Mrs. J. L. is getting along with of better. A stuffed head, a tight Life Pills. Their mild laxative quali cough beMrs. M. E. Fish has been quite wears you out, and your phA5t must be relieved at once. Dr. ties remove the poisons from the sys MrKerhnie have returned to Burn- ASSESSOR KENNEDY BEGINS neglected. Hack Forget Your Aches reside. Mr. McKechnie re- sick. Dr. Harmon was called to see comes serious if the energy and sap is Nature's tem and brighten the eye. A full, side to Assesspr E, D. Kennedy began his aching limbs, lame Bell's coughs drain Stiff knees, bowel movement tains his interest in the McKinney her three times Tuesday. She seems ing vitality. For 47 years the happy work of taking the valuation of Lin- back make life a burden. If you suf- remedy. Honey and glycerine heal free, the antiseptic in the morning is the reward of a mill but his partner, Mr. Vauehan, better at this time. soothing antiseptic coln county this mornin. He will fer from rheumatism, gout, lumbago, the irritated membrane,you Mrs. James Manuel has been real dombination of breathe dose of Dr. King's New Life Pills the of Burnside. will manage the McKintar loosens the phlegm, King's NewDiseovery assess the Crab Orchard precincts neuralgia, get a bottle of Sloan's ney enterprise while he runs the mill sick for over two weeks. Dr. Jones balasms in Dr. cold is broken up. night before. At your Druggist, 25c. coughs and relieved con- first. the universal remedy for easier and your Dr. Bell's has healed attends her. at his old home. pain. Easy to apply; it penetrates Pleasant' to take, Mr. Thomas Mannuel and wife, of gestion. Young and old can testify is an ideal remedy for chilRalph Vandeveer, 18 years old, to the effectiveness of Dr. King's Bedford, a Lexington in without rubbing and soothes the tenSamuel Gravel Switch, motored here TuesSELLS SMALL FARM At your was- - drowned in the Kentuckv River, coughs and colds. surance man who mysteriously dis- - der flesh. Cleaner and .more effect- dren as well as grown-upwere guests of his brother, New Discovery for Real Estate Dealer A. B. Florence, day and at High Bridge, Sunday. He was Buy a bottle today at your druggist appeared near nign onage reu. io, ive than mussy ointments or poulti- Druggist, 25c. of this city, sold for his father, J. C. James Mannuel. one of a party of campers, and, with is said to have been murdered in a ces. For strains or sprains, sore musMr. Arthur Stewart has typhoid 50c. Florence the Thomas Oaks farm, The Q. & C.'s statement of busi- six others was in a skiff that was barbershop which was really a boot- cles or wrenched ligaments resulting is about south of towp to R. H. Hoskins, of fever. His son, Walter of Mr. Stewexercise, Sloan's Lini ness for July shows net earnings of struck by a motor boat and capsizPresident Wilson leaves Washing- legging joint there. Officers hav with it. A brother Bell county. There are 33 acres in five men. who are alleeed to ment gives quick relief. Keep it on $282,855.75 a gain of $64,761.93 over ed. He was a son of Oscar Varide- night for Hodgenville very low with the farm., which lies almost on the art's near the depot ishis recovery is ton Sunday speak at the Lincoln hav cut his throat thinking he was hand for emergencies. At your Drug the profit for the same .month in veer, . mail carrier of Route No. 1 where he will crest of Hall's Gap, and is considered the same disease and ... I out of Harrodsburg. 1915. gist, 25a a government revenue officer. farm ceremonies Tuesday. doubtful. place. a nice little An official inspection Tour over Booue Way from Bristolfi Va. Tenn., to the big road Convention to be held at Lexington 5 8, will be conducted by Henry Roberts, Vice President at large of the Southern Appalachian Good Roads Association, and A. Gray Gilmer, of Bristol. There will be a number of good road speakers with the party who will address meetings en route on the subject of Boone Way and good roads generally. Among the speakers may be mentioned Mr. Gilmer, Mayor G. H. Warren, of Bristol, Va., Hon. H. G. Peters, E. J. Prescott of Big Stone Gap, H. I. Scott, of Bluefield. ! e, n, Vice-President, fail-Thursda- y as follows: rnnip; i8 - hB,.nt ur pei-hap- s old-tim- - tc ur Pan-mutua- ls s. m Mes-dame- -- ns an d ed , n, Pine-Tar-Hon- ey non-gripi- ng Lin-imen- tt, Pine-Tar-Hon- ey s. ar-rpsf- od from-streno- us 1 The Interior Journal. Stanford, Kentucky: Friday, September 1, 1916. fetfheBNKbook first; and be a man with money mi. W a W ram'i M mack's church suction was here for a short while Tjesday on business. Reid Conway has gone to Philadel.Editor and Proprietor phia to join, his father. S. M. SAUFLEY Carroll B. Reid left for Louisville $1.00 a Year in Advance, Paper Stops When Tuesday morning after several days Time" For Which It is Paid, Expires. here with jblatives. Mr. Geoiije Grubb's wife, of More-lan- d Entered at the Postoflice at Stanford, Ky., as died a few days ago of cancer. Second Class I! . She had been a sufferer for a long time and death was a relief when it Democratic Ticket came. She was buried in the cemetery near Kidd's Store in the presence of a large number of friends and rela- The Interior Journal FALL WORK NOW IS BEGINNING Hemp Cutting, Corn Cutting, Tobacco Cutting, Plowing for Wheat-- all calls for work clothes and work clothes means I tives. MiLXjVt THnk B For President Woodrow Wilson. For V. Pres. T. R. Marshall. For Congress Harvey Helm. Political Announcements Sj jt, B''?3' S The fundamental principles of education are "readin', 'ritin' and 'rithmetic." AH of these can be learned more practicaily in a BANK BOOK than in any other book. If your boy has a bank book he is learning what arithmetic is for. It is the practical application of a thing which teaches it is the most beneficial and lasting way. If your boy has not got a bank account see that he opens one. Put YOUR MONEY In OUR BANK. We pay 3 per cent, interest. f The Lincoln County National Bank Stanford, Kentucky The Lincoln TrustC o. OF STANFORD, KY. Capital, $25,000. Under same management as The Lincoln National Bank, is now ready to serve you in pacity of EXECUTOR, ADMINISTRATOR, DIAN, TRUSTEE, Etc., at the office of The County National Bank. "Corner Next To Court House." County the caGUAR- Lincoln t-.- v 'V Get Your School Supplies From Us We carry a full line of tablets, notebooks, theme paper, text" books, pencils, pens, ink erasers, bookstraps, schoolbags. u k x THE LINCOLN PHAR MACY, Stanford, Ky. CINCINNATI AND RETURN $4.50 Round Trip From Junction City $4.50 . . . International Sweepstake Mortor Race. . . Tickets on sale Sept. 1, 2 3, and for trains scheduled to arrive at Cincinnati before noon Sept. 4. Final limit tickets good returning to reach original starting point prior to midnight Sept. 10, 1916 Tickets and complete information upon application to, C. B. Harberson, Agent, Junction City H. C. King, Pass. & Tkt. Agt. Lexington, Ky. CORN CUTTERS Stop and Look at Our One Horse, Two-RoCorn Cutter. w W. H. STANFORD, Corner Main and Depot Streets, HIGGINS KENTUCKY The Interior Journal is authorized to announce the following candidates for office subject to the Democratic primary the first Saturday in August, 1917. (Announcement fqe for each county office is $10; for magisterial and city offices, $5; no an- Lawrenceburg were the guests last nouncement will be made until fee week at the home of the latter's is paid in advance.) brother, Nathan Hicks, on the pike. FOR SHERIFF J. H. LIVINGSTON ARABIA Mrs. Lena Reed and daughter. Good Work, Keenon. Miss Iva returned home Friday from Appeals Tennessee, where they were visiting Clerk of the Court of Rodman W. Keenen proved that he is relatives. Mrs. Lena Reed is on the sick list the right man in the right place on Thursday when he boldly defied the this week. The Q. & C. railroad had a very Stanley liquor machine, and secured bad wreck close to here on Tuesday the appointment of a majority of democrats in whom he and the people at 12:45 P. M. In the smash up two of Kentucky have confidence, as dem- men were injured and died shortly for afterwards. ocratic election commissioners Many here were surprised to hear the various counties. Of course, the Courier-Journand the Stanley ma- of the wedding of Miss Eva Prewitt. Miss M. Prewitt went to Indianachine henchmen who feel that they may not be able to control the dem- polis, Ind., to visit her brother. Messrs. Chester and Ray Foley left ocrats who are appointed, are letting out an awful howl. It was to be here Sunday for Carthage, 0., to expected. They always do whenev- seek employment. Miss Iva Reed is greatly grieved er then can't have things their own sweet way. Any time someone over the news from Clear Creek, Va., throws a monkey wrench into the that her best beau was instantly killStanley machine, it begins to knock ed bv a train there. Miss Beulah Estes, of New Salem, fearfully. But they were simply outgeneraled by Keenen, who proved is visiting her uncle here. Mr. Ollie is breaking a young horonce more that the democrats and people of Kentucky made no mistake se to drive. Mrs. Mamie Upthegrove, from Ohio when they elected him clerk of the court of appeals. Election Commis is visiting relatives here. Mr. Silas Delk and family have sioner Oldham, one of Stanley's handy men, claimed that Keenen was moved to Danville. Mrs. Lucy Chambers and Miss Lu- actiong traitorously to the democratparty by so maneuvering as to ob- la Mobley called on Mrs. Lena Reed ic tain the democrats he wanted as the and Miss Iva Reed Saturday. county commissioners. If Stanley and his satellites are the democratic narty, as they seem to think, perhaps Highland he was. But will any one who knows them say that such men as were namA very large crowd of people were ed commissioners up in this end of the state are traitors to the party present yesterday at the Bible School Mr. Oldham would seem to brand Meeting at Mt. Moriah. Lots of fine them; such men as Col. Harris in this speaking, singing and plenty to eat. county; Eugene Pope in Bovle; Jim At the telephons meeting of the Clark in Garrard; R. B. Young in Kings Mountain Telephone Co., held Casey; Murray Smith in Madison or here Saturday, Dr. W. D. Laswell, of C. F. Vanhook in Pulaski. Perhaps Kings Mountain, was elected presiMr. Oldham and Mr. Stanley may dent in the place of Mr. C. W. Lovell, think that Mr. Keenon acted traitor- who had been serving very faithfully ously to the party when he had such for some time. men appointed election commissionMrs. Meier was quite sick last ers. It is their privilege. Every week. Her daughter, Mrs. Frieda man is entitled to his own opinion. Gover, of Stanford was with her durWe hardly believe the great mass of ing her illness. people up in this end of the state Rev. G. W. Wright assisted by Rev. who know these men will think that Stansfill, of this place closed a few there is anything of the traitor to days meeting at the Methodist church the democratic partv or anything else on Sunday night. One conversion, in their make-uMr. Stanley's man one reclamation and the church reOldham to the contrary notwithstand- vived was the result of the meeting. ing. The fact of the matter is that Bro. Wright preached a very touchif there were more officials L'e Kee- ing farewell sermon on Sunday non with real backbones in them in night. He has served the church here he capitol at Frankfort, instead of the very faithfully for 3 years and is exbig bunch of Stanley who pecting to be sent to a new circuit are in positions of importance, old when he goes to the conference that Kentucky would not now be a doubt- meets at Berea the coming week. ful state because of Stanley's meagre Herman Hildebrandt and son, of 400 majority last November, and near Louisville were here visiting because of the game he and his hench- old friends and paid us a call while men endeavor to put over on the peo-nl- e here. and the party whenever the Mrs. Margaret Young, spent sevpresents itself. If this be eral days with her daughter, Mrs. treason, we shall be very glad to be Lee, at King's Mountain. classfield with the splendid men that Grant Dishon, of Adair county Oldham brands as "traitorous." was here last week visiting his sister, Mrs. James Wall. J. G. Baugh, of Berea was here last week. HUSTONVILLE Levi Rodger spent several days Quite a number of people would have attended the auto races at Cin- visiting his many friends in the two cinnati next Monday but are afraid counties of Rockcastle and Pulaski, of the impending strike and as many the past week. Sam Long, who has been in Kanas can are going thru in their autos. The black birds are almost devest- sas during the harvest and threshing many crops of corn by picking ing seasons has returned. Mrs. Lillie Roberts, of Stanford is off the ends and many farmers are guarding their fields against them. here visiting her father, Nathan Hall. Mr. J. B. Floyd has moved from Riffe has returned Mr. Julian home from Mason county, where he the Horton place to a house near has been working during vacation Genie Hutchin's. Mr. John McKensie and family, of his headquarters 'being at Maysville. He will leave about the 10th to enter Louisville visited the families of N. E. Butt and Mrs. G. W. Taylor. school at Transylvania. Miss Serena Young, who has been Some of the guests at Elixir this week are; J. C. Lvnn and wife, B. D. spending the summer at Shelbyville, Carter and Bud Hyatt, of Stanford; Ind., selling books for the S. A. Mul-liki- n Book Co., has returned ready Mr. Lear and wife, of Lancaster; Jno. Fair, of Lancaster; Mrs. Watson and to enter the High School at Stanford daughter, of Lawrenceburg; Mrs. the coming Monday. Miss Hollar and son are putting up Gills and daughter and O. H. Wash, Lawrenceburg; Mrs. Shrieves, Mr. a lot of nice tomatoes at their canof and Mrs. Pryor Swigert, of Brad-- f nery. Married at the residence of C. M. ordsville ; Mrs. R. H. Crow, of Shelby City and Squire Gann, of Huston-vill- e. Young by Rev. G. W. Wright on the 22nd of this month,Virgil Hale and Miss Minnie Houchin returned to Miss Gertha Jones, daughter of Mr. Elixir Wednesday from Lawrence- and Mrs. H. H. Jones. Mr. Hale burg accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. expects to take his bride with him to Ohio where he mpkes his home. Burhardt, all of Lawrenceburg. Jack Meir and the family of J. A. W. G. Cowan and C. C. Ross went Bryant, of Somerset motored here to the Somerset Fair Thursday. J. W. Campbell, the insurance mag- Sunday and spent the day with their nate was at Chilton last Wednesday friends. Mr. John Montgomery, of Iowa, on business. V. B. Morse is laying a new side- has been visiting at his uncle, Mr. walk in front of the Old Ark build- John Rodger's of this place. He also ing. This has been in need for a visited friends and relatives in Pugood many years and will help the laski, Rockcastle and'other parts of looks of things a lot when completed. Lincoln county. He had been away Preparations have begun for the from Kentucky for fourteen years. Miss Lillie Warfield, who has been erection of the new garage on the corner of West Main and College in Detroit for the past year, spent three weeks here with home folks and streets. Two years ago last Friday eggs sold friends. She has returned to Detroit here on the market at 14 cents; 1 to the regret of friends at this placs. year ago on the same date at 15 cents We are always glad to see our good ner dozen and this year on that day folks come back to Highland but very thev are selling at 23 cents a dozen. sorry to see them leave. T. L. Carpenter is spending the week at Liberty with Mrs. C. F. Montgomery. RELIAI Miss Grace Goode, of Louisville is here on a visit to her many friends and relatives. Uncle Johnie Carson, of Somerset has been here for several days among friends and relatives al' of whom are REMEDYFORMEM glad to see him. ATYQ.'! DRJ3CIST. A. W. Carpenter, of the McCor- Mid-dlebu- rg al p, Me-Toos ity Three autos passed thru here from Columbia Sunday evening from their way to Hih Bridge where they had spent the day. Bohon Campbell and family, of Stanford were here Sunday last on a joy outing. Quite a number from here were present at the ball game, at Moreland last Sunday evening. The score was 4 to 2 in favor of Dunnville. It was said to have been a very interesting game by the attendants. Mrs. Kate Bush, of Winchester, is the guest of Mrs. J. W. Powell. Les Reid, of Parksville was here a few days ago and left for parts in Virginia late last week. F. W. Coppage, wife and son, were fn Casey visiting last week. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis McBayer, of IJL Mil iflJL "MFrPBBfTB obrym I O'Bryan BROS. I Overalls four-year-o- ld 50-wai- st 1 HHf I H M wii & rhRb W FACTORIES NASHVILLE: B I I I II WEST NASHVILLE Nct " S&ffy We have them for you in Men's and Boy's Sizes, from a man. child to a So far we hove not bought a pair that were not made with the genuine German Dye, and from what we see of those wearing those faded, ugly American dyed ones, we feel that we will never buy any but the German dyed. Remember O'Bryan sells no one here but us the genuine article. Price $1 and $1.25. McRoberts & Bailey CENT -A- -WORD (Ads here are 1 with order; so ad less than 25c each COUNTY TEACHERS' EXAMIGeorge D. Hopper nas returned to NATION White, Sept. 15 and 16; his law office at Louisville, after atColored, Sept. 22 and 23. G. Singlecent a 'vord each issue, cash ton, Supt. 69 2t. tending the fair jast week. issue.) ADS FOR SALE Eight or ten mules; age, yearlings to five years old. R. H. Crow, R. D. 2, Shelby City, Ky. 68-2t FOR SALE Four Poland China Boars; large type. M. S. Baughman, 68 Stanford, Ky. Chattanooga, Tenn., And Return, $6.90 From Junction City, Ky. ROUND-TRI- P Large craventette coat between Stanford and Lancaster. Re69-- 2 ward for return to this office. LOST ed RAGS Old paper and junk want-- . Cash paid for all you have. Paul 69 Tickets on sale Sept 14, 15, 16 and 17. Good returning prior to midnight Sept. 27, 1616. Stopovers allowedfat 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. arman, Stanford. lp FOR SALE My residence on East Main street. Apply to E. L. Rein-har- t. 66 tf SCHOOL HATS For the children. Get them this week. Miss 68 2 Ella May Saunders. FOR SALE A cycle car in good shape; almost new; at a bargain if Bailey Garage Co taken quick. Stanford, Ky. 682 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." Crab Orchard, Kentucky r, FOR SALE No. 40 Ross ensilage cutter, 30 foot pipe, gasoline engine on trucks. Albert Schuler, Waynesburg, Ky., R. D. 1. eight-horse-pow- er 65-4- p -- Extra fine richly Shorthorn cattle bulls, heifers and cows. It will pay you to get my figures. J. M. Owsley, Roachdaie, Indiana. 67 4p FOR W. E. PERKINS, FOR SALE AT A BARGAIN 1 No. 12 Ohio ensilage feed cutter with 30 feet of pipe. This is a new machine and will be sold at a bargain. E. T. Pence, Jr., Stanford, Ky. 68 2 TEACHERS' INSTITUTES White teachers' institute, Sept. 25 to 29, Stanford. Colored Teachers' institute, Sept. 11 to 15, Stanford. G. Singleton, Supt. 69 2t for particulars. Address John Buh-re- r, Crab Orchard, Ky., R. R. 1, Box No. 92. 69 4 FallClothing We have just received our first shipment of Fall Clothing and they are FOR SALE 45 acre farm; near church and school; free range. Write FURNITURE, Mattings, Druggets, Rugs, Wall Paper, Lace Curtains, Window Shades, Trucks, Suit Cases. Pictures and Mouldings. W. A. Trib-bl- e, Stanforu. 42tf NOTICE All having claims against the estate of the late Mrs. Nannie P. Adams, will present them properly verified, according to law to the undersigned on or before Thursday, September 7, 1916. Those owing her will also settle at once. J. G. Hayes, Crab Orchard, Ky., p 68-3- Far Beyond Any We Have Ever Handled We have these in Pure German Dye. No fade. Cut to fit. Prices same as always. Call now and see them. carefully. Indications are that the enrollment will be heavy. Make your reservations promptly. J. G. Crabbe, President. 67 2 WANTED Cattle to graze or buy. Pure bred yearling Jersey bulls and Duroc Spring pigs for sale. Two farms for rent for 1917, containing 300 and 240 acres each; good improvements and productive. Will need a good man with small family to run my home place. Quan-it- y of corn for sale. F. Reid, Stanford, Ky. 59 4f. FOR SALE privately, the S. E. Owsley farm of 220 acres; large colonial brick residence, cellar, cistern, two barns, smoke house, tenant house, and other buildings; situated in heart of the Blue Grass Eection; rich limestone soil in excellent state of cultivation; in Lincoln county, near towns, of Danville. Lan- EASTERN KENTUCKY STATE NORMAL SCHOOL Will not open until Sept., 12, 1916. Note the date OUmKX&x 6UR3TICO wn I W L7 fOX 7S CLOTHES ROBINSON'S Groceries, Field Seeds, caster and Stanford; where there are excellent churches and schools. Will be sold at a bargain. For particulars address Mrs. W. R. Rice, Southern 57-- tf Hotel, Jackson, Tenn. T. D. Newland & Son, Opposite the Phone No. 168. Court-Hous- e, Stanford, Kentucky. The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky: Friday, September 1, 1916. Have You A What Mothers Say The experience of those who have used "Mother's Friend" should merit expectant mothers' consideration at this time. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Lynn have returned from a short stay at Elixir. Miss E. M. Watts, of Louisville, is the guest of Misses Paxton. C. R. Coleman was down from Cary, Bell county, with his family, here Thursday. Prince Albert gives Bank Account? If not, do you expect to go through ilfe without one? Improve your financial condition. Make money and save It. "Was the means nf hnniri,:., morning- sickness and nd,U0IUi Iftimi befre nau-SSei- 'S COn" Mrs. ii fflgifierlr jriend ..-- "Prnwvl Ifc I. i.. Jng delivery by the absence of the severe pains occasioned i ouui an eveni. Mrs.- - Deposit It In y(gttietjr Amnj.. : uasiskuiitc ill preparing the system for such a change." Mrs . lour druggist sells it. Write for ef, and interesting book on Motherhood. The Rrariflplrl Romii.fi. rn 208 Lamar BIdg. Atlanta. Ga. ni-fo- i The First National Bank Of Stanford, Ky., Beinr an . o" zriend v.3, Where ft will earn you interest and secure you a living, when you are old too infirm to work. Free Tablet For School Children With each can of Calumet Baking Powder sold by us we will give, while the supply lasts, a nice School Tablet Free. Better come quick; they're going fast. We start our free delivery wagon Monday. Phone us at 219 for your wants in Fresh, Clean Groceries and Notions. Miss Bess Holtzclaw will leave on Sept. 12th for Oxford, 0., where she will attend the Oxford College for Miss Flossie Willis is with Somer- Women during the coming term. set friends. Mr. Charles Holman, and two chilMesdames T. C. Ball and "Lish" dren, of Crab Orchard, who have Pence attended the Somerset fair. been visiting her father, W. W. Mrs. H. M. Noe joined her husband White and family, returned home at Somerset Thursday for a brief early this week. Mr. J. W. Hoskins, wife and pretstay. Miss Elizabeth Adams has return- ty daughter, Mr. Emmett McCor-mac- k and Miss Grace Goode, of ed home after a very pleasant visit were here for a short thve to Stanford and other places. Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. W. L. McCarty who has been Miss Danill for several weeks is not much im- ville was Martha Hommell, of Wedin town with friends proved. Hus-tonvil- le, Frankfort. Miss Berta Jean Penny left early in the week for Hopkinsville to visit Miss Emma Noe. She motored thru. Mrs. Joe Francis, of Lancaster, was the guest of Mr. J. W. Acey early in the week. Miss Mary Moore Raney leaves next week for Cincinnati to enter the College of Music again. Mrs. Fred Neighbors returned tn ner home in Louisville late last week t after a visit to her parents, in Garrard. Mrs. TLomss Shclton, of Corint'i, Miss., who has been visiting Miss Mary Vanoy here, has gone to Irvine to visit a Mrs. W. E. Beatty. ' Mrs. L. M. Westerfield returned to her home at Paris, this week after a visit to Mrs. M. D. Elmore and other relatives and friends here. Mrs. H. M. Ballou and two chil dren, have returned from a lengthy visit to relatives and friends at various points this summer. 1 Mrs. J. L. B. Coffey and son, Shelby, have returned to their home at delight, because delightfully good ; it can't bite your tongue; its flavor is so different and so smokers such it can't parch your throat; you can smoke it as long and as hard as you like without any comeback but real tobacco happiness ! On the reverse side of every Prince Albert package you will read : 30tk, 1907" That means to you a lot of tobacco JULY " PROCESS PATENTED joyment. Prince Albert has always been sold without coupons or premiums. "We prefer to give quality I en- Nnm ge Albert K!W the national joy smoke Y'OU'L.L, find CopyriihtHU by R. J. KeynoUJj TotmccoCo. ley. Mrs. J. S. Rice spent Thursday with Mrs. J. F. Holdam at Crab Or- - Duncan Bagby, of Covington came over Sunday to visit his grandmother Mrs. S. G. Hocker. Miss Margaret Bunnell, of Spring-Helis the guest of Miss Sara Hund" d, G. H. MASTERS, - Stanford, Ky. Miss Elizabeth Wilkinson, of Bur-gi- n, spent last week with Miss Mabel Wilkinson. Sept. 5, Tuesday afternoon at 2 Albert Hukle, who has been the o'clock, the Rook Club will meet at guest of Mike McCarty during the the home of Mrs. J. C. Bailey. fair returned to his home at LexSept. 9 The Beulah Walker Cir- ington Tuesday. cle will meet with Miss Gertrude WilMiss Emma Doty, a niece of Mrs. kinson, at 2:30 o'clock. Dee Goode and Miss Elizabeth Adams of Richmond attended the Stanford Mrs. W. L. McCarty's mother, Mrs. Fair last week. Miss Sallie Smith has returned M. Francis, of King's Mountain and her brother, Mr. 0. C. Francis, of from Lexington, having been callChicago, returned home Monday af- ed there on account of the illness of Mrs. W. T. Smith. her sister-in-later a week's visit here. w, Personal and Social short business trip. Mr. Will shanks left on the midnight train Thursday for Columbus, Ga., for the winter. R. C. Arnold is the guest of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. N. J. Arnold, at Beatlysville. Miss Grace Tie, of Williamsburg has been the attractive guest of Miss Grace Anderson, near Preacherville. Miss Ruth Culberson, of Covington, was the attractive guest of Miss Lyle Cooper. Mrs. McKee Riffe was called to Covington Saturday afternoon by the death of her grandmother, Mrs. W. B. Cole, aged 86. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Turner and daughter, of Jessamine, are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Harris and W.E. Varnon, of Ashville, N. C, came in Tuesday evening for a short time here on business. Charley Lutes came in from Golds-borN. C, Friday morning on a o, nesday and on Thursday's night train she left for Lafollette, Tenn., where she will teach school the coming term. Herman Hildebvandt, who lived at Highland 15 years ago and is now a resident of Louisville, came back for the fair last week and visited Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Gover. Little W. H. Underwood, Jr., son of Tom Underwood, of Parksville, went back home Saturday, after a visit to his uncle, W. T. Underwood, this side of Hubble. Mr. and Mrs. James Parducci, of Georgetown motored thru to the of her mother, Mrs. Fred Neif, at Her daughter, Mrs. John Murphy, of Louisville, was also with Mrs. Neif. R. M. Sampson left late last week for Columbus, O., to take in the Ohio State Fair there and to visit his brothers, P. T, and J. C. Sampson, who have nice positions in the Buckeye capital. Capt. John Ellis left Saturday afternoon for Kansas City, Mo., to attend the G. A. R. encampment, and m. in goodness and in pipe satisfaction is all we or its enthusiastic friends ever claimed for it ! a cheery howdy-d- o on tap no much of a stranger you are in the nee 01 zne wooos you arop into, t- or. frmce Albert is right there at the first place you pass that sells tobacco I The toppy red bag sells for a nickel and the tidy red tin tor a dime; then there s the handsome pound and half pound tin humidcs and the pound crystal-glas- s humidor frith top that keeps the to bacco in such bang-u- p trim sponge-moistener ipKlUlB ' TOBACCO IS PREPARED z ... FORSMOKERSUNDERTHE . p s. P process MAKNffFY.PFRIMFNTC.Tn d srnvFPFry u -- " 1 PRODUCE THE MOST'DE--ll lI6HTFULAXDWH0lE::J OME TOBACCO FOR PROCESS CIG j iv alJ-th- e- or any other man ever had! It is s cool and fragrant and appealing: your smokeappetite that you will get chummy with it in a mighty short time ! 1 It answers every smoke desire you timo I r i, JULY30l9Q7l4l COMPAJW1 !! rniuiii.v.3; HJM Winstoh Salem.KC,U&AL I DOES NQTBITEITHE TOGUEjI Mi 'Will you invest 5c or 10c to prove out our on the national joy smoke? R. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO CO., said that he enjoyed himself greatly. The Stanford Chamber of Commerce will meet in the directors' room of the Lincoln National Bank, Friday night at 7:30 o'clock. All members are requested to be present. J. C. McClary, President. Ben Jennings, who has been in Danville sick with typhoid fever was over this afternoon. He has recover-frothe sickness very quickly and was kept busy while here shaking hands with his many warm friends Simon Weil, the well known cattle buyer of Lexington, was here looking at some stock this week. Mr. Weil said that ever since he came to this country in 1871 he had voted the republican ticket but that he certainly is not going to vote against President Woodrow Wilson this year. Miss Annie McKinney had her right arm and shoulder severely strained when she stumbled over some rugs piled on a porch at her home on West Main street, which is being remodeled. While not serious her injuries are very painful. T. D. Raney has rented the Myer's House Flats and will move his family into them this week. J. B. Sartin, who nurchased the home occupied by Mr. Raney, will move into it. Mr. E. R. Hutchings, wife and son, Raines Murray Hutchings, will go to the farm Mr. Hutchings bought in Scott county. Their leaving Stanford is the source of universal regret. G. A. Benedict, Jin old Lincoln county man, is up from Washington county, where he has lived for 19 years. He admitted this afternoon m T say-s- o Winston-Sale- m. N. C. This it the reverse side of the Prince Albert tidy red tin. Ramd this Patented Process" mauage-to-yo- u and realize what it means ia making Prince Albert so muck to your Ekias. Harry Reinhart, of Stanford, is in Columbus, Ohio, taking a course in the study of Homeopathy, preparatory to hanging out his shingle as a homeopathic physician. "Gunboat Bill" Thompson returned to his home in Mt Vernon early this week after taking in Logue Hughes, the fair and other attractions here. Oil H Youand Your Friends and L j Hi 1 g mm mcda Yon tried "Sou 1 p ;j it because we told how good and delicious Aj2uiffl , Viiul Hf jkU 7 B rBw Si"rtMVv cj5s S ""Ovji J GwuJ7 'l lsMtr lk ;5finlf 'n VB drinking itbecause Sou to!d them. how good it vas. This is the end- less chain of enthusiasm that has orade Coca-Cothe beverage of la 9ur friends began Jl jN 3E3j jj Hp The CocaCola Co- - 11 K'9J3lMtaa Demand the genuine by fifl name nicknames encourage substitution. First Showing of New Fall Suits Come in and look. Select a new suit now. Get a full season's wear out of it. The styles will charm you. - to Wichita, Kansas, to visit his son, George. B. Ellis and family. Master Homer Parsons, of Louisville, who has been visiting the young Messrs. Matheny, south of town, refamily. turned home Saturday. He said he Squire H. D. Miracle, of Cubage, had a delightful time, swimming, etc Bell county, is here on a visit to his in the country. father, Col. John Miracle, of the Rev. and Mrs. W. D. Welburn enGreen River section. tertained at a delightful dining this President R. H. Crossfield of Tran- week in honor of their guests, Mrs. sylvania University, was here this F. W. Phillips, and daughters, Misses week in the interest of his institu- Louise and Ruth Phillips, of Knox-villtion. Among their guests were Mr. Mrs. Clare Doty Traylor, of Rich- and Mrs. J. H. Pruitt, and Mrs. Mary mond, has been spending some time Dinwiddie, of Moreland, Mrs. Pruitt with her daughter, Mrs. S. K. Dudd-era- r, and Mrs. .Dinwiddie being sisters, at Gilbert's Creek. of Mrs. Phillips; Mrs. Mattie Belden, Mrs. A. E. Gibbons, formerly of of Jeffersonsville, Ind.; Mrs. Ann Louisville, but now of Cleveland, 0., Watts, of Louisville; Mrs. J. T. Era-bris with her sister, Mrs. W. T. Smith, Miss Frances Embry and Miss at Lexington. Annie Dunn. D. G. Portman and family and E. C. Moore and wife, of Casey, have been recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Wilkinson. Fred Von Allmen and family, of Clayton Howell, special engine exLouisville, came up to the fair and pert for the International Harvester are spending several days with their Company, was here this week, with relatives and friends hereabout. Local Agent Hugh Noe. Misses Bertie Veach and Bessie W. E. Perkins, wife and son, Jack Alford, who have been the guests of Perkins, attended the Somerset fair Mrs. J. A. Allen and Miss Mollie Thursday. Somerset is Mr. Perkins' Daugherty returned to their home at home and he was given the glad hand Louisville Thursday. by his many Pulaski friends. Rev. and Mrs. Omer Foster and Chief of Police B. D. Carter and baby returned to their home in At- Bud Hiatt are recuperating at Elixlanta, Friday morning, after several ir Springs this week. John Meeks weeks with her father, J. S. Hocker is making a very efficient Chief of and family here. Police during the absence of Chief Miss Mattie McClary has returned Carter. from a stay at Gilbert's Creek with Clay Brown and wife, who formerMrs. J. E. Buck and before return- ly lived in this county, and for the ing Miss McClary visited Miss Allie past few years have been living in Arnold at Lancaster. Madison, came back home to the Rev. and Mrs. J. W. Hagin and fair, and took in the last three days. children returned to their home at Clay's employer, Mr. Jack Twig, a Covington Friday afternoon after prominent of Madison also spending his vacation with relatives came over, farmer the big show, and to see here. Lewis Omer and Miss Verginia Omer, of West Point, Fa., children How of Rev. and Mrs. L. M. Omer, fore. v, after that is concluded, will go on Mrs. Wilson, of Lexington, Ky., Says: "I Have Advised Everyone Who Has Stomach Ills Try It." "I have taken several bottles of Tanlac and feel greatly relieved," declared Mrs. Cynthiana Wilson, 606 East Sixth street, Lexington. "I really feel that I cannot praise it enough for what it has done for me. I advise everybody who has stomach trouble to give it a trial." Tanlac's great success in relieving ailments similar to Mrs. Wilson's has tempted many to imitate it but there are no other medicines like it. To, obtain Tanlac the makers searched the world for ingredients. It is made of the best the earth produces it is triumph of chemical genius. No remedy was ever compounded on such wide scope of usefulness. Tanlac is especially a stomach, kidney and liver remedy with power to stimulate the mucous membranes. Tanlac is being specially introduced in Stanford at the Penny Drug Store, E. R. Coleman, Prop. Tanlac may be obtained at th following nearby cities: Moreland, Abraham .Minks;; Hustonville, Adams Bros.; McKinney, True & Co.; Ellis-bur- g, W. C. Bryant; Crab Orchard, Lyne Bros.; Brodhead, John Rob-bi- ns; Lancaster, R. E. McRoberts?. Bee Lick, J. Reynolds & Son; Way nesburg, W. A. Horton. Heard About iown number of years and that he would like mighty well to be back in Lin coln. Mrs. E. J. Brown that he had been homesick just that The colors are rich and harmonius for the occasion. Plenty of flare, lots of buttons, large collars. Colors: Black, Blue, Green and Brown. Prices reasonable, consistent with good material and workmanship. merly of Stanford, are guests of Misses Annette and Sadie Wearen. Mrs. W. B. O'Bannon left Thursday for Anderson-- , Ind., to visit relatives. Miss Georgia Perrin, who has been visiting her returned home with her. Mr. and Mrs. Hiram Ray and r, Miss Ethel Ray, and Mrs. Teater and daughter, Miss Sal-li- e Lou, of Lancaster, motored to Nicholasville Monday and were the guests of Mr. L. M. Crutchfield and family. Nicholasville News. Mrs. W. M. Morris, of Muskogee, Okla., who has been visiting relative at Crab Orchard, received a telegram from her husband, to hurry home at once so as not to be delayed in a railroad strike. She will leave at once, accompanied by her sister, Mrs. J. F. Holdam. Miss Vivian Tilly, who has been the attractive guest of Miss Mary E. McKinney for a week or so has left for Atlanta, Ga., to visit her grandmother before returning to her home in Cave Springs. Miss Tilly is a teacher in the Georgia School for the Deaf in her home town, the same institution that Miss McKinney teaches in. grand-daughte- That Corn Gomes Clear Off!" GETS-IT- " "See Eight OS, Wonder It's the Modern Corn Never Fails. loosens Your Conn is certainly wonderful!" Yes. "GETS-JTla the most wonderful corn-cur- e "It's hard to believe anythine could act like that in getting: a corn off. Why, I just lifted that corn rieht off with my flneer nail. 'GETS-IT " The Nicholasville fair people show ed good judgement when they chose Farris F. Sandidgc, of the West End of Lincoln, to judge horses at their exhibition, which is going on this week. There isn't a better posted man on horseflesh in the state and none who can and will do the work more satisfactorily than he. Mrs. S. M. Saufley this week purchased the house and lot on East Main street, which has been owned and occupied by Dr. G. G. Perry and family for several years. Dr. Perry and family will soon leave for Madison county to make their home on their farm there. Much to the regret of has returned from a delightful visit to her sons, Russell and Prescott Brown, who are in business in Asheville, N. C It is probable that the latter will shortly return to Kentucky to take a medical course and follow in the footsteps of his beloved father. School Days Are Here The little ones must have School Clothes, School Hats and School Shoes. We have them and will save you money on them. Big stock to select from. Our line of Shoes is particularly strong. School Shoes at $1.25 to $2,50. School Dresses at 25c to 98c. but the railroads refused to accent her for shipment, on account of the impending strike. Mrs. C. Hays Foster has the sympathy of many friends in the death John A. Nuck-ol- s, of her grand-fathe- r, have won easily those who saw it say, their many friends here. Senator R. L. Hubble's great mare, Ailsa Page, won the roadster ring at the Nicholasville fair Wednesday. Mack Hughes intended to ship her at once to Frankfort to compete in the roadster ring there, which she could The Bargain Store SALEM & SALEM "It's Way 'GETS-IJut WonJerfuI. theGo Quick." Makes All Corns T' How's This? i I SEVERANCE & SON We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for any case of Catarrh that cannot be cared by Hall's Catarrh Cure. F. 3. CHENEY. & CO., Toledo, 0. We, the undersigned, have known F. J. Cheney for the last 15 years, and believe him perfectly honorable In all business transactions and financially able to carry out any obligations maue uy us tirm NAT. BANK OF COMMERCE. Toledo, Ohio.. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally, acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system. Testimonials senr free. Price 75 cents per bottle. Sold by all Druggists. I .Sake Hall's Family Fills for constipation. ever known because you don't have to fool and putter around with your corns, harness them up with bandages or try to dig them out. "GETS-IT- " is a liquid. You put on a few drops in a few seconds. It aries. ivs rainless, .put your stocking' on right over It Put on your regular shoes. You won't limp or have a corn "twist" in your face. Tho corn, callus or wart, will loosen, from your toe off it conies. Glory hallelujah! "GETS-IT- " is the biggest selling corn remedy In tho world. When you try it, ycu know why. "G3TS-IT- " Is sold and recommended by druggists everywhere, 25c a bottle, or sent&on receipt of price Co., Chicago, 111. h,y B. Lawrence Sold in Stanford and recommended as the world'? best corn remedv by The Lincoln Pharmacy. which took place at his home in Cave City, Barren county, early in the week. Mr. Nuckols was 82 years old and for years a member of the primitive Baptist church and a snlen-di- d gentleman in every way. He is survived bv five children, one being Dr. 0. P. Nuckols, of Pineville, father og Mrs. Fostei. MISS ESTHER BURCH will reopen her School of Expression Monday, Sent 4th at Odd Fellows' Hall. We Will Save You Money on frigerators, Ice Cream Freezers, Coolers, Etc. ALSO LAWN MOWERS AND GARDEN TOOLS. Re- Dramatic Art, Story Telling, Folk Games, Physical Culture and any phase of speaking or reading will be given. Miss Anne Davis McRoberts will play for the physical work.- Reg istration Saturday afternoon, bept. 2d, and Monday afternoon, Sept. 4, at Odd Fellows'. Hall. Any further information given by mail or 68-phone. - GEORGE H. FARRIS. I 2t &","$ lrv'--' 'urnai. Stanford. Kentuckv: Friday, September 1,19 16. Splendid I Blue-Gras- Farm For Sale Privately. s offer for sale privately my farm of 261 Acres, one of the best Blue Grass Stock Farms in Central Kentucky. On it is a dwelling house of 10 rooms, 2 large stock barns, a large tobacco shed and all necessary outbuilnings. Also two good tenant houses. 140 acres of the farm is in grass, 30 acres in corn, and the rmainder now being plowed, for wheat. All of said farm is in a high state of cultivation; well water-sd- , splendidly fenced, located near Q. & C. Railroad, one mile from depot, 3 2 miles from Hustonville and 8 miles from Stanford, the county seat. This farm is one of the very best in Lincoln county, situated in the very heart of the Blue Grass district of Kentucky. Will sell at a bargain. Any one wishing to buy a good stock farm should see this place before buying elsewhere. 1-- Ohio, which he sold at $7.50 a head. J. M. Hutsell, of Mt. Sterling, sold to Monte Fox, of Danville, a nice mules, for pair of coming' which he received the high price of i $500. The mules were an excellent m re ann gtonc a. pair and well matched. Probably the largest crop of wheat raised in Lincoln county this year was raised by the Gooch Bros., and was sold to Hudson, Hughes & Far-ma- Kj n, moi-MrM9- IBSK RP Egg TO 5WISJOT3 CI AIUVT1. The Demands of Yomr Blood 1 and was very fino sfhca.. Thomas Barr, of "vVilmore, who recently sold his farm on the' Harrods-bur- g pike, containing 187 acres, to Mitt Poor, of Garrard county, at $140 per acre, purchased last week from W. T. Crutcher, his farm of 225 acres at Chrisman Mill, in Jessamine county for $125 per acre. T. C. Rankin, of Garrard, who is at the Somerset fair, bought 15 mules most of them for cotton purposes, at $150. M. B. Eubanks. of Boyle, also bought in Pulaski eight at about the same money. Mitchell Taylor, of Boyle, bought six at the same price. Mr. Taylor ' bought of Pet May, of Dabney, an extra good mule for $200. J. H. Baughman, south of Dan ville, delivered to Simon "Weil & Son, about 3.00(1 bushels of Lancaster. It contained When the blood (the power fluid of your body) is properly nourished, your body invariably radiates signs of glowing health But it is so easy to neglect its importance, and blood disease's of malignant form, like Rheumatism, Catarrh, Malaria, Scrofulous poisons and skin diseases take hold before we are aware the result of 0 f VAyearsA. 5U I ucuu Keep your blood (power fluid) runninjr pure by the nourishing qualities of S. S. S. and banish these undesirable tenants from your body. Get the Genuine S.S.S. from your Druggist, R ea NO. 141 THE MARKETS Hogs receipts 3,600; active with packers and butchers $11.1511.-30- , a high water mark; common to choice $7i75510; pigs and lights $7 10.85; cattle receipts 1,300 and steady; heifers $5.507.50; calves lower $512.25; sheep strong with lambs active $5(5) 11.65. Chicago market closed yesterday: Sept. PUBLIC SALE ' Wheat Corn 1.42 86 Dec. $1.46 73 May $1.48 76 S. M. OWENS, McKinney, Ky. Reduced Prices On All Buggies. Now Is The Time To Get You a First Class Buggy At a Bargain of Lexington, 114 head of fat cattle, PROFESSIONAL AND which he engaged to this big buyer some time ago at $8.35. Part went BUSINESS CARDS last week and the balance the first they averageing 1,389 of this week, pounds. Mr. Baughman had had - VACCINATE them on corn and cotton seed meal on his farm in the McCormack's church section for the past season. I am prepared to vaccinate for An thrax, Black Leg, and an otner J. C. Reynolds has returned from tock diseases. Maysyille, where he has been with his wife, who is ill with typhoid fevJOHN COOK, Veterinarian, He says that she is improving er. Stanford, Ky. nicely now. Phone 204. BEECH GROVE Mr. J. S. Davis delivered a nice bunch of fat hogs to Lige Wilson INSURANCE at nine cents. in all its branches; Snretv Bonds: Farm Loans The wife of Bell Davis is reported West End Insurance Agency, W. J. to be very low with nneumonia. p Campbell, Hustonville. Mrs. G. W. Spangler and grand- 5. oi-io- E. T. PENCE, W. B. Burton, the Lancaster horse and mule buyer bought in Wayne and Gilbert Sears, of Somerset, report- Pulaski this week 20 mules at $120 ed to the police at Covington that to $135. He also bought a few good he was robbed of $90 while asleep ones at $185 to $200. in a house on West Seventh street, E. V. Carson, of the West End, continues to add to his good herd of Aberdeen Angus cattle. He bought Commissioner's Sale two fine cows of Harmon, of Marion, county, this week at fancy prices. Myers & McClintock, of Paris sold In obedience to a judgement of the an aged mule to Fletcher Mann, of Lincoln Circuit Court, rendered at the May term, 1916, in the action of Lexington, at $175 and an aged mule John Thorn, of F. F. Moser's Administrator, versus to Caywood, Smith Lexingto at, $215. & McClintock, of F. F. Moser's Heirs, the undersigned Paris, bought 14 head of aged mules Commissioner will at 11 o'clock A. in Winchester, County Court' day, at M.. on prices ranging from $135 to $200 a MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, head. 19 1G, in front of the court-hous- e Mrs. S. M. Owens, of McKinney, door in Stanford, Ky., offer for sale is distressed over the loss by death at public outcry to the highest and ; of her driving horse. The animal, best bidder the property on Gilbert's which was valued at $2o0, took sick Creek, Lincoln county, Ky., owned Sunday night and died after sufferby F. F. Moser at the time of his ing 48 hours. M. K. Wilson, of the Mt. Salem death, being 14 acres of ground with dwelling and outbuildings, the lot be- section of the county, sold to ,Judge W. M. Myers, of Hustonville for deing thus described: Beginning in the center of Gi- livery first ten days in September lbert's Creek in crevice in rock oppo- 16 hogs averaging 140 pounds, at site Long's gate, thence up the creek 9 c. Walnut Hall Farms, near LexingN. 77 E. 23 poles, 15 links to a stake, corner to William Moser, ton, purchased 200 grade ewes on a thence with his line S. 10 W. 101 Western market, kept them two years poles to a stake in Traylor line, then- and sold them this year. The net ce S. 77 4 W. 23 poles, 20 links to a prifit above first cost and stone, corner to Traylor in Long's was $23.40 a head. Geo. K. and Frank Redmomn, of line, thence N. 10 E. 102 poles to the near Paris, bought 111 head of stock beginning. Caywood & The object of this sale is to satis- ewes from $9 per head. McClintock, of Paris at They fy the indebtedness of F. F. Moser sent to New Forest Farm, on were the amounting to $425 and the costs and Maysville pike. to divide the remainder of the sale Walnut Hall Farm, of Lexington, among the heirs. report the following sales: One , The sale will be made on a credit ram, $150; 5 ram lambs, at of six months. Bond with good se- $100; seven ram lambs at $75; six curity will be required of the pur- ram lambs at $50. All these go to the chaser, bearing 6 per. cent, interest pea feeding section of Colorado. from day of sale until paid, having Paul Finch, proprieter of Drake's the force and effect of a judgement, Creek Stock Farm in the East End, secured by a lien on the land, pay- shipped a car load of 123 sheep, comable to the commissioner. 664 posed of 63 ewe lambs and 60 old E. D. PENNINGTON, M. C. L. C. C. ewes to W. M. Francis, of Camden, l-4- J Farm and Stock News in that city. from a visit to Illinois. Sunday. Mr. D. J. Rigsby and wife are the guests of their daughter. Mrs. Robinson, of Indiana. Miss Mae Hensley, of London, and Ollie Hoskins were the guests of Miss Ber-t- a Davis Tuesday of last week. Mr. Robert Reynolds called on Miss Jennie Smith on Sunday afternoon. Misses Joe and Lucy Smith have returned from Williamsburg. Miss Virgin Payne has returned from a visit to Brodhead. Misses Cynthiana and Mae Hensley are the guests of Sidney and Ollie Hoskins this week. Mr. Willie Smith, on the Buchanan place has some fine melons- for sale. Misses Salena Royse. Julia Howard, Eddie Bailey and Mary Howard were the week end guests of Miss Bertha Davis. - daughter1. Miss Gooch came home CHAS. HART m DENTIST A modern equipped office. Somno-foranesthesia and orthodontia a specialty. Phone 33, Hustonville, Ky. jennet. Of Land, Stock, Crop, Implements. Having decided to quit farming, I will, on WEDNESDAY, SEPTtMBLK zu Sell to the highest bidder my farm containing 187.58 acres. This place is located three miles from Danville on the Danville and Lancaster pike. Is well watered by a creek on one side of it and five never failing springs. The land is in a high state of cultivation. Will grow fine hemp, tobacco, corn and wheat. The residence is a new modern bungalow with seven rooms and two big halls. Water, lights and furnace. The water is pumped from a never-failin- g spring by a ram and a gasoline engine into" 18,000 gallon concrete tank on an elevation above the house. It is one of the best improved farms between Danville and Lancaster, having two large new tobacco barns on corn it, two stock barns, one 300-bb- l. crib with a set of scales in shed. Hen house, meat house, tenant house, etc. Place is all under fence. At the same time I will sell "Horses and mules One old saddle mare in foal, lady's mare; family mare, trotting one filly by bred; one walking Todd; one colt; one buggy pony, gentle, for wo men and children; one Shetland pony, broken; two pair mare mules. coming Jacks and Jennets One old jack by Blue Grass King and out of jennet by Hubble's Beecher; one jennet; one three-year-old Ce-cilian six-year-o- Estate For Sale acres; 35 acres in cultivation; balance in timber; two houses; barn, chicken house etc.; well watered; good neighborhood; close to school and church; Price $1500.00. 50 ld ar- NO. 142 151 acre farm five miles from T. W0 PENNINGTON, DENTIST Stanford, Ky. Myers House Flats Phone: Office 240: Res. 165 J. B. PERKINS Rooms 28-2Phone 214 9, DENTIST Lincoln Bank Building STANFORD. KY. DOUBLY PROVEN - 3-- up-kee- p, " !!! a, , ..fj,,.,,- -, pjyj 3v - MMMHM y MPUT ON 1867 M STILL GOOD 1916 Their record is proof of their worth. On the market twenty-nin- e years, and the first roofs laid are still tight and good today. They are fine in appearance, storm-proand inexpensive of 4 for Sale by WILL STONE, Stanford, Ky. ago. Told of quick relief of undoubtW. ed benefit. The facts are now confirmed. DENTIST Such testimony is complete the Mondays, Tuesdays and Wednesdays niture. evidence conclusive. Crab Orchard Terms easy and made known on It forms convincing proof of the Thursdays,al Fridays and Saturdays day of sale. Dinner 'served on the merit. at Stanford grounds. Sale begins promptly at John T. Barnett. carpenter, RowOffice in Lincoln Bank Buiding 930. land, Ky., says: "I have used many B. F. ROBINSON kidney medicines but Doan's Kidney COL. I. M. DUNN, Auctioneer. Pills were the only one that gave me M. M. Casey, D. lasting benefit. My work calls for heavy lifting and stooping. This Veterinary Surgeon In weakened my kidneys and caused at- Grad. Cincinnati Veterinary College 40 acres, on pike, 2 2 miles from tacks of lumbago and a severe ache (Rec. by U. S. Gov.) Lancaster nearly all in grass. Imacross the small of my back. I also Office. Farris' Stable provements. had other annoyances, caused by Danville, Kentucky 35 acres on pike, splendid location, weak kidneys. When Doan's Kidney good land, improvements. Pills were brought to my notice I 25 acres on good pike, level land, procured a supply at the Lincoln good orchard. Improvements. Is Pharmacy and began their use. 10 acres unimproved, level land The relief was prompt and since tak- Is your .Bath-rooin order. See on pike well located. ing this medicine I have been well." For prices and further particulars K. OVER THREE YEARS LATER address Swinebroad, The Real Estate Mr. Barnett said. "Don's Kidney Pills and get your sanitary plumbing Man, Lancaster, Ky. did me more good than anything else done. Phone 188, Stanford, Ky. I ever used. I am pleased to confirm my former recommendation." Price 50c, at all dealers. Done simply ask for a kidney remedy get Doan's Kidney Pills the same kind Drummers Wagons, Carriages and As I have decided to go to a betthat Mr. Barnett has twice publicly Buggies; Open Day and Night. ter climate, I will on Foster-Milbur- n Co . Autos by trip or the mile. Give us a recommended. SATURDAY, SEPT. 30, 1916 Props., Buffalo, N. Y. Trial, We Will Please You. sell to the highest bidder my farm, H. H. Carter, Manager. containing 20 4 acres. This farm Phone 5. CARTER & CARTER, Stanford, Ky. is located 5 miles from Stanford and 2 4 miles from Lancaster, within mile of Stanford Lancaster pike. DR. R. E. In order to wind up the estate of Farm is all in good grass, with the late Mrs. Nannie P. Adams, my Graduate of the Cincinnati Veterinhouse in fine repair; all mother-in-laI will sell her personary College. outbuildings; 26x40 new barn al property at public auction at her Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist. with fine cistern at house and barn; late home, between Crab Orchard Phone 5. Carter & Carter's Stable: w wire fencinc all over the farm: and Ottenheim, at the old Garley STANFORD, KENTUCKY. good new orchard, consisting of 120 Adams place, on fruit trees; old orchard or do gooa THURSDAY, SEPT. 7, 1916 fruit trees; 3 good mares in foal to Beginning at 10 o'clock A. M. Pro1 5; 1 yeariack, 2 perty to be offered consists of registered extra LANCASTER, KY. ling filly; 1 caddie mare; 3 good AUCTIONEER, 1 good brood mare, 9 years old; 1 good driving and The high dollar at your sale all the suckling mules; 3 good heifers, one mare, well broke; 1 filly; 2 good milk cows and caltime and at lowest price; sales thoroughbred Aberdeen Angus; 1 ves; 4 sows, to brimr pies: 1 boar: 2 cried anywhere. jersey cow and calf; one yearling barrows; growing crop of corn, about Phone 364A Lancaster at my expense steer; 4 spring lambs; 3 shoats that 15 acres, half to be sold; mowing will weigh 75 pounds each; 1 rubber machine, Deenng, and rake; 2 good tire buggy, in fine repair; 1 set. of breaking turning plows; 1 wagon harness, been used about 6 J. M. plow; 1 good cider mill; 1 good corn times; 1 set buggy harness and other WAYNESBURG. things too numerouse to mention. sheller; chickens, geese, etc; a lot UNDERTAKER, .oi antique walnut furniture; a good We crry a large and complete stock Terms made known on day of sale. organ, and other household and kitof Caskets, Robes etc at all times. Sale begins promneTy at 10 o'clock. chen furniture too numerous to men- Phone: Farmers' line No. ; CAPT. A. M. BOURNE, Auctioneer. tion. Woodstock line No. DALE B. WITHERS Terms made known on day of sale. Calls answered day or night. M. H, Johnson, Auctioneer J. G. HAYS, CRAB ORCHARD Stanford Readers Can No Longer Doubt the Evidence. Cemetery Hill, Phone 164 This grateful citizen testified long HARRY JACOBS Dealer In Monumental Work Fine W. BURGIN Stanford, Ky. Closed on Saturday Cattle 50 yearling cattle; six cows and calves; one jersey heifer, well bred; fifteen calves; Hogs Nine reg. 0. I. C. bears and gilts; four registered O. I. C. sows: four sows and pigs; 30 fat hogs. Farming Implements, Etc. One rubber tire Moyer buggy; one 20th century manure spreader; one old hickory wagon; one two-horsolid wheel fodder wagon; one Superior Wheat Drill; one Superior disc harGrass Seeder; one disc harrow, new; row; one one new corn planter; one iron roller; a lot of metal chick jn coops and hog houses; two smoothing harrows; two No. 3 Vulcan turning plows; two No. 20 Oliver Chilled plows; one fodcultivader sled; one horse tor; lot blacksmith tools; one Deer-in- g mowing machine; one Deering binder; one hay raker; two sets good buggy harness; several sets5 wagon and plow gear. About 200 barrels corn, lot of baled straw, household and kitchen furtwo-horse se 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; cistein, 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-- NO. 145 84 acres; about four miles from Stanford; two story frame dwelling of six rooms; halls and porches; new- John V. Bargains Small Farms 1-- x Hot Weather m Here! W. WARNER ly painted and pepered; barn 50x60; cistern and four never failing springs; creek runs full length of one side; all of this place is in grass; right on pike; all buildings and fence good. Price $10,500.00. One third down and balance in one two and three years. 'V NO. 143 A Livery and Auto Service PUBLIC SALE 3-- PUBLIC SALE w, 1-- TAYLOR, nec-cessa- ry CAPT. AM BOURNE eight-years-ol- d, REYNOLDS Stanford, Ky., To the Public: 8-5-1- PUBLIC SALE Having lost my barn by lightning, and being insured in the Insurance Co., of North America, Jesse D. Wearen, the Insuance Man, of Stanford, Ky., being their agent, it is with pleasure that I recommend the above named Company and the Agent to the insuring public for their courteous treatment and liberal and prompt payment of the above loss. Yours very truly, Jesse D. Wearen, Agent. M. J. HUM MAIN 1. V. Kaney, Solicitor 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-horwagons; 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 se -- As executor of the will of A. G. Chrisman, deceased, I will, on SaturDaily Except Sunday 2, 1916, at two day, Leaves Stanford (St. Asaph Hotel) o'clock,September front of Hunn & P. M. in at 10:00 a. m. and 4.00 p. m. Ky., sell Coffey's Leaves Danville (Hotel Annex) at at publicstore, in Moreland, outcry, to the highest and 9:00 a. m. and 1:30 p. m. farm owned by A. Bundles and Packages Carried at best bidder, the his death, and being G. Chrisman at Low Charges his old home place, lying one mile O. L. MINKS. Proprietor east of Moreland, consisting of nine- Auto Bus Between Danville and Stanford PUBLIC SALE 360 acre farm located 5 miles from Danville, Stanford and Lancaster; two story frame residence of six rooms, halls, three porches and pantries; an extra large stoct barn and seven acre tobacco barn; three tenant houses; two good cisterns; branch; Hanging Fork on one side; large cistern at barn and good cistern at house; about 125 acres of this farm good bottom land and does not overflow; 100 acres in blue grass; timothy, and clover; balance in cultivation; plenty of locust posts; fine orchard; all necessary outbuildings, including smoke house, tool house, hen house and coal house, etc.; place right on pike; one mile from school and church; five miles from three county seats; on rural route; also on star route; splendid neighborhood; fencing and buildings in good shape. Price $100.00 per acre. One third down and balance in eight annual payments. Hughes & McCafty REAL ESTATE STANFORD, - To the Public: represent the largest and best clothing house in this countrv My exAn V. Prire and On., Chicago. III. perience in measuring and directing the m.ik-ove- r one who is not a practical tailor. If you ins: of your clothes, gives me the advantage will give me your order, I will promise you a square deal. You will get the worth of your money, either in the cheapest grades or the higher priced. My SPRING and SUMMEK line of samples is now ready for your inspection. Call now and let me show you. Practical TOT 17 f V IyUITJJC .Stanford, Tailor Ky. SI interest for amounts over ten dollars. MRS. M. A. GOVER, Crab Orchard. as -- new new. Will accept bankable notes with I. f (r V I This farm is well improved, under fence, in excellent neighborhood, convenient to churches, schools, and railroad station, being within one mile of them. It is chiefly down in grass. Here is a bargain for the man looking for a home-farIt lies in the best section of Lincoln county. Terms easy, and made known on the day of sale. Edward Alcora, executor of the wil of A. G. Chrisman, deceased. 63-m. ty acres of land. - KENTUCKY BRING YOUR JOB PRINTING TO THE L J. 4t