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V This Label Is Either a Rev ceipt or a Bill. What. Does It Say to Yry l S Tuesdays : Stanford, Lincoln County, Kentucky, Tuesday, September 5, 1916. v !V $" ci Fridays BIG DAY IN CASEY GOOD CROWD HEARS Interesting Stock Letter Tells of Charley Lutes Buys Crack Team President Brands Republican Party As "Practical and Moral Western Markets Conditions From Harris & Woods Failure" Cattle High price mule records of severDr. R. L. Davison, of this pity interesting program has been hasCHICAGO, Sept. 4 unstable trade All The Republican party was characmore than al years' standing in this part of the proved the quality of his arranged for the formal unveiling now. never been week a as Late last Introduces Montgomery Senator state were broken here Saturday terized in a "practical and moral republicanism .in no uncertain of the monument which marks the condition developed. the speech of President Cattle could not when Charley Lutes, of Goldsboro, N. failure" fashion Monday. It will be recalled site of the old Logan's Fort, in the be sold at declines of 75c to $1 per Congressman Helm and Day Wilson accepting the that Dr. Davison "also ran" for the yard of J. B. Camenisch, near the cwt. compared with Monday. Buyers C.K paid Harris & Woods of this nomination Saturday Democratic at Sfcedow Is Big One For Democracy city a cool $700 for their pair of Lawn, the republican nomination for congress Water Works in Stanford next Fri- advanced as a summer White reason shortage of laTfce in this district at the recent primary, day afternoon at 3.30 o'clock. Ar- bor mare mules. An I. J. President was unsparing House."critiat in his and sporadic i representative saw the draft on a and naturally his friends are not in rangements are under the auspices strikes. packing houses all Both the democratic and republithe Republican party, around the the best humor in the world at the of the Daughters of the American market A heavy run depressin influ- North Carolina bank for the amount cism of foreign and Mexican defendcan campaigns were pitched at Libed his circle was a policies, named in the transaction, and Mr. reviewed treatment which was accorded him Revolution, and members of the erty Monday. Congresman Harvey ence. Early this week they were the republican by many of the chapter, of Stanford avid bidders for stale steers at which Lutes expresses the belief that he ministration achievements of his AdHon. W. "Helm, of this city, and and for "Big leaders of the district. Monday and the St. Asaph chapter of Dan- they could not be induced to look a iwill sell them in the south for $900. America." Senatordeclared M. Preston Kimball, of Lexington, spoke Ollie James, These are the pair of black show morning Dr. Davison received a ville, will participate. A general in- few days before and sharp for the democrats and Hon. W. C. a reaction mules, with which these local mule of Kentucky, introduced the Presiphone call from Republican head- vitation is extended to everyone to Owens, republican nominee for Conoccurred. dent to a crowd quarters at Louisville, that a Repub- be present at this historical occas-sio- maintainedHog values have been well breeders have swept the platter who interrupted of 8,000 persons, gress from the Louisville district, at a slightly lower level clean at the previous fairs in this the President with lican speaker was badly needed at The formal program will be as than the high point of the season for the G. 0. P. The latter gentlepart of Kentucky for several sea- anplause repeatedly during the course was county court day follows : Winchester. It man was the first speaker. He was last week. In the sheephouse a heavy sons. Mr. Lutes will have them ship- of his address. octhere, and some sort of mix-u- p Rev. W. D. Welburn. Invocation introduced by Dan A. Taylor, broPoints in President's Speech. curred over the date, and no speaker Address of Welcome P. M. M'Roberts supply of western lambs, contracted ped at once and will probably show ther of Dr. Taylor, the veterinarian for August delivery, has decressed them at several bis: fairs in the Tar The time has come for the country was ready. Dr. Davison was not Chorus of this city, who referred to Maj. to relegate of fat ready either with a prepared speech, Presentation of Marker by Mrs. Pat-ti- e values below grades about $1.25 per heel state. So far as known, this Americanism provincialism and little Owens as the "roaring Senator from cwt. in statesmanship. the higli spot early in price has been equalled in Kentucky but he again proved the contention Engleman, of the St. Asaph August. Louisville." The United the future but once this year, and has not been must lend, not States inact. not imiof his friends when they were urgChapter, Danville. The crowd was largely republican borrow; About 250,000 cattle reached west- exceeded. ing him as the right man for the Acceptance on Behalf of Stanford but notwithstanding that Maj. Owtate, organize and initiate, not falern markets last week and the seacongressional nomination that the by Mayor A. B. Florence. ens could not hold it, many leaving low. son's beef roundup is now in full is never too long or the way Address "night by Dr. W. A. Ganfield, swing. Kansas City before he had spoken fifteen minutes. "Mistakes (in the Mexican policy) received 71,000 Ailsa Page Brings $600 too dark" for Doc. to go to the aid President of Central University. and Chicago 65,000 cattle last week, A gentleman who heard him, says I have no doubt made, but not m G. O. P., and he told the party "America" sung by audience. of the purpose or object." that his speech was most disappointheadquarters that he would gladly chapter have the resultant break checking the Senator Hubble Sells Crack Roadster The Logan-Whitle- y ing. He lambasted President Wilson The Democrats initiated and exego to Winchester and speak. He gone to much trouble to make this movement. Packers are getting thouMare to McCray Bros. cuted reforms which the Republicans for not bringing about war with BIG STRIKE CALLED OFF sands of grass steers anywhere from took the morning train and went over event a success and they hope for Mexico and declared that he had never even attempted in their sixto $8, purchases having taxed limThe proposed great railroad strike to give 'em what he and others of the of all the citizens $7 Ailsa Page, the crack roadster teen years of power. suffered the great flag of the ited killing facilities. Revision of Saturday night, the "Old Guard" call the tn he tramnlpd underfoot: that was called off late Eight-houof Stanford in making the occasion The Republicans were with which Senator R. L. from Day r gospel" which, of course, the success it should be. The visiting prices in a downward direction has marehas been cleaning up the Hub- the Government because oustedserved the Adamson President Wilson has submitted his when accepted by they fair ben drastic, but lower priced steers ble labor union offi- sounds mighty good to the members Daughters will be entertained in- have people to such indignities as were Bill, braved the ordeal better than rings in this part of the state this the special interests, not the country. puts shameful. Like Presidential Nominee cials as providing a satisfactory set- of that party and thoughthe pep in formally immediately after the pro- $9$10.00 grades on which the de- season, was sold by her owner to The situation in Mexico is a test f of course, gram is concluded. Hughes, Maj. Owens found fault tlement of the demands on which them with a big P, cline last week was most severe. Now McCray Bros., of North Middleton, the Big Brotherhood policv of the is regarded as the veriest poppycock with everything the present admin- they based their order calling a that the grass movement is well un- Bourbon county Saturday for $600. United States. democrats. Anyrailroad strike for Mon- by us Yellow-do- g has done and proved him- n-wide istration new owners will take oet der way New Club President acquire a the market is expected to Herthe State Fair next Ailsa Page notThe Democrats have carried bet without an amend- way Dr. Davison handed it out in only their own program, to self a knocker almost equal to the day, was passed by week, and stride. by a large doses and made 'em like it. The the Senate Charles E. ment that night Bird," "'Knocking show her in the big $1,000 roadster most of the Progressive platform. Values Hughes. It was evident that the vote of 43 to 28. It was signed by Doctor is a wheelhorse of his party Mrs. W. C. Wilson Elected To Suc-- i experience of western cattle did not ring on Tuesday night. They have "We are also Progressives," said the the sharp decline in na- had of ' speech made no converts and must President Wilson immediately. Short- and will be right up at the front out big in tives last week and the market is on stake an entry paid for had the ani- President. ceed Mrs. 'J. G. Carpenter leaders of the ly after the vote in the Senate the the old pie counter, helping dish The milwjiv svstem nf the pnimtrvr have disappointed the no for some time but a healthy basis at prices current republican party, who had expected brotherhood leaders in Washington ! the "Grapes" to the faithful, in the mal to enter. After seeing this mare must be At a special meting of the Wom- early last week and but slightly un- perform at several fairs, they de- service of the nation. for the better Con- started out their code messages or- event any such a calamity as the elec so much from the One-Terdering the various general chairmen tion of Hughes should take place m an's Club of Stanford late last week. der the high point at the opening of cided to buy her, and paid a nice gressman's effort. The St. Louis platform is a pledge Mrs. W. C. Wilson was elected pres- the season. This week the top cut of price for her but all who had seen and a program. announced that the to cancel the orders for a walkout at November. It was then After speaking at Wichester Dr. ident of the club to succeed Mrs. J. the Heinrich cattle from Montana,, her work, say she is worth it. The Referring to hyphenism, the Presdemocrats would have their inning 7 o'clock Monday morning. Lifting was of the previously ordered freight Davison headed the delegation from G. Carpenter, resigned. The resigna- averaging 1,384 pounds, sold at $9, mare has proven a very profitable ident said: "I neither seek the favor again the court-hous- e and rail-nigLincoln county which went over to tion of Mrs. Carpenter was accepted with the string at $8.65. The major crowded. Senator Charles F. Mont- embargoes on the part of the Senator Hubble, who nor fear the displeasure of that after the action in Washington. hear Hughes speak at Lexington to- with regret, but she felt forced to portion sold at $7.75 with tops at investment for year or so ago from small alien element among us which gomery, who had been chosen masbought her a account of prospective $8.10. The first Matador consignment Sterling Curtis for about $300. She nuts loyalty to any foreign Power ter of ceremonies, introduced in a Managers of the Western railroads day, G. D. Florence, Dr. Southard, J. tender it on their for the the no fitting, but brief speech, Hon. W. P. announced that there would bepart W. Acey and Cal Nevius, George W. removal to county.farm inWilson East of the season sold at $8.30 the rest. won over $500 on the fair circuit before loyalty to the United States." endehorned tops and $8 for Mrs. Gentry and others went from Stan- End of the telling talk of precipitate court action on the Kimball, who made a Points in Senator James Speech this season. The competition she will Mexican cattle the The Wilson Administration desan hour or more. Mr. Kimball is a to test the Adamson law, but indi- ford, while several auto loads went ters upon her duties withwholehearti- Fat littlereception at $7 are getting meet at Louisville will be very keen, a good 7.35. The club, of the most fascinating speaker and never cated that the matter would eventu- through from the south end, the west est but she looks to have a grand chance troyed the Monev Trust and the Pnnio and east ends. A special excursion and under most auspicious circum- run is carrying practically no feeders to cop a big part of the money. Trust. fails to get the interest of his audi- ally find its way into the courts. on the Q. & C. carried a thousand re- stances. The club is planning to short- and little female stuff. to President ence. His references It achieved preparedness. A sale of Washington yearling Wilson were received with applause A MISTAKE IN SCHOOL DATE publicans from Pulaski and down in ly issue its Year Book, and has a It passed the Shipping Bill and ROCKCASTLE DEMOCRATS BUSY Tennessee. varied list of activities before it for breeding ewes at $10 during the week cast out subsidies. many republicans joining in the and It should have The Democrats of Rockcastle have indicates high point on the trade. the ensuing year. clapping of hands. Mr. Kimball told not 14th that thebeen Sept. 4thgradIt enacted a Rural Credits Bill for They went to Ohio. Good aged west- organized a Wilson and Marshall the benefit of the farmer. great work accomplished un- ed and high schoolHustonvilleas was of the "War News opened, Latest members. W. ern breeding ewes are on a $7.50 club with seventy-fiv- e MISS PAXTON ENTERTAINS It maintained peace with Europe der the Wilson administration and erroneously stated in the I. J. last On the evening of September the basis, the general price for native J. Sparks, one of the chief advocates and with Mexico without sacrifice of gave many reasons why the great Friday. Reports irom the West End The French have made fresh prog- first, Miss Jean Paxton most de- yearlings being $9.50. Few feeding of the organization of the club, was American rights. man and greater President should be are thattheenrollment on the openkept in power. It was a superb effort ing day was very satisfactory and ress east of the village of Forest, lightfully, yet informally, entertain- wethers are available, one lot going made president and E. S. Albright It added to the stature and health and good results bay be expected in the new term starts out most aus- north of the Somme River, and on ed two dozen or more of her friends. out this week at $6.75. Feeding year- secretary. All the Democrats pre- of future Americans by enactment enthusiastic and it is the of the Child Labor Bill. November from Mr. Kimball's speech. piciously. The Board of Trustees the south have successfully attacked Miss Paxton was assisted in receiv- lings are selling at $7.50 7.75, with sent were to organize other clubs at Montgomery then intro- has secured a splendid faculty, head- objectives along a front of eighteen ing by her mother, Mrs. J. B. Pax- old ewes at $5 5.50. Killing year- intention Senator It secured prosperity, with Ameriacduced Hon. Harvey Helm. Said he ed by Prof. S. S. Robinson and a miles from Barleux to Chaulnes, vil- ton. On account of the rain the en- lings have lost 25c during the week, the most important places in the can exports now the greatest in. the magnifi--'ciecounty. having been out cording to the Paris and "I am introducing to this democrat, most successful session is anticpated. lage of Soyecourt wasreport. The as- tertaining was .'done indoors, were sheep are selling largelyof line. Year- ably give Rockcastle will unquestion- world. lings at $7.758, carried by the largest Democratic vote the large parlbrs and halls audience a splendid It detroyed the powerful and inschool term At Crab Orchard an excellent gentleman and our also reconvened withthe large atten- sault, as well as part of Vermando-viller- s. thrown open to the guests. Those who wethers $7.50 7.60 and ewes $6.75 in November that has been cast for sidious congressionl lobby. a More than 5,000 prisoners any Democrat in many years. 7.00. were Misses "The people know," said Senator democratic nominee for Congress. U. G. have been taken in the past two assisted in entertaining Sallie Mills ones. the Josephine Carpenter, James to Wilson, "that you are heifers at $6.25 7.50 constitute the He was not my first choice for the dance of is at little head ofProf. a splendid days. Hatfield the At a conference of Progressive Craig and Mrs. Paxton, and Miss bulk of current supply. Cornfed nomination, as you all know, but I institution, has a very competent unowned unafraid." "When peace shall spread her Again there is heavy fighting on Carpenter favored the crowd with grades and canner stock does not ex- party men held in Detroit, with every want to say he is my choice now and faculty and the school seems in for I shall work for him until the polls one of the best years of its history. the front in Russia, west and sout-we- many beautiful piano selections. At perience these violent changes. There county in Michigan represented, white wings over a charred and close in November." of Lutsk and north of Zborow the usual hour delightful ice cream is a broad demand for canners at Woodrow Wilson was indorsed for bloody world, in the the quiet of the presented Mr. Helm. Senchamber of the just historian, when He then and near Brezezany in Galicia with and individual cakes in the colors of $4.25 4. 60. Bulls had a sharp break President. the din and roar of political antagoator Montgomery's remarks were re- LOCAL POULTRY GETS MONEY the Russians generally the aggress- white and yellow were served. Those late last week, but have recovered nism and Dassion of cartisnnshin ceived with deafening applause, for John O. Reid, proprietor of the ors. In the Carpathian region, ac- present were Misses Frances Embry, 2535c of the loss, bologna stuff have been made 37 c. Interest have died away, when principle they showed plainly that there were Lombardy Heights Poultry Farm cording to Petrograd, the Russians Annie Rogers Powell, Elizabeth selling largely at $5.85 6.35. Veals centers London sales be- shall actuate men no sore spots on him; that he is a swept the platter almost clean with have captured an entire ridge of Stagg, Josephine Carpenter, Edith have lost 50c per cwt. in a week a ginning in the next 5. snail and parties rather Extensive congame loser and can give hearty sup- his pens of pure bred birds at the heights and are advancing toward the Welburn, Annie Katherine few picked bunches selling at $12, tracting Sptemberon the sheep's back than appetite, when ambition shall of wool port to the gentlman who bested Nicholasville fair last week. He re- Hungarian frontier. no longer lure men and parties to Josephine Matheny, Matsy with the bulk at $11.5011.75, an army Horse him. around $7 and middle inspectiontrade is still largely, week the unjust attack, the historian will acGrimes, Lettie Walker McKinney, heavies adturned home with 43 blue ties, 19 The Rumanians pressing their affair. Early this cord to you Mr. Helm mude a good, clean, reds, and won the sweepstake ring vantage against the your Administration Anna Green Wood, Sallie Mills weights at $8.50. accumulation by foreign governments a foremost and speech. He reviewed his for best exhibit of poultry in the place in the republic's democratic the pyrotechnical display of at all interior concentration points have captured several additional Craig, Virginia Omer and Nancy After life." record in Congress, told of the ac- fair. Mr. Reid wil take his birds to towns along the Transylvania front. Katherine McKinney, Messrs. Joe T. last week the hog market has drop- was ordered to the Atlantic seaboard. of President Wilson the state fair at Louisvile next week. They are now said to be bombarding Embry, William Grimes, Stith Noe, ped into a rut. Fluctations have been complishments Common horses not eligible to the in securing beneficial legislation, HIT LIQUOR MEN HARD. Hermannstadt, which is second in Ferdinand Matheny, Maurice Bruce, narrow and the spread between com- army outlet are hard to sell. In the him for keeping us at peace TUCKER SCHOOL HONOR ROLL importance only to Kronstadt. lauded Lewis Omer, Sam Hill, Clem Hill, mon and good hogs shows a disposi- inspections (From Pineville Sun) business is done at a his stars with the word, and thanked Middlesboro officials are narrowAustri-aji- s Henley Cash, John Cash and James tion to widen. Considering the altirange of $115200. Gunners are apRumanian attacks on the The honor roll for the Tucker for such a man for the head of the tude of the market this spread has praised at $160 and up, riders at the ing the path for the liquor men. Not in the important sector around Tribble. nation. At the conculsion many of School for the second month is: been narrow. This week it is $10.40 low end of the range. Some trade is only have the city commissioners Orsova have been successful. The Mr. Helm's friends grasped his hand Second Grade Christie Tschanz DUDDERAR RICHARDS 10.60 market on packing grades, being done in commercial chunks at practically made it impossible to Austrian official statement, issued and pledged their support of him and and Necia Adams; Fourth Grade Announcements have been received with shipper and bacon specialties at $185220. The British, French and conduct soft drink stands by recent recently announced that after five Margaret Dillion; Fifth Grade Ira days the entire ticket this fall. legislation; they go farther by rein this region here from Louisville by friends and $11 11.25. Trash is selling around Italian inspections are taking of old It was democratic day in good,' not and Mae Adams; Eighth Grade Lin-ni- e Austrian heavy fighting withdrawn to relatives of the marriage of Miss $10 and a grade of mixed hogs with horse suitable for cavalry and every quiring a license fee of $500 for soartiltroops were Casey and if that county is Byrd Boone. liciting orders or distributing order Nancy Elizabeth Dudderar to Mr. a shipper top anywhere from $10:50 lery purposes. the west bank of the Cerna River. found in the democratic column after John M. Richards, Jr., which occurred to $11. Quality is steadily deteriorGrass cows and heifer declined blanks for mail order liquor houses, two Another raid on the east coast of on Monday evening, the 22nd of the votes are counted some ship- about indicating that PAYS PROMPTLY. with and providing a fine of $10 for each $1 cwt. in sympathy England was made. An official February in Louisville. The wedding ating, are experiencing countv months hence, many knowing ones difficulty in steers late last week, but a subse- order solicted in violation of same. pers T. C. Ball, of this city, paid for his statement says: "Shortly before 11 disapwill be both surprised and I. J. Monday for the 34th year, and o'clock in the evening our eastern was kept a secret until last Friday maintaining a marketward movement quent recovery of 25 50c has occurpointed. Don't forget that after Oct. 1st, during all of that time he has never coasts were attacked by several hos- when the announcements were issued. that is sufficient to meet killers' red. Cows selling at $5.40 6.85 and late the I. J. subscription price will be been more than four days late in re- tile airships. Bombs were dropped on The bride is a daughter of the Mrs. needs. Pigs are scarce, but the sea-o- n is reported in South America. is at hand when .he market is newing his paper. Would that there a few places. No details have been Zan Dudderar and a niece of DudCorn was strong all last week on $1.50 a year but till then you may Hustonville George F. DeBorde and . Fox usually filled with voung stuff. bad reports from the southwest subscribe for as many years in adwere more like him. received as regards the number of derar, of this city. Mr. and Mrs. Washington, Idaho and Montana healthy cash demand and the railroad vance as vou wish at $1 a year. raiders or their objective. The raid is Richards will be at home in Springhave contributed to a heavy supply situation, new high prices on the still progressing." Bailey Hill and wife, of Stanford, field, Mo., after September 20th. of lambs during the past week, caus- crop being made, but on Monday of HANGING FORK Although reports are that the pocommissioner s Sale were guests in our town last week prices broke 4c in sympadecline of 40c in westerns and this litical situation in Greece is growing BULLETIN BOARD IN C. O. BANK ing a85c in natives, the latter being thy week wheat. Recovery ensued. for a few days. with 65 FARM. FOR SALE Plaintiff. more serious, the facts are still Gus Geiszl, of Crab Orchard, the J. E. Chilton, et al, Cashier n. U. Skiles has placed a high point at Crop news is conflicting. Cash handlot. A revolt is reported to have j bulletin in the bank at Crab Orchard a poor two From the his mavs. shrouded. road contractor, is here with weeks back top western lers predict a material increase in $11.50 As I intend to go West I will sell chinery and a large force of work- Bell County Coke & Improvement spread from Macedonia to lhessaly for the benefit of those of his cus- lambs dropped this weeks to $10.45. the movement. Corn has reached ChiDefendants. and Epiraeus. The Entente Ministers tomers and friends who have some- In the case of natives the $10 quota- cago from Illinois and Iowa this week at public auction on Adams Company, et al, men getting out rock on the Pursuant to judgment rendered at Athens have drafted a' note for thing for sale or want to buy. It was tion was THURSDAY SEPT 28, 1916. farm on the Middleburg pike to put 9.75 that was two years old. Trade sentiherein on December 10th, 1915, and Premier Zaimis, the tenor of which filled up Saturday. A clever way to taking the eliminated, $9.25 on same. bulk. Western stuff has ment is more mixed than recently beginning at 9.30 o'clock A. M., MY J. A. Benedd, of Danville, was in supplemental order of sale entered is not known. advertise, but the patrons of it will been lightly sorted, packers prefer- and until the wheat market ettles FINE BLUEGRASS FARM, seven town a few days ago and had with at the Mav term 1916, the undersignThe new Russian offensive in Ga- find quicker, better results by using ring to buy in straight bands, taking down to a more normal condition miles west of Stanford and three him a Turkish dog, four months aid, ed Commissioner will on licia and Bukowina continues. Petro- the Interior Journal's bargain col- off the feeder end themselves. The nervousness is to be expected. The and a half miles east of Hustonville, which born on the waters. It attractgrad says the Russians have taken umn. Monday, September 11, 1916 heavy run has been due to acceptance Kansas prospective yield is only 50 on the banks of the Hanging Fork, ed lots of attention. miles east off by speculators of stock contracted for milion bushels, the smallest with two two miles from 0 & C. railroad, con proceed to offer for sale, at the positions forty-eigTwo houses owned by colored peo- front door of the court house in Lemberg. Attacks against the Austro-Germa- n Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and August delivery, much of it having exceptions since Kansas became an taining 253 acres. ple burned down at six o'clock Thurs- Pineville, Bell county, Kentucky, Will sell as a whole nr rffr in lines in Volhynia, Galicia .Diarrhoea Remedy. been run prematurely in apprehen-io- n important corn State. day afternoon. They were the homes commencing at two o'clock in the and the Carparthians were repulsed, This is a medicine that every famiPackers are not only clearing out two tracts, both of which are well of a railroad strike. This week of James Baldock and James Jones. afternoon. ly should be provided with. Colic $10.25 has been a common price ofr cellar stocks but are clamorous for improved. Une tract contains 93 acres Berlin says. Baldock's house was almost ready to and diarrhoea often come suddenly good western lambs. hogs to satisfy contracts, otherwise situated on the Turnersville and 1,000 acre tract of land, known fall in when discovered. They were as the Mount Vincent property, lyand it is of greatest importance that Feeding lambs sold at Omaha dur- the spread between trash and quality Knob Lick turnpike at Peyton's Charles E. Hughes, Republican eseating supper and had a narrow Louisville ing tumult- they be treated promptly. Consider ing the past week at $10.60 and this would be wider. Exports of hog prod- Well. Has nearly new improvements cape. Everything was destroyed. The and on both sides of theabout three nominee for President, faced Monday, the suffering that must be endured week it has been a $10 10.25 market uct continue on an extensive scale, consisting of frame building of sev Nashville railroa'd, uous audiences in Nashville house of Jones was destroyed, but miles below or north-weof Pine-viH- and was frequently 'interrupted by until a pyhsician can be secured or there, Iowa being a heavy purchaser. 16,490,000 pounds of meats and 6, en rooms, nails and porches, good the households goods were saved. found cheering for Wilson and heckled with medicine can be obtained . Chamber-laino- s A light class of western lambs is avail- 110,000 pounds of lard having 9,840,-00- cellar and cistern at dnnr. lnrcr to " The force of Gus Geiszl, that was 0 bacco farm, stock barn and all nec Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea able at Omaha than Chicago, which that outlet Jast week, against Said land is fullv describe in the questions. He declined to review the working nearby rendered great as- - judgment, and any furM-iand 6,042,000 pounds respective- essary outbuildings. The other tract descrip- State Guard and also to address a la- Remedy has a reputation second to warrants higher prices. The Chicago none for the quick relief which it market is on a $1010.10 basis. The ly a year ago. Despite high prices of 160 acres, has a brick dwelling of tion requisite will be furnished on bor meeting. Mr. and Mrs. 0. F. Floyd, of Obtainable everywhere. affords. spread between fat and feeding hogs are cutting profitably and lard eight rooms, good barn, cribs and all the day sale. 90 acres of bottom are the guests of Mr. and land is laid off into lots, blocks, lambs has been practically wiped out. looks legitimately healthy at the re- necessary outbuildings. Both farms men and as many women Three Mrs. J. H. Floyd. SALE AT CRAB ORCHARD. A year ago Omaha's top was $8.50 cent advance. Good hogs are scarce well watered and about seventy acres alleys, a map of which had a miraculous escape from death Bobbie Tucker has the typhoid streets and A large crowd attended the sale in August and veterans in the busi- everywhere and packers' cellars will in cultivation. Bnlnnre in irracc may be found of record in the Bell at Donerail, between Georgetown fever and at present is doing nicely. County Clerk's office in Deei Book of the late Alfred Davis' effects at ness refused to buy on that basis. be cleared before the winter packing Farms are adjoining and would make The sale of R. L. Berry held Sat- 15 at page 640. This bottom iand and Lexington Monday afternoon Crab Orchard Saturday and reason- In August, 1914, the Chicago top season begins, an iueai norae ior two families. urday was well attended and stock will be offered separately in blocks. when their machine was struck by a ably satisfactory prices were realiz- on feeding lambs was $7.40, a rec season begins. STOCK Though Queen and Crescent train. sold well. A stea'dily decreasing percentage I will also sell the following stock: TERMS OF SALE. Said prop- bruised, none was seriously injured. ed. Household and .kitchen furniture ord up to that time. In August, 1901, NanSquire Gann has rented the erty will be sold on terms and farming implements sold well.fthe Chicago top on feeding lambs was of good hogs indicates how high Four good brood mares andx four credit, of Charles in four equal insta'imenrs, of payable nie Brown property Milk cows brouerht from S50 to $65; S4.25. nrices having more than prices have stimulated gathering. good stock ewes; 25 head of hogs Wheeler and moved to town to learn in six, twelve, eighteen and twenty-fou- r peroid. Hogs sell in the country at $10 per by side. Two pair of mules; two Are You Looking Old? horses $10 to $100, yearling colt $61, doubled during the the ways of city life in his old days. only at rare intervals and yearling fillies, well bred; 70 head of Good staple wools are firm, but in-t- cwt. months. Old age comes quick enough with- mule $80. Auctioneer Peters cried grades show a declining ten- - growers' determination not to over- godd stock ewes; 25 head of hogs , sale. OF SALE: Said prop- out inviting it. Some look old at ferior PURPOSE dency. Dealers show no disposition to stay a good market is excusable. The and three cows and calves. erty is to be sold to satisfy judg- forty. That is because they neglect How to Give Good Advise. CROPS ment for purchase money due ths the liver and bowels. Keep your Constipation the Father of Many Ills shade prices on qualitied grades. predicted supply gap is already developing and but for a conspicuous 100 barrels of corn, five stacks of The best way to give good advice estate of Vincent Boreing, deceased, bowels regular and your liver healOf the numerous ills that affect Foreign markets are firm. Boston is to set a good example. When oth- amounting to twenty-eiga large share start with' ports sales of Michigan quarter and percentage of trash current receipts hay; 15 acres of hemp and nine thousand, thy and you will not only feel youngwools at 4U(a4ic, ass at western markets would be small. acres of tobacco. ers see how quickly you get over on hundred and sevenvv nine dolhus er but look younger.' When troubled constipation. Keep your bowels reg - three-eigntFarming implements of all kinds. cent your cold by taking Chamberlain's" and six cents, ( $23,179 06), with with constipation or biliousness take ular and they may be avoided. When incr Drices being a three-eight- higher. Mis If present prices continue the adhave vance guard of the new crop will TERMS: Made known on day of Cough .Remedy they are HKeiy to ioi-lo- w interest from date of judgment; unJ Chamberlain's Tablets. They are in- a laxative is needed take Chamber- souri quarter and your example. This remedy has the cost of the action. L. K. RICE, tended especially for these ailments lain's Tablets. They not, only move sold at 3940c. Original packages of show up late next month at defici- sale. Call and see the place yourself. been in use for many years and en- Master Commissioner of Bell Coun-t- v and are excellent. Easy to take and the bowels but improve the appetite Utah and Idaho fine and fine medium ent weights in anticipation of the For any other particulars or infnr-t ObCourt most agreeable in effect. Obtain- and strengthen the digestion. Ob- have sold at 2728c, and 80c clean stereotpyed break at the inception of mation see or write me. R. C. NUN- joys an excellent reputation. 70-the winter packing season. basis, and Wyoming three-eightAugust 21, 1916. everywhere. tainable everywhere. able everywhere. ataatord, Kj JR. F. D. 5. tainable SPEECHES FROM BOTH PARTIES Notwithstanding Raw Deal His Party Gave Him In Recent Primary ed PRESIDENT AT HODGENVILLE Notwithstanding the fact that Lincoln county's two official delegates, George D. Florence and S. M. Saufley, were both prevented by illness from attending the Lincoln Day ceremonies at Hodgenville Monday, scores went from this county, most going through in autoes to see the President and witness the ceremonies. President Wilson, on behalf of the nation, accepted the farm near Hodgenville, Ky., where Abraham was born, the Memorial Lincoln Hall that shelters the historic log cabin and the maintenance fund of $50,000 to conserve the property as a national shrine. His address was a panegyric upon Lincoln and a tribute to his great Americanism, with eloquent counsel for a continuance of the spirit of democracy in which he said: "Here we may forever keep alive the vestal fires of democracy as upon a shrine at which some of the deepest and most sacred hopes of mankind may, from age to age, be rekindled." The President spent an hour sightseeing in Louisville on his return from Hodgenville and departed at 5 o'clock Monday for Washington. He was welcomed by cheering crowds at every place "where he appeared throughaut the day "Davy" Goes to The Bat Logan's Fort Unveiling Cattle Market Unstable $700 For Pair of Mules To Be Conducted Here Friday Under Auspices of D. A. R. I Defends His Policies semi-panic- ky five-year-o- ld Logan- so-call- ed -Whitley n. na-H- nn "old-fashion- ed natio- m ht nt -- un-boss- ed st l-2- Ma-then- y, Autro-Hungar-ian- s, ht st e. pr Cyn-thian- a, 15-ye- ar he r ht 1 ns hs Cii-iui- 1. hs rL.i, The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky: Tuesday, September 5, 1916. tfetfheBANKljook first ;gmd be a . The Interior Journal S. M. SATJFLET SAVES DAUGHTER Advice of Mother no Doubt Pre-Tent- Editor and Proprietor s $1.00 a Year in Advance, Paper Stops When Time For "Which It is Paid, Expires. Entered at the Postoffiee at Stanford, Ky., as Second Clat 3! 3l HHrPHBH'vli man with money .r. .! .SA.,JA 'VV 'mcl ill II . Daughter's Untimely End. Ready, Ky. " I was not able to dc anything for nearly six months," writes Mrs. Laura Bratcher, of this place, "and was down in bed for three months. I cannot tell you how I suffered with tny head, and with nervousness and womanly troubles. Our family doctor told my husband he could not do me any good, and he had to give it up. We tried another doctor, but he did not help me. At last, my mother advised me to take Cardui, the woman's tonic. 1 thought it was no use for I was nearly dead and ndhing seemed to do me any good. But I took eleven bottles, and now I am able lo do all of my work and my own washing. I think Cardui is the best medicine in the world. My weight has increased, and I look the picture of health. " If you suffer from any of the ailments peculiar to women, get a bottle of Cardui today. Delay is dangerous. We know it will help you, for it has helped so many thousands of other weak women in the past 50 years. At all druggists. Write to: Chattanooga Medicine Co., Ladies' Advisory Dept.. Chattancoca. Tenn.. for Steciai bock. "Heme Instruction! en your case ana TreaUnect lor Women." in c:a!n wrasper. N.C SB 64-pa- nll,l ET - Rail Road Strike The great Rail Road Strike that a few days ago seemed so certain to tie up the traveling and shipping traffic of our country has been declared off at least for the present. Most of our fall goods are in our shelves, the balance will now be here in a few days, and we want to give you 'K9 I II I Democratic Ticket I'' Uii For President Woodrow Wilson. For V. Pres. T. R. Marshall. For Congress Harvey Helm. Political Announcements The Interior Journal is authorized to announce the following candidates for office subject to the Democratic primary the first Saturday in August, 1917. (Announcement fee for each county office is $10; for magisterial and city offices, $5; no announcement will be made until fee is paid in advance.) FOR SHERIFF J. H. LIVINGSTON EDISON FOR WILSON Woodrow Wilson and his accomplish ments, not given by a Democrat, was that paid by Thomas A. Edison, the world's greatest inventor, and a lifelong Republican. Edison says that he intends to vote for Wilson in Nov ember and tells his reasons which are well worth reading by every true hearted American. They follow. "Not since 1860 has any campaign made such a direct call of simon pure Americanism; the times are too serious to talk or think in terms of republicanism or democracy. Real Americans must drop parties and get down to big fundamental principles. "More than any other President in my memory Wilson has been faced by a succession of tremendous problems, any one of which decided the wrong way would have had disastrous consequences. Wilson's decisions so far have not got us into any serious trouble, nor are they likely to. "He has given us peace with honor. This talk about the United States being despised is nonsense. Neutrality is a mighty trying policy, but back of it are international law, the rights Hit: l L Ori6 More Final Notice Of the splendid chance to SAVE DIMES AND DOLLARS .By selecting now from our Remnant Counters of The fundamental principles of education are "readin', 'ritin' and 'rithmetic." AH of these can be learned more practically 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. A LUitrsi. A muuie X A iu 1J A A r x lesiueni. Men's Summer Clothes, Straw Hats, Underwear, Men's and Women's Low Shoes At prices you cannot, with good business judgment, afford to let get by you. Our next notice to you will be about our Fall and Winter Hustonville 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 We Will Save You Money on frigerators, Ice Cream Freezers, Coolers, Etc. ALSO LAWN MOWERS TOOLS. AND;GAR-DE-N Re- GEORGE H. FARRIS. CORN CUTTERS Stop and Look at Our One Horse, Two-RoCorn Cutter. w of humanity and the future of civilization. "With reference to Mexico, I think that the President has acted wisely, justly and courageously. It was right that the United States should not have recognized such a murderous personality as Huerta. I do not believe that we should have intervened nor do I believ xnat we should intervene now. Mexico is a troublesome neighbor just now, but war her better one. Both against England and conquest is not coins: to make and against human slavery the United States worked out it's salvation through revolution, and it was a pretty slow trying process. "It has been said that Wilson at first was against preparedness. Perhaps he was, but when convinced intelligent public opinion was overwhelmingly in favor of it, he changed. That is the proper thing for our President to do. A President defiant of public opinion, would be a dangerous man in our system of government. "They say he has blundered. Perhaps he has. But I notice that he usually blunders forward." L. F. Steele and bride have arrived home from their bridal tour. Ike Routenburg and family were the guests of his brother at McKin-ne- y Goods. for the day Sunday. Frank Hunn, of High Bluff was here the first of this week on business. Dr. Carl Wheeler, of Lexington motored here Sunday and returned Monday morning with his wife and on, Carl, Jr., after a pleasant stay in this vicinity. The entertainment for the benefit of the Christian church to be given mare and colt in Lincoln county. 70-lat Alcorn's Opera House, Friday Jos. Ballou night, Sept. 1, promises to be a very enjoyable affair. The young people A NEW buggy for sale at a will give a play, "Fun On Bingville 70-3- t. B. D. Carter. Branch," also music and recitations. following people attended a The temperance rally at Hubble Sunday, FOR SALE Four Poland China Misses Clara Nunnelley, Elizabeth Boars; large type." M. S. Baughman, and Mary Peavyhouse, Rose Yowell, Stanford, Ky. 68 4 Mr. Sam McKinnoy, Mesdames Geo. Tucker, J. K. Baughman, Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Helm, Mr. and Mrs. F. M. NOTICE 5 per cent penalty addWare and daughter, of McKinney. ed to school tax, Oct. 2. L. R. B. W. Leigh is back home from a Hughes, Treas. 70-t- d trip to Illinois. Perry Herndon, of near Chilton, LOST Large craventette coat bepassed thru here a few days ago with tween Stanford and Lancaster. Perry Russell, whose mind is badly for return to this office. 69-- 2 unbalanced. He was taken to Liberty. COUNTY TEACHERS' EXAMIS. P. Stephenson, the stock farmer on the Middleburg pike sold a hun- NATION White, Sept. 15 and 16; dred acres of his farr-- for $100 an Colored, Sept. 22 and 23. G. Single69 2t. acre to J. B. Burton, of Fairview ton, Supt. Farm. This is soml of the best land in the county and will make Mr. BurFOR SALE My residence on East ton a nice home. Main street. Apply to E. L. Rein-har- t. Bowman Mvers and mother accom66 tf panied by Miss Lizzie Phillips, of Liberty motored to the Crab Orchard LIDS FOR KIDS School hats for Springs last Sunday. the little ones, 35c, 50c, 75c and SI. Senator Montgomery and father, Miss Ella May Saunders, Stanford, of Liberty accompanied by T. L. Car70-p. McRoberts & Baile y ssa Chattanooga, Tenn., And Return, $6.90 From Junction City, Ky. KOUNI)-TKI- L 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. 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. H. STANFORD, Corner Main and Depot Streets, HIGGINS KENTUCKY Both in its news columns and editorially, the Philadelphia North American, a recognized Roosevelt organ and up to the present, a supporter of Charles E. Hughes in a last week's issue makes the statement that the Republican candidate Prois now facing "a nation-wid- e gressive revolt." A special dispatch from San Frcoiciso declares that Chester Howell, Progressive leader and member of the RepubV'can National campaign committee, has denounced the Republican candidate for "abandoning the Progressives of California to the Old Guard wolves." The paper commenting upon Mr. Howell's denunciation says: "It points to an impending Progressive war on the candidate which may eai-l- y react on the situation in every state in the Union, especially in the doubtful states." penter motored here last Saturday. Mrs. Lou Fiddler, of Lebanon, left for her home a few days ago after spending a pleasant visit with friends and relatives here. Miss Lucille Petra has returned to Tennessee after a visit here. Samuel Peavyhouse, of Willowby's Branch has a tobacco stLik growing in his patch which measured seven feet and had sixty leaves on it a week ago and at that time had shown no signe of blooming. He is taking great care of the plant and it will be reported in these columns how large it got as soon as it develops. 2. FOR SALE. Two young milk cows; three yearling steers and an old mare. C. M. Young, Highland. HAVE about S00 acres of knob land for sale, very cheap; also a good farm of about 190 acres. Wm. LAND GRAF, Waynesburg, Ky. 70tf YOUR 1916 City 'Taxes are due Please call and settle. All back taxes that are not paid this week will be advertised next week. B. D. CARTER. W. E. PERKINS, Crab Orchard, Kentucky ONCE. Some AT WANTED seed. Barley and rye. Please give price delivered on the Q. & C. railMt. road at your nearest station. J. H. 70-The most profitable little meeting Williams, Norcross, Tenn. ever held by Rev. J. G. Livingston came to a close Sunday night with FOR SALE Extra fine richly ten additions to the church one by bred Shorthorn cattle bulls, heifers baptism. The largest crowd ever and cows. It will pay you to get my collected here attended the meeting. figures. J. M. Owsley, Roachdale, Bro. Carter came up Sunday to Indiana. 67 4p Zion 4. Fall Clothing We have just received our first shipment of Fall Clothing and they are mm A WAY up in the mountains of Western North Carolina are the beautiful and attractive Tesorts Asheville, Black Mountain, Hendersonville, Breof vard, Lake Toxaway, Saluda, Waynesville, (Lake Junaluska), Flat Rock, Hot Springs, and Tryon. Spend y ur vacation at one of these cool and delightful places or at Tate Spring, Tenn. Round trip Excursion tickets are on sale daily, good until October 31st, via Special denominational Missionary and Bible Conferences at Black Mountain, Ridge Crest and Waynesville, N. C. (Lake Junaluska.) Franklin Mercer Anderson district nominated M. J. Meagher, of Frankfort, for the vacancy caused by the appointment of Senator George Speer as Banking Commissioner. Such a nomination is of little interest here except in so far as the selection of a man like Meagher means the addition of one more senator of unimpeachable integrity, high honor, and unusual fidelity to his friends to the upper house of the General Assembly. The State Senate will be honored by having a man of the calibre Mike Meagher as a member. A California paper says that the newspapers writers who have followed Charles Charles E Hughes across the continent in his private car all say the same thing just like making a campaign for office in Iceland. It is stated that the Republican nominee, after one of his cold receptions in called the reporters into his car and said: "You gentlemen me right to the are not American people. You must give mr--a personality; you must make me human." One of the reporters replied. "Well Mr. Hughes, how do you expect us to do what God Almighty has mid-summ- The Democratic committee of the Southern Railway allowed at all points. Three special Low Fare Excursions will be run during the summer. Ask for details. Stop-overs failed to do?" For full information see Ticket Agent, Southern Railway, or write B. H. Todd, District Passenger Agent, Louisville, Kentucky. BRING YOUR JOB PRINTING TO THE I. J, Herald, stalwart republican organ, writing of Hughes' trip thru the west said that the hardest thing that Mr. Hughes found to contend against was that President Woodrow Wilson has "kept the country out of war and steered it along a course of pros perity." This is exactly what will 'Wilson .Feace and Prosperity.. No republicanargument can possibly defeat them. re-ele- A correspondent of the Somerset ct FOR RENT. My farm on Crab Orchard pike next to Mrs. M. A. day. Hail's place has' 100 acres; house of Mrs. Millie Murrell is very low. four rooms. Mrs. Nannie Siler, LanMrs. Bell Adams was the guest of Mrs. Ida Thompson, Wednesday af- caster, Kv. ternoon. THERE came to my place about Mr. and Mrs. Hiram Thompson, of five weeks ago a light colored sow; Ottawa were the guests of their son, will weigh about 250 pounds; owner William Thompson last we'ek. Mr. Jones Smith and family, of can get same by proving sow and and this notice. W. Knoxville Tenn., have returned home paying for keep 4. P. White, Route Phone 3750. 70-- 2 from a two weeks' stay with relatives here. FURNITURE, Mattings, Druggets, A very sad affair took place here on the 19th of this month when the Rugs, Wall Paper, Lace CuHains. old mill owned by A. A. Wren ex- Window Shades, Trunks. Suit Cases. ploded and scalded to death old Un- Pictures and Mouldings. W. A. Trib-blcle Joda Smith, one of our oldest and Stanford. 42tf best men. He was burnt all over and lived about 20 hours. He was NOTICE All having claims against 111 a good kind man and deserves all the praise one can give. He was the estate of the late Mrs. Nanabout 70 years of age and is sur- nie P. Adams, will prssent them vived by his loving wife and two properly verified, according to law daughters, Mary Hensley and Mrs. to the undersigned on or before Quintilla Watson and three sons, Thursday, September 7, 1916. Those Jonas Smith, of Knoxville, L. Frank iwrnf her will also settle at once. p and Tom, of this place. These sad J. G. Hayes, Crab Orchard, Ky., hearts are deep in mourning but we FOR SALE privately, the S. E. say to them cheer up and think of the bright home he is now in where Owsley farm of 220 acres; large colonial brick residence, celsuffering and troubles are not known. Mr. Bill Brown has the typhoid lar, cistern, two barns, smoke house, tenant house, and other buildings; fever. situated in heart of the Blue Grass rich limestone soil in excelcultivation; in Lincoln CENT ADS lent state of towns of Danville. Lancounty, near (Ads here are 1 cent a word each issue, cash caster and Stanford, wh,ere there are with order; no ad less than 25c each issue.) excellent churches and schools. Will be sold at a bargain. For particulars FOR SALE CHEAP Wheat drill, address Mrs. W. R. Rice, Southern 67-- tf wheat fan, disc harrow, best brood Hotel, Jackson, Tenn. 70-2- p. e, 6S-3ry, -A- attend the meeting. Mrs. Anna Griffiin, of Mt. Vernon has been visting relatives and friends and attending the meeting. Mr. and Mrs. George White have been visiting Lancaster friends and relatives. Miss Hazel Graham will shortly depart for Knoxville where she will join her sister and they together will fork in a mill there. Mrs. Ida Thompson continues to be about the same. Mrs. Laura Benge was the guest of Mrs. Mollie Benge last Wednes- TEACHERS' INSTITUTES White teachers' institute, Sept. 25 to 29, Stanford. Colored Teachers' institute, Sept. 11 to 15, Stanford. G. 69 2t Singleton, Supt. FOR SALE 45 acre farm; near church and school; free range. Write for particulars. Address John Buh-re- r, Crab Orchard, Ky., R. R. 1, Box No. 92. 69 4 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. mi wu i CKinX)SCLOTnE &WftTCCO itwuri ROBINSONS Groceries, Field Seeds, &., &c, T. D. Newland & Son, Opposite the Phone No. 168. Court-Hous- e, -WORD Stanford, Kentucky. The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky: Tuesday, September 5, 1916. i. 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., day, where he will accept a position. Clarence Singleton made a pleasure trip to Cincinnati where he spent the first of the week. Will Severance left for the East this morning to buy goods for Severance & Sons. Mrs. Alice DePauw, of Georgetown, is the guest of Mrs. James N. Cash. Miss Byrd rerkins, of Crab Orchard, has been the attractive guest of Miss Pattie Perkins. Mrs. Lucy Miller iJartley has returned home from Crab Orchard Srpings, where she spent a week. Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Severance and son, Heath Severance, who spent the summer at Crab Orchard Springs returned here Monday. Mrs. J. F. Larue, of Louisville, is the guest of her sister, Mrs. G. F. DeBorde. Mrs. A. P. Hunn spent last week at McKinney with Mrs. Edgar Reynolds. Miss Mary Moore Raney left Sunday for Cincinnati to enter the College of Music. Misses Blanche VanDeveer and Lillian Mueller left Saturday for Morganton, N. C, where they will Will Carson, Jr., went to Lancaster this morning for a short viist. Ed Brady left for Cincinnati Sun- Corns Loosen, Lift Right Off Will Do Nothing But "GETS-IT- " This to Corns and Calluses. Heard About lown Don't forget that after Oct. 1st, the I. J. subscription price will be $1.50 a year but till then you may subscribe for as many years in advance as you wish at $1 a year. Jesse Manning has taken a position with J. H. Baughman & Co., at the mill. George Burdette, electrician of the Danville phone exchange, is laid up at his home with a severe boil on a foot. C. S. Lyons, the well known Hanging Fork poultry fancier, was laid up with the grip last week and unable to take his birds to the Nicholasville fair to show. A record attendance was registered at the reopening of the Stanford Graded and High Schools Monday, and every indication points to a most successful year. Contractor J. R. Powell has a force of men enlarging the entrance porch to the lower grades in the old college building down town. He will have it in shape the opening of school on Monday. Hil m. i. t 0(3, l "' , H fmpgy, UftO I I If tried lots of things to get rid of them salves that eat your toe and leave that the corn remaining, cotton rings pop- your make corns bulge out like you've ever had corns, you've llUlfi For Infants and Children. :3ov 6W-2- rt The Kind You Have Always Bought ALCOHOL 3 PER CENT. ANtdetelk Prrniral Inn for r sfmilalfiigtoroocfsiKlReguIa-linllie SiO'iiiicIis arjUJowelscf J- Wi JffifOTETSfl s Bears the Signature Promotes BigesitonCccSi-ncs- $ ill "fTNT- 4lS: hi M eyes, scissors and knives that make corns bleed and sore, harnesses and bandages that fill up your shoe, press on the corn and make your foot feel like a paving block. "What's the use? "Why not do what millions are doing, off take 3 seconds you and apply "GETS-IT.- " put your stocking It dries, on right away, and wear your regucorn loosens from lar shoes.C Yourright off. It's painthe toe, it lifts way, the less. It's the common-sens- e simplest, easiest, most effective way in the world. It's the national corn-curNever fails. "GETS-IT- " is sold and recommended by druggists everywhere. 25c a bottle, or sent on receipt of price, by E. Lawrence & Co., Chicago, 111. Sold in Stanford and recommended as the world's best corn remedy by The Lincoln Pharmacy e. and Restrcntainsneiilw Qpiuiu.Mcrphitie norMiueraL Not Narcotic. btw !UrW, i teach. You Can't Hide Corn Muery- - Stop Fooling Tonight and Around ! Use "GETS-1T- " See the Corns Vanish, J. K. Baughman, of the West End judged the mules at the big Nicholasville fair last week, and reports from there are to the effect that he gave splendid satisfaction in every way. - icrc:1" JbMc&ii- ilpctnrJs- lIi'Ccrtea3tSca WzaStrd- daSkdSapr- Jfecgprarflnr- ,.iMri-Amnjtf- i ..i Where ft will earn you interest and secure you a living, when you are old too infirm to work. Misses Nancy and Sarah Hunn returned home from Frankfort Saturday after a visit to Mrs. H. C. R. H. te. Miss Berda McClure is with Mrs. Bronaugh. The latter is doing as well as could be expected since John G. Baugh, who has been making his headquarters at Berea, aince coming back to Kentucky, after his visit to Missouri, came down for the fair last week. He may yet decide to EW a0 Err nj s:3o"l " return to Lincoln to make his home. sisting CZ 0. w Wcrns.Coirvdsions.Fevmsh- ness andLoss OF SLEEP. FacSur,?e Signaturz unn Anprfpct Remertv Tor Consfisa- i Mini uinisit ii. niirrTinPll iiiliilluii of Bettie Barnett. Dr. M. D. Early went J. D. Wearen went to Louisville way this morning to enter the girls' ville Monday afternoon to to Louis-a attend Tuesday to have his eyes treated. school there. She was acompanied meeting of the State Board of MisJudd Phillips, of Cincinnati, is over by Miss Mary Vanoy. sions. spending a few days with Ed WilkinMrs. Hallie Perkins is working in Wallace Withers ban returned to son and family. Mrs. D. M. Walker and children the Hustonville phone exchange this Cincinnati after spending the summer with his sister, Mrs. John M. Stone have returned from aseveral weeks week. Miss Kate Waters, chief operator and family. with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. J. William Reinhart has gone to Colof the phone exchange at Richmond, Puch at Vanceburg. Mrs. J. E. Rout and Miss Henrietta spent Sunday with her mother, Mrs. umbus, O., where he will join his brother, Harry Reinhart, who is atHietz, of Louisville, are the guests Rhoda Waters, here. Sam J. Embry, Jr., got in Monday tending school there. of Mrs. W. L. Cordier. The latter Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Hayes, are in morning from Akron, Ohio, where joined her sister here. he has been holding a position in a the East End, from their home at McMechen, W. Va., having been calllarge rubber factory. Mrs. J. C. Robinson, of Lancaster, ed there by the death of her mother, spent Sunday with Mrs. Anna Bailey Mrs. Nannie P. Adams. BEAN HOW T. J. Curtis and daughter, Mis and Mr. W. H. Underwood and family-Florence Curtis, of Somerset, have Mrs. Anna Bailey leaves this week been visiting relatives in the East This for Danville, where she has accepted End. to hiswas Mr. Curtis'18first visit years. old home for back & Wisea nice position with Welsh J. W. Hayden, of Paris, is over man Company. Miss Claudia Eaton went to Belle-vu- e on business, and is the guest of his Carried Safely Through Change Mrs. Mary Welch, here. He her last weeK to of Life by Lydia E. Pinkham's .work late the high school resumeSupt. sister,accompanied by his daughter, was under in Vegetable Compound. Miss Mary Craig Hayden, who is the J. W. Ireland. Louis Omer, of West Point, Ga., guest of Mrs. Mary Craig. Prescott Brown got in late last Nashville, Tenn. "When I was going who has been visiting friends here, week from Asheville, N. C, where he went to Lexington last week on a through the Change of Life I had a tu short visit. has been holding a position for severIII. i IIIIIIMIIilllllllllll mor as large as a Mr. A. H. Baugh and son, Arthur al months. He plans to enter medical child's head. The Herbert, of Hustonville, have been college Rev. Alfred A. Higgins, of Louisdoctor said it was the guests of her mother, Mrs. J. A ville and his sister, Miss Elizabeth tnree years coming Simpson in Wayne county. 1 and gave me meai- - Misses Cora Lee and Bonnie Lee Higgins, of Stanford, motored to last Friday for a visit cine for it until I j Perkins went to Lancaster this morn-wa- s Crab Orchard Egbert. Mrs. called awayinff to visit the former's aunt and to E. J. Kate Taylor and son of Wayne from the city fortuncle air- - and lrs- Jonn Dayton. county, were in Somerset Monday on . Mrs. D. B. Southard and children li bumc 4.: mi. "Mwent to Mt. Vernon this morning to business. While there Mr. Taylor course I could not,visit her daughter Mrs. w. B. Mc-g- o sold a pair of aged mules to D. L. Rankin, of Lincoln county at a fancy to him then, so t Bee, mysister-in-lawtold- j C. Carnen- - price. B. JC I & 3f f me that she thought ' terE.went Camnbell and H. to the auto Miss Somerset News. Berta Jean Penny returned from Stanford Hopkinsville Monday accomCom- -' speedway races at Cincinnati Mon- - from Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable panied by Miss Emma Noe, who will helped both 'day. pound would cure it. It be her guest a few days after which the Change of Life and the tumor and ' Mr. and Mrs. W. G. McBee, of Mt. they will leave for Cincinnati to rewhenlgoth turn to the Conservatory of Music. ,. took the Pmkham remedies until the Mrs. J. N. Sharp., and daughter. wov I was gone, the doctor said, and I tumor Miss Annie Gay Lutes, who has Miss Maurine, of Williamsburg, spent have not felt it since. I tell every one been the guest of Mrs. H. D. Frye several davs with her sister. Mrs. h,d. how I was cured. If this letter will i at Hubble, returned to her home in C. Eubanks in the West End. Her Sharp, help others you are welcome to use it." ' Lexington, where she will soon enter other daughter, Miss Estelle school. went on to Loretto, to enter Mrs. E. H. Bean, 525 Joseph Avenue, (Hamilton College. Mr. and Mrs. H. ' 'ss Lucile Cooper leaves Thurs- - have ?een with her H. Banford, who Nashville Tenn parents, Mr. and I day afternoon for a brief visit to Mrs. Lvdia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com- Forestus Reid at their summer C. Kelly at Campbellsville, pound a pure remedy containing the Mrs. L. . home on the Hustonville pike for tQ before extractive properties of good old fash- - f Qr her duties as teacher in the some time, returned to their home in Chicago Saturday. ioned roots and herbs, meets the needs . School for the Deaf there, Miss Sallie Cooke, who has been of woman's system at this critical period i Robert C. Saufley and two irs with her sister, Mrs. G. B. Cooper, , little sons, William and Robert, Jr., of her life. Try it to of Phoenix, Ariz., are guests of her If there is any symptom in your ' husband's brother, S. M. Saufley and went to Nashvjlle Sunday for a short visit her brothers and sisters beease wliicli puzzles you, write to fore going back to Pittsburgh, Pa., and his mother, the Lydia E. Pinkham Medicine family and family, here.Mrs. J. C. for her duties in the School for the Co., Lynn, Mass. Blind. Mrs. J. H. Turner and daughter, Miss Edna Grace, 'of Nicholasville, motored over and have been guests of Mrs. Turner's sisters, Mesdames J. R. Harris, J. A. Walter and J. W. Bring Ail of .Y Bryant for a few days. They all motored to Crab Orchard Thursday for Your the day. Miss Sadie Lillard, who has been visiting Mrs. Mary Craig, for several weeks, left Saturday for Boulder, Mont., where she teaches in the School for the Deaf the coming term. She stopped by Louisville on her for the Best way west for a short visit to Mrs. Andi'ew Whitley. Attention Rev. Joseph Hopper, who has been l preaching at the Presbyterian church at Corbin during the summer, is here with his mother, Mrs. Kitty Hopper now, and will soon go to Louisville to complete his theological work at the seminary of his denomination in Miss Thelma Powell went to Mid- Mrs. Bessie May Chappell, of Indianapolis, is the guest of Mrs. J. W. Mr. J. P. Parker, of Lexington, wa Lunsford, who is considerably imthe guest of Miss Lucinda Lutes sev- proved in health. eral days last week. Mrs. M. C. Saufley, who spent the Sept. 8. Ladies Aid Society of Roland VonGruenigan, of Lpuis-vill- summer in Central Kentucky, returnthe Baptist church will meet with was here last week the guest ed to her home at Knoxville SaturMrs. E. C. Walton at 2 :30 P. M. day. of relatives. Mrs. O. F. Ashmore, of Peoria, 111., Sept. 9 The Beulah Walker CirMrs. E. McCormack, of Huston-vill- e and Mrs. Ella T. Green, of Hustoncle will meet with Miss Gertrude Wilvisited her daughters near Stan- ville, are visiting their sister-in-lakinson, at 2:30 o'clock. ford last week. her operation. Personal and Social e, Mr. W. E. Skiles, who has been ashis brother. Cashier H. G. Skiles in the Crab Orchard Banking Company, while T. Hhays Bronaugh was taking a vacation, returned to his home in Louisville Saturday. The road workers on the Danville pike are reopening the old Huffman W iw& f For Over .". -- PS.O r O,- - tferS ir""! ItVN-- w, Mi-s- . of Prairie, Miss., who has been here on business for several weeks, leaves tonight for his home. James Cooper returned home Sunday from Litchfield, 111., where her has been with his brother, Edwin Cooper for several weeks. Rev. and Mrs. W. S. Grinstead and daughter, Miss Antoinette have gone to Bloomfield for a brief stay. Rev. Grinstead not being able to preach yet will come here and reside. Spalding Hill has returned from Chicago, where he has been taking W. A. Todd, a special course in College, preparatory to entering Center College for MRS. MET THE CRISIS another year. Mr. and Mrs. John G. Lynn, of Shelby City section, were in town this afternoon. Iney are preparing to mow to DanviUe the lattei part of the week in order that tlreiv children may get the benefit cf tho schools. The Sick Folks Attorney George D. Florence is out after a week's illness. J. N. Menefee, Sr., is out after a severe siege with an abscess on a tooth. Col. John W. Rout continues quite weak but holding his own remarkably Florence is reported as not today, though able to 'get up town last week. Alex Ross, of Hayden's Switch section, who has been quite ill as the result of an operation, is still very low, his friends regret to know. W. E. Naylor, who has been quite ill of typhoid fever on the farm of J. F. Pettus, south of Stanford, is reported as considerably improved. Dr. J. B. Perkins, typhoid fever patient, is reported as being quite Mrs. Le-lill today. His mother-in-laB. Cook, is greatly improved and able to sit up a little now. J. J. McCall, of Maretsburg, father of Logan McCall, of this city, recently underwent a serious operation in Norton Infirmary, Louisville. He is doing nicely at last accounts. Helen Hester, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Will Hester, who has been quite ill with typhoid fever, is greatly improved her many friends will be glad to kown, and now on the high road to recovery. She received the best nursing from Mrs. Isa Tucker. Dave Thomas, who has been quite ill with typhoid fever for several weeks, sustained a hemorrhage Sunday afternoon late, and his condition became very critical. He has been holding his own since then, however, though still a very ill man. Lr Hi f well. m J. C. so well 91 -- ff w, ia . Mc-Cla- ry I vLiS Prescriptions W X JJv k&ll IjpV pl HALE. On August 23rd, Miss Gertrude Jones and Mr. Virgil Hale surnris-e- d their many friends l driving to Highland to Mr. C. M. Young's and there they were mec by lifc. Wriylit, V at ' ited the who r:::u the ".. : hearts of this popular young couple in the holy bonds of matrimony. The bride is the pretty and attractive old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Jones, west Highland. She was attired in a beautiful white satin with lace vest and sleeves and trimmed in JONES 18-ye- ar quarry, having found an underlayer of clay beneath a quarry which was opened at the Hammond place near the Hanging Fork covered bridge. Contractor Will Stone is just finishing up a nice eight room bungalow on his lot on Portman .avenue west of his home and the cottage occupied by Mr. and Mrs. McKee Fiffe. The new house will probably be occupied by the latter when the finishing touches are put on it. D. B. Spragens, who taught in the Stanford High school last year has accepted a position as local editor of the Georgetown Times, a weekly paper. Spragens has had an inclination for newspaper work for years, and his many friends here will wish him unbounded success. J. F. Gover lost five god sheep from inflammation of the bowels last week. The Messrs. Sweeney, from Ekla-takMont., who have been visiting old time friends in the West End and in Casey county, spent Inursday at the fair here and received many warm welcomes from those who had known them in bygone days. This was their first visit back home to Kentucky in half dozen years. They are both prominent business men in their far western home, and incidenappreciattally, have been long-timed subscribers to the I. J. The I. J. has received a much appreciated letter from Mrs. J. L. Kidd, of Montezuma, Iowa, who is a former Lincolnite. Mrs. Kidd has been quite ill for some time, her many friends back home will regret to know. As soon as she improves she will go with her husband and Jack Vanhoover to Minnesota, which the physicians say will be better for her. Mrs. Kidd 5c n cicfor nf "Mrs Rpttip Martin, of the Arabia section, of this county, and she has a brother at Jumbo, both of whom she is anxious to see and to whom she sends her love and best wishes to all of her friends. "You can say for mc that the sweepstake saddle ring shown at the Knights of Pythias Fair Thursday afternoon was the best that has been exhibited at any fair this year, Lex ingtcn not excepted," said Mr. John Dolan, of Lexington, who was one of the judges here and who knows as much about a horse as anybody, to an I. J. man. "I do not believe there will be another ring to compare with it unless many of the same horses gather at the State Fair," he added. It was a great fair all the way thru and the Knights of Pvth-ia- s are proud of their effort. They worked hard but the result is so pleasing that they are sorry that they did not do more. The Somerset News said Friday: Col. Ed. Walton, of Stanford, was in the city yesterday taking in the nnH Aniovinc a real fair. drriitc Thirfv vonr utm the manacrinET edi tor and Ed. Walton "stuck" type to gether on the interior Journal, wnen a, e, tz lliiliilteis p 1 k The CEKXAun CoxpatcT, NEW YORK. rrwtcrwrePCSff7'JS??:rM H 'I I M I lXfi'l'. 1 r 1hU.ihVNSMv.'mi'ww. 1S.VOBOI ... r: jttt ih-i- Thirty Years l i .c zA 8 SOSS ' jj,; nr.Sr ' . '" i 4l.. CnAf I pit r3 aiSSSa! kxact Copy of Wrapper. TBCCtHHUHCOVMir, ft CD 39Q I I &5S$1M NCWCXCITY SSSSE2ESS52gSSSgS2SaSIS PICTURES FOR THIS WEEK saJSLZ'LZ&iBfcjaea mim Tonight Paramount "The Ragamuffin" Jesse L. Lasky Blanche Sweet. Wednesday Mutual "The Spirit of 'Gl" Thanliouser. 3 reel special feature. Thursday Paramount "The Call of the Cumberlands." Pallas Dus-ti- n Farnum. A Kentucky story by John Fox, Jr. Friday Mutual "The Girl and the Game. No. 8. Mutual Special Comedy. TEMPERANCE RALLY AT HUBBLE Prof. Hofman, pastor of the Meth- odist church at Hubble and his mother, invited the district president of the W. C. T. U. to bring as many of the temperance folks as could or as would come over and hold a temperance meeting in the Methodist church not for Methodists only but for all who would come, last Sunday morning. A number of the White Ribbon ladies from Hustonville and McKinney and a few gentleman accepted the very cordial invitation and drove over for the 11 o'clock service. The way was well paved, 'the docfr was wide open. The "rally folks" rendered a temperance program which was kindly and heartily received. The congregation is unusually wide awake active and well organized for a little country church and their response to the appeal for the temperance cause was prompt and beautiful. A local union was partially organized with names and a good about thirty-fou- r many more names yill be added to the charter roll next Sunday afternoon, we hope. This splendid young pastor and his most gracious mother with their young friend, Miss Telman were untiring in their unbounded We zrust God may hospitality. abundantly bless them and their good congregation and that not one young "lamb" may go the way of the rum traffic. Mrs. J. K. Baughman. CLAUDE C. LEETE (From Davenport Wash., Tribune) Claude C. Leete, age 38, native of Walla Walla and for most of his life a resident of Lincoln county and of Davenport, died at his home in Tipton, Ind., Friday, July 28, after being confined to his bed for 12 days. Death resulted from liver trouble aggravated by other complications. His death was not entirely unexpected, friends in Davenport being in formed by telegram of his serious illness a few days before his death. The body was brought to Davenport for burial, funeral services being held yesterday afternoon at the Christian church, Rev. O. D. Harris preaching. At the cemetery the services were conducted by the masonic order of which he was a member. A large number of friends attended the funeral services and followed the body to Mountainview cemetery for its final rest. Mr. Leete was for years a resident of Davenport, and for 12 years was in the county auditor's office in some capacity, the last two being auditor pf Lincoln county, his term expired in January, 1914. In honor to his long and faithful service in the employ of the county the court house was closed during his funeral He left Davenport the services. spring of 1914, being at Rossland B. C, visiting his mother, Mrs. A. T. Collis, for some time, later was employed at Spokane University, Spokane, still later in Montana with a title and security company, and the last spring he went to Tipton, Ind., where he accepted a position with an interurban company, where he was employed at the time of his death. Deceased was born at Walla Walla, was a graduate of the Sprague high school In June, 1910 he ws married to Miss Margaret Livingston, of Kentucky, Mrs. Leete being with him at the time of his death and accompanied the body to Davenport. A son. Dean, now two and a half years old, was born to the couple. Other relatives are, his mother, Mrs. A. T. Collis, his grandfather, Judge N. T. Caton and an uncle, E. H. Caton and an uncle. E. H. Caton, of Walla Walla, all of whom were present at the funeral, Mr. and Mrs. Caton arriving from Walla Walla while the funeral services were being conducted. Realizing that the end was neav Claude requested that his body be brought to Davenport for burial, that he may be laid to rest by the friends who had known him most of his life. He considered Davenport his home, still owning his residence here. He was active in church and lodge work during all the years he resided here, being a member of the Christian church and of the Masonic, Knights of Pythias, Odd Fellows and Woodman lodges. Mrs. Leete and son will remain in Davenport, making this their home. Mrs. Collis and Judge Caton will remain here a few days before returning to their home in Rossland, B. C. Greatest Cafe Lowest Prices our prescripThe purest drug's the greatest sKill and care in compounding' them the honest adherence to every instruction are all absolutely necessary to g'ive you exactly what the doctor has directed Your life may be endang'ered by the slightest mistake. So gfo where you Know your prescription will be handled in an absolutely scientific and proper manner. We g'ive prompt attention to all prescriptions. Thus you doaway with needless delay. We taKe exceptional pride in tion department. Louisville. Mr. Charles Lutes, of Goldsboro, N. C, is the guest of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Lutes. The following relatives of Mr. Lutes motored over irom Lexington Sunday and spent the day with him; Mr. Wm. Lutes and wife, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Fisher, Miss Annie- Gay Lutes and I. J. Lutes. Mr. Keene Lutes, of Danville, and Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Frye, of Hubble, were also here to see Mr. Lutes. - How's This? nail's Catarrh The Penny Drug Store. E. R. COLEMAN, Proprietor. PHONE NO. 2 . We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for any case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. F. 3. CHENEY. &, CO., Toledo, 0. F. J. We, the undersigned, have known Cheney for the last 15 years, nnd believe him perfectly honorable in all business transactions and financially able to carry out any obligaUons made by his firm. NAT. BANK OF COMMERCE. Toledo, Ohio. Cure Is taken Internally, actinp directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of system. Testimonials sent free. Price 75 the cents per bottle. Sold by all Druggists. I ! d23S STANFORD, KY. Take HaU's Family Pills for constipation. brilliant button and ribbon. The bride certainly did look lovely. She is a faithful member of the Methodist church and loved by all who know her. The groom is the son of Mrs. Lena Hale, of Pleasant Hill and is a bright and prosperous young man and holds a nice position at Piqua, O. Many friends extend to him their heartiest congratulations for winning such a charming young lady for his bride. Those who attended the wedding were Mr. and Mrs. George Young, Mr. Hardin Young, Miss Grace Young, Miss Lillie Hale and Mrs. Lockie Youhe. On their return nice and quite home from Highl wedding suppei was served. The bride and groorr will make their future home in 1'iqua, Ohio, where their many friends wish them much joy and happinesss. The Really Important Thing. Aged Suitor It is true that I am considerably oldr than you, but a man is as young as he feels, you know, and Miss Pert Oh, that doesn't matter. What I want to know is if you are as rich as you look. Don't fonzet that after Oct. 1st, the I. J. subscription price will be $1.50 a year but till then you may subscribe for as many years in as you wish at $1 a year. '-- .la unripe Vip pHitnrialshir; of his brother, W. P. Walton, and it was the best paper published m ine state. While we have not seen Mr. Walton for 30 years, he has changed very little, and is the same jolly old boy that we knew when we were "kids; for neither Mr. Waltcn nor the writer are what you might call old. We were glad to see our old friend, and he will always be a welcome visitor to Somerset, where he has a host of ; iiroc friends. ABeautif ul Assortment of Cut Glass We have just received a number of very tractive, yet useful pieces, and invite the atla- Don't forget that after Oct. 1st, be the I. J. subscription price willmay $1.50 a year but till then you adsubscribe for as many years in vance as you wish at $1 a year. KILLING AT SUNDAY BALL GAME Deputy Sheriff George Dean was shot and instantly killed by A. L. Crabtree at Coxton, in Harlan county, Sunday afternoon. A ball game was in progress at Coxton, six miles east of Harlan. The pectators were crowding on the base line when Sheriff Dean requested them to move back. Crabtree became angered and began shooting, it is alleged. Crabjail. tree and his son Otto are in Mary Otare and his sister to Crabtree charged with complicity in the killing. There had been previous trouble between Dean and Crabtree. ff dies, especially, to call and see them. All are deep cut, of chaste and beautiful pattern, and will make a very attractive addition to the home. Prices are reasonable. fv . " THSOLP RELIABLE" The Lincoln Pharmacy Stanford, Ky. ad-ran- ce IBWMBHIIMBMftfMfjiiVitiiii i ww MNiir - i Drt tro; steal uil i&-- - AT YOUR DHilGGlST. . ru - !r Journal. Stanford. j- Kenti"-1- " Tuesday, September 5, SALE 1 91 6. Splendid I Blue-Gra- Farm For Sale Privately. ss Farm and Stock News Finch, Boone & Ballard sold to John Robinson, of Boyle, 75 ewes at " Clark & Young, of Bourbon, sold four mules to Monte Pox, of Dan-vil- e, last week, for $400. Hon. W. G. Gooch sold to Walter 0. Walker recently a thoroughbred Red Berkshire sow for $7.50. PUBLIC at On Saturday, Sept. 16th, 1916, o'clock I will offer for sale my place on the Middleburg pike, three miles south of Hustonville, the following property to wit: Two mules; one brood mare, bred to jack;- - two milk cows; two good heifers; one fine Jersey bull; one cream separator; one cook stove; a few farming tools. Other things too numerous to mention. TERMS made known on day of 2 Splendid Home At Auction As we are residents of another State, we desire to sell our 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 iri a high state of cultivation; well water-sd- , splendidly fenced, located near Q. & C. Railroad, one mile from depot, 3 2 miles rrom Hustonville and 8 miles from Stanford, the county seat. This farm is one of the very best in Lincoln county, situated in the ver5r 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-- S. M. OWENS, McKinney, Ky. Ford Touring Car F. O. B. DETROIT ii i $360 $40. Tom Tupman, of Hustonville, sold to Sam Rethcrford of the same place, hogs at eight and a four half cents for home use. J. T. Rigsby sold to Center Bros., of Garrard, 30 hogs at nine and a half cents. He bought of E. 0. Gooch a small bunch of hogs at $9.10. Morgan S. Baughman sold another of his Shetland ponies last week, Josiah Anderson, on the Somerset pike, south of town getting this one, gray mare, for which a he naid $135. Col. R. H. Crow, near Shelby City, sold a couple of his splendid Aberdeen-Angus bull calves last week at the fancy price of $125 each. Each calf was about five months old. One went to D. A. McCord. of Richmond, and the other to Mrs. Bessie McGav-ocof Columbia, Tenn. Sam J. Embry bought a handsome vearling Shetland stallion from his brother-in-laSanford M. Allen, of Millersburg last week. He gave $100 for the youngster, and clans to raise quite a flock of the little fellows next season, as he already owns a nice herd of brood mares. Henry S. Caywood, of Bourbon, test week from Thorna Curtis, of Madison county. 132 head o export mtt'e averairn": 100 pounds for which he paid $8.50 ner hundred pounds. Mr. Cavwooi' al received 41 head of 1.350 pound cattle purchased from N. Coy, of Madison, at $8.50 per hundred. Ed. C. Eubanks, of Moreland has engaged four nice heifers to be delivered to Les Eads, of Hustonville, ept 10th at six cents a pound. They will average about 800 pounds. To T. W. Jones, of this city, Mr. Eubanks has contracted to deliver 97 hogs that he believes will average 250 pounds the last 10 days in September, at 9 2 cents a pound. U. G. Saunders, who recently sold his Fairland Farm in Favette to Harry J. Schlessinger, of Milwaukee, has completed negotiations with the 81-pound 10 Room Brick House On Main St. In the city of Stanford, Ky., on East Main Street. There is a good stable and other outbuildings on the lot. The house is in a good state of repair; has large, beautiful side lawn and back yard with a nice lot of fruit trees. It is an ideal home with spacious grounds. There are about three acres in same and most of the frontage is on a splendid street, facing the main portion of the city, being only three squares from the court-housWe will sell this property in four or five lots and then offer it as a whole, accepting the plan that brings the most money. We will leave a nice lot with the house. This land will be accurately surveyed and platted before day of sale, e. sale. MRS. DELLA MILLER. 110-pou- nd John B. Dinwiddic, Auctioneer. six-year-o- PROFESSIONAL AND BUSINESS CARDS Office of . ld R. M. NEWLAND Headquarters for Best FIRE AND LIFE INSURANCE Stanford, Ky. Phone 168 and 45. k, w, VACCINATE I am prepared to vaccinate for Anthrax, Black Leg, and all other tock diseases. JOHN COOK, Veterinarian, Stanford, Ky. Phone 204. -- so that each lot will show its exact size. TERMS: One-thircash; balance in six and 12 months, in equal payments, bearing six per cent, interest from date with lien on land to satisfy same. d re-reiv- ed There Will Be No By-Biddin- INSURANCE in all its branches; Surety Bonds; Farm Loans West End Insurance Agency, W. J. Campbell, Hustonville. 61-16p The High Dollar Will . Get The Place. g; 5. m The Sale Will Be Held on The Premises at CHAS. HART DENTIST A modern equipped office. Somno-foranesthesia and orthodontia a specialty. Phone 33, Hustonville, Ky. 3 P. M. Monday, Sept. 11,1916 THOMAS W. VARNON. MARTHA L. VARNON. 1-- T. Wa PENNINGTON, List of Properties In Lincoln County and Stanford, Ky., FOR SALE.- For Sale 112 acres; 4 2 miles from Danville; on turnpike; 5 room cottage. Price $75 per acre if sold by Nov. 1st. FOR SALE 190 acres; 2 miles from Hustonville; 130 acres in grass, balance in cultivation; 8- room residence; barn 50x70; large concrete silo; fencing all new. Price $75 per acre. Terms 1-- Ford Runabout F. O. B. DETROIT DENTIST James B. Haggin estate for the Stanford, Ky. acres formerly known as the Myers House Flats George Whitney Farm, on the Russell Phone: Office 240: Res. 165 rave pike out of Lexington. This is the beginning of the disintregation of the vastf land holdings of the faJ. B. PERKINS mous financier and tuxfman of that DENTIST section. The Drice was said to be Rooms 28-2Lincoln Bank Building close to a quarter of a million. Phc STANFORD. KY. 214 1,-5- 41 9, at a bargain. FOR H C. ANDERSON, Stanford FORD AGENT FOR LINCOLN COUNTY Storage Repairing Tires Accessories Phone 203 Notice of Election Special term Lincoln County Court held September 4th, 1916, Hon J. P. Bailey presiding. In the matter of the petition of W. H. Shanks and others, was this day filed in the open court, and is now noted of record,, praying for a submission of the question whether cattle generally shall be permitted to run at large on the public highways and uninclosed lands of Stanford Magisterial District No. 1, of Lincoln county, Kentucky, it appearing from a consideration of said petition that it has been signed by more than twenty (20) legal voters who reside in and are electors in said Stanford Magisterial District No. 1, that the time the petitions deposited with the county court a sum of money .sufficient in the judgment of the court to defray the expense of said election that by an order of the fiscal court of Lincoln county, now in force the Magisterial District is fixed as the unit in such elections in Lincoln county, that it is more than sixty days until next regular election to be held in said district, the court is of the opinion and orders and ad- Cemetery Hill, Phone 164 HARRY JACOBS Dealer In Fine Monumental Work Stanford, Ky. Closed on Saturday rich limestone soil in excellent state of cultivation. Will be sold heart of the Blue Grass section; easy. FOR SALE 50 acres; situated in from court house. FOR SALE Beautiful residence, 5 acres A- -l land; one mile from court house. Price right. Easj terms FOR SALE 236 acres; residence; 3 large barns; concrete silo; place well watered. This land will grow anything you put on it; will sell as a whole or divide into two farms. Price $40 per acre. SALE Modern cottage; new; 5 rooms, with bath complete at a bargain if sold at once; rents for $14 per month; 3 squares FOR SALE 33 acres; cottage; good barn; large orchard. 5 miles from court house; 20 acres in cultivation and balance in timber; place well watered. Price $1,500, if sold by 1st of FOR SALE 53 acres; house; good barn; all in grass; 1 2 miles from Stanford on turnpike. This is an A- -l farm. Price and terms right. FOR SALE 58 acres; 2 story residence; large barn; good orchard; on turnpike; will make price and terms on this that will interest you. 1-- September. W. W. BURGIN DENTIST Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays Office in Lincoln Mondays, Tuesdays and Wednesdays at Crab Orchard A. B. Florence, Office Bargains In Small Farms 40 acres, on pike. 2 1-- 26 Lincoln Nat. Bank Bldg., Stanford, Ky. Make Your Crops Bi gger The best way is to put on the right kind of Fertilizer. We have just received a couple of the of car-loa- ds well-know- n at Stanford Bank Buiding Swift and Armour Brands of Fertilizer And can sell it to you right. Lancaster nearly all in grass. ImVeterinary Surgeon provements. 35 acres on pike, splendid location, Grad. Cincinnati Veterinary College good land, improvements. (Rec. by U. S. Gov.) 25 acres on good pike, level land, Office. Farris' Stable Kentucky good orchard. Improvements. Danville, 10 acres unimproved, level land on pike well located. particulars For Hot Weather Is Here! addressprices and further Real Estate Swinebroad, The Is your Bath-rooin order. See Man, Lancaster, Ky. m John M. Casey, D. V. M. 2 miles from SPECIAL TRAIN EXCURSION CINCINNATI AND RETURN Sunday, September 17th, 1916 E. T. PENCE, judges that the petitions are entitled and get your sanitary plumbing to have the prayers of the petitioners done. Phone 188, Stanford, Ky. granted which is done, and an election is hereby ordered to be held on the regular election day in the four voting precincts of Stanford Magisterial District No. 1, of Lincoln county, Kentucky, for the purpose of ascertaining the will of the voters of said district upon the question whether or not they wish cattle generally to run at large on the public highways and uninclosed lands of Stanford Magisterial District No. 1, of Lincoln county, Kentucky, and for the purpose of holding this election for said Magisterial District are directed to open a poll on the date named in each of the four voting precincts embraced in said Magisterial District, Namely Stanford voting precincts 1, 2, 3, and 4. The Clerk of Lincoln County Court is directed to cause to be printed on the ballots to be used in this election the question "Are you in favor of making it unlawful for cattle gener ally to run at large on the public highways and uninclosed lands of Stanford Magisterial District No. 1, of Lincoln county, Kentucky." Notice of this election must be published twenty days before hand in the Stanford Interior Journal, the only newspaper published in Lincoln county, which notice must appear in at least four issues of said newspaper. November 7, 1916, W. K. WARNER PUBLIC SALE In order to wind up the estate of the late Mrs. Nannie P. Adams, my mother-in-laI will sell her personal property at public auction at her late home, between Crab Orchard and Ottenheim, at the old Garley Adams place, on THURSDAY, SEPT. 7, 1916 Beginning at 10 o'clock A. M. Property to be offered consists of 1 good brood mare, 9 years old; 1 mare, well broke; 1 filly; 2- - good milk cows and calves; 4 sows, to bring pigs; 1 boar; 2 barrows; growing crop of corn, about 15 acres, half to be sold; mowing machine, Deering, and rake; 2 good breaking turning plows; 1 plow; 1 good cider mill; 1 good corn sheller; chickens, geese, etc; a lot of antique walnut furniture; a good organ, and other household and kit- -, chen furniture too numerous to men- -' w, $1.50 ROUND TRIP FROM Junction City SPECIAL TRAIN LEAVES JUNCTION CITY 5:35 A. M. For Seed We have German Millet Seed; Buckwheat, the Japanese or Black variety. Red Top Sugar Cane Seed, and Orange Cane Seed. All of this has been well cleaned, and is ready to sow. ' Drummers' Wagons, Carriages and Buggies; Open Day and Night. Autos by tTip or the mile. Give us a Trial, We Will Please You. H. H. Carter, Manager. Phone 5. CARTER & CARTER, Stanford, Ky. Livery and Auto Service C. B. HARBERSON, Ticket Agent JUNCTION CITY, KY. DR. R. E. TAYLOR, Graduate of the Cincinnati Veterinary College. Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist. Phone 5. Cartel & Carter's Stable. STANFORD, KENTUCKY. Stanford, Ky., 8-5-1- LANCASTER, KY. AUCTIONEER, The high dollar at your sale all the time and at lowest price; sales tion. cried anywhere. Terms made known on day of sale. M. H. Johnson, Auctioneer Phone 364A Lancaster at my expense J. G. HAYS, CRAB ORCHARD CAPT. AM BOURNE J. M. REYNOLDS J. H. BAUGHMAN & COMPANY STANFORD, KENTUCKY Let The Interior Journal Do Your Job Printing. J.CMcCLARY J. L. Beazley & Co., f Undertaker Office Phono 107 1 iMJiifl Mill WAYNESBURG. UNDERTAKER, We carry a large and complete stock As I have decided to go to a betof Caskets, Robes etc at all times. -- ; Phone: Farmers' line No. - ter climate, I will on Woodstock line No. SATURDAY, SEPT. 30, 1916 This election shall be held by and Calls answered day or night. sell to the highest bidder my farm, polls therof compared and the result containing 20 4 acres. This farm announced in the manner at the time is located 5 miles from Stanford and and by the persons authorized to hold 4 miles from Lancaster, within 2 elections and compare the polls and mile of Stanford Lancaster pike. declare the result ir: elections held Farm is all in good grass, with for County Officers, and the result house in fine repair; all Daily Except Sunday shall be spread upon the records of outbuildings; 26x40 new barn this court at its next regular term Leaves Stanford (St. Asaph Hotel) with fine cistern at housa and barn; after the res lit is dcrlcred. at 10:00 a. m. and 4.00 p. m. new wire fencing all overthe farm; The Clerk of Lincoln County Court, Leaves Danville (Hotel Annex) at good new orchard, consisting of 120 the Sheriff of Lincoln county and 9:00 a. m. and 1:30 p. m. trees; old orchard of 3G good the officers of the election in the sev- Bundles and Packages Carried at fruit trees; 3 good mares in foal to fruit eral voting precincts No. Lincoln Low Charges 1 5; 1 yearjack, 2 county, Kentucky, are directed to do O. L. MINKS, Proprietor ling filly; 1 registered extra good and perform all the respective duties driving and caddie mare; 3 good required by them by the laws of this suckling mules; 3 good heifers, one commonwealth in advertising' and thoroughbred Aberdeen Angus; 1 conducting said election in the prejersey cow and calf; one yearling 3-- PUBLIC SALE To the Public: Having lost my barn by lightning, and being insured in the Insurance Co., of North America, Jesse D. Wearen, the Insuance Man, of Stanford, Ky., being their agent, it is with pleasure that I recommend the above named Company and the Agent to the insuring public for their courteous treatment and liberal and prompt payment of the above loss. Yours very truly, Jesse D. Wearen, Agent. T. D. Raney, Solicitor M. J. HOFFMAN Auto Bus Between Danville and Stanford 1-- nec-cessa- ry iJMwwrmki 553 Metal imlk COKTRIGHT Sttincrles Slat Victoria Shiogl Metal 1--of eight-years-ol- d, To the Public: Embalmer Undertaker Home Phone 35 Embalmer paration and preservation of the bal- fft I represent the largest and best order clothing house in this courtrv lots and in canvassing and certifying and Co., Chicago. III. My Ed V. the result ofthe vote, and it is direct- perience Prizemeasuring and directing the ex- r in ed that said election be held in all one who is not a practical tailor. If you repects as requhad by law governing ing of yoor clothes, gives me the advantage promise will give mo I such and the general elec square deal. your order,get will worth of you a your You will the tion law in so tar as it apply to this monev, either in the cheapest grades or the higher priced. Mjr SPRING and SUMMER character r.f elections inmade-tp-J$ mak-ove- elec'-.ions- , v -- upy. STANFORD. KY. Phone 42, Stanford, Ky. Attest: Clerk of Lincoln County Court. G. B. COOPER, i u-- 4. I Hf line of samples is now ready for your spection. Call now and let me show you. Practical DT TDI ITV Stanford, Tailor mSAJMTLiEa Ky. I spring lambs; 3 shoats that will weigh 75 pounds each; 1 rubber tire buggy, in fine repair; 1 set of wagon harness, been used about 6 times; 1 set buggy harness and other things too numerouse to mention. Terms made known on day of sale. Sale begins prompeTy at 10 o'clock. CAPT. A. M. BOURNE, Auctioneer. DALE B. WITHERS steer; 4 I I I painted With this variety of designs, either galvanized, or or green, you can find just the right style of Cortright Metal Shingles for "Cortright" Reg. U. S. Pat. QS. your building. Look for trade-martin-pla- te k, jr Imperial 5(1103 1 OriantalShlngt 5 For Sale by WILL STONE, Stanford, Ky.