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Established 1860.57th The Interior JourNAL 74 3 This Label Is Either a R or'"lai IcS ceipt or a Bill ;o,ti Does It Sa3 ? a.J - Stanford, Lincoln County, Kentucky, Tuesday, September 19, 1916. Tuesdays and Fridays Moreland. Beckham Sees Victory In Demand for Speeches AH Over State Wanted in West End ADAIR LOOKS GOOD The War Last Week Sunday School Workers General News Notes Local Men "Touched" Prohibition carried by 5,000 ma- Pickpockets Rob Judge Bailey And Association At Teutonic allies were assailed from To Meet in State HELM TALKS TO APPRECIATIVE The pupils of the Bell view Publij jority in British Columbia last week. Geo. C. Givens at State Fair Somerset Oct. 5 to 8 every direction during the week and, AUDIENCE MONDAY and Graded school at Moreland will The German submarine Bremen is aside from occasional claims from Sunday-schoworkers expected to reach America this week. Lincoln Several Stanford visitors to the give a very interesting and pleasant Berlin and Vienna that attacks in have received invitations from SomFollows Ed Morrow at Columbia And Gallatin county sold $50,000 road big State Fair at Louisville received entertainment at the school on Fricertain quarters had failed, reports erset to attend the convention of the Shows Beyond Doubt Why Wilbonds at $1,225 premium to Mayer a trifle more than a "cordial wel- day evening, September 22nd, bemade a story of almost unbroken Kentucky Sunday School Associa- & son Should Be come" to the city. They were com ginning at 7:30 o'clock. The proCo., of Cincinnati. progress for the entente allies. pletely "taken in." Mr. George C. gram has been very thoughtfully ar- tion which will be held there OctoState University, Lexington, open On the Saloniki front, where the ber 5 to 8. Reservations are being ' Congressman Harvey Helm return- troops ed with 908 students, the largest at - ;Givens on the Hubble pike, was ranged and promises to entertain in of nearly all the entente al- made for the large number of delej "touched" for his pocketbook con- - the most pleasing manner. The ed Tuesday morning from Columbia, tendance in its history. lies are fighting, the British crossed gates taming $12 while County Judge Jas. "Hoosier School," represents one 50 expected to attend. that are Adair county, where he spoke to a Roosevelt will probably be sent in- Struma River and attacked Bul- One of ithe most interesting pro f ll anu nis years ago and is full of pranks and large crowd Monday. It was court the to Kentucky and Missouri for'f. uaney, was "jostieawithdrawing a few days grams' that has ever been planned j garians, pocketbook containing about $40 in fun. A small admission of 10c and day and voters were there from the speeches in favor of Hughes later, but Servians continued an of- will be given. Meetings will be ends of the county. Hon. Edwin Henrv Eden. 18 vears old. was in- - cash and several hundred dollars in 15c will be charged and a large far fensive in Macedonia and reported P. Morrow had the call on the court important gains. Bulgars were also held in the Somerset churches and dieted in Rowan county for the , warrants, was removed from his crowd is expected. The program pocket. These warrants will be of will be as follows: open air services will be held in the house, he having been advertised to his father. said to be retreating from Greece, beautiful Somerset public square. murder of Song Kentucky Schools, Chorus. little value to the thief however, as speak there for nearly a month. Mr. Germany denies that she has seized , invaded with some success a few Among the most prominent speak e. Lincoln county at present has no Welcome Address Francis Morrow spoke, after a lengthy introcash in the Belgian Na- weeks ago, and likewise abandoning ers are : Marion Lawrence, general j the entire '' money with which to pay them and duction by Judge Wallace Jones and tional Bank. Varna, their principal port on the secretary Sunday-schoRecitation "Little Boys Lament" International made what Mr. Helm termed "a cred- Black Sea. The Farmers' and Merchants' j should an effort be made to cash a clew miSht be finished to Clayton Ellis. Association; Mrs. Phoebe A. Catlettsburg, with $50,000 them' itable republican speech." He was Rumanians continued their offen- Curtiss. elementary superintendent j Bank, of the Pickpocket. Judge Bailey Playlet "The Months," 12 girls. not abusive nor did he ridicule the capital, was chartered last week. sive against Austrians in Transylva- Ohio Sunday-schoRecitation "My Troubles," Mart Association; - Ported his loss to the Louisville opposing party, as so many of the reJames Price and four chilnia, forcing the enemy to retreat, Miss Nannie Lee Frayser, elementacounty last lice and the Post had the following Owens. publican spellbinders do. He touchdied in Lawrence this result being admitted by Vienna. ry superintendent Kentucky Sunday-schoBroom Drill 8 girls. ed on the Mexican situation, and deweek from eating poisoned cabbage. item about the theft: "J' R BaiIey' Russian progress in the Carpathian of Stanford was the victim of a D. Recitation "Be Polite," Henry E. Association; Rev. Charles clared that President Wilson should region E. J. Marshall, a Grant county was not disputed, but Ber- Bulla, Superintendent Wesley Bible have declared war on Germany for lin claimed to is reported to have gathered Pocket at the State fair Srounds on Pruitt. have checked their Class Department, Methodist church, Dialogue "Taking Census," Josinking the Lusitania. He was witha yard long from his garden. Thursday niSht- - Money and FaPers advance toward Lemberg from the South; Dr. J. R. Sampey, Southern beans ' amounting ooo.ou was luin sephine Myers, Wesley Gilmer. out doubt forgetful that Congress, Seven states will vote upon pro The Muscovites also Baptist Theological southeast. Over Phone," Reading "Talk Seminary; Dr. hibition November 7. They are Cal- - from him. As he was passing out of and not the president, calls the coun- made headway in their operations R. H. Crossfield, president Transyl- ifornia, Montana, Michigan, fhe dor of the Pavilion wheJe the Lottie Merriman. to war, and this being the case, try Nebras-against the Bulgarians in conjunc- vania College; Dr. W. A. Ganfield, norse snow was in progress, ne wus Play "Hoosier School," 10 pupils. some big republican leader might ka, South Dakota, Idaho, Missouri. tion with Rumanian forces. jostled about and a moment later disSong Misses Fields and Peavy-hous-e. College, and Dr. J. president Centre have introduced a resolution calling Harry Garrison, negro, of Kenton On the west front the French and W. McGlothlin, covered the loss of his wallet. The Southern Baptist convicted of criminal assault, will for war. But this was not done, as English armies reported highly imarticles taken from him are a wallet j raniomime The proSeminary. Theological iuy raun jjook up Eddy-villall know. portant successes, the former hav- grams cover a wide range of sub- be electrocuted Nov. 17th, at containing $40 in cash, three certif- to Thee," Girls. The republicans listened well to ing cut the Bapaume-Peronn- e road, jects and every branch of Sunday-schoeach on the treasury Mr. Morrow's remarks, but they were Villa, with GOO followers, attacked icates for $250 Our school, which is taught by constituting a vital line of commuof Lincoln county, one certificate on Prof. Walter Moser and Miss Mary work will be discussed by ex- Chihuahua City and was repulsed evidently not in a humor for apadperts who have made a special study with heavy losses. Those taken cap- - the state of Kentucky for $57, a Peavyhouse, is crowded. In Miss plauding as that demonstration was nication for the Germans. This vantage was strengthened by the of the subjects. ,note for $20.15 and other valuable conspicuous by its absence. Mr. live were executed. vuia escaped. personal papers. The loss was re- - Peavyhouse's room there are in some taking of German trenches near Morrow's discussion of the tariff was pupils occupying the The State Bank & Trust Company, t n fWo nn,ioo ,,0 cases three Combles. Violent counter attacks Unrt rt n n r si rl UnliwnIoKilwv what might have been expected of a by the Teutons were reported to same seat. The attendance at our Pertinent by Mr. Bailey." . republican speaker they all claim to school, based on the census for this have been repulsed. want a high protective tariff. year, has brufcen all records. The 000. Italian armies operating on the Rev. G. W. Hasty will preach Sunthe conclusion of his speech, W. L. Scott, aged 84, died suddenAt attendance speaks well for the disTrentino front announced important day afternoon at 2.30 o'clock at Ma- ly Mr. Morrow left for Lebanon where gains. on his farm in Shelby county last trict. Regular attendance means son's Gap. All are invited to hear ,00i-- tt o,i 1,,-- Ur.tA ua Chairman Joe H. Gibson In Stanford much for the pupils, and the teachlie was billed to speak that evening. trv. tti in uu uimv iuu judu lie A council En Route from State Fair. He insisted on the crowd remaining the Teutonic of war by notables of him. returned from their honevmoon ers can accomplish so much more in allies was held, the eighty-fourt-h annual confer- spent in Colorado. The to hear Mr. Helm and it did so and so many ways. f!nl .Tor H. Gihson. of Somerset. Kaiser being in attendance, as was ence of the Christian churches of was well repaid for so doing. Mrs. Annie E. Howe, only sister .., throuh Stanford in his auto This record attendance is not onthe King and Crown Prince of Bul- Kentucky is being held in WinchesCongressman Helm was introduced of President Wilson, died of peri-- . Saturdav afternoon, returning from ly pleasing to the teachers, but the garia. ter, where arrangements have been by County Attorney Gordon MontHe trustees share the pleasure and are Developments in Greece tending made to accommodate 1.000 guests. tombs at New London, Conn. The the stae Fair at Lou;sviiie. gomery, a close relative of Hon. C. to body will be taken to Columbia, S.jwas acCompanied by his friend, proud of the record of the More-lan- d hasten the formal entry of that F. Montgomery, of Liberty. Mr. country On next Sunday, Sept. 24th, at C, for burial. school. We have been hoping John w whinnerv, of East Orange, into the struggle on the Montgomery led his relative's fight Mrs. Mousie Robinson, who was N Jm CoL Gibson has just been 11 a. m., the pastor of the Baptist that the Lincoln County Board of side of the entente allies. in Adair in August but he is just as from 8 to 21 years in the pen pointed Campaign Chairman for the Education would be able to have church will, by the request of a numNew armored war cars that belch warm for Mr. Helm now as he was outside of the mem- for killing her husband, John Robin-- , Democratic fight this fall in Pulaski erected an additional room on our move unhampered ber of friends destruction for Senator Montgomery then. His! by mounds, and bership, preach a special sermon on son, at Mossy Bottom, Pike county, C0Unty, though for some reason or school jrrounds and eive relief to the stumps or craters led the speech was splendidly received and way in Be Born escaped from the there the British drive in the Som- - the New Birth "Ye Must -can be gathered, he really me from what Again." An invitation is extended President "Wilson will make his c;cc ; insicHno- ttmt nnp .Tnsetih are a number of the older pupils j Friday, I'hich resulted in one of outdid himself. Mr. Helm found his the most extensive who are interested to know first speech of the campaign at Shad- - RQwe, former policeman at Burnside who cannot be forced by the delinstrokes of the to all hearers most responsive and he ad- offensive, and gave not they have ever really ow Lawn Saturday to the business is the chairman. No finer selection quency law to attend school, who are the Germans a whether or men of New Jersey. He will discuss for the place could have been made not enrolled. We urge all patrons mits that he never spoke to a more startling surprise. The juggernauts been redeemed from sin. courteous audience. His references penetrated to third-lin- e rail- - than that of Col. Gibson, who has to allow nothing but sickness or O. H. Bagby, a cousin of Mrs. M. the provisions of the eight-bou- r trenches. to Mr. Wilson were vociferously apjled winning fights before, and is death to keep your children out of road law. D. Early, will speak at the service at The Latest plauded, many of the republicans Nine shares of Citizens National backed by the active, working demo-Ban- k school. This will cause them, the the Baptist church Wednesday night The British line has advanced 1000 upon the Baptist missionary work in joining in the cheering. Congressstock, Danville, sold at public tcrats 0f Pulaski county almost to a teachers and all interested never-endin- g yards on a mile front and captured Brazil. Mr. Bagby is a native of that auction there Monday at $200. Hop man Helm declared hat the pleasure and the pupils, some man He has a wide reputation over of President Wilson means continued a powerfully fortified German work South American republic, his father Myer was the purchaser and Mrs. the county, knows how to organize of whom do not realize the importSouth having been the first missionary sent Allin, of Kentucky Woman's College ' and wjh come nearere than any oth-sl- d ance of an education, will, in after peace and prosperity and that now, called the "Quadrilateral." of Combles, on the SommT" front, to Brazil by the Southern Baptist above all others, is the time to conit. years, shower you with blessings to er man to breaking in the rock-risider the man. He told of the the French have carried another Convention Gen. Basil Duke, famous Conf ed-- 1 bed republican majority down there, their last day. young in 1881. The achievements of the party under group of German trenches. Desper- man has been taking- a course in erate soldier, lawyer and historian, , The best thing the Journal can do Raymond Durham, son of Mr. J. J. democratic rule and said that four ate fighting continues around Denie-cour- t, Richmond College, Richmond, Va., died in a New York hospital Satur- - js to come out and support Chair-da- y Duiham, and one of the brightest while actions both in the preparing himself to become a mediyears more of it would put the counmorning following the amputa-- ; man Gibson like a man. The politi-tio- n scholars of the 8th grade, fell from a Champagne district and on the Ver- cal missionary. try in such shape that the people of his foot several days ago. The j cai column of the Cincinnati Enquir-buri- al wagon Friday and was quite seriouswould want the democrats in power dun front, where the French capwas at Lexington. er Sunday told the following about ly hurt. He will be missed from the Attendance records were broken the chairmanship tangle in Pulaski: school room greatly. for all time hence. After he had tured a trench on Deadman Hill, are SCOTT ALEXANDER by this year's state fair which Joseph A. Gibson, of Somerset, concluded his remarks, many of his recorded. Miss Morten Scott, a most attractMiss Emily Butte, of Mississippi, French forces have captured the closed at Louisville Saturday night, banker, has upon application of a hearers gathered to shake his hand visiting Dr. and Mrs. M. Lee ive young lady of the Cedar Creek ar.d pledge their support to him and important city of Fiorina in MacedoExactly 118,807 people visited the host of Democrats in his home town who is B. W. Alexander, of IrPipes, made our school a pleasant the entire democratic ticket in No- - nia and all Bulgarians are retiring section and county, fair this year, 4,381 more than in , ancj county been appointed by visit last week and made an interesttook their many vine, Estill any previous year. ember. Quite a number of former in disorder toward Monastir. Chairman Cantrill Campaign Chair- - ing and helpful talk at chapel exerfriends by surprise when they drove Progressives were among those who "Bad Mose" Feltner, who played a ' man f or Pulaski county, and it is cises. She has been teaching in the JOHN NEVIUS HURT ON TRAIN to Stanford Saturday and were unit- big role in the, Hargis-Cockre- ll extended warmest congratulations. feud said that the democrats under his west ed in matrimony's holy bonds by Rev. for a number of years, and is Mr. Helm was greatly pleased with in Breathitt county, was shot to leadership are building a strong John B. Nevius, son of Mrs. Mattie D. Welburn, of the Methodist very refined and cultured lady. a W. by United States Deputy Mar- -' ganization for the fight in the home the day's work and feels that it was Nevius, of this city, 'was knocked off church. They were accompanied by shal G. A. Sizemore The rural supervisor visited the a regular field day for democracy. a freight train upon which he was at Hazard, ' 0f Edwin P. Morrow. It was the bride's sister, Miss Fannie Scott srVinnl Inst wppV rind found p.verv- He thinks that Adair county is in bet- braking near Brodhead last week and he refused to go to jail on a jounced that Joseph Rowe, of Burn-charg- e witnessthing in splendid order. He was j ter shape from a democratic stand- sustained injuries which laid him up and Paul Noland, who were of moonshining. sjde, had been selected by the Pu-- , es at the wedding. Soon afterward point than it has been since it was for a short time. It is said to have November will see the completion laski County Committee for Cam-o- f very much pleased with the Domesthey took a train for Irivine to make placed in the Eighth congressional been a wonder that he was not very Lock No. 14, the last of fourteen pajgn Chairman, but this developed tic Science display which Miss Peatheir home. The bride is the daugh- to be vyhouse has had prepared by her district, and he expects good reports seriously injured. His home is at built by ter of Walter Scott, a well known Government to the United States' to have been incorrect, since there splendid class. He said that it Lebanon Junction. from thue in November. permit water-lin- e was no certification to the state farmer of the Cedar Creek section, tapping of the rich Eastern Kentuc- - headquarters that there had ever should be shown at the Institute. and is very popular and attractive. ky coal CONGRESSMAN HELM TO SPEAK JOHN J. CARTER, P. M. fields. .The lock is located been a quorum present upon call for groom is a prominent young fari The Interior Journal's young The Congressman Harvey Helm will at Heidelburg, ILee county. a meeting of the committee. Chair- speak at Waynesburg Saturday af- friend, John J. Carter, of Danville, mer of Estill county. A host of loved J. E. McGlone, circuit clerk of man Cantrill sent a representative ternoon, next, 23rd, at 2 o'clock, and is now a postmaster. Station A., of ones and friends extend heartiest Carter county, with 6 indictments to Somerset to ascertain the facts To Win in Big Roadster Ring Billy at Kings Mountain that night at the Danville postoflice has been congratulations and good wishes. against him for stealing $8,000 byjan(i following his report upon the Burton in the Money. G:30. People generally are invited placed in his store near the Q. & C. making out false witness claims, situation he asked the Democrats of DANVILLE COURT DAY. depot and the splendid democrat to hear him. pleaded guilty, gave back the money the county to say whom they desired About the average crowd attend- and was immediately pardoned above mentioned has been made Bob Moreland, formerly of Stanbyjfor Chairman. Gibson was named. postmaster. He will make a good ed Danville court Monday, but busi- Gov. Stanley last week. McGlone I TRYING TO GET HEFLIN. ford Avon the roadster championship ness generally was slow. Only a few then left for Missouri where he will Congressman Harvey Helm is try- one. at the state fair early last week with DEATH OF MR. PAT McGIRR. cattle were on the market and they live in the future. ing to get Hon. Thomas J. Heflin, of Early Wednesday morning the his great road horse Peter Valpa. were picked up quickly. A small to speak here next court a breach of promise suit in j community was shocked by the Alabama, In The mare which Senator R. L. HubCOLORED CHURCH NOTICE. bunch of heifers brought 6 2 cents, death of Mr. Pat McGirr. at his ble, of this city sold to McCray Mar-'de- n day. If Mr. Heflin is not secured, circuit court RachaelE. Reopening of the St. James A. M. . . Danville and Huston- - Brothers, of North Middletown, was some other prominent democrat will E. church, Stanford, Ky., September a few steers 7 cents, and some uu vao wueu juugmem, . against. , home on - the Ahmlf , .on .,,. ,,m. he speak at 1 o'clock that day. 24th. The pastor, trustees and mem- butcher stuff went at 5 to 5 2 Frank Black for $5,000. Black be- was stricken with apoplexy and only an entrant, but so game that she bers extend to the public a cordial cents. The mule market was very longs to one of the prominent fami- lived a few hours. The end came would not stand when lined up by PIE SUPPER FRIDAY NIGHT invitation to attend the reopening of quiet, only a few selling. Prices lies of Barbourville. The case was peacefully at 9:30. He was born in the judges and so failed to get a There will be a pie supper at the their church. A special program will ranged from $130 to $176. Several hotly contested. S. A. Smith, for- Pennsylvania May 15, 1843, and had part of the money, though none of school-hous- e war horses were bought around the mer United States District Attorney been a resident of Lincoln county the entries had anything on her in at Preachersville Friday be rendered' in the afternoon. $100 mark. A number of engage- at Covington, represented the plain- for 43 years, where he has many the way of speed. The finish in the night, next, the proceeds to go to the friends, for to know ments of mule colts were made at tiff and Black & Owens the defend- was to be his friend. "Uncle Pat" big stake which had 500 added and improvement of the school. He is surNOTICE TO CONTRACTORS! $60 to $90. vived by a wife, who, before her was for roadsters, stallion, mare or ant. All contractors on county Toad marriage was Miss Liza Kuffman, gelding, Are You Looking Old? . or over, was Old age comes quick enough with- work not having filled their contract and two sons, William and James, as follows: Peter Valpa, R. E. CARTER BUYS WEST PLACE OF INTEREST HERE. j besides a host of friends, who will out inviting it. Some look old at by October 15th, next, as agreed, Local stockholders, of whom there mourn tne loss ox a patient ana Moreland, first; Miss Actwell, T. Hi Through Real Estate Dealer A. B. will forfeit their bond. (Signed) forty. That is because they neglect Florence of Stanford, J.W. West last are quite a number are interested in kind husband and father, and a Ezell, second; Black Matt, R. W. the liver and bowels. Keep your J. L. McKee Riffe, County Road Enserweek sold his house and five acres of news from Lexington that J. B. peaceable neighbor. Funeral home Smart, third; Rosa D., W. G. Shrop74-- 2 bowels regular and your liver heal- gineer. vices were conducted at the R. G. Fletcher, B. H. Fletcher Thursday land to George W. Carter for $4,000. Eads, thy and you will not only feel youngat 1:30, by Rev. J. Q. shire, fourth; Bleucher, Powhattan er but look younger. When troubled Constipation the Father of Many Ills This place is located on the edge of and John M. Bourne joined in a pe- Montgomery after which, the re- Stock Farm, fifth. Bleucher, which with constipation or biliousness take peacefully to Of the numerous ills that affect Stanford, on the Lancaster pike, op- tition o the Fayette Circuit Court mains were laid City cemetery. rest got fifth money, is the very handChamberlain's Tablets. They are inA some black stallion which W. B. posite the home .of S. J. Embry, and that a commission be appointed to in the Junction tended especially for these ailments humanity a large share start with Friend. Burton, of Lancaster has been standand are excellent. Easy to take and constipation. Keep your bowels reg- is acknowledged to be one of the equitably apportion the assets of the most agreeable in effect. Obtainmost attractive suburban homes in defunct Kentucky Rural Credit AsYOUR 1916 City Taxes are due ing each season and which is so popular and1 they may be avoided. When able everywhere. Please call and settle. All back taxes ular in this section. "Bleucher also Mr. Carter re- sociation amopg tne stockholders.-Aor about Stanford. a laxative is needed take Chamberthat are Hot paid this week will be adDon't forget that after Oct. 1st, lain's Tablets. They not only move cently sold his farm on the Huston-vill- e important meeting of Lincoln coun- vertised next week. B. D. CARTER. took the blue for. the best stallion, pike to P. T. Reynolds, of Rood-hous- e, ty stockholders has been called for tfee I. J. subscription price will fee the bowels but improve the appetite standard bred, and made a great $1.50 a year but till tfeea you may and strengthen the digestion. Ob111., and has been looking for Saturday at 2 o'clock at the court J. Lee Murphy sold to J. L. Hutch-in- s show every time he was brought insubscribe for as many years ia house. hogs at 8 c. to the ring:. 35 a' new location since. tainable cerywhere. at $1 a year. as you ol Re-elect- ed 1- 1 1 Tim-berlak- ol United States Senator J. C. W. Beckham returned to Kentucky from Washington last week, and will take an active part in the campaign to carry Kentucky by a big majority for Wilson and Marshall. There is a great demand for him from all over the state. A number of the democrats of the West End of this county said this week that he would be the most effective speaker who could be sent to speak there and they will make an effort to have the campaign committee send him to Hustonville. Senator Beckham is confident that President Wilson will be if every democrat does his duty. ed re-M- rs. I ol po-dr- en ol ' pick-farm- er, e. ol ,.,,"'" News of the Churches :r;.rr;t: r v4-- .. I Looks Good In Pulaski ! c ,. Speaking of the prospects he said: "I believe the president will be reelected by a very large majority. The success of his admniistratioa has been remarkable and unprecedented, both in our foreign relations during the European war and the troubles in Mexico, and also as to our internal affairs. The president has at all times shown wisdom, patience and patriotism. He has not allowed himself to become panic-strickby sentiment, or by the many provocations of the most irritating character, and he has won the deep gratitude of the American people in keeping this country at peace while the rest of the world was aflame with war. And, in addition to that, his administration, with the cooperation of the Sixty-thir- d and Sixty-fourt- h congresses, has given to our people the most useful, and constructive legislative reforms of any administration in half a century." en far-reachi- ng Heard About Town 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. Joe Hill, for the past year or so city mail carrier and clerk in the postoflice, has gone to Danville to enter Central University. Joe took a year in Georgetown College and has a very worthy ambition to finish his college course, which his many friends are highly commending. James L. McKechnie, until recently manager of the McKinney Milling Company, has gone to Winchester, where he has accepted a nice position with the Mahan Grocery Company. Mr. McKechnie is a hustler and has a faculty of making friends, which will stand him in good stead in his new business where he will have the best wishes of everyone who knew him in Lincoln. Col. James R. Nunnelley, of Ft. Worth, Texas., renewing his I. J. for a couple of more years, writes these cheering words: "Guess you saw what we did to Colquit and wil do the same to Hughes this falL King cotton is on top and everyona is feeling good in the old state. While the crop is short 15 to 16c and $40 to $50 for the seed, are making them all feel good and I look for big business this fall. Hope this will find everything moving smoothly in the old town and with best wishes to one and all, I am, your truly, J. R. Nunnelley." Capt Vernon Richardson, secretary to Senator James, is receiving the congratulatioi.a of his host of Kentucky friends upon the arrival of a little son in his home at Washington, last week. The youngster has been named Gail Richardson. Both Mrs. Richardson, who was Miss Elise Browning, of Washington, and the youngster, are doing nicely. of Col. M. F. Elkin, formerly Lexington, State Stanford, now in commander of the Maccabees, is just recovering from a peculiar accident, which he suffered nearly three weeks ago and which has kept him confined to his room for the greater part of the time. In dressing himself one morning, he accidentally struck the "crazy bone" of his right arm against a piece of furniture in the room. After the usual gymnastic gyrations that the average individual indulges in when his "crazy bone" receives a shock, the pain subsided and Colo-- a trip to Louisville. When he reached his destination, however, his right arm began to pain him and an exam-n- el Elkin thought little of the occurrence, leaving that same day for ination revealed the fact that the elbow joint .was badly swollen. A physician was called and after treating him, advised him to return to his home in Lexington and carry the injured arm in a bandage until it healed. Colonel Elkin has been un--ato use the injured member since and the pain he has suffered with it has kept him confined to his room since. No bones were broken, but the bruise sustained produced the swelling and has kept the am pain fully sore ever since. ap-giv- en -- Pikeri&HJk teowdcrfionfItnough . - on J b- - J or-dea- th an-wh- en ! Hubble Mare Too Game J sud-Kn- ox 1-- 4.,- 1-- jj three-year-o- ld ,, ble n .. aa-raa- ce wik 140-pou- nd 3-4- The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky: Tuesday, September The Interior Journal S. M. 19, 1916. "Look Pa, How rv Saufi.ey, Editor axd rnontiETon Entered at the postcffioe at Stanford, Ky., an second claw mail matter. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Both issues a week, per year, $1.50 Twice a week, for eight months $1 Twice a week for six months 75c Twice a week for three months, ......40c Once a week, either issue, per year $1 tp all; Subscriptions are when time for which it is paid, is up. pa-sto- Works!" i. 'Gets-I- t' lifts Your Corn Bight Off never .cans. "Ever in your life see a corn come out like that? Look at the true skin underneath smooth as the palm of your hand! Democratic Ticket 0SB f? corn-pestered A4fi Ilk Jl fl WMF Men's Fine Ml I v,k The mai wifk money keeps it in tKe Bank where it is safe from fire or burglars or his own extravagance. N Woodrow Wilson. For President For Vice President Thomas R Marshall. Harvey Helm. For Congrenxman Shoes The earth is blessed with the one, remsimple, painless, never-fallinedy that makes millions of people happy, and that's "GETS-ITApply it in 3 seconds. It dries. Some people jab and dig at their corns with, knives and razors wrap their toes in packages with, bandages or sticky tape, make them red and raw with salves. Nothing: like Your corn this witt "GETS-IT.- " loosens you lift It off. There'3 nothing to press on the corii. or hurt. Angels couldn't ask for more. Try it tonight on any corn, callus or wart. "GETS-IT- " is sold and recommended by druggists everywhere. 25c a bottle, or sent on receipt of price byE. Lawrence & Co., Chicago. 111. Sold in Stanford and recommended as the world's best corn remedy by The Lincoln Pharmacy. ". WeU Now, Look t That! Off Comes That Pesky Cora is Slick as a Whittle. 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 district office, $15; for city or magisterial office $5. No announcement will be made until fee is paid in advance.) FOR SHERIFF J. H. LIVINGSTON. tomwuajOfE hummM tions and chances to spend it are very great. Greater than you think, for a few dollars here and there to borrowers and for things that you don't actually need, soon melt your pile away. Put your money in the Bank. It is safe there. Add to your balance every cent you can spare. Soon you'll be "a man with money." We pay 3 per When you carry money in your pocket the tempta- Somebody give R. C. Oldham, Put YOUR MONEY in OUR BANK. cent, interest. The Lincoln County National Bank Stanford, Kentucky The Lincoln TrustC o. OF STANFORD, KY. Capital, $25,000. Under same management as The Lincoln National Bank, is now ready to serve you in pacity of EXECUTOR, ADMINISTRATOR, DIAN, TRUSTEE, Etc., at the office of The County National Bank. "Corner Next To Court House." County the caGUAR- Democratic member of the State j Election Board, a sugar teat and let the little fellow go home to his mammy. Rod Tveenon, chairman of the bo.ard, is just as good a demo-- i crat in every way as Oldham, and has been prominent in his party and deservedly enjoyed its entire confidence, long before Oldham ever got in front of the footlights where he with his t could attract some attention babyish mouthings. No one who knows him believes for a minute that Keenon's going to do anything to hurt the democratic party, while Oldham with his baby act, seems to want to focus the attention of the party on himself rather than upon Woodrow Wilson and the harmonious sentiment which prevails in all elements of the party to roll up an overwhelming majority for him in Kentucky this fall. ! J HANGING FORK FARM FOR SALE at public auction on As I intend to go West I will sell THURSDAY SEPT 28, 1916, beginning at 9.30 o'clock A. M., MY FINE BLUEGRASS FARM, seven miles west of Stanford and three and a half miles east of Hustonville, on the banks of the Hanging Fork, two miles from Q & C. railroad, containing 253 acres. Will sell as a whole or offer in two tracts, both of which are well improved. One tract contains 93 acres situated on the Turnersville and Knob Lick turnpike at Peyton's Well. Has nearly new improvements Men are particular about their 'Sunday Shoes;" they want them good; they want them comfortable, and they must be good lookers. Men are learning how to fit their feet so they will be comfortable. Manufacturers are constantly changing and improving lasts and styles, but of all the times since shoes were made, when it was necessary for a man to be onto his job to get the quality, it is during the high war prices of today. The Walk-Ove- r Shoe people, one of the largest consumers of leather and acknowledged the most widely known shoe in the world today, are putting the same quality of leather in their shoes and the prices are still in the reach of all $4, $4.50 and $5 the same quality as always; style and workmanship improved and price but little advanced. Our fall stock is here, the beautiful shades of dark tan, black calf and kid in any last from a young man's narrow English toe to the older man's wide Kentucky flat. Walk-Over- s at $4, $4.50 and $5 have the other fellows beaten this time let us show you. Lincoln A man named E. L. Moss, of Louisville, has sued H. M. Froman for $500 for services alleged to have been rendered when Froman ran against Mat Cohen for the Democratic nomination for Commissioner of Agriculture last year. Form the size ABeautif ui Assortment of Cut Glass We have just received a number of very yet useful pieces, and invite the ladies, 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. at-tracti- ve, of Froman's vote compared with Cohen's who snowed the aged gent under, Froman ought to sue Moss for failure to render services rather than vice versa. David Lubin, founder of the International Institute of Agriculture and father of the Rural Credits movement, joined the list of Republicans openly espousing the of President Wilson, others of the last few days being Thomas A. Edisonj Luther Burbank and Henry Ford. on Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. This is a medicine that every family should be provided with. Colic and diarrhoea often come suddenly and it is of greatest importance that they be treated promptly. Consider the suffering that must-b-e endured until a pyhsician can be secured or medicine can be obtained . Chamber-lain5- s Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy has a reputation second to none for the quick relief which it Obtainable everywhere. affords. consisting of frame building of seven rooms, halls and porches, good cellar and cistern at door, large tobacco farm, stock barn and all necessary outbuildings. The other tract of 160 acres, has a brick dwelling of eight rooms, good barn, cribs and all necessary outbuildings. Both farms well watered and about seventy acres OPENING Display of Fall and in cultivation. Balance in grass. Farms are adjoining and' would make Winter Hats at the Misses Straub, 74-- 1 an ideal home for two families. Friday, Sept. 22, 1916. STOCK i will also sell the following stock: FOR SALE. Four thoroughFour good brood mares and four good driving horses; mares with olts bred Duroc boars; will weigh about by side; 2 pair ox mules; 2 well bred 125 pounds. H. C. Anderson, Stan74-- tf yearling fillies ;."0 head cf good stock ford. hogs; 3 cows and ewes; 25 head of calves; 25 good feeding cattle end 4 d WANTED to buy a of fat heifers. rags. See me and get prices. W. CROPS P. Buchanan, Somerset St., Stanford, 100 barrels of corn, five stacks of Ky. 73-- 2 hay; 15 acres of hemp and nine acres of tobacco. Farming implements of all kinds. WTANTED . AT ONCE. Some TEK.MS: Male known on day of seed. Barley and rye. Please give sale. Call and see the place yourself. price delivered on the Q. & C. railFor any other particulars or infor- road at your nearest station. J. H. 70-mation see or write me. R. C. Williams, Norcross, Tenn. Stanford, Ky., R. F. D. 5. FURNITURE, Mattings, Druggets, Rugs, Wall Paper, Lace Curtains, NOTICE TO THE Window Shades, Trunks, Suit Cases, TAXPAYERS. Pictures and Mouldings. W. A. Trib-bl- e, Stanford. 42tf. car-loaNUN-NELLEY, cRoberts & Bai ley HAVE about S00 acres of knob NOTICE 5 per cent penalty add-lan- d very cheap; also a ed to school tax. Oct. 2. L. R. for sale, good farm of about 190 acres. Wm. Hughes, Treas. 70-t- d LANDGRAF, Waynesburg, Ky. 70tf MILLINERY. The Misses SCHOOL taxes are now due. Six will have their millinery per cent penaltv jroes on Oct. 1. at Hustonville, Saturday, Sept. Thos. H. Bronaugh, treasurer. Crab 23. The ladies are cordially invited. 73-- 3 Orchard Graded School District. 72-- 4 i ! NICE, CLEAN, FRESH 4. EATS We are going to cater to the best trade in Stanford and Lincoln county and give you a Meat Market like you never saw before in Stanford. : : We have on hand now some of the best Cuts of Fresh Meats; also some Extra Choice Cured Meats, Hams, Bacon, Etc. Call and see us or The Lincoln Pharmacy Stanford, Ky. Additional Personals FallClothing We have just received our first shipment of Fall Clothing and they are 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. wimNyJ5 6JAfiUlD CL0TBE$ ROBINSON'S Kelly J. Francis visited his wife at Louisville last week. Mr. and Mrs. James H. Woods were state fair goers last week. John N. Menefee, Jr., was a vis-tat the State Fair last week. Mrs. R. T. Bruce attended the state fair last week. Miss Allie Arnold, of Lancaster, D ADS was the guest of Mrs. J W. Acey last week. vord each issue, casli (Ads here are 1 cent Miss Matsy Grimes and Joe Grimes with order; up ad less than 25c each issue.) took in the State Fair at Louisville .50 BUSHELS of seed wheat for last week. sale, $1.50 per bushel. W. L. Neal, Mrs. W. L. McCarty is quite ill 74-- 1 at a hospitaT in Lexington, her many Hustonville. friends will regret to know. LOST! A bunch of keys; name J. N. Saunders was in Louisville on them ; reward for return to W. M. 74-- 2 on business and incidentally took in Adams, Stanford. one morning. the state fair FOR SALE. Two and a half Miss Sallie Eubanks left Monday shares of First National Bank stock. for St Augustine,, Fla., to resume 74-- 2 her work in the school for the deaf. Apply this office. Mrs. John Moser and son, of NEW Superior Grain drills" and Moreland, attended the "Home Com- Blizzard Feed Cutters at W. H. Hig-- , ' 74-ing" meeting at Waynesburg and gins', .Stanford. 1 was also guest of Mrs. S. P. Shoop. LOST. A pair of short white Wm. Mobley, familiarly known to spent Sunday gloVes on Main street court day; rehis friends at "Pud," ward for return to Mrs. Lucy Miller with the homefolks here. He has Bartley. 72-- 1 been holding down a nice job with LOST Between Danville and this, the street car company in Cincinnati. Mrs.' J. W. Ireland and little son, city a 4 length blue 'serge coat with Joe Pat, ofi Bellevue, vmade a short laundry mark "Peters." Reward, for 74-- 1 visit to Misses Esther and Mary return to this office. Burch early this week en route to All Lincoln IMPORTANT. Mitcehllsburg to visit her relative, Col. L. R. Wharton and family there. stockholders of the Rural Credit W. R. Riggs was here from Louis- Association are requested to meet ville early this week, going over the in the court house at Stanford, next Lebanon division of the L. & N., to ' Saturday, September 23rd, at 2 p. which he will shortly be assigned aa m. S. M. Owens, A. P. Sloan, T. C. i Rankin, Committee. .74-l- p dispatcher. or 3-- Four steers and heifer, I, or my deputies will be at the out of pasture on Adam Carpenter's lowing places in Lincoln county on place, on Milledgeville pike; gone the dates named for the purpose of about a week. Reward for return 74-- 2 collecting your taxes which are now to W. T. Tucker, Stanford. due. Please meet us promptly. Bring FOR SALE. A few extra nice your road .claims with you. Dates are Kentucky Red Berkshire boars; as follows: ready for service. Clover Bottom Stock Farm, J. H. Wright, PropriCrab- Orchard, Sept. 16. 74-- 3 King's Mountain, Sept. 22. etor. Waynesburg, Sept. 23. Hustonville, Sept. 30. TOBACCO TENANT WANTED. For rent, my farm on Mason's Crab Orchard, Oct. 7th. Gap, 60 acres, one house with five Oct. 13. I King's Mountain, rooms, and all other necessary outWaynesburg, Oct. 14. buildings. Mrs. W. H. King, StanOct. 21st. Hustonville, ford, Lincoln county, Ky., R. F. D., 74-2- p Crab Orchard, Nov. 4th. 4, Box 39. Waynesburg, Nov. 11th. Hustonville, Nov. 25th. LADIES Engraved cards should be used for all social purposes. See J. G. WEATHERFORD, Sheriff of the new samples we have and as Lincoln County. cheap as they can be bought anywhere. The Interior Journal. 59-- tf CENT-A-WORfol- LOST. - . Phone No. 271. :::::::: Sanitary Meat Market Geo. T. Wood, Prop, Stanford, Ky. the October term of the fiscal court. G. B. COOPER, County Clerk. 71-- 4 ALL merchants and miscellaneous claims must be filed with me before Oct. 1st, in order to be allowed at We Will Save You Money on frigerators, Ice Cream Freezers, Coolers, Etc. ALSO LAWN MOWERS AND GARDEN TOOL'S. Re- FOR SALE privately, the" S. E. Owsley farm of 220 acres; large colonial brick residence, cellar, cistern, two barns, smoke hnuse, ry, tenant house, and other buildings; situated in heart of the Blue Grass section; rich limestone soil in excel lent state of cultivation ; in Lincoln j county, near towns of Danville. Lan-- , caster and Stanford, where there are , excellent j. churches and schools. Will , t n i j. i u De soia at a Bargain, r or particulars m address Mrs. W. R. Rice, Southern j g ot-x- x uotei, jaciison, Tenn. -- -- I GEORGE H. FARRIS. MAMMOTH GAVE $9.85 For An ( All-Expen- se Two-Day- s' Tour From Stanford Sept. 26th Personally Conducted by the Excursion Agent L. & N. R. R. Round trip ticket $4.35. Board at the Cave Hotel, including the several routes in the cave for $5.50. Tickets on sale for morning trains. Phone L. Sc N. Agent. The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky: Tuesday, September, 9, 1916. 1 WAIST SPECIAL $1.95 We offer for early buyers, a new Fall style, good quality Crepe de Chene Blouse, in white, black, maize and flesh, worth regularly $2.75 to $3.00. Especially priced at Fall Announcement! For the last thirty days we have been receiving and marking new goods and today finds our store bristling over with the newest and best in SPECIAL GINGHAM We place on sale today 500 yards Fast Colored Gingham. Patterns for Dresses, Petticoats, Shirts and Waists. We will not he able to buy any more of this. While they last per yard $1.95 10 Cents Ladies' Fall lull? earm A pparel ft & WE SECURED THIS SPACE TO INVITE YOU TO COME AND LOOK. COMPARE THE QUALITY AND PRICE WITH ANY STORE ANY WHERE. OUR SHOWING OF COATS, SUITS, SKIRTS,' WAISTS, IS ESPECIALLY ATTRACTIVE. WE'VE THE WANTED FABRICS IN THE WANTED COLORS, IN THE WANTED MODELS, SERGES, POPLINS, VELOURS, BROAD CLOTHS, IN GREEN, NAVY, BROWN, PURPLE, BURGUNDY, BLACK, IN VELVET TRIMMED, FUR TRIMMED AND PLAIN TAILORED GARMENTS. PRICES RANGE FROM $10 TO $45. SUITS FROM $25 AND UP ONLY ONE OF A KIND : : : : PILE FABRICS FOR COATS HAVE THE STAMP OF FASHIONS APPROVAL. WE NOW LINE IN PLUSH, URAL, ASTRACHAN, ESKOLYNX AND PLAIN SHOW s : : : : : : : : CLOTHS AT $10 TO $35. : WmV H fl-- J -- A 11 ?-l'-- . ' ."OX ;-- '-f '& ALL THE OTHER DEPARTMENTS IN OUR STORE ARE RUNNING OVER4 WITH DESIRABLE MERCHANDISE, AND AN EARLY VISIT TO OUR STORE MEANS YOUR CHOICE FROM MANY AND A FULL SEASON'S WEAR OUT OF THE GARMENT PURCHASED :::::::::::::::: cTm.11 W h$ Tift f L L-?-A- &: JgTi A i aWi SILK I s fa it &r jk W i OUTING CLOTH SPECIAL 500 yards light ground, with stripes and checks. Mill short lengths, worth lie per yard as long as they PETTICOATS You will want a new silk Petticoat for your new suit. We have them in plain and changeable, plaid or last per yard Coats, Suits, Waists, MAIN ggiiyrrre-''''18'- Ladies' Fine Shoes Dry Goods and Carpets Persian taffeta. 8 1-- 3 Cents iifrto&nBS STREET ayiiijKs?i ! Stanford, Kentucky jiiM.jiresragm3?gaHgsaBgmw" - $3.50 to $6.50 Condensed Statement ot The Report of I S' le First Mationai Bank Of Stanford, Ky., Made to the Controller on Sept. 12, 1916. RESOURCES $264,543.60 Loans, Stocks and Bonds 50,000.00 U. S. Bonds 6,798.50 Banking House 34,479.01 Cash and Due from Banks Total LIABILITIES $355,821.1 1 Capital Stock Surplus Fund Undivided Profits Circulation Deposits Bills Payable 1. $ 50,000.00 28,500.00 2,905. 1 1 1 3 50,000.00 2 9,4 5.98 5,000.00 $355,821.1 1 3 ) Total Groceries, Field Seeds, T. D. Newland & Son, Opposite the Phone No. 168. Court-Hous- e, Stanford, Kentucky. ew Fall G! XoC. fT' UC V Sm Large Assortment of Patterns For Children's School Dresses. W. E. PERKINS, Crab Orchard, Kentucky Mr. W. D. Nave and family, of MILLINERY OPENING. Mercer, spent Sunday with the famI will have my millinery opening ily of S. T. Burdett. Friday and Saturday, Sept. 22 and Sept. 21. The Current Events Miss Daisy Veach, of Louisville, Club will meet with Mrs. J. S. Rice has been the guest' of Mrs. Logan 23 and am prepared to show the prettiest line of millinery that has at 2 o'clock Thursday aftrenoon. McCall. been exhibited in Stanford during T J. W. Brown, of Orick, Ray county the season. You invited to inMrs. Marie Terrill, of Lexington, Mo., is visiting his son, I. C. Brown, spect my models. Miss Ella May is the guest of Mrs. G. T. Timber-lak- of Boyle. 74-- 2 Saunders. out on rural route No. 5. Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Preston, of Eld. J. Q. Montgomery, of Liber- Junction City, spent Sunday with Dr. Miss Ella May Saunders was in ty, took Saturday's train for Bards-tow- J. F. Peyton and family. Louisville last week buying her fall where he preached Sunday. Miss Annie Dunn went to Cedar millinery. Mr." ami Mrs. Will Hawkins, of Springs, S. C, Tuesday to resume Miss Sara Hundley visited in LouCorbin, are guests of her parents, her work in the School for the Deaf isville last week and saw the state Mr. and Mrs. Bedell Chancellor. there. fair. Bev. Rout spent Sunday in LouisLee Perkins, who has been holdMiss. Dora Straub was in Louisville with his wife and son, who are ing down a nice position at Hunting- ville last week selecting her stock of visiting her parents there. ton, W. Va., is at home on a short fall and winter millinery. Mesdames R. L. Davison and Wil- visit. Miss Sallic Mills 'Craig left Tuesliam Porter and Miss Minnie Straub Mr. and Mrs. G. R. Cowden, Mrs. day morning for Lynchburg, Va., attended the State fair last week. Mary Wh:pp and J. P. Cowden, all Randolph-Maco- n Mr. W. O. Scott, of Covington, of Liberty, spent Sunday with where she will attend College. who came down to attend the burial friends here. Wm. C. Wilcher left last week for of his cousin, Miss Maiy Patience Prof. J. S. Wheatley, of JacksonGoldsboro, N. C, to accept a nice poBoone, has returned home. ville, Florida, was the week-en- d Mrs. W. H. Porter returned home guest at the home of Hon. M. F. sition as salesman for the Kentucky Horse and Mule Company. Friday after a pleasant visit to North, of the West End. Louisville, taking in the Great State Messrs. Harry Carter. Clay Davis Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Russell, of the Fair. Bowen section, have been guests of and W. J. Dunaway made up a jolMiss Effie Drye has returned to Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Buchanan here. ly bunch that went down to the state her home in the west end after a de- They also visited relatives in Louis- fair late last week. lightful visit to friends and relatives ville Sunday. Judge W. L. Dawson visited his in Indianapolis. Mrs. Isa Tucker has returned to daughter, Mrs. C. I. Dorsey and famJudge W. E. Varnon, who has her home at Cedar Creek after most ily in Louisville last week and enbeen here for several weeks, left successfully nursing Earl Baughman, joyed the state fair. Saturday night for his home at who is about over his malarial fever Mesdames E. J. Brown and Lou-anAsheville, North Carolina. attack. Holdam spent Sunday with Mrs. Ed Wilkinson and son, J. T. Shirley Gover and Jesse Hocker, Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Cummins at Wilkinson, are spending the week Jr., students at Transylvania UniverBellevue. with Mr. and Mrs. Judd Phillips, in sity, Lexington, motored over and Miss Mary Burch went to WashCincinnati. spent Saturday and Sunday here ac- ington, D. C., Tuesday to resume Mrs. M. F. North, left last week companied by the former's mother, her position on the staff of the Disfor an extended visit to her sons, Mrs. Maggie Gover. trict of Columbia School for the Attorney T. J. North, of Lexington, Frank Sloan, of Detroit, Mich., is Deaf. and J. W. North, of High Bridge. visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Rev. J. Q. Montgomery and atGrover Overstreet and wife, of A. P. Sloan, in the Hubble section. daughters, Misses Ruby and Casey, were here Saturday. They Mr. Sloan holds the responsible of- tractive Bess, were here from Liberty a short will move up January 1st and take fice of auditor of the Detroit Street while Saturday. Miss Bess remaincharge of Eld. J. Q. Montgomery's Railway. ed for a visit to Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Hanging Fork farm. Tim Hutchison, wife and three Carter. L. F. Bobbitt and bride, of Hor-to- children, who have v be,en spending Judge R. G. Williams and wife, of Kansas, left for home Satur- much of the summer, here, left on Covington, motored through Standay. They spent several weeks with Monday afternoon for Glendale, Ari ford Tuesday morning, en route to Mr. Frank Bobbitt and mother 4n zona to spend the. winter with his son Mt. Vernon for a visit to his old the Peyton's Well se'etion. Henry Hutchison and other relatives home. They have been the guests Ellis Cooper, J. C. Clouse, Ed Bur- Mr. Hutchison spent a year or so in of his brother, M. C. Williams and gess and J. R. New, of" Monticello, the west and thinks it a great place. family at Somerset. were registered at the St. Asaph HoMr. and Mrs. John' H. Shanks retel Sunday. They are 'motoring javer turned from Louisville Sunday Central Kentucky, seeing the sights. where Mrs. Shanks has been confiner Lester B. O'Bannon, who is visit- in a hospital for several weeks with We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for any ing his parents here, went over to typhoid fever. She is almost herself case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. Frankfort Monday to spend a few again, however, r. 0. CHEXEY & CO., Toledo. O. and made a very days with his sister, Mrs. J. L. CofWe, J. hare satisfactory recovery. They leave Cheney the undersigned, years, known F. him fey. 15 and believe the latter part of this week for their perfectlyfor the last In all business transactions honorable Dr. and Mrs. A. R. Cundiff and and' financially able to carry out any obligations made by his firm. two attractive children, motored home in Columbus, Ga. NAT. BANK OF COMMEHCE. over from Somerset and SDent a cou- Toledo, Ohio. ie of 'avs with Mr. and Mrs. Ed-- ! Hall's Catarrh Cnre Is taten Internally, acting CALL at the Misses Straub for directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of Hubbard. From here they journeyed sect the your new Fall Hat, when you are in centssystem. Testimonials all free. Price 75 to Liberty and other places to visit per bottle. Sold by Irusci8ts. 74-- 1 town circus day. friends. Family Pijls for constipation. Take Hall's Personal and Social- a-- e F e, ail First Showing of For-eig- n and Domestic Pattern Hats SATURDAY, SEP TEMBER 23rd. Youar e Cordially Invited. : : n, Noel Sisters, Danville, Ky. na Baugbman's No. 1 Flour rat n, -- Is Everlastingly Good On Sale At All Grocery Stores Every Sack Guaranteed How!s This? J. H. BAUGHMAN & COMPANY STANFORD, KENTUCKY - The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky Tuesday, September, J. W. Baughman sold to H. C. Baughman a graded Black Polled Angus bull calf for $65. The former bought of J. M. Polled Cress one of his highly-bre- d Angus bull calves, seven months old seven-months-old 1 9, 9 6. 1 1 Pill Born Tailorin- g- I HB - for $100. John E. Madden, of Lexington, has sold to Simon and Jonas Weil, of Lexington, 75 head of choice shorthorn cattle for export to England for the Christmas holidays. The price was not given out. Mr. Madden has recently purchased 200 head of Polled Angus sters as feeders. J. L. Hutchins, of Danville, was over late last week and bought a couple of bunches of extra heifers from two local farmers. From John B. Foster on the Knob Lick pike, he bought nine head, averaging 825 pounds, at 6 cents a pound. He pur chased a butcher cow that weighed 900 pounds from Mr. Foster at a nickel a pound and a butcher steer that weighed 1,080 pounds at 7 cents a pound. From Sam Matheny on the Somerset "pike he bought 20 head of heifers that averaged 850 pounds at 10 premium 6 cents a pound and lot. on the Mr. J. E. Bruce had a big time at the state fair last week. The Red Berkshire boys had a tent out near the fair grounds, got their meals cooked there and all had a fine time and stayed close to their pets all the time. A big brood sow belonging to Walter O. Walker of this city, got excited and farrowed prematurely finding nine handsome young Red Berkshires, which are all in good shape and doing nicely however. Mr. Walker took a couple of blues, four reds and five whites or third money ribbons. Bob Bruce took a blue and a red and the Garrard Red Berkshire men got ttyeir share of the ribbons also. They all made a great show and had a fine time. CINCINNATI - Welsh & Wiseman Go. DANVILLE. KENTUCKY, Announce Tlieir Fall Opening of Goats, Suits, Dresses and Millinery Friday and Saturday Sept. 22nd and 23rd Yon Are Gordiallv Invited WELSH & WISEMAN GO. STOCK MARKET. pigs lljiiiki;;,, ss& Hogs- Receipts 4,500; steady; packers and butchers $11.25 11.50, common to choice $8(5)10.25; Mil.,, . H lEBSS-mn- iS feSl Pifll lll'lt" ..,,,1'liiininiuil! iiiiiiiIIIIIIU!!ii:i":iiii:"' and lights $5.50(5)10.40; stags $8(5) $9. Cattle Receipts $4,000; slow; steers $5.50(5)8.25; heifers $4.50(5) Calves 7; cows $4.25 6.50. reSheep steady; $4.50(5)12. ceipts 1,000; steady; $2(5)6.75; lambs steady; $511.75. 5 large heavy work Mules, 4 to 8 years old. Cattle. Several cows and calves 25 nice Heifers, 500 to 800 pounds, steers and a lot several of vearling Steers. Sheep. 200 head of young Wethers; fine feeders; a lot of stock two-year-o- ld Moreland, Ky., Sept. 18, 1916. W. H. Higgins, Stanford, Ky., Dear Sir: (Resident Born Dealer McRoberts & Bailey, Stanford, Ky. yf The The Penpy Drug Store. Splendid Charles C. Coffey, of Boyle, bought of W. E. McAfee 29 shoats Best Grades averaging 110 pounds at 9 cents. II of J. H. Floyd, of the West End, sold ; to Judge W. M. Myers a carload of 1,150-poun- d cattle at a fancy but private price. J. L. Hutchins bought of W. 0. Walker, of this city, three JJ (XAJ) wjUHSIK at Lowest : heifers at Gc. Of Dick GenPrices try, of Boyle, Mr. Hutchins bought d hogs at $10.25; 25 of .38 ; S. C. McCormack at 10c and 60 othHe ers of different parties at 9 c. of Farris and Gibson a car- , bought load of butcher stuff at 5 cents. . W. D. Routt, formerly of the No matter going West End of Lincoln, has rented the whether it's a. big' job or a small one we believe 'John M. VanMeter farm of 420 we save you money. acres near Danville and will put in PUBLIC SALE 115 acres of corn, 50 acres of wheat, possibly floor to 40 acres of oats and a big crop of toAs I have decided to go to a betbacco next year. He says he will wall paper to clean or woodworK to varnish. ter climate, I will on best If so, see 1916 we call do for you. have isone of the make farms in Boyle sell SATURDAY, SEPT. 30,my farm, a splendid recto the highest bidder and hoping to containing 20 4 acres. This farm We stocR t ord, is located 5 miles from Stanford and Powhat-ta- n Richelieu King, owned by paints for all purposes floor 4 miles from Lancaster, within 2 floor oil-fur- niture Wooldridge, of Pewee Valley and mile of Stanford Lancaster pike. polish Kalsomine enamel brushes ridden by Walter Briggs, won the Farm is all in good grass, with house in fine repair; all and supplies of all Kinds. j Kentucky Championship saddle stake outbuildings; 26x40 new barn : for $3,000 at the State Fair Friday with fine cistern at house and barn; night. Golden Firefly, owned by W. new wire fencing all over the farm; S. Nicoll, of Woodburn, took second good new orchard, consisting of 120 trees; old orchard of 3G good (honors; Easter Cloud, W. G. Shrop fruit trees; 3 good mares in foal to fruit shire's chestnut stallion, was third jack, 2 1 5; 1 yearE. R.COLEMAN, Proprietor. choice of the judges, Maydan, a grey ling filly; 1 registered extra good STANFORD, KY. i PHONE "NO. 2 gelding owned by Edgar Doty, of driving and saddle mare; 3 good one suckling mules; 3 good Richmond, took fourth, and Johnny thoroughbred Aberdeen heifers, Angus; 1 Jones, owned by Brown & Moore, jersey cow and calf; one yearling of Columbia, Mo., took the short steer; 4 spring lambs; 3 shoats, that Blue-Gra- ss end of the stake. There were six will weigh 75 pounds each; 1 rubber tire buggy, in fine repair; 1 set of other horsese in the event. 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. PUBLIC SALE Sale begins prompelv at 10 o'clock. CAPT. A. M. BOURNE, Auctioneer. privately my farm of 261 Acres, I offer for sale On account of ill health I will offer DALE B. WITHERS for sale to the highest bidder at my one of the best Blue Grass Stock Farms in Central home known as the Lucien Lasley-placKentucky. On it is a dwelling house of 10 rooms, 2 PUBLIC SALE 5 miles east of Stanford, on large tobacco shed and all neceslarge stock barns, a THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, On sary outbuilnings. Also two good tenant houses. 140 WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 4, 1916, the following property: I will sell to the highest bidder at my 14 head of yearling past cattle; acres of the farm is in grass, 30 acres in corn, and farm on the Lancaster and Crab Or5 cows from 2 to 8 years old ; chard pike, known as the George the rmainder now being plowed for wheat. All of 4 weanling calves; Evans farm, all of my Farming , 1 aged mule, a good worker; said farm is in a high state of cultivation; well water-sdTools, Mules, Cattle Sheep and Hogs. Wagons Farm Tools. 6 1 aged mare safe for any one to Railroad, splendidly fenced, located near Q. & C. 1 new Deering Mower; 1 new Rake; drive; also following farming tools: 1 new Sweep Rake; 1 Binder; 1 one mile from depot, 3 1-- 2 miles from Hustonville 1 corn planter; Steel Roller; 1 Wheat Drill; 1 MaCorn PlanStanford, the county seat. corn drill; 1 cutting harrow nure Spreader; 1 two-roand 8 miles from Avery Riding ter; 2 three-hors- e 2 Oliver turning plows; This farm is one of the very best in Lincoln counWalking Plows; Plows; 2 two-hor2 double shovel plows; 1 Section Harrow; 4 Riding Cultidisty, situated in the very heart of the Blue Grass 1 Superior grain drill with ferti- vators; 2 Disc or Cutting Harrows, and a lot of other small tools. Sevlizer attachment; Kentucky. Will sell at a bargain. trict of Bridles and 1 Lightning hay press and other eral sets of Harness, Any one wishing to buy a good stock farm should other Gear. things too numerous to mention. Live Stock. One Terms made known on day of sale. Combination thb place before buying elsewhere. se Mare; 2 Yearling Mules; 1 meCol. W. D. Peters, Auctioneer. - Mules; 2 S. M. OWENS, McKinney, Ky. Mule; 1 dium sized Mule; Crab Orchard, Ky. medium sized H. BUSTLE, J. i N Paints and 7 oils 91 sv ep J khw u X j Farm and Stock News mrE iMi 800-pou- nd r V tlj' .frSSSMBBI tobkm 200-poun- Get Our Estimates First what you are to paint can you have a 700-pou- nd Or wax or How to Give Good Advise. boar. The best way to give good advice Terms made known on day of sale. is to set a good example. When othLunch served at noon. Remember ers see how quickly you get over the sale starts promptly at 10 a. m. your cold by taking Chamberlain's PAUL FINCH, Crab Orchard R. F. D. 2 Cough Remedy they are likely to folCol. I. M. Dunn and Col. John B. hay frame; one two horse sled; two Office of low your example. This remedy has turning plows; one five tooth plow; been in use for many years and en- Dinwiddie, Auctioneers. R. M. two double shovels; one cutting harObjoys an excellent reputation. Headquarters for Best corn row; one drag harrow; one tainable everywhere. planter; one cultivator; one single FIRE AND LIFE INSURANCE -shovel plow and numerous other ar- Phone 168 and 45. Stanford, Ky. PREACHERSVILLE HONOR ROLL ticles TERMS: All sums of $10.00 Fifth Grade Eliza Cummins. Fine Farms, Mules Horses, Cattle and under cash in hand, sums over and Sheep. Fourth Grade Ruby Miller, MaHaving decided to move my resi- that amount payable January 1st, mie Jordan. dence from Garrard county, I will, 1917, "without interest, but secured Third Grade Verna Parks, Mar- beginning promptly at ten o'clock note required. Dinner on the ground. A. M., on garet Dyehouse, Burnett Miller. THURSDAY, SEPT. 21st, 1916 Grade Calvin Blankenship, First W. O. KING, Lancaster, Ky. sell my farm, four' miles from Lan- Col. I. M. Dunn, Auctioneer. Howard Johnson. AT YOUR DRUGGIST. frrevst; caster, I wish all parents realized the im- highest on the Lexington pike, to the and best bidder. portance of their children being at FARM. school every day on time. This farm contains 137 acres, more Punctuality is a little thing, but or less, with splendid improvements, consisting of life is made up of little things. frame dwellingeight room two story with necessary outis a part of life. Why not buildings, in splendid repair, with j School ' make it the best part? The children good tobacco barn sufficient to cannot do this without the assistance house six acres of tobacco and all well watered. The farm is well locatand of the parents. ed, near good school and is in splenCyrus Johnson, Principal. did neighborhood and lies near the In order to settle up an estate, I will sell at private sale, best turnpike in Garrard county. Twenty-fiv- e is now in acres of land corn, six acres in tobacco, eight in 200 of hemp and the remainder in good s, bred-in-the-pur- ewes. Hogs. (Will sell 10 Registered Duroc Boars, last Spring farrow, sired bv Defender's Ohio Chief, Champion Pals Premier, Kentucky's; Fancy Colonel, .b inch's Detender. The dams of these boars are daughters of Defender, The Professor and Fancy Colonel. Here is your chance to get a real high-clas- The Corn Cutter I bought from you is giving perfect satisfaction. My brother and I are cutting corn that will make a barrel per shock with perfect ease. I would not be without one. T. M. SANDIDGE. Respectfully, NEWLAND i PUBLIC SALE FOR Farm For Sale Acres ! I grass. Fine Improved Land, can and what have an unusually large and fresh of wax just 3-- 1-- nec-cessa- ry The farm will be sold on terms $4,000.00 cash January 1st, 1917, when deed will be made and possession given. Balance on a credit of one and two year, with negotiable lien notes, bearing interest from January 1st, 1917, at the rate of six per cent. Seeding privileges will be granted to the pur- the following TERMS : located 4 miles from Lancaster on Lexington pike, near the famous Camp Dick Robinson farm. This place has a two story frame house with eight rooms, chaser this fall. At the same time and place will sell the following personality, including 25 acres of growing corn: CATTLE. Twenty-six bath, etc., all out buildings, large stock and tobacco barns, silo, ice house, stock scales and tenant house all in good repair. Farm is watered by pond, pools and springs, also windmill at a never failing spring which supplies two water tanks holding 120 barrels each. This farm can be divided into two or more farms. The price is reasonable and liberal terms. eight-years-ol- d, Farm For Sale Privately. MULES. One pair six year old mare mules, mules, all broken, five one horse mule, four yearling mules, two draft mares, good workers. IMPLEMENTS. One good two horse wagon; one three-year-old four-year-o- ld head of extra good cattle, weighing 1,000 pounds; 18 yearling heifers and steers; one fat cow and one cow and calf. SHEEP. ewes and 26 head of high-grad- e one Southdown buck. , . J j J i For further information apply to ; ' Mrs. Curt A. Robinson, LANCASTER, KY. List of Properties In Lincoln County and Stanford, Ky., -- FOR SALE.- 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-- two-hor- se rse w 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; residence; barn 50x70; large concrete silo; fencing all new. Price $75 per acre. Terms 1-- se easy. FOR SALE heart of the Blue Grass section; 50 acres; situated in rich limestone soil in excellent state of cultivation. Will be sold at a bargain. Modern cottage; FOR SALE new; 5 rooms, with bath complete at a bargain if sold at once; rents for $14 per month; 3 squares from court house. FOR SALE. 35 acres; 3 room cottage; new barn; 13 acres in grass, balance in cultivation; new fencing; 3 miles from Stanford; on turnpike. Price $2300. 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. September. four-year-o- ld two-year-o- ld four-year-o- ld A. B. Florence, Office 26. Lincoln Nat Bank Bldg., Stanford, Ky. three-year-o- ld