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Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1912): September 29, 1916 Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1912) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Shelton M. Saufley Stanford, KY 1916 int1916092901_sn85052023 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1912): September 29, 1916 Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1912) Shelton M. Saufley Stanford, KY 1916 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. The Inte Established 1860.57th Year. VERY SUCCESSFUL WAS TEACHERS' INSTITUTE WHICH ADJOURNS TODAY. Uli YD JOURNAL 1916. I No. 11 Stanford, Lincoln County, Kentucky, Friday, September 29, S Tu t.iid Fridays Supt. Gilbert, Prof. Rhoads and Miss Buckner Make Interesting Addresses to Pedagogues. Addresses by fitate Superintendent of Public Instruction V. 0. Gilbert and State Supervisor of High Schools McHenry Rhoads were features of the Lincoln county teachers' Institute the latter part of the week. The institute adjourned this afternoon. It has been a decided success in every way and all of the teachers will return to their schools benefitted and helped in the work of instructing the young. President T. J. Coates, of the Eastern Normal, who spoke Monday, remained over that night, and spoke again. He discussed some of the teacher's duties, saying first that the teacher should know his or her duty in school both in and out of the class room; second, that each teacher owes a duty to the community in which he or she teaches and should work in cooperation. Prof. Coates, in a short but well worded way, told what the Eastern State Normal stands for, namely, a good training for teaching, by working out the problems which come up in class room, etc. Prof. W. P. Robinette, of Kings Mountain High School, gave an interesting talk on the best ways and means of promoting the interest of education. Prof. U. G. Hatfield, of the Crab Orchard graded school, discussed means of improvement of teachers, saying this can best be done by the teachers attending summer schools, or reading educational journals and attending reading circles. Prof. Cyrus Johnson, of the Preachersville school, interestingly the methods of teaching. Way-nesbur- the coln county for oil and gas experimental drilling with the exception of Preaching at both churches Sun- the northern part of the county. The day. Everyone kindly invited to be gradual tracing of the Estill county present. oil field in this direction confirms more strongly than ever the opinion General News Notes that have held for years that there is a great pool of oil loE. P. Vimont, one of the oldest citizens of Millersburg, was adjudg- cated somewhere under Lincoln noon. ed insane. county soil. Almost every foot of Mrs. J. M. Wallace, wife of the land around Crab Orchard has been MORELAND. mayor of Danville, died in the Dan- leased to oil concerns, Division No. 4 assistant district attorney for the The Educational and leases are ville hospital Monday night. met at the Institute last week in or- road, taking the place vacated by being taken in the South End and Geo. B. Williams and J. T. Hare. der to arrange for the next Teachers Charles H. Moorman, resigned. Mr. of Winchester, sold oil holdings in also south of McKinney and HustonAssociation and to elect new officers. Warren's host of friends are greatly Estill county this week for a sum said ville. Oil indications are very proProf. Robinson presided over the pleased at this well deserved recogto be close to a million dollars. nounced south of Crab Orchard, and meeting. Prof. Walter Moser was nition of his faithful work and the chosen Chairman, and Miss Mary ability he has so often displayed in The British claim to have taken the same is true south of Stanford. HON. JAMES D. BLACK Peavyhouse, secretary. It was de- his road's behalf, and all feel sure 10,000 German prisoners since the The gas well on the farm of M. S. cided that the next meeting will be he will "make good" in his new posigreat offensive started on the Som-m- e Baughman still supplies his home A treat is in store for the voters with light and fuel, and has done so held at the Bellview School at More-lan- d tion just as he has in the past. front. of the East End of the county Satyears. A similar well supplied on the first Saturday in Novemden- for Albert H. Azbill, a Richmond urday afternoon at 2 o'clock when Mrs. McCarty with light at Mt. SaR. C. NUNNELLEY SALE. ber, beginning at 2 p. m. The proLieut. Gov. Black, one of the best tist, was held to the federal grand lem until an effort to strengthen it gram committee which consisted of The splendid rain which fell democrats and best speakers ever jury under $3,000 bond on a charge by blasting a larger opening, closed Prof. Moser, Miss Peavyhouse, Miss Thursday did not keep a good crowd produced in of counterfeiting. the up the original outlet entirely. Kate Bogle and Miss Mamie Yancie from attending R. C. Nunnelley's tucky, will speak mountains of Kenon behalf of the James Whittaker, The underlying pool is thought has tried to arrange one that will be sale at Peyton's Well. The two Democratic ticket. Gov. Black is a son of a Pineville drummer, shot to extend southwest into Casey. The of vital importance to all teachers farms were taken down the home great favorite throughout this sec- himself through the neck while play- story is told of a farmer near Dunn-vill- e, and very interesting to all outsiders at $100 and the other farm at $68. tion and a big crowd will undoubted- ing with his father's pistol. He will years ago, who started a flow who desire to attend. This is the "Black" Ike Shelby and H. B. Davis ly out to of oil so strong, while drilling a wafirst time the association has ever were the contending bidders on the ber who didhear him. Quite a num- probably recover. not have the privilege John G. Bruce, of Wilhoit, broke ter well, that it ran into the creek been hela at that place and Prof. D. Gover and Dr. W. B. when he spoke in Stanford court his right leg above the knee while and being set on fire, caused a fearMoser cordially requests that all former and on the O'Bannon planning to so ud in autoes practicing on the football field at the ful conflagration up and down the latter. Farming day teachers be present and make this a implements sold well and live stock and are will he undoubtedly be given a Transylvania University in Lexington stream. This was before the value Most went at very record breaking meeting. reasonable prices. John warm welcome. of oil was anything like present day late last week. teachers do not realize how import- B. Rout bought a brood for ant it is that they should have a self $82; Collins Moore one for mare and Because Gov. Stanley had not is figures and this well was plugged up $49 confidential meeting like this in a mule colt Crab Orchard sued a writ of election, the Court of to prevent pollution of the stream. for $50. which they could discuss the many secured a yearling bay R. H. Cooper Appeals held that the nomination of It is said by old residents to have problems that confront them. They and Collins Moore paid mare for $58 Mrs. Bettie Buchanan is waitiner M. J. Meagher for state senator in been a real gusher. $81 for one; The Oil City Derrick, published at should feel more interested in their to take voaithe Franklin district was void. Discipline, work and in that of their neighbor- Frank Martin got a grey brood mare terior Journal salscr')tIon to the InOil City, Pa., and recognized as the An open discussion on at $1.00 per year. Simpson Hendren, 80, a famous official oil paper of this section of the for g, led by Prof. IV. G. Benge, of ing fellow teachers. Refreshments mule$47 and J. C. Eubanks a horse Only a few more days at this price, singer colt for $50. L. P. Nunnelley of Mercer county, died Tues- country had the following about the was next entered into and will be served and an enjoyable as bought a brood mare so please take advantage of this lib- day. He was director of the famous oil situation in Kentucky which will many methods were brought out. will be expect by Dorsey Gplddust well as helpful time for $115; Ewalt eral offer by our editor, who wishes "Grapevine Quartet" and leader of be of interest to everyone in this secOn Wednesday, devotional exer- ed. The program is as follows. Lrivens paid $108.50 for a bay har- to gie you every chance to have the the choir of the Grapevine church in tion who hopes to see a big strike cises were conducted by Rev. M. D. Devotional Exercise, by local pas ness gelding Mercer until he became too infirm. and Collins Moore $137 paper at this price. made in Lincoln county: Early, followed by a short talk on tor. for a Golddust gelding a good sadMiss Bird Perkins has had a most A disnatch from Danville to the The development of the fields of relation of the home, the school the Music. dler. J. W. Powell bought the prize severe attack of tonsilitis, but her Cincinnati Enquirer said that the new Kentucky from an average of about and the church. Welcome Address, Prof. Moser. mule colt for $100 and one of com- friends will be glad to know she is Hotel Danville, now under construc- 1,000 barrels daily to 6,000 barrels Miss Rubie Buckner, head of the Response, Mr. Reeves. mon grade was knocked off to J. D. much improved. tion, has been leased to William C. per day, has been accomplished Sewing Department in State UniverWhy Teach Phonetics? J. E. Ben-ne- t, Whitehouse, of Boyle, for $31. CyMr. Bell and Vietta have returned Snead, of Chattanooga and that the within a few months. It is only one most interesting lecture sity, gave a Mrs. C. D. Sims. the on Domestic Science, saying that doSuccessful Ways of Teaching Phy- rus Gover gotfellow, family pony a from a most delightful visit to Cin- hotel s expected to be opened Jan. 1. of those surprises that make the oil 11 years old cinnati. preparation for siology, Miss Bessie Montgomery, pretty spotted D. mestic science is the Following a fight on primary day business a fascinating one. Kentuc for $150. W. Routt bought a five complete living. The house-wif- e Mrs. Sarah Hurt went to Lancas- on the public square in Scottsville, ky a year ago was one of the states Prof. R. H. Hopkins. year should be trained for her duties as Educative Value of Play, Miss grey old horse mule for $139 and a ter Saturday to visit Mrs. J. B. Allen county, Sheriff John A. Bras-we- ll that oil men refused to consider sehorse mule well as the professional or business Blanche Barnett, Miss Minelle Pru-it- t. eral milch cows went at $90. Sev- Conn. From there she will visit her has been indicted for malfeas- riously. They argued that too much were sold at $35 to sister, Mrs. Mary Douglas man; she should learn modern methin Dan- ance and four of his deputies for money had been spent there to make $55 it possible for any hope to remain ods so as to cut down long hours Order and Discipline, Miss Sadie $20. and a lot of heifers at $15 to ville. assault and battery. Mr. Jack Perkins Is out again afand the drudgery of keeping house. Baughman, Mrs. Stella Montogmery. who died of developing paying pools. Past The body of Frank Holt, How to Arouse Community InterDomestic science also prepares the ter several days illness with a mala- under suspicious circumstances at experience counted for little and MINKS MAKES RECORD TOUR. rial ttack, his friends are glad. that g:rl for home living or self support; est, Mi. Lansing Lanham, Mrs. L. C. Pellyton, Adair county two weeks ago they had forgotten West just before Virginia to they become more economical Lucas. Rev. Reynolds, pastor of the Bap- was disinterred and physicians made Sisterville brought al?o O. L. Minks, proprietor of the auA Small Beginning in Domestic to line between Stanford and Dan- tist church at Richmond, is conduct- an autopsy. Jeff Jones, suspected of the fore that oil men believed that and can run .the house at a much State was worthless asset to the peJess cost. It makes the woman more Science, Miss Mary Peavyhouse. ing a revival at the Baptist church murder, is in jail. ville, is back on the troleum industry. In fact at that She said that domestic business-likHow to Teach Agriculture, Prof. a delightful trip of a job again after here and we want all to know that week thro' the In spite of claims by union labor time there had tests science should be taught in the rural S. S. Robinson, Prof. W. B. Moser. west, during which he traversed In- finer discourses have not been heard leaders in New York that 125,000 practically every been of the made in present one Adjournment. schools. in this church for years than he is woikers struck Wednesday in sympadiana, Illinois and part of Iowa, gooil counties of West Virginia and the Prof. McHenry 11 o'clock, Miss Ruby Hanson has returned ing as far west as the great dam on delivering. . He is an earnest, zeal- thy At for the car men who went out development at Burning Springs Rhoads arrived and conducted the from a few days vacation with the Mississippi at Mr. ous man, coming here for his health, September 6, there were no surface Eureaka were the only ones that and had Lexington and High Bridge. Minks was accompanied Keokuk. wife, and seeing the condition lemainder of the at institute for the of this tie-u- p by his of been discovered. last night West Virginia at Dr. and Mrs. M. Lee Pipes and her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lafe Mor- church, he felt that altho not phy- indications industries. of a day. Speaking upon the transition that time had been more thoroughly of 'the pupil from the grades to high son, James, had a very enjoyable mo- gan, and Miss Irene Morgan. They sically able to do the work, he could iht city's The second jury to try W. T. Ot-tl- tested than has Kentucky today, for school, he said this is best done if toring trip to Louisville and Sey- motored through in Mr. Minks' Max- not keep from it and he was invited democratic candidate for coun- there are many counties in the latter the teacher in the grades will intro- mour, Ind., last week. well touring car. The whole tour by the members to stay and preach Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Marcum and was about 2,000 miles and they made ind such refreshing, awakening ser- ty judge in Adair county in 1913, State that have never had a test. duce some of the principles of the The discovery of what is believed high school into the graded work and two pretty little daughters started it at a total cost of exactly $27, he mons should be heard by every de- stood 10 to 2 for conviction, but was unable to Clinton for the teacher in the high school to the 11th for a touring trip through says; This included the cost of re- nomination and those who fail to Ottley wasagree and was discharged. to be a paying well in the possibilicharged with changing sand at Irvine, offers new first familiarize the student with his Indiana and Kentucky. They will pairing one tire, which was punctur- hear him have indeed lost something ties for the oil development of the new work. Prof. Rhoads then took visit several points of interest be- ed, a broken spring, hotel bills and that was worth while. The sermons the result on the ballot books. 62, son and last State. A. E. fore returning. up language work in the grades. every expense of the entire party. Sunday morning and evenintr were surviving Wililams, of the family of the well It is not as ayet certain that will prove member paying producI deeply Mrs. B. H. Baker, of Danville and On the appreciated and inspired all After the noon recess, a musical highway, program was rendered, consisting of who is the daughter of Mr. and Mr?. Minks says that he macle almost Mr. wno listened wun greater errorts to the late John Augustus Williams for er, but the fact that oil has been as a piano solo, "Witches' Dream," ren- Wm. Moser of this place, has gone high as 40 miles to the gallon of gas- work for the Master. Rev. Clere of years president of Daughters College found in the formation is a pointer dered by Miss Annette Wearen, and on an extended trip to Kansas and oline. Mr. Minks and party were Lancaster, is conducting the morning at Hrrrodsburg and state lecturer of for further operations. West of a county, line from Ashland, thru Cannel City, Masons, died in a violin solo, "Sing Me to Sleep," by other Western states. gone about a week during which service and everyone who ever heard the week. He leaves Mercer and two Jackson and to a wife lhis Barbourville, it would Mrs. Mary E. Dinwiddie is visit- time Fred Hooper him knows what a feast awaits them Clarence Singleton, accompanied on opnot be wise for any test to stop bepiano by Miss Nancy Katherine ing her daughter, Miss Mattie Din- erated the auto line of Danville, two it these meetings. So every one daughters. the between the fore penetrating the Clinton. Along Both were much enjoy- widdie in Louisville. McKinney. come. Especially do they desire the cities. this line the Mrs. George Johnson, who has by the audience. The remainder members to awaken to duty and efed News of the Churches the salt, some of Big Cow Run sands, Keene, Injun and of the afternoon was given over to been in poor health for sometime, is BURGLARS AT BRADFORDSVILLE fort. would be found. There is Rhoads, who talked entertain- worse at present writing. The Junior Endeavorers pledged Prof. The new pastor will preach at the not much hope for the Devonian Early Tuesday mornine: burglars ten dollars towards the Sunday The following composed a touring ingly on spelling and grammar and Methodist church, Sunday morning sands but there are too many surthe importance of a reading circle in party to Frankfort last Sunday: Mr. entered the store of W. B. Powell, at school rooms and last Fridav nicht and evening, 10:45 and 7. Sunday prises in oil developments to state and Mrs. Virgil Cline, Mr. and Mrs. Bradfordsville, in which is located the they gave an old time spelling match each district. League at that they would not prove productive. morning the devotional Shelby Hubble, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. postoffice. They blew open the safe wmcn was well attended, much en- school at 9:30. Epworth Thursday West of this line the formations shal in the office with sejoyed and from which they realized 6:30. exercises were conducted by Rev. D. Burgin and Mr. and Mrs. Gipson. Owing to the meeting at Highland low rapidly and many of them come cured about $50 in money and made $5.25. Mrs. H. G. Skiles and Mrs. O. Gilbert, head Miss Laura Sandidge has gone to M. Walker. Supt. V. a clean getaway. Stamps and money ueo. btephenson managed the affair there will be no services at Neal's out to the surface before Estill coun of the State's educational work, gave enter school at Milelrsburg. Sunday afternoon. ty is reached. Beyond Messrs. Paris and Virgil Durham orders in the safe were not molested. and the srellers enjoyed defeat as Creek a most interesting talk on Character, Presbyterian church will observe and south of Cincinnati thata county is Several people heard the explosion much as success. Mrs. Maggie Fish large saying that the teacher teaches what have entered school at Berea. Rev. E. L. Ford has gone to Lex- but thought it was a gunshot. Chief won the prize, a huge box of fine Rally Day, on Sunday, Oct. 1. Mid- area where the Niagara and Trenton he or she really is and not what they pretend they are. He urged the ington where he will resume his of Police J. A. Thompson, who went candy. A most interesting addition week services on Wednesday eve- rocks reach the surface, and in this to the scene with his bloodhounds, to the spelling match were speech- ning at 7 o'clock. All invited. Let scope of country there is no probateachers to be consecrated in their studies at Transylvania. bility of finding oil. All the upper said he believed it was the work of es by several little grown-upwork; not to be jealous of another Mr. sands have "gone up in the air." yeggmen. A trail was struck which Thomas Lyne rendered in his very us meet promptly. teacher's success for jealousy is an WALTON GOES TO RICHMOND. Rally Day at the Presbyterian From Boyle, Washington, Lincoln His host of friends will regret to led to a spot not far from where the best style, "Counting Hiney's Geese" acknowledgement of superiority. robbery was committed and where which brought down the house. Mr. Church, Sunday, Oct. 1. Members of and Madison counties, the Trenton exknow that E. C. Walton this week At the close of his address he to be purchased the Richmond Register, a an automobile had evidently been Ed Gooch, our postmaster, spoke the Church are all urgedo'clock. pre- and Niagara dip below the surface plained the Kentucky School laws-Aft- er sent at the service at 11 again to the south, and here the upnoon, a musical program, weekly newspaper in the capital of left standing during the night. It is "Simple Simon," leaning forward to Sunday School at 9:30, C. E. meet- per sands are found. A good well ," Madison county, from Tom Pickels, the general belief that the robbers be prompted every line by Mr. Skiles consisting of a piano solo, "0 by Miss Frances Embry, a and will leave on Monday to take came-an- d and the piece was snoken as Iia ron. ing at 6:45, evening service at 7.30. is reported near Edmonton, Metcalf left in a car. At the Baptist church next Sun- county in this section; claiming a solo, "Love, Here is My Heart," charge of his new property. Both Idered at the age of five or six vocal NEW LINE TO DANVILLE. years. He received many cheers day, Oct. 1st, at 11 a. m., the pastor production anywhere from 10 to 40 by Miss Katherine Gregory, was he and his popular wife will be greatly missed from Stanford again. and the little folks simply squealed. will preach on "The Mission and barrels. It is purely a wildcat and if much appreciated. A new auto line service between paying proposition, will Supt. Gilbert then discussed the Stanford and Danville is announced "Stage Fright," by Mr. Skiles; "The Power of the Holy Spirit.' A spe- is proves a pool. open a new The curious feature Reading Circle and deem- PIE SUPPER AT SUGAR GROVE. today by the Stanford Service Sta- Bramble Bush," by Mr. J. Thomas Teachers' There will be a pie supper at the tion, and schedule and rates are giv- Cherry and a fine poem entitled cial invitation is cordially extend- of the location is that a line drawn ed it very important that teachers ed to all who are interested in the from Irvine in Estill county, to the should form these reading circles Sugar Grove School house Thursday en in an advertisement. The low "How Things Are Managed at ," by Rev. Reynolds, were study of this great New Testament Scottsville pool, passes to the well. and keep posted on their profession evening, October 5th, beginning at rate of $1.25 for the round trip is The pools are not regular. Dry greatly enjoyed. Little Willie Pet-tu- s, teaching. as do other provisional and busi- seven o'clock. The proceeds will be made. holes and small wells are found, but ness men. He urged that they strive used to purchase some supplies for our druggist was billed for a Services at the Christian church, speech and when his time came, he Sunday, Oct. 1st. Service begins at the producing wells appear to have in every way to be a blessing to hu- the school. The public is cordially WHITE OAK HONOR ROLL. good staying qualities. Reports have flew through the door like a manity. invited. Eighth Grade Josephine Gooch, while a lady ran to catch him meteor, 10 o'clock 45 minutes consumed in been received by Derrick which state D. M. Walter and Rev. P. L. Rev. by the service, the Allen Holtzclaw. coat but could not stop his flight or the teachingused in the rest of the that some of the wells show an inCARD OF THANKS. Bruce gave very interesting talks on two hours communion crease since Fifth Grade Elmer Buck, country church I desire to thank from the depths soothe his fright. Mr. T. J. Coburn, and preaching service. the relation of the Classes will able to pump the owners have been ther Rich, Craig Gooch. them steadily with the to the rural schools. of a grateful heart all who were a visitor at the Sanders Hotel, was be promoted in the grades and speThird Grade Nellie Buck, good to my wife in her recent illpresent, and entertained everyone cial address delivered on "The Re- advent of the pipe lines. Reading Circles Organize. los Lakes, Myrtle Garrison. That Kentucky holds great future with his marvelous In each of the four rural divisions ness and death. Cecil Manning. d sponsibility the Home in Religious in the county, a Reading Circle, has tricks. Altogether it was a most en- Education." of C. E. Meeting at 6:30. possibilities for the oil men, has been Forget Your Aches proven. This time it will be thoroughjoyable evening and both little ones Preaching at 7:15. been formed, for the purpose of the THIS IS THE LAST WEEK. ly tested, and then the overtow will Stiff knees, aching limbs, lame and managers are congratulated. teachers meeting together once each in which you can subscribe for the Men's Meeting. work into Tennessee, a State which month and discussing their work and Interior Journal at $1 a year. The back make life a burden. If you sufMiss Marietta King of Gum SulAt the Baptist church next Lord's to become more efficient. The fol- price goes up to one and all, to $1.50 fer from rheumatism, gout, lumbago, phur is the attractive guest of Mrs. Day, at 3:00 o'clock, we want a at present is not looked upon with any favor by the oil producers. lowing officers were elected in each next Monday. White paper upon neuralgia, get a bottle of Sloan's Daisy Hunt. meeting of the men of Stanford. The the district: which the I. J. is printed which used pain. Easy universal remedy for Prof. Hatfield, Miss Clara Collier, object of this meeting is to confer Pimpy, muddy complextions are to apply; it penetrates 1st. District Prof. W. C. Wilson, to cost $40 a ton, now costs $120, without rubbing and soothes the ten- Prof. Everett and wife, W. D. Edmis-to- n one with the other with the view to due to impurities in the blood. Clear President; Prof. W. R. Todd, and we use a ton a month. Figure der flesh. Cleaner and more effectand family, Dr. and Mrs. Jones, the betterment of our town and com- up the skin by taking Dr. King's New Miss Annie McKinney, it out yourself. Many have so far ive than mussy ointments or poulti- all motored to Frankfort Wednesday munity. Every man in town and vi- Life Pills. Their mild laxative qualiSecretary. neglected to send m renewals. Pav to attend the convention. cinity is cordially invited to be pres ties remove the poisons from strains or sprains, sysProf. U. G. Hatfield i Tin f OX nc tnnnv vonrc in uuvaiiLC cio ces. Forwrenched ligaments sore musw mm A(uiij . 2nd. District aaa Qimnnn n , , Mr. and Mrs. Sam Reynolds, who ent promptly at 3:00 p. m. at the tem and brighten the eye. the full, sr cles or resulting A uraD urcnara; rroi. nen-jyo- u wish this week, at the SI rate. from strenous exercise, Sloan's Lini- have visited Chicago, Newcastle and promptly at 3:00 p. m. At the free, ry Davis, Secretary, Stanford. Some have paid for as far as six ment gives quick relief. Keep it on Bedford, Ind., have returned to their morning hour, the pastor will preach in tht mnvnincr ia bowel movement V10 rf n 3rd. District Prof. W. P. Kobi- - years in advance. It will be $1.50 hand. for. emergencies. At vour Drug- home here. 2Tn,TiJ,e.issi2" nd Power of the dcsejrff Dr. King's New Life Pills the nette, President, Kings Mountain; a year next week. Do it now. 76-- 2 gist, 25a .Mrs. Sam Tilford, who has been Holy Spirit. M. D. Early, Pastor. I nisht'hefore. At your Druggist, W -- Prof. Smith, secretary. 4th District Prof. Walter Moser, President, Moreland; Miss Mary secretary, Hustonville. The institute closed Friday. It has been one of the most successful ever held in Lincoln county. Prof. W. C. Wilson has made a very able instructor and made the teachers in attendance feel that this was their institute. The final devotional exercises today were by Rev. W. D. Welburn. The musical program consisted of a vocal solo, "Little Grey Home in the West," by Miss Elizabeth Higgins, who has had charge of the music during the week. The remainder of the morning was taken up in distributing and explaining the school laws and school contracts by Supt. Singleton. The institute finally adjourned at Pea-vyhou- Ashby Warren Goes Up Stanford Boy Appointed Chief Law Agent for L. & N. A splendid and well deserved promotion was given Ashby M. Warren, of Stanford by the Louisville & Nashville Railroad Company this week Chief Law when he was named Agent. The position carires a handsome increase in salary and will necessitate Mr. Warren making his permanent headquarters in Louisville. Mr. Warren has been Claim Agent on this division for the L. & "N., for a number of years and this great system has never had a more faithful employe in its service. Mr. Warren is a member of the Stanford bar and in every way splendidly equipped for the higher position he is called upon to assume in the service of this great railroad system. He succeeds James J. Donahue, who becomes an GOV. BLACK AT CRAB ORCHARD J I se, J&l e j,- - h i.'h . - f, . s '...'Wfcjr-il - H .' . - tr -- !i " --. tJi '. U very sick for some time seems to be improving. Mrs. Lena Sharp and pretty baby of Paris, who have been visiting Mrs. LEASES BEING TAKEN IN ALL Anna Napier and other relatives SECTIONS OF COUNTY went home Sunday. Mrs. Sharp was formerly Miss Lena Napier, of this Pennsylvania Oil Paper Says Indicacity. tions Are Estill Fields Extends Mrs. M. E. Fish has been quite In This Direction. sick for some days with rheumtism. ,Mr. Arthur Stuart is able to be Land is being leased all over Linso OIL UNDER LINCOLN .Hutu Car-i-Mi- i Mrs. Manuel remains same. out again. about old-time- rs five-year-o- ld - four-year-o- ld -- e. e, Coast-to-Coa- st cor-nifero- us nitro-glyceri- n, s. Sanc-tissimo- 4 Killi-kinic- Lu-Ca- r- slight-of-han- Lin-imen- tt, Vice-Preside- nt; jv? non-gripi- ng iut 25c 11 The Interior Journal. Stanford, Kentucky: Friday, September 29, 1916. ( WOMAN'S CLUB PROGRAM FROM 1916-1- 7 YEAR BOOK SEPTEMBER 13th "Do the duty that lies nearest thee, which thou knowest to be a duty; the second duty will already become clearer. Carlysle. Affirmed that Preparedness is a greater factor for peace than war. Affirmative : Miss Burch, Mrs. Craig, Miss Lackey Mrs. Early, Mrs. Wilson, Miss Waller Music by Mozart Club Roll Call .What the World Is Doing JANUARY 18th Negative : Installation of New Officers Mrs. Severance Mrs. Wilson Address President's Report from State Federation Mrs. Carpenter Discuss the best things accomplished by the Club this past year Literature Miss Paxton. Civics Music Mrs. Shanks. Mrs. T. J. Hill. Foreword Concerning the Year's Work Mrs. Tribble. Roll Call An Encouraging Word for the New President Reception of New Members SEPTEMBER 27th "A play ought to be a just image of man Nature." Dryden. Hu- "A Woman's Kingdom lies about her feet, Yet reaches to earth's bounds in arc complete; Her scepter's sway establishes a goal, For human striving; gives to life a soul. Yet, not content, she cries with vibrant note, A Vote! A Vote! My Kingdom for a Vote." Lecture : Mrs. T. J. Smith, Richmond, Ky. JANUARY 24th English Drama from Its Beginning to the Time of Shakespeare Mrs. W. K. Warner, Leader What It Has Accomplished War Drama Reading from Shakespeare Miss Burch Portrait Painters of the 19th Century Miss Mary Walden Gooch " 'Tis the taught already that profits by teaching." Browning. Business Mrs. J. S. Rice Miss Linda Miller Report of Committees Miss Mary E. Sweeney Dean of Home Economics, State University, Lexington, Ky. FEBRUARY 14th Lecture : Does irourg bring joy to the breakfast table ? North East South "West women are solving the coffee problem. Armies have solved it. "An army travels on its stomach" and of the army breakfast, ask any soldier what he would miss most. Famous restaurants have solved it. They know that without the right coffee they would have failed. Is Music : Vocal, Miss Yeager; Inst., Miss Carpenter Roll Call Quotations from Shakespeare OCTOBER 11th "Such vast impressions did his sermons make; He always kept his flock awake." r commences with the first cup of poor coffee. "First, take hold; second, hold on; third, never let go." Roll Call Dr. Wolcot Suggestions for Improving the Club Room Mrs. S. M. Saufley OCTOBER ISth Business Report of Committees Woman's Work in Civics Celebrated American Ministers Miss Denny, Leader Noted Sacred Song Writers Mrs. Will Wearen Instrumental : Mrs. D. M. Walker, Mrs. Bohon Campbell Vocal. Miss Elizabeth Higgins Roll Call Your Favorite Hymn FEBRUARY There is a coffee which bring3 a million men to breakfast "in a hurry" a coffee that makes all these men eager to get to the breakfast table, slow to leave it. Your grocer has this coffee Today you can introduce it3 rich, full flavor in your home. Serve Arbuckles' for a week and notice how much more his breakfast means to him. Bring joy to your breakfast table. Ar-buckles'. One of the greatest American judges said that unhappiness in the home "Music is the Art of the prophets; the only Art that can calm the agitations cf the soul. It is one of the most magnificent and delightful presents God has given us." Luther. Miss Caroline T. Barbour Musical Vienna OCTOBER 25th 'Music 28th " "Cleanliness is next to Godliness.' Business Report of Committees Annual Election of Officers MARCH 14th Today there are whole towns where Arbuckles' is practically the only coffee used. In one State, alone, in a year, four pounds of Arbuckles' Coffee was used for every man, woman and child in the State four times as many pound3 of coffee as the population cf the Statel resembles poetry; in each are nameless graces, which no method teach, and which a master's hand alone can reach." Life and Works of Sidney Lanier Miss Anne McKinney, Leader Selection From Sydney Lanier Mrs. Tribble Marine and Landscape Painters "Authors, like coins, grow dear as they grow old." Pope. The Author Mrs. Tribble, Leader Three Minute Talk on (a) John Fox, Jr., Mrs. Kincaid (b) Cale Young Rice....Mrs. T. W. Jones (c) Meredith Nicholson....Mrs. A. C. Hill Sculpture of Animals of the 19th Century Mrs. Rice Music : Mrs. T. J. Hill, Miss Ballou Roll Call Kentuoky Authors MARCH 28th "Do f -.-: ,,,,, - .;- ;. .i -- .- - - HOCKER HARPER PROGRAMME Miniature and Figure Miss Warren Vocal Duo: Miss Higgins, Miss Carpenter Instrumental Miss McRoberts Roll Call Quotation from Favorite Author NOVEMBER 8th Miss K. L. Wood with your might whatsoever your Hands find to do." Business "God never imposes a duty without giving time to do it." Ruskin. Report of Committees Gardens for Agriculture and Nature Study Mrs. Shanks What, When and How to Plant? Mrs. Paxton NOVEMBER 22nd Roll Call Business Report of Committees How to Introduce Beauty in the Home Mrs. W. K. Warner Ideals in the Establishment of a Home Mrs. E. C. Walton Roll Call Local Needs APRIL 11th Progress: Man's distinctive work alone, not God's, and not the beasts." Browning The Adaptations of Architecture of Ancient Civilization to Present Day Needs Mrs. Severance, Leader Compare Architecture of East, West, North and South Mrs. Early Life Sketch of Rosa Bonheur Mrs. Weatherford Living American Painters Mrs. Noe Music: Instrumental Mrs. Walker Roll Call Noted Pictures "" "Progress, therefore is not an accident, but a necessity. It is a part of nature. Herbert Spencer. Vocal Quartette: Miss Yeager, Miss Higgins, Mrs. Carpenter, Mrs. Tribble. The Organ and Its Masters Mrs. T. J. Hill, Leader .... Friends and relatives here have received handsomely engraved invita- SUNDAY SCHOOL CONVENTION OF SOUTH KENTUCKY ASSOCIATION OF BAPTISTS, TO MEET WITH PILOT CHURCH (near tions to the wedding of Miss Lucy Hocker, daughter of R. W. Hocker, Eubank) ON TUESDAY, OCTOBER TENTH, 1916 of Kansas City, formerly of Lincoln county, and a niece of President J. Eld. W. G. Tilford S. Hocker, of the First National 9.30- - -- Devotional folBank. The invitations read as 9:50- - -- Organization and Business. lows. 10:15- - -- Sunday School Plant .Eld. W. L. Brock Mr. Richard Weaver Hocker 11:12- - --Place of Sunday School in the Commission Eld. Tilford invites you to be present 11:00- - -- Enlistment Milford Collins at the marriage of his daughter 11:20- - -- Evangelism Eld. E. W. Coakley Lucy - -- Doctrine to , 11:40C. D. Chick Mr. Harry Leroy Harper 12:00- - --Lunch. on Wednesday evening, October the 1:00- - -Eld. W. S. Brock Teacher Training eleventh, one thousand, nine hun1:30- - -- Duties of Superintendent J. M. Reynolds and E. C. Senroth dred and sixteen, at half 2.00- - --Duties of Parent T. S. Benson after eight o'clock 2:15- - -- Duties of Pastor. Eld. G. W. Owens forty-si- x Thirty-si- x Harrison Boule2:30- - -- How I Teach My Class Prof. Henry and Dr. Creech vard 2:45- - -- How to Hold the Big Boys and Girls J. M. Robinson Kansas City, Missouri 3:00- - -- Announcements and Adjournment. Will be at home after December Thirty-nin- e twenty-eight the first Rawlins Avenue Dallas, Texas. All schools are requested to send messengers and a small contribution to defray expenses. The Chairman of the District Mission Board also calls a meeting of the Board for that day. Let every member, come. sv-- Cartoonists of the Day '" Mrs. A. S. Price ,"," The Growth of American Art Mrs. J. F. Gover Life and Work of Luther Burbank ; r From Coast To Coast A Remarkable Chain of Home Testimony. And Stanford Adds Its Voice to the Grand Chorus of Local Praise. i Clothing, Shoes And Hats We've bought our Fall Goods early and saved a big advance. Our stock is larger Mrs. Eph. Woods Selection from J. W. Riley Miss Gertrude Wilkinson Roll Call Musical Celebrities DECEMBER 13th APRIL 25th "Beauty was lent to Nature as the type Of heaven's unspeakable and holy joy, Where all perfection makes the sum of bliss." Mrs. Hale Report of Committees The Best Method of Cleaning and Beautifying Our Town Mrs. Saufley on Business "If you get simple beauty and naught else, you get about the best thing God invents." Browning. Business Report of Committees Roll Call My Best Recipe What to Eat to Be Healthy Mrs. Severance, Leader What Foods are Needed for the Body and Why Planning Meals in Winter, or How I Give My Family a Balanced Ration the Miss Warren Year Round Club Discussion: "It is more economical to can vegetables at home in the summer or to buy them canned? JANUARY 10th Mrs. E. J. Brown Mrs. Sam Robinson Roll Call When to Plant Your and Public Sentiment a Necessity Favorite Tree MAY 9th "A little word, in kindness spoken A motion, or a tear Has often healed the heart that's broken, And made a friend sincere." Life of David Ries Miss Burch, Leader Reading by Irvin Cobb Miss Denny How Copies of Pictures are Made Mrs. Will Craig Music: Miss Ballou Vocal Quartette Roll Call Noted Aliens Anniversary Picnic June 30th Preparedness "Thrice is he armed that hath his quarrel just, but quarrels there yet will be, and no nation unarmed can enforce its quarrel, however just." T. V. Greene. From north to south, from east to west; In every city, every community; In every state in the Union Rings out the grateful praise for Doan's Kidney Pills. 40,000 representative people in every walk of life Publicly testify to quick relief and lasting results. And it's all for the benefit of fellow sufferers. In this grand chorus of local praise Stanford is well represented. n Stanford people Tell of personal experiences. Who can ask for better proof of merit? H. D. Aldridge, blacksmith,' E. Main St., Stanford, says: "I had pains through my back and the action of my kidneys was irregular. I didn't sleep well at night and when I heard about Doan's Kidney Pills, I used them. They soon strengthened my kidneys and stopped the pain." Price 50c, at all dealers. Don't simply ask for a kidney remedy get Doan's Kidney Pills the same that Mr. Aldridge had. Foster-Mil-buCo., Props., Buffalo, N. Y. 77-- 1 Well-knowrn than ever. "SALLY" WALKER SHOES Are .the best for Sunday and School. "WOOLLY BOY" Clothes for boys are better than ever. Once tried always satisfied. W. H. Cassoll, president of the Security Trust Company, of Lexington, died after two days' illness. HsJQmVhmUsIVbL3II ROBINSON'S The Interior Journal. Stanford, Kentucky: Friday, September 29, 1916. Copyright 1911 by Keeps Her Children In Perfect Health DR. CALDWELL'S SYRUP PEPSIN THE FAMILY LAXATIVE FOR MANY YEARS. Mrs. Aug. Doellefeld, of Carlyle, recently wrote to Dr. Caldwell, at Monticello, 111., that she had used Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin in her home for a number of years, and would not be without it, as with it she has been able to keep her four children in perfect health. Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin is a combination of simple laxative herbs with pepsin that acts on the bowels in an easy, natural way, and regulates the action of this most importHI., Singing At Highland Sunday School Classes Will Contest Sunday Newsy Notes. Highland, Sept. 29. There will be a singins: contest at Highland M. E. church Sunday. The following: classes are expected to be there: the Fairview class with Prof. Hodge as instructor; one class form Pulaski with Prof. Fred Thompson, instructor; Prof. Jonas Ware with another class from Pulaski and the Moriah class with Prof. Highland-M- t. The H. 0. Young as instructor. home classes will furnish dinner for the visitors, so everyone in the comd munity is requested to bring baskets. Everybody is cordially invited to be present. On Tuesday, Sept. 12, Mr. Claude Rogers and Miss Peachie Terry were joined in the holy bonds of matrimony by Rev. John Long at his home. When thjs young woman promised to care for this man in sickness, etc., no doubt she did not realize how soon she would be put to that test, which she is so faithfully fulfilling. Sad to relate, on the day after the wedding the doctor was called to see the groom and soon pronounced him to have a severe case of typhoid fever, which both the doctor and his many friends are fighting. It is sincerely hoped that he will make a change for the better. Sorghum making and corn cutting are the principal occupations of the dav. W. O. Young has a cane mill onC. M. Young's place and with Mr. John Hutchison, an experienced hand at the evaporator, is turning off some of the prettiest and best molasses that the writer ever tasted. Since our last vviting our female copulation has increased rapidly. Little daughters have arrived to bless the homes of Mr. and Mrs. Cap Butt, Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Young, Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Green and Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Rogers. The last named mother was formerly Miss Zora Baugh, a teacher in our county, so instead of assembling with the pedagogues in Stanford this week, is kept pound 2 busj caring for her 9 daughter, Margaret Grace. The M. E. Conference which met recently, pent the Rev. L. R. Godbey of Science Hill, to fill the pulpit Iipvp. Thftv also sent us a new dis superintendent, the Rev. W. W. trict Shepherd, who will reside at Our former pastor, the Rev. G. W. Wright, was sent to the Corbin circuit. Mr. Hoskins, who recently sold his farm to a Mr. Fortner, has moved below Hall's Gap. Mrs. Ruhame Young is holding her own very well. Mrs. C. M. Voung has been much worse for several days. "Sister" Cook is on the sick list. Miss Pearl Cook has been such a suffprfir with the nettles, that she was forced to give up her position and return to her Home, mucn to tne regret of her numerous friends. well-fille1-wn-mor- e. smokes into your system! You've heard many an earful about th PHnrp AiVur patented process that cuts out bite nri nnmVi anri smoke your fill without a comeback! Stake vnnr bant n v,o 11 uiuveb uui every nour or the dav. Prince Albert has always been sold without coupons or premiums. We prefer to give quality! There's sport smoking a pipe or rolling your own, but you know that you've got to have the right tobacco! We tell you Prince Albert will bang the doors wide iBasf open for you to come in on a good time the national joy smoke firing up every little so often, without a regret! You'll feel like vour smnkp nnct has been wasted and will be sorry you cannot back up for a fresh start. You swing on this say-s- o like it was a tip to a &&2$M thousand-dolla- r bill ! It's worth that in hanni- VKseSSuB ness and contentment to you, to every man wno knows what can be gotten out of a chummy jimmy pipe or a makin's m Slip a few Prince Albert K. J. Reynold Tobaoao C. ie Nearly all the sickness to which children are subject is traceable to bowel inaction, and a mild, dependable laxative, such as Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin should have a place in every family medicine chest. It is pleasant to the taste and children like it, and take it readily, while it is equally effective for adults. Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin is sold in drug stores everywhere for fifty cents a bottle. To avoid imitations ant function. and ineffective substitutes be sure you get Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin. See that a facsimile of Dr. Caldwell's signature and his portrait appear on the yellow carton in which the bottle is packed. A trial bottle, free of charge, can be obtained by writing to Dr. W. B. Caldwell, 455 Washington St., Monticello, Illinois. wA v ,1 H -- c2. V -- oW UIVV Splendid I Blue-Gras- Farm For Sale Privately. s I'M ;ii' W .rm rfcO -- V 4wgS? r r cigarette with Prince Albert for "packing"! J. REYNGLDS Wutlca-5a!- P. TC3ACC0 CO. M. C Th59 Is the reverse side of the tidy red tin y Vsj 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 oulbuilnings. Also two good tenant houses. 140 acres of the farm is in grass, 30 acres in corn, and the rmainder now being plowed for wheat. All of said farm is in a high state of cultivation; well water-sd- , splendidly fenced, located near Q. & C. Railroad, one mile from depot, 3 2 miles from Hustonville and 8 miles from Stanford, the county seat. This farm is one of the very best in Lincoln county, situated in the very heart of the Blue Grass district of Kentucky. Will sell at a bargain. should Any one wishing to buy a good stock-far- m ses this place before buying elsewhere. S.M. OWENS, McKinney, Ky. 1-- , juiya-iinis" That means that the United States Govern ment nas granted a patent on the process by which Prince Albert is made. Ard by which tongue bite and inroaz parcn are cut out! Every onitsreverseside. You'll ffy3'r' read "Process Patented : fj r. jf-- (P f Princ tidy icu uii, unu in fact, every Princa Albert package, has . i THE r.-Z- , where tobacco is fold you II find Prince Alcert awaiting you in toiiDy red bncs.Sc: tidv red tins. 10c: handsome pound and tin humidors and in that clever crystal-glass humidor, with sponge - moistener top. that keeps the tobacco in sucb fine condition olwaysl half-poun- d V3U mi Hustonville King Swope passed through here Saturday on his way home from Liberty, where he made a speech to a good crowd. ws ATv i We Will Save You Money on Re frigerators, Ice Cream Freezers, Coolers, Etc. ALSO LAWN MOWERS AND GARDEN TOOLS. tended church at Fairview Sunday. Miss Lila Lewis is at home again after a few weeks' stay in Stanford. Miss Myrtle Lewis is in Stanford this week. Miss Evelyn Baugh has gone to Danville, where she has accepted a position. Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Baugh, of Danville, visited relatives in this nnH "Tvs G. W. Younir at GEORGE H. FARRIS. I New Fall Ginghams. Large Assortment of Patterns For Children's School Dresses. community recently: Miss Jennie Young went to Cincinnati Sunday. Miss Serena Young is at home from Stanford during Institute week. Miss Fannie Young, also our teacher, Mr. C. U. Greer, are attending institute this week. Goebel Jones is at home again after spending a short time in Piqua, Ohio. Willie Young has returned from Cincinnati. Misses Serena, Lucile and Roberta Young attended the missionary meeting at Pleasant Point Tuesday and report a profitable day and especially a good dinner. It seems that the widowers and the widows can get married when the single ones can't. Mr. Reuben Melton, of this place was married Monday at Stanford to his first wife's sister, Mrs. Rosa Diggs, of Burn-side. Cotton-Eye- d Joe was in town Saturday with a basket of the finest paw-pawe have ever seen. Squire Ed Grubbs and Mason Popwell of Frye's Creek, were business guests of our town Friday. Howard Camnitz, wife and son, ind sister, Miss Edna Camnitz, of Danville, made a short visit here last week with friends and relatives. Joe E. Wright, the great breeder and dealer of fine Jacks and Jennets was here last week, accompanied by a couple of southern horse and mule buyers from North Carolina. Col. E. C. Hopper arrived home from Washington after a two weeks' visit to his daughter, Mrs. Gibbs, at Washington, D. C. S. G. McKinney sold to North Carolina parties a fancy combined pony for $75. Dunn Sandidge returned this week from Newcastle, Ind. He will leave shortly for Bowling Green to resume his studies at the business college, vis Saturday and Sunday. Mrs. Allie Wilson and children visited her father, Jim Hoskins Sunday. Rev. Baird filled his regular apMiss Sidney Hoskins has recently pointment at Beech Grove church returned from a visit to friends in last Sunday, and delivered an excel- London. lent sermon to large crowd. Mrs. Sowders is very low at this Mrs. Will Smith is quite sick at writing. Brack Ledford and sister, Cora, this writing. John McGmnis is also on the sick visited Miss Bertha Davis Sunday af- Beech Grove list. ternoon. which he was compelled to give up on account of sickness. Dan McCollum, of Junction City. was here Friday evening, looking rather pleasant, especially when any of the fair sex were in sight. Miss Sibley left for her home in Louisville Friday after a pleasant tives and friends, of which she made many, while here. Miss Jennie Smith returned Tuesday from a pleasant visit to friends in Tennessee. Mr. and Mrs. John Roberts, of Paint Lick, visited their niece, Mrs. J. S. Davis, last Saturday and Sun day. Those in attendance at the jolly party given by Miss Salena Royse on Saturday night were: Leonard Foster and Miss Ethel Smith, Theo. Cowan and Miss Bertha Davis, Frank Spangler and Miss Ella Rigsby. Misses Lucy and Joy Smith visited their sister, Mrs. Stevens last week. Mrs. Ellison and Mr. Mahan, of Williamsburg, are visiting their sister, Mrs. Nannie Smith. Mr. and Mrs. Stevens visited his mother, Mrs. Nannie Smith last Saturday and Sunday. Mr. J. R. Rigsby, wife and daughter visited at the hoihe of J. A. Da li"'llllljit'p Miss Ellie Hoskins visited Miss Cora Ledford last week. Mr. Herschel Spangler will leave next week for Berea, where he will enter college. GASOLINE PLANT IN WAYNE? Reed Carpenter, of Monticello, Wayne county, was in Lexington last week endeavoring to interest Lexington capital in a proposition to build a $15,000 manufacturing plant at Monticello, which is in the center of a rich oil and gas section. The pro- ducts have been manufactured there in small quantities for some time. He plans to have Lexington men take out $100 stock shares and to receive gasoline in return for their h r -'i- - ."i..uv4,..-....;,-:)i.Ar.'Li-i rcg"lT- " T iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiu iimttiiiiiiiiitiii - iMTLSTKl,.-r.f- , ira 1 - ""' igfr IK I Blood mssus Effect Health ""iw I i until visit here all summer among rela- ES -- )J MARK " MMW 'A .i i? A " ? I V f B Nice Farm At Auction On Monday, October 9lh, 1916 county court day, I will offer my farm for sale in front of the court house in Stanford. This place lies 4 2 miles south of Stanford, near Mason's Gap, and is in one mile of school. The farm contains 80 to 100 acres, 65 or 70 of which are in cultivation and 25 in pasture. Most of it is level. Has on it a house, barn 60x30. Place is watered by well and four springs. Good orchard. If not sold will be rented 1-- ISI v" 0 Wail Make Yoct Blood Pyre ffi$gg jvg sassaBasssBPHpariwtfogBeyi ira c w. E. PERKINS, Crab Orchard, Kentucky Miss May Johnson, of Cincinnati, who is threatened with appendicitis has come to her grandmother's in order to be treated by their family physician, Dr. Laswell, of Kings Mountain. She was accompanied by i mjjt VT&ii?' ici ...rc.i.a .t?. bccjjs csjjKua; .",. ATLANTA, OA. a -- .- - -l-- iMO- . ,. . .,..., '.rj w M Groceries, Field Seeds, &&, &c, T. D. Newiand & Son, Opposite the Phone No. 168. Court-Hous- e, her mother. Mr. Noah Terry, a regular caller at this "burg" has gone to Toledo, Ohio, and one of our most popular girls is rapidly pining away. The Farmer boys of Neal's Creek seem to be becoming attached to Highland and it seems that there is no objection to this fact by several of our young ladies. Hardin Young recently returned to Union College, Barbourville, Ky., where he will pursue his school work. ta He was accompanied by Miss Gilmore, who will also enter school there. The following boys are cutting corn in the blue grass: John Ballard, Granville Young, George Gour-leK. Ballard, Charley and Eubert Wa-neey, five-roo- m NICE, CLEAN, FRESH I on same day. A. L. Thompson, 75-t- d Stanford, Ky., R. D. No. 3. PUBLIC SALE Stanford, Kentucky. J. C. McCLARY J. L. Beazley & Co., As I have decided to go to a better climate, I will on SATURDAY, SEPT. 30, 1916 sell to the highest bidder my farm, containing 20 4 ceres. This farm i? located 5 miles, from Stanford and 4 miles from Lancaster, within 2 mile of Stanford Lancaster pike. Lewis. Farm is all in good grass, with Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Young came house in fine repair; all over Sunday to see their new grandoutbuildings; 26x40 new barn daughter at Eddie Young's. with fine cistern at house and barn; Misses Grace Young and Pearl new wire fencing all over the farm; Cook, were pleasant guests of Miss good new orchard, consisting of 120 Lila Lewis on Greasy Ridge, Tues- fruit trees; old orchard of 36 good day i jht. fruit trees; 3 good mares in foal to 3-1-nec-cessa- MEATS. 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 ry Undertaker Office Phone 167 - Embalmer Undertaker Home Phone 35 Embalmer STANFORD, KY. Phone 42, Stanford, Ky. Stop The First Cold "A cold does not get well of itself. The process of wearing out a cold wears you out, and your cough serious if neglected. Hacking coughs drain the energy and sap the itality. For 47 years the happy combination of soothing antiseptic balasms in Dr. King's New Discovery has healed coughs and relieved congestion. Young and old can testify to the effectiveness of Dr. King's New Discovery for coughs and colds. Buy a bottle today at your druggist be-com- fs jack, 50c. 5; 1 year-linextra good driving and saddle mare; 3 good suckling mules; 3 good heifers, one thoroughbred Aberdeen Angus; 1 jersey cow and calf; one yearling steer; 4 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 dav of sale. Sale begins prompelv at 10 o'clock, CAPT. A. M. BOURNE, Auctioneer DALE B. WITHERS 2 eight-years-ol- d, filly; 1 registered 1 gt Extra Choice Cured Meats, Hams, Bacon, Etc. Call and see us or Phone No. 271. :::::::: Sanitary Meat Market j ' Geo. T. Wood, Prop., Stanford, Ky. y The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky, Announcement was made at Democratic campaign headquarters Tuesday that Senator Beckham will open the campaign for President Wilson with an address at Calhoun, McLean county, on the afternoon of October 7. Pressure to secure the services of Senator Beckham has come to state headquarters from every part of the state, and it was finally decided to have him deliver his first address at Calhoun. At this meeting Mr. Beckham, will review the record of the administration, and his Wilson speech will be one of the most important of the campaign. William J. Brvan will speak in Kentucky twice on October 19. The places for the speakings have not been definitely fixed, as Mr. Bryan has speaking engagements in Pennsylvania on October 20. Friday, September 29, 1916. V Condensed Report Lincoln County Rational Bank Stanford, Ky., September 12th, 1916. New Fall Styles Hats For Young Men STYLES UP TO THE MINUTE Colors that will not leave you. Shapes that are becoming. Prices that will not frighten you. We want you to see them. We believe that you will say as we do that we have f T Resources: Loans, Stocks and Bonds Banking House Cash and Due from Banks $490,323.00 10,300.00 55,023.00 Ellison. The Enlistment Day at Pilot tist church was well attended. BapDin- Total $555,646.00 Liabilities: Capital, Surplus and Profits Circulation Deposits - $156,654.00 00,000.00 288.992.00 1 1 ner was served on the grounds. Bro. Roach, Baptist missionary to China, was one of the visitors. His address was of intense interest. He told of some of the things that are being done in the way of converting and educating the Chinese people. Bro. Walters, of Corbin gave a talk on, "Why Missionaries Are Sent To The Foreign Countries." Miss Wilson, of Bardstown was also with us. She had charge of the work of organizing a Woman's Missionary Union. The Union at Pilot was organized with thirteen members. The following officers were elected: President Mrs. J. M. Vice-President A Hat For Every Head and Face And a Shade and Shape for every fancy and taste imaginable. Black Brown, Tan, Green, Olive, Blue, Pearl and Cedar. The Young Man's Hat is a little fuller shape; a little wider brim, that snaps down gracefully, making a stylish effect. Full shapes for the older man. We carry always in light and dark colors from $1 to $4. Young men's styles $1.50 to $3.50. Bills Payable 0,000.00 ota $555,646.00 STATEMENr LINCOLN TRUST COMPANY Stanford, Ky., Sept. 12, 1916. RESOURCES: Bills, Expenses and Taxes Paid, In Bank, LIABILITIES: $23,136.87 167.98 3,235.49 $26,540.34 $25,000.00 1,468.S5 71.69 Miss ElRobinson, sie Singleton, Secretary and Treasurer. Miss Lois Hubble. Rev. E. W. Coakly is to be congratulated on the splendid work he is doing, as pastor of our church and also for the results he is gaining. Pilot Church is steadily growing and its influence is becoming greater in community. We consider ourselves fortunate indeed in being able to secure the sen ices of such a man as Rev. Coakly. The Baptist Sunday School Convention will meet at Pilot Church on October 10th. Everybody is cordially invited to come and bring a basket of dinner. Rev. Brock, Sunday School Secretary will be with us on that day. Miss Pearl Dye, of Cincinnati, was the week end guest of Mrs. G. W. Williams. Joey Ellison has returned home from Cincinnati, v here he has been working for some time. Mr. T. H. Gritton and wife, of Humphrev were the guests of their daughter, Mrs. J. M. Robinson, Sat- Capital Stock, Trust Funds, Interest, $26,540.34 whatever, The collection of such a sum from a country editor will un-b- e a more serious propo dbubtedly and Froit.ietoe sition for Judge Bethurum, if Simp- Stanford, Ky., son is like most of us country news matter. papermen. $1-5? The Interior Journal S. M. Savfley. Epitop. Entered ct the posteffine at second clats mail SUBSCRIPTION' KATES. issues a week, per year,- .Both Twip .1 week, for eicht months ..... Twice a week for fix month Twice a week for three months,... per year Once a week, cither issue, to all; Subscriptions are when time for which it is paid, is e 75c pa-sto- el !?l 40c up. for Democratic Ticket For President Woodrow Wilson. For Vice rrtstdrnt Thomas R Marshall. Harvey Htha. Tor Congrctanan Political Announcements to keep him in power. Dr. Crowe said that while he had accepted the Prohibition nomination for congress, The Interior Journal is authorized to announce the following candidates for oflice sub- he felt that the very life of the counject to the Democratic primary the first Sat- try is now at stake and that it would urday in Aupust, 1917. (Announcement fee be a mistake for him to ask any man for each county oflice is $iu; tor aisinci S.15: for citv or raacisterial office $5. Xo to vote for him when such a vote announcement will be made until fee is paid might possibly result in the defeat in aavance.; , t of President Wilson. r. of the nation calls of President Wood-roWilson and this is becoming more and more evident to and appreciated by everyone who is not sway ed by a mere partisan prejudice. Rev. C. R. Crowe, pastor of the Methodist church at Brandenburg, Meade county, and the nominee of the Prohibition party for congress in the Fourth district, in a speech at his home town Monday night called on his supporters to vote for the Democratic ticket in November, saying that the action of President Wilson in keeping this country at peace while practically the entire old world is at war is in itself sufficient reason why the voters of the Unted States should vote The welfare w house, large barn; never-failin- g cistern and pond; wheat, hemp; corn and pasture land; privilege of sewing wheat. One mile from Stanford court house, on Danville pike; one half mile from graded school. Possession given Jan. 1st. 1917. FOR RENT. House, barn, poultry yard, orchard urday and Sunday. large garden on Lancaster St., Granville Williams is able to be out and centrally located. See L. M. Good again after a severe attack of typhoid Knight. fever. LOT FOR SALE. Mr. I. C. Singleton has been indisMost desirable in Stanford, on posed for several days. Lancaster St., centrally located, see Mr. G. Calhoun and family, of L. M. Good Knight. North Carolina are 'staying with Mr. FOR SALE CHEAP. Arthur Cornett for a few days. Mr. Buggy, davenport, leather couch, Calhoun has purchased a farm on the Stanford pike near Green Briar. Several farms in this vicinity have recently changed hands. The buyers come chiefly from the mountains of Eastern Tennessee and Eastern Kentucky and North Carolina. Dee Elliot, of Mt. Olive was a. recent visitor here. Several fields of buck wheat were bitten by the frosts that came late W , last week. Mrs. Mary Boggs is rapidly recovering from an attack of typhoid fever and pneumonia. Little Ansel Spaw is on the road to recovery from simi-liar FOR RENT FOR 1917 Good Knight Farm, 100 acres, range, encyclopedia, law books, parlor lamp. See L. M. Good Knight. BILL'S CAR. Bill Reynolds bought himself a nice big seven passenger touring car and he and the missus started out "we ain't going twelve miles an hour un yet; we can't be, my teeth ain't to rattle." Ex. be-jg- How's Tills? y-- for a ride. After they had been going for a while, Mrs. Reynolds happened to glance down at the speedometer and saw that it was registering near the sixty mile notch. "Don't you think sixty miles a pretty fast clip for a new driver, William?" she asked. "Hell," said Bill, who had been used to riding in Bob Kelly's 4d, for any We offer One ITtinilrctl Dollars case of Catrrh that cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. V. 3. CHENEY & CO., Toledo. O. F. J. We, the undersigned. Lave known Cheney for the last ifi and believe bin S transactions perfectly honorable ii. M" bniui-!and financially able to carry out any obligations by his firm. tnade NAT. BANK OF COMMERCE. Toledo. Ohio. Hall's Catarrh Cnre Is trim internally, actlnjr directly upon the biood ai.d inncons surfaces C free. Price "5 the system. Testimonial cents per bottle. Sold by all lruc;ist5. Take Hall's Family ri3s for constipation. fat I Ss R w-- Sf I W a memoer ot tne young ioiks Monday night with a social. Logan btephenson is very much interested in politics this year, but we are sorry to say thatvhe is on the wrong side of the fence. V. J. Dickerson, of Atlanta, Geo., was in our neighborhood last week. Chicago this week since the War, going to $9.10 a barrel. diseases. Mr. and Mrs. Pat Day entertained Flour reached its highest price at Civil HERE'STHEHOG v bill m&im FOR SHERIFF J. H. LIVINGSTON. P1Klrvs Judge B. J. Bethurum, of Somerset, was awarded $15,000 damages against J. W. Simpson, editor of the Monticello Outlook, last week for a libelous article about the judge published by Simpson last February. The Somerset News says that Simpson confessed to the charge, so that the Judge must have had the "dead-wooon him as the old saying is. We have not the pleasure of Simpson's acquaintance but do know that there is not a fairer, squarer man anywhere than Judge Bethurum. Just what Simpson said about him has escaped our memory but it must have been a case in which there were no mitigating circumstances d" Senator Ollie M. James brought cheering news to Kentucky Democracy from the east when he came home this week. He says that all indications are that the opposition to BOURBON REMEDY CO.. President Wilson has gone to pieces Lexington, Ky. and that the thinking people of the Enclosed find photo of hog: that was cored o nation are rallying to the standard cholera with your Bourbon Hcz Cholera RemThis hog of the president by many thousands. edy.medicine, was almost dead before using and then was entirely Dr. A. M. Peter has been tempo- the loss of ears. tail. etc. The hog is cured, except by rarily appointed head of the State Mr. Skiles Ewlng, of Bowline Green, owned He Ky. give be Experiment Station until Dr. Kas-tle- 's will get clad tc moreyou a testimonial, and we can if you want them. several successor is chosen. JENKINS-SUBLETT This Is the New McDougall Kitchen Cabinet You Have Heard DRUG CO Bowline Green, Ky. National Bank Examiner John B. Aek Your Druggist for It. Chenault, of Richmond, was in StanSold By ford this week, looking over the THE PENNY DRUG STORE books of the local financial institutions, both of which he found in ex- E. R. Coleman, Prop. Stanford, Ky, cellent condition, as their recent reports to the Comptroller of the CurLATEST WAR NEWS. rency at Washington, amply An unofficial dispatch from Athens gives the text of the proclamation of a provisional Government in Crete by former Premier Venizelos and Admiral Coungouriotis, which declares that if the King should decide not to take the lead of the national Nothing ia more distressing to the sufferer andhisf rienda. Chronics forces "it is our duty to do the need catarrh ia systemic thatis, it is present throughout the body. thouch ful thing to save the country from may manifest itself in a local ulceration. it m uniy a constitutional treatment will ovareomn nvntomii. ! the threatening ruin." Local treatments sometimes help the acute manifestations, but they The Russians are attempting to cannot overcome the systemic disdorer. advance between Lutsk and Vladimir Volynski, but are being met with PERUNA Helped Thousands vigorous Teuton counter attacks. a foe to catarrh. The voluntary testimony of thousands esItis Heavy casualties wer inflicted on the tablishes that. Pcruna benefits in a numberof ways. Perunabuilds up the.digestion, restores the strength, and helps put the system in Russians, says Berlin. The Russian condition. War Office says 420,000 prisoners . Peruna has special value in catarrh: It have been taken since Brussiloff's ofgives vitality to the Bystem, restores tone to the membranes and enables these to perfensive began. form their functions. In many cases its British forces have captured the Km miatr.casBvcsm.wuMMi benefits begin at once, and it rarely fails K3I lllv I when treatment is continued properly. KJfUr 111 fetttOMUMkNicaMMa greater part of a German redoubt The Peruna Medical Department willbe north of Thiepval, taking nearly 600 giaa to assist you to overcome this disease. prisoners, according to the British ineaoctora liv 'ssssnTSmSStuSsr I treatment. aavice is iree. Doa't delay I official statement. On the resk 6f 'the front positions previously xr$nt THE PERUNA CO, vnusuu, v "' . were consolidated. much about m S Chronic Catarrh is Curable Has The only practical disappearing front, or doorless cupboard kitchen cabinet the National Kitchen Necessity the favorite of the American wife not merely because it improves the appearance and attractiveness of the kitchen, but because it saves the enery, strength and health of every woman who owns it. . :::::: ex-aminati- The ladies are cordially invited L come in and make a careful of this great labor saver for the housewife. on Pence & Hill, Stanford The Interior Journal. Stanford, Kentucky: Friday, September 29, Condensed Statement ot The Report of 1916. Healthy Herhood Mezrts i her irstNationa IBank Of Stanford, Ky., A Healthy Baby. celebrated negro doctor for cancer. I. T. Moser has traded his home store-hous- e at Moreland to J. D. j and Henson, of the same section, for his luu-acr- e farm. Mr. Moser gave Mr. Henson a little boot. The former will continue to sell goods in the storeI A Distinctive Reason What ority of Royal Baking Powder? There are several good reasons, but there is one which distinguishes Royal from other baking powders. This reason, which every woman should know, is that Royal Baking Powder is made from cream of tartar, which comes from grapes. This means a healthful fruit origin. It means natural food as distinguished from mineral substitutes used in other baking powders. There is no alum nor phosphate in Royal Baking Powder. is the chief reason for the superi- room. Made to the Controller on Sept. 12, 1916. RESOURCES Loans, Stocks and Bonds $264,543.60 f U. S. Bonds 50,000.00 Banking House 6,798.50 ,.., Cash and Due from Banks 34,479.01 lllj omwoeol lAVahsHe The foundation of a perfect baby is its mother's health during the months preceding the expectancy, of and nothing can take, Friend" in assuring her of pleasant and comfortable conditions, and assisting nature in its work during Friend" has helped thousands through this trying ordeal in perfect safety. "Mother's Friend" is an external remedy easily applied. Get it at any druggist. A free book on Motherhood will be sent all expectant mothers, it is a valuable and interesting book you should have. Send for one. Address The Bradfield Regulator Co., 212 place "Mother's this period. "Mother's Total LIABILITIES $355,821.1 1 Capital Stock Surplus Fund Undivided Profits Circulation Deposits Bills Payable $ 50,000.00 28,500.00 2,905. 1 1 1 car l"fmantl neuters. 3 50,000.00 2 9,4 5.98 Lamar BIdg., Atlanta, Ga. M. J. Hoffman, of Whitley, was here Wednesday. He had been up to his farm near Moreland to see about the building of a barn on the site of the one that was struck by lightning and burned some months ago, but the lumber was not ready. Mr. Hoffman says that things look good for President Wilson in his county and that he believes that the republican majority will be materially cut down in November. Mrs. Lula McAninch, wife of R. H. McAninch, of Middleburg, sold at the State Fair at Louisville recentlv a knit counterpane to the daughter of Gov. Hogue of Texas, who wanted it j tor a souvenir of Kentucky. She paid Mrs. McAninch $30 for it and it was a beauty. Mrs. McAninch is very skilful with fancy work of this kind and her exhibits always attract a lot of favorable comment. Last year she took a premium on a quilt and refused $25 for it. 5,000.00 $355,821.1 Mrs. E. C. Jordan is visiting 1 Heard About Town Several auto loads of ladies of the Baptist church went to Perryville Thursday to attend a meeting of the Woman's Missionary Society of the Association. John Ball, of J. C. McClary's undertaking establishment, was called to Somerset Wednesday to embalm the body of Mrs. Davenport, of Harrodsburg. Mrs. Davenport had been Total HAVE YOU WEAK LUNGS? THIS IS THE LAST WEEK, in which you can subscribe for the Interior Journal at SI a vear. The price goes up to one and all, to $1.50 next Monday. White paper upon which the I. J. is printed which used to cost S40 a ton r,nw UVww Si 90. r VJ- V, ,. w, V..J na we use a ton a month. Figure - ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO. New York ! here Thursday. iuiss iuary cyra uivens returned ;to her home in Middlesboro Thurs- -' Personal and Social day after a visit to relatives here. i.' Hon. L. Merriwether Smith, of The Mother' Club will meet next Harrodsburg, was a visitor in afternoon at 2:30 o'clock ford a short while Thursday, with Mrs. J. C. Bailey. JIlss Mary D. Carter leaves Mon- The D. A. R will meet with Miss da to resume her kj Susan Fisher Woods Saturday after- - and D. school at Jacksonville,th111. D noon at 2:30 o'clock. i . John B. Rout continues auite WlIJ meewith Mrs: ill at his home on West Main street PeRvk.CIui t afternoon at aml - u 0m.MrlnnUv,7 hftm;nW n.ujii.i.i ,v 0w 2 o'clock. Mrs. W. W Hays has been confin Miss Ethel Wilson, of the East ed to her bed with illness several days this week. End, is in the city shopping today. Mrs. Ben F. Jennings and little Will T. Stone went up to London Wednesday to buy a bill of lumber. 'daughter, Mary Margaret, are visit ing relatives in JJanviIle. i& with Lancas3Ir.Jellie-Ballo-u Tom Phillips, was in Cincinnati ter friends for several days. this week buyng new fall and winMiss Jennie Duncan, of Lancaster, has been with her sister, Mrs. Char- ter goods for the hustling firm of Phillips & Phillips. lotte Warren, who continues ill. Misses Mattie McClary and Etta Mrs. J. T. Embry and youngest leave son, Harvey, went to Louisville Wed- Muellerresume Saturday for Pittsburg Pa., to their work on the nesday afternoon for a short visit. ulty of the School for the Deaf facthere. A. R?esinger and daughter, Mrs. J. N. Menefee, Jr., was in Wayne Miss Mable, of Louisville, are the county on legal business several days guests of Mrs. J. H. Hill. Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Jeffries, of Col- this week. Miss Etta Mueller leaves Saturday umbia, were guests this week of Mr. morning for Wilkinsburg, Pa., to reand Mrs. B. D. Carter. H. C. Carpenter and Miss Marga- sume her duties as teacher in the ret Hamilton Payre, of Boston, at- School for the Deaf there. Mrs. W. E. Rice has returned to tended the opening dance of the C. her home at Jackson. Tenn., after a U. boys at Danville last week. A. G. Spoonamore has returned visit to her mother. Mrs. S. E. Owsfrom Hot Springs, Arkansas, where ley and other relatives here. Mrs. W. L. McCarty has returned he spent some time at the same time from Lexington, where she has been that Albert Phillips, was there. Miss Mary Bailey went to Mt. Ver- ill in a hospital for several weeks. non Wednesday to join a house par- She is greatly improved, her many ty at the home of Miss Martha friends will be glad to know. Dave Thomas has about conquerSparks. Mrs. P. W. Garter and Miss Mary ed his fever, and it is but simply a Carter have returned after a pleas- matter of regaining his strength. Dr. ant visit to Mrs. Claude Walton and J. B. Perkins, another typhoid fever Mrs. Sam Phelps in Madison county. victim, is also slowlv improving. Mrs. R. C. Saufley and two little Mrs. S. E. Owsley and Mrs. J. B. Jones are moving to the Johnson sons, of Phoenix. Arizona, visited cottage on East Main stret, which relatives a week in Harrodsburg and Danville. They left Friday for they have just rented. their home in the West. Mrs. Prewitt and daughter, and Miss Margaret Payne, of Boston, re- GIRL turned home late last week after a" i pleasant visit to Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Tate and family. J. who has a NOT WORK good D. Holderman,Milton, nowTrimble position at county, has joined his wife and Kow She Was Relieved from daughters, who are visiting relatives Bcott & Bowne, Bloomfield, N. Do colds settle on your chest or in your bronchial tubes? Do coughs hang on, or are you subject to throat troubles? Such troubles should have immediate treatment with the strengthening powers of Scott's Emulsion to guard against consumption which so easily follows. Scott's Emulsion contains pure cod liver oil which peculiarly strengthens the res- piratory tract and improves the quality of the blood; the glycerine in it soothes and an Robert Walter, of Lancaster, heals the tender membranes of the throat, were here with friends Wednesday. Dr. Clem Spalding, of Louisville, Scott's is prescribed by the best special- Ists. You can get it at any drug store. visited Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Newland fc up for as many years in advance as at Burnside. you wish this week, al the $1 rate. Tr:,- vr v ii i. r Some have paid for as far as six years in advance. It will be $1.50 a Xff to i fnends at Crab Orchard, Miss Blanch Barnett, of Huston- - at Somerset under treatment of the a year next week. Do it now. 76-- 2 vHe, was with friends here Thursday, Mrs. Wallace Walter is visiting relatives in Somerset, , Misg A, ha Fqw1 t() p. h mond Wednesday to vis5t friends. , , Ba, f1' ' of nccctJd tolend in.inaS.ls; Pay Mutul Weekly, No. 73. Monday "The Patriot and the Tonight The Girl and the Game, Spy," featuring 11-'- .'Th': " and James Cruise. Marguerite Snow perstitious Mine." A Cub comedy. Tuesday (Paramount) "He Fell orGood music tonight by In Love With His Wife," with Flor- chestra. Saturdayd "Jack," a Western ence Rockwell. picture. "National Nuts," comedy. Coburn is coming. OPERA HOUSE PROGRAM S!"?. five-pie- ce J. i i Stan-Mond- ay the live, new models of the season now displayed for your selection. For your "next pair" let us fit you in a Florsheim, Eclipse or W. L. Douglas Shoe. The styles are clever and COMFORT is a feature from the first to the last day's wear, and you get the service of men who know the shoe business they'll fit you right. Styles of the times 0j f -- .-- -- - -- 'If Heavy Work Shoes All Colors $2.00 to $5.00 Ak ySl ' ; Oating Bal. Tan, Black or Pcari, $2.00 to $3.50 t V o jSJsSC' ' v- V x . js?ia" THE GLIDE .XZShua&u SSli 000L0 I A feta,'.' 1 We carry this style in all sizes and widths so that we can fit you accurately Tan or Black, Lace or Button Tan or Black, Typical English Last J Pain by Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. Taunton, Maes." I hsd in both sides and when my reriw "s came I had pa-Inn II i IIIBWIijij; One day a woman came to our house frtl-J-L- . ier a long time. and asked my mother why I was suffering. Mother 22 Russell Ctreet, Taunton, Mass. Thocsrab cf girls suffer in silence every montli rather than consult a physician. If girls who are troubled with painful or irregular periods, backache, headache, dragging-dow- n sensations, fainting spells or indigestion would take Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, a safe and pure remedy made from roots and herbs, much suffering might be avoided. Write to Lydia E. Pinkham Medicine Co., Lynn, Mass. (confidential) for frea " Pinkham's Vegetable Compound? ' My mother bought it and the next month I was bo well that I worked all the month without staying at home a day. I am in good health now and ha"o told lots of girls about it." Hiss CLAi-..IJoiun, tcld her that I suffered every month and she said, 'Why don't you buy a bottle of Lvdia E. In a party of prominent people of Brodhead, who composed a motor party here Sunday afternoon were Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Albright, Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Hamm, Col. and Mrs. John Robins, Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Hiatt, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Tate. Mrs. W. K. Warner leaves Saturday morning for Pittsburg, Pa., to spena a iew weeks with her son, Joe H. Warner, who is making rapfd strides in the electrical world. Young Warner has been promoted several times lately and promises to be an Edison, Jr. Millinery at Crab Orchard. The ladies are cordially invited to lawn. About twenty were present and many delightful games were played on the in Lincoln. Mrs. J. T. Menefee spent a day or so early in the week with Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Menefee en route from Knoxville to Cleveland, O., where she and Mr. Menefee will make their home in the future. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Osborne went to Konxville, Tenn., for a short stay at their home there. Mrs. Osborne's mother, Mrs. Charlotte Warren continues quite low and Mrs. Osborne will return shortly. Miss Virginia Lawrence entertained at a porch party Wednesday afternoon, in honor of her guests, Misses Katharine Brady and Gladys Arnold. .ASfnyVk V I -- ?. Sty5M ft. : '' SX $2.00 TO $500 COME TO US FOR YOUR NEXT PAIR visit my Millinery parlors and inspect the new Fall and Winter styles. They are beautful this sea- - '! vrcnara. " '11 A7JEJS?E. ! ,rau -7Y-J- f rf iwp- - rhiihps imps Biggest Store Stanford's - S Hie Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky Friday, September 29, 191 6. Serious Blood Poisoning Set In When Everett Carson Injured Thumb West End Items. Hustonville, Sept. 29. Dr. J. R. Cowan, of Danville, was hurriedly called Wednesday morning to see Everett Carson, who was suffering intensely with his left thumb. The member, at first seemed to be slightly bruised, but blood poisoning Drs. Cowan and Childeveloped. dress lanced the member on four sides and Mr. Carson's pain was relieved considerably Sam Hale, formerly of Pulaski, but now of Indiana, is here among rplyitivps -- -- ;- JSNVSSvNJSNX(ii'TiMMSttMiWyTr if '!! izttSGa&yrrKtr-Sr i"""TH Children Cry for Fletcher's sxssKcss jjlWn iytli smfj IWMBrliiifciBMMlliiBpJ I B - iM- - T fllttGJ?J Bl& ,78E3 vS PffirJSi- V - Tie Kind You Have Always Bought, and which has "been use in per--1--Just-as-good THE HUB PUSHIN BROTHERS' J9 Progressive Store Danville, Kentucky We wish to announce the arrival en every express fromNew York, th? new FALL SUITS, COATS, SERGE and SILK DRESSES, WAISTS and SKIRTS. Come in, inspect and try on the season's newest and most beautiful garments. The styles are most becoming. The materials, pure wool, and colors guaranteed fast. Our prices are most styles, practical and reasonable. good looking suits at Up-to-the-minute Powell' & Depp, of the West End, sold to George Cunningham, of Danville, a couple of milk cows and calves for $125 and a pair of horse mules for $300. Mr. Ben Woods, of Lexington, was the guest of his daughter, Mrs. S. S. Robinson recently. School closed this week for the institute at Stanford which all the local teachers are attending. During the short vacation, the School Trustees are having the floors oiled and the roof painted. School will be resumed next Monday. M. J. Hoffman, of Williamsburg, is here arranging for the erection of a new barn on the site where his old one was struck by lightning and burned last summer. Joe Will Rout has the farm leased for this year. three-year-old for over 30 years, has homo the signature of Zand has been made under his S7i sonal supervision since its infancy. V, Allow no one to deceive you in this. All Counterfeits, Imitations and " " are that trifle with and endanger the health o Infants and Children Experience against Experiment.but-Experiment- s - goric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other substance. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys "Worms and allays Foverislmess. For more than thirty years it has been in constant use for the relief of Constipation, Flatulency, Wind Colic, all Tceth'ng Troubles and Diarrhoea. It regulates the Stomach and Iiowclo, assimilates the Food, giving healthy ana natural fciceo. Tho Children's Panacea The ilotiicr's rriexid. What is CASTOR1A Castoria is a harmless Castor substitute for Oil, Pare- GENUINE CASTORIA - ALWAYS f y Well, was here Wednesday morning on business. Mrs. Sophia Carpenter has taken rooms at the Hotel Weatherford for Anderson Nunnelley, of Peyton's & 4 the winter. &TU&&fr T raj vZjv v mjvw" R-- (Bers the Signature of JT Cf 0f1&&t: A ta & Jv f jy & fjT'J' . Dallas Rule, of Liberty, passed through here Tuesday evening with a string of about half a dozen new Ford cars bound for Liberty where all-da- The EM You Have Always Bouguf In Use For Over iT r COMPANY NEW he had them soid. John S. Murphy, of Stringtown, v was an visitor here Tuesday. Dr. J. T. Bohon, of the Heights, was here Wednesday and reports his Fred Jeffers, as greatly improved. His condition for a while was quite alarming to his friends. County Road Engineer McKee Riffe was here Tutsday looking over road conditions in this end of the county. Eugene Dunn filled C. M. Back's silo early this week. A. J. Aiia:t:s has been motoring to Stanford tl.it week with the local teachers who are f.tlending the inson-in-la- w, 30 von Years CS S3LS3?3 rj VI! Ir. la IP? I 2. $15.00, $17.50, $19.50, $25.00 and up. Splendid Values in Women's and Misses' Newest Fall and Winter Sport and Long Coats at $3.98, $5.00, $6.50, $10.00, $15.00 and up. Fashionable Serge and Silk Dresses at stitute tin ie Chief of Police Sidney Brown and family went to Clemonsville, Casey county, Saturday and spent Sunday with James Ross and family. They attended services at the Catholic church while there. J. B. Honaker motored to Danville Tuesday on business. Sam May ard wife, on the ForY, motored here Tuesday with a son of Dr. Murphy, and did some shopping. Mrs. Jessie Baker, of Cincinnati, :s here on a visit to her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Girdler. Mrs. James H. Woods and children of Stanford, were up Tuesday to see her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E.'McCor-mac- k. : Ford Touring Car F. O. B. DETROIT $360 Ford Runabout F. O. B. DETROIT I! $6.50, $9.50, $12.50, $15.00, $19.50 and up. The season's Newest Silk Waists, of fetas and Novelties, Etc., at crepe-de-chin- e, Georgette Taf- $1.98, $2.98, $3.98, $5.00 and $6.50. New Satin, Serge and Wool Poplin Skirts at $3.75, $5.00 and $6.50. Newest Millinery, Trimmed and Pattern Hats Mere words and cold print could not begin to describe the beauty and style of our showing of Milady's New Fall Hats, Hundreds of the season's most beautiful creations, the product of the world's foremost designers are embodied in our collection. Since our Opening display of last week, we have received several shipments of new styles direct from New York; among which are the rich lustrous Lion's Velvet Sailors, Continental and Tricon shapes, fancy front turn shapes, fashionable tarns; and draped turbans, in Black, New Blue, Plum, Burgundy, Navy and Browns, also a large showing of Misses' and Children's HATS in new Velours, Satin finished Felts and Velvets. Our prices are most reasonable. Wonderfully stylish, and good quality hats at good-lookin- g fishing Wednesday. Capt. John Ellis and daughter, of Stanford, came up Wednesday for a week's visit to relatives and friends here and on the F-- k. - An auto line has been established between Lebanon, Bradfordsville, Hustonville and Moreland. It will leave Moreland every morning and make the round trip at $3 with a less fare for shorter distances. Dr. Murphy, of Powers' Store, purchased of L. F. Steele a Ford, touring car for $380. Harry Williams and father of the Butchertown section, were in town a few evenings ago. Harry has late ly returned from Illinois and says the hills fo Butchertown look better to him than the Illinois prairies. Vegetation at Moreland is still growing and has not been molested by frost up to present writing. Happy John Dye, of New Salem, was here last week visiting his daughter. Fresh eggs were selling at 28c a dozen here Tuesday. It is earnestly requested by the official board of the Christian church that every member of the church be present at next Sunday morning's service, as matters of much importance are to be acted upon then. Mrs. Harry D. Frye and Miss Lutes, of Stanford, were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Frye Monday night. Virgil Campbell, of the Peyton's Well section, bought of M. S. Baugh-maof Stanford, an extra Poland China boar, for $20. Cecil Dye and wife, of Oakland City, Ind., are here on a visit to Happy John Dye, Mrs. Gilmore Burton and other relatives. W. D. Stagg, Jr., bought of Jas. H. Wright, of High Bluff, a fancy Jersey milk cow for $65. She is a beauty. Steele & Burton sold a 1917. car this week to Robert Ford, for $380. John J. Allen returned Wednesday from Huntsville, Tenn., where he has been on business with Judge James H. Baker. Mrs. J. A. Brooks and little daughter, Anna Louise, of Nicholasville, are guests of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Will Rout. Mrs. Joe Will Rout, Mrs. Brooks and daughter were guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Stephenson near Stanford a few days last woel. Messrs. Will, John, Crit and Horace Riffe went to High Bridge, Lu-cinda $345 H C. ANDERSON, Stanford Storage FORD AGENT FOR LINCOLN COUNTY Repairing Tire Accessories Phone 203 KUzes9a? Make Your Crops Bigger The best way is to put on the right kind of Fertilizer. We have just received a couple s of of the car-loadwell-know- n n, Swift and Armour Brands of Fertilizer And can sell it to you right. E. T. PENCE. Baughman's No. 1 Patent Flour Is Everlastingly Good On Sale At All Grocery Stores Every Sack Guaranteed $3.50, $5.00, $6.50, $7.50, and $10.00. Misses' and Children's HATS at 98c, $1.50, $1.98, up to $3.50. Come in and try on some of these hats. the style, quality and moderate price. You'll be delighted with of Stanford, were here Wednesday, guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Frye. Miss Mollie Austin is in Indianapo-H- s visiting her nephew, Roy Austn, and her brother, Riffe Austin. The Tennessee Supreme court held unconstitutional the locker law, which prohibits the maintenance of lockers for bars or buffets in clubs in Tennessee. day, morning, as considerably better. Mrs. Peter Carter and daughter, Fred Jeffers is reported this, Thurs- J, H. BAUGHMAN & COMPANY STANFORD, KENTUCKY r The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky: Friday, September 29, 1916. Was A Complete Nervous Wreck, Mrs. J. E. Kuhn, Lone Ridge, Kentucky, Is Now Very Happy crop "I had a nervous breakdown. I tion. His chances for a goodunculand indigestion would be small if he sowed in had sick headaches until I took that great nerve tonic tivated ground. And so it it with a person. No called Tanlac," said Mrs. J. E. Kuhn, Lone Ridge, Kentucky. matter how much food is eaten, if "My, but I was extremely nervous. it is not properly digested it will not Prohibition In Kansas SAVES DAUGHTER Pre-Tent- Described by Gov. Hodges at W. C. T. U. Convention. Advict of Mother do Doubt Mrs. Adelia Woods and Mrs. J. F. Daughter's Untimely End. Gover, of the Stanford chapter of s The pains in my head were severe and the gas which formed on my stomach after eating was greatly distressing. "Tanlac has been the means of strengthening my entire system. It gave me relief from headaches and indigestion. It certainly is a strength builder." Kentucky has thousands of people who endorse this wonderful remedy because it gave them strength. Strength is taken from the food that is eaten. A farmer does not plant seed in uncultivated ground. lie first plows the earth so the seed may take root. If the ground is poor he improves it with fertiliza make strength. It is useless to "plant" food in an "unfertile" stomach. The farmer uses fertilizer; you should use a digestive ferment. The point gained by the farmer is the same as it is with the person it is strength. Tanlac is being specially introduced in Stanford at the Penny Drug 77-- 1 Store, E. R. Coleman, Prop. Tanlac can now be obtained in following nearby cities: Moreland, Abraham Minks; Hustonville, Adams Bros.; McKinney, True & Co.; Ellis-burW. C. Bryant; Crab Orchard, Lyne Bros.; Brodhead, John Rob-binLancaster, R. E. McRoberts; Bee Lick, J. Reynolds & Son; W. A. Horton. g, s; Way-nesbur- g, the Woman's Christian Temperance Union, returned home Wednesday afternoon from Lexington where they the attended the state convention of UnWoman's Christian Temperance ion of the Kentucky. At the final session Mrs. Frances E. Beauchamp president for the was 22nd time. Lincoln county delegates took a prominent part in the convention which was very largely attended. Mrs. Gover served on the Resolutions Committee, and Mrs. J. K. Baughman of Hustonville, was on the Credentials Committee, and was also chosen to deliver an address to the Central Christian church Sundayed INSURE YOUR TOBACCO. Stanford, Ky., Sept. 21, 1916. To The Public: It is with pleasure that we take this method of thanking. the Insurance Co. and their agent, Jesse D. Wearen, The Insurance Man, Stanford, Ky., for the satisfactory and liberal settlement of our Fire Loss at McKinney, Lincoln county, Ky. Very truly, R. H. & C. M. AN INCH. permanent, weather- addition they a inexpensive. appearance For Sale by n insurance WILL STONE, Stanford, Ky. When gt Little Willie Gets the Tummy Ache! puckery persimmons or too much jelly cake. OIoV fashioned belliake is acute indigestion. Ojve the sufferer a good big dose of castor oil and apply A hot water bottle to the spot of greatest pain. hot water bottles in your home ache and rheumatism, too. perism, degeneracy, and the attendant evils that follow the use of liquor bespeak in no unmistakable terms the value of prohibition. "The death rate throughout the United States is about 10 to 100,000. In Kansas it is 9 "The average land tax, exclusive of improvements, is less than four cents an acre. Kansas has no state bonded indebtedness. We're not entirely free from consumption of liquor. Kansas spends $1.59 per capita for liquor; throughout the United States it costs $28 per capita. If our people drink the same amount of liquor that the same number of people do in other states, we would spend about $50,000,000 more for liquor than we do. "We spend five times as much money on our school system as we spend for liquor, and that is the solution to the statement that we have only 2 per cent of illiteracy. "When I retired as Governor a year ago, we had a prison population of 700. We have $150 on deposit in the banks for each man, woman and child in the state. "Twenty-eigcounties did not have a jail prisoner during all of 1914. Forty counties did not send a prisoner to the penitentiary that year. Twenty counties did not have a prisoner in the penitentiary that year, nor have they had for years. A dozen counties have not called a jury together in years to try a criminal case, and in fact they would not know the meaning of the word "grand jury." Nineteen counties have no poor farms. Thirty-tw- o counties have no indigents. Our state has the remarkable showing of onlv one millionaire and only ten children taken care of in the poor farm last year. It has a greater per capita wealth and a much more evenly distributed wealth than any state in the nation. "We only have one feeble-minde- d citifor every 3,300 zen. One insane for every 576 insane. Less than 3 per cent of our insanity is due to alcoholism. "A state should be judged by what it does in an emergencv, and during the financial panic of 1907 we made an immediate response to their request for money and sent them $50,000,000 in gold. Within four months after an appeal was made to farmers and business men, we sent to Belgium 63,000 barrels of our best Kansas flour. "Of the school population of 600,-00four-fifth- s of the number were enrolled in school last year. "One half of the population of Kansas never saw an open saloon or and I dare to say that more of the young men and women never saw a drunken man in Kanfeeble-mind-ness A feature of the convention was the address of former Governor George Hodges, of Kansas, who told prohibiof the effect of State-wid- e part: tion. He said in "We have not had a licensed sayears, loon in Kansas in thirty-fou- r but I come not to defend prohibition. It needs no defense. Our freedom from crimes, imbecility, pau- -school. Ready, Ky. " I was not able to dc anything for nearly six months," write? Mrs. Laura Bratcher, of this place, "and was down in bed for three months. I cannot tell you how I suffered with my 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, bat he did not help me. At last, my mother advised me to take Cardui, the woman's tonic. I thought t was no use for I was nearly dead and nothing seemed to do me any good. But took eleven bottles, and now I am able to do all of my work and my own washing. 1 think Cardui is the best medicine in the world. My weight has increased, and 1 look the picture of health. " If you suffer from any of the ailment peculiar to women, get a bottle of Cardui today. Delay is dangerous. We know it will help you, for it has helped sc many thousands of other weak womeri in the past 50 years. At all druggists. 1 R ea NO. 141 Estate For Sale 50 acres; 35 acres in cultivation; balance in timber; two houses; barn, chicken house etc.; well watered; good neighborhood; close to school and church; Price 1500.00. Write ta: Chattanooza Medicine Co., Ladies Advisory Dept., Chattanooza. Tenn.. for Sticia Instructions on your case and a book, "Horot Traatment for Women." in slain wrasser. H.C. 12S 0. PROFESSIONAL AND BUSINESS CARDS STANFORD-DANVILLE PASSEN- GER SERVICE (Hotels) Stanford 9 a.m. 3 p.m. (Hotels) Danville 10 a.m. 4 p.m. (Daily except Sunday) Round-tri- p One fare $1.00 $1.25 Packages delivered at reasonable rates. Rates for other trips on application at St. Asaph Hotel office or Lv. Lv. STATION STANFORD SERVICE Phone 300 Somerset street NO. 142 151 acre farm five miles from Stanford; in the best part of the county; one house of five rooms and two porches; the other house is 1 2 1-- Headquarters for Best FIRE AND LIFE INSURANCE Stanford, Ky. Phone 168 and 45. R. M. NEWLAND Office of ht CAPT. AM BOURNE LANCASTER, KY. AUCTIONEER, The high dollar at your sale all the time and at lowest price; sales Phone 364A Lancaster at my expense cried anywhere. I am prepared to vaccinate for Anthrax, Black Leg, and all other tock diseases. JOHN COOK, Veterinarian, Stanford, Ky. Phone 204. VACCINATE story of five rooms; tcbacco and stock barn, 36x70; cistern, springs and ponds; about 100 acres in grass; balance in cultivation; orchard of 75 trees; all buildings and fence in good shape; close to good school and church; this farm is located in the best farming section of the county. Price $70.00 per acre, 3 down and balance in 1, 2 ana 3 years. 1-- T. W. PENNINGTON, DENTIST Phone: Office Myers House Flats 240; Res. 165 Stanford, Ky. NO. 145 84 acres; about four miles from Stanford; two story frame dwelling of six rooms; halls and porches; new- self-possess- ed J. B. PERKINS Rooms 28-2Phone 214 9, DENTIST Lincoln Bank Building STANFORD. KY. W. W. BURGIN Thursdays, Fridays and Saturday? at Stanford Office in Lincoln Bank Binding Mondays, Tuesdays and Wednesdays at Crab Orchard DENTIST 0, ly painted and pr.pered; barn 50x60; cistern and four never failing springs; creek runs full length of one side; all of this place is in grass; right on pike; all buildings and fence good. Price $10,500.00. One third down and balance in one two and three years. one-four- th The youngsters just will eat green apples or You ought to have one of our guaranteed for neuralgia, tooth" - We goods to be had. carry the highest quality of rubberoil in bulk Our castor and active as greased lightning. or capsule Is as slick Sanitary Plumbing, Heating, Tinning and Guttering Guranteed. sas. Myers' Pumps and Gray Engines "Our state has less degeneracy, W. K. WARNER imbecility, pauperism, crime, insanity, in proportion Phone 188 Stanford, Ky. to our population than any other state in the nation. A greater per DR. R. E. TAYLOR, capita wealth, a greater circulating medium, more contentment and less Graduate of the Cincinnati Veterindeath rate than any other state. You ary College. will have to agree that we are a Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist. superior class of people, or that these Phone 5. Carter & Carter's Stable. blessings, both commercial and moral STANFORD, KENTUCKY. have come to us because there has not been a licensed saloon in Kansas in thirty-fou- r years." HARRY JACOBS Dealer In Gabe Johnson, a miner for the Federal Coal Company was killed by Fine Monumental Work falling slate at the mines on Straight Cemetery Hill, Stanford, Ky. Creek in Bell county. Phone 164 Closed on Saturday feeble-mindedness "When In Doubt Take a Bath." NO. 143 acre farm located 5 miles from Danville, Stanford and Lancaster; two story frame residence of six rooms, halls, three porches and pantries; an extra large stock barn and seven acre tobacco barn; three tenant houses; two good cisterns; branch; Hanging Fork on one side; large cistern at barn and good cistern at house; about 125 acres of this farm good bottom land and doe3 not overflow; 100 acres in blue grass; timothy, and clover; balance in cultivation; plenty of locust posts; fine orchard; all necessary outbuildings, including smoke house, tool house, hen house and coal house, etc.; place right on pike; one mile from school and church; five miles from three county seats; on rural route; also on star route; splendid neighborhood; fencing and buildings in good shape. Price $100.00 per acre. One third down and balance in eight annual payments. 360 Polly Ann. Uncle Crimp visited this community Friday night a week ago, but didn't do much damage, as most of the farmers bad finished cutting corn. This will be a rather busy week as sorghum making time will probably take up all the help that can be secured. Farmers are getting a late start on sowing wheat on of the dry weather. Aunt Sallie McMullin is on the ac-cou- THE LINCOLN PHARMACY, Stanford, Ky. SPECIAL TRAIN EXCURSION I. M. REYNOLDS WAYNESBURG. UNDERTAKER, We carry a large and complete stock of Caskets, Robes etc at all times. ; Phone: Farmers' line No. Woodstock line No. Calls answered day or night. CINCINNATI AND RETURN Sunday, OCTOBER 1st tn $1.50 BRING VOUR JOB ROUND TRIP FROM Susan Floyd. To the Public: Mr. and Mrs. John Todd, of Buck SPECIAL TRAIN LEAVES Creek, have been visiting Mrs. EvJUNCTION CITY 5:35 A. M. erett Estes. I represent the largest and best Mrs. J. S. Floyd and son have had clothing house in this country Ed Y. Price and Co.. Chicago. III. My extheir store and dwelling painted. G. B. HARBERSON, Ticket Agent Mr. Thomas Francis and family perience in measuringa and directing theIf your practical tailor. one who is not JUNCTION CITY, KY. left Sunday for Covington, where ins of your clothes, gives me the advantage will give me your order, I will promise you a they plan to make their future home. square will get the Mrs. Mary Floyd spent last week money, deal. Tou the cheapest worth of your grades or the either in with her aunt, Mrs. Lizzie Floyd. higher priced. My SPRING and SUMMER for your in Aunt Ann Floyd has gone over on line of samples is now readyme show you. Can Indian Creek to visit her niece, Mrs. spection. ny now and let Practical Tailor I. J. Mitchell Perkins. PV Staktord, Ky. PRINTING I made-tc-ordc- Junction City Daily Except Sunday sick list. Leaves Stanford (St. Asaph Hotel) The house belonging to Mr. David at Trowbridge caught fire last Thurs- Leaves10:00 a. m. and 4.00 p. m. Danville (Hotel Annex) at day, but the bucket brigade soon 9:00 a. m. and 1:30 p. m. put the flames out with very little Bundles and Packages Carried at damage done. Low Charges Mr. and Mrs. Seymour McMullin O. L. MINKS, Proprietor and Mrs. Mace Reynolds, of Fishing Creek, spent last Sunday with Mrs. Auto Bus Between Danville and Stanford Hughes & McCarty REAL ESTATE STANFORD, - r mnk-ove- KENTUCKY TO THE HP Tf RUrLL The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky: Friday, September 29, 1916. Hughes Hereford feeders, which they have had on grass all summer at $7 a hundred. There were 52 in the herd and they averaged about 1,200 pounds. "Only It "Gets" too-eatine 'Gels-I- t' i i Me After This ! " for HURRAH! RINGLING DAY ALMOST HERE Oc- Charles Gangloff, of section, sold to the Otten-hei- m Big Circus and Great Spectacle cupy Five Trains Crammed wnzttf WT' better with thic modern arms, Vrir-i-' sjbort' lou will QZt m d ii,z'I psJS-SSr Men who arc after results, arc changing over to Remington UMC Guns and Ammunition, famous for superb shooting qualities. Remington UMC Autoloading Shot GunVLvs shots, simply press the trigger for each shot, solid breech, hammerless, safe. Remington UMC Pum Gun (Slide Action) Six shots without reloading, bottom ejection, hammerless, safe. Remington UMC Steel Lined Shot Shells "Arrow" and "Nitro Club" in sportinien's vernacular, the "Speed Shells" everywhere. Get the details fo to the dealer who displays the Red Mai? Mark of Remington UMC, the Sign of Sportsmen. Headquarters in every town. &oId y yur home dealer and 3,250 other H.; Fr . Cltsn ardeVtjourgun iriH REM OIL, combination fodder Jo, vent, Lubricant and K.ust l'mcntativc Rcnun;lon Arms Onion Metiffic Cartridge Company f ST5 Firearm anct Ammunition ..,.... ttw the modern ammunition of to Jay 1 tie mind nf the shrsntinrf nuhli fortav ia ntri'n nrn or ' 6"r" Boone recently three head of hogs, that averaged about 155 pounds, for $47. W. D. Hanson bought of Sam M. Owens 34 cattle that should average about 750 pounds at 7c. He has not taken them up yet. Of Mrs. J. H. Reynolds he bought five and of Sim Owens one at the same price. Ashby Arnold bought the- - W. 0. King Farm in Garrard at $66.25 an acre. The place contains 137 acres and is a good one. About 3,000 barrels of corn were sold in the heap at from $3 to $3.30. George D. sors. Give me 'GETS-I- Every Corn Every Time. Painless. Nothing More Simple. "I'll tell you what, I've quit using salves for corns. I've quit making a package out of my toes with bandages and contraptions quit digging with knives and scisT' With Wonders. every time!" The big event for which young sters and grown-up- s have been im patiently waiting is drawing near, for on Friday, Oct. 6, Ringling Bros., circus is to exhibit afternoon only in Richmond. .;Nswsa ASS i j" na Expectancy never ran so high be- - will send a large delegation to feed liic uicjiiwiuj. unusual iiilcic&l cen- (ft;i"''Vix"-S,":5j?- ? tt fcLHH'i!J-- 1e The Shelby Record says that Hollj Morris sold last Friday to a Greens-burInd., buyer, a pair of mules, weighing 3,100 pounds, for $800. These mules won the championship at the State Fair in a ring in which Kentucky, Indiana, Illinois, Ohio and Tennessee were rep- John Engleman's great trotter, Harrod's Creek, won another race on the Grand Circuit this week. This youngster is almost unbeatable in his class. A great many will go over from here to Lexington when the trots begin there next week to see him trot. three-year-old uc ZZl g, When You See These Pretty Girl in Your Drugeut's Window It's Good Time To End Your Corns. " first time they use It's because "GETS-IT- " is so simple and easy to use put it on in a few seconds because there is no work or to do, no pain that shoots up to your heart. It gets your your mind. All the time it's corns off working and then, that little old corn peels right off, leaves the clean, corn-fre- o skin underneath and your corn is gone! No wonder millions Try it tonight. prefer "GETS-IT- ". ."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 corn-fooling That's what they all say the very "GETS-IT.- New York BSSf!St5SSSaKDamnSBaae?iK ffiftfS resented. Farm and Stock New? W. A. Brent sold to J. "M. Cress Gall Stones, Cancer and Ulcers of the Stomach and Intestines, Yellow Jaundice, Appendicitis and other fatal ailments result from Stomach Trouble. Thousands of Stomach Sufferers owe their complete recovery to Mayr's "Wonderful Remedy. Unlike any Stomach Ailments. other for For sale by The Penny Drug Store, Stan- Auto-Intoxication, a mule colt for $G5. B. F. Rowe, of Adair county, had two mules killed by lightning last week. P. W. Carter has rented to Robert Damron, of the East End, his church farm in the McCormack's section for about $1,000. M. J. Hoffman shipped to Cincinnati a couple of carloads of cattle he bought in the mountains at 5c to 6c. He struck a bad market, he says. Powell & Depp, of the West End, Cunningham, of sold to George Boyle, a pair of horse mules, three year olds, for $300, two cows and calves for $125 and to Judge "W. M. Myers they sold a bunch of yearling heifers averaging 560 pounds at 5c. W. H. Brown and J. E. Robinson, of Garrard, sold last week to A. E. Hundley, of Boyle county, the R. E. A. W. Carpenter, of the Moreland section, has sold fci W. R. Moorman &. Son, of Glendean, Breckinridge county, his entire herd of Shorthorn cattle numbering 35, for $3,440. There were seven bull calves in the lot and the rest were heifers and cows. Mr. Carpenter had previously sold to Mi. Tully, of Georgia, several shorthorn heifers at $100. Henry Baughman, also of the West End, $154.2S FOR CHESTNUTT FARM. sold to Mr. Tully six shorthorn heiThe Chestnutt farm, five miles, fers at $100. north of Lancaster on the Lexington pike, was sold at Master CommissionCINCINNATI STOCK MARKET Hogs Receipts 3,900 head; slow; er's sale in Garrard this week to J. packers and butchers $10.50 10.85; D. Rankin, son of T. C. Rankin, at common to choice $7.509.75; pigs $154.25, an acre. There were 210 and lights $5$9.75; stags $7.50 acres in the farm, which is said to 8.75. Cattle receipts 1,400 head; be one of the best in this section of dull; calves strong. Sheep receipts the state and that a binder can be 1,400 head; steady; lambs slow. driven over everv foot of it. The sale totalled $37",235.95. The new owner is said to have refused a profit of $10 an acre, soon after he bought ters around the gigantic spectacle, "Cinderella," with which the famous showmen are this season opening their wonderful mam tent program "Cinderella" is probably the best loved of all fairy tales and to see it produced with more than 1000 persons, hundreds of dancing girls and glorious pageants, indeed gives prom ise of making "childhood s golden dreams come true." In the same great tent, will come the marvelous circus numbers in which 400 men and women performers, scores of trained animals and a galaxy of spe cial features are introduced. The majority of the acts are entirely new to America, the Ringling Bros., having secured the pick cf those European performers who have been obliged to seek engagements in this country because of the war. The all- new street rarade will take place show day morning. The circus will be in Lexington Tnursday, Oct. 5. Millinery Opening at McKinney The Emporium of Hustonville, will give a Millinery Opening at the Veranda Hotel, McKinney, October 6th. Let everybody come out and see what is to be worn. Charles 77-- 2' Wheeler. LADIES SET GOOD DINNER. The ladies of the Christian church at Turnersville set a good dinner at R. C. Nunnelley's sale Thursday and made a snug sum, which will be used r Rvm . SSfeEL f'f.& js-- Uae&JS? 13 . TfiKYTdE??, va-- r. r a: pmmtmhi ;wj &mmim&rXff!!: - sjva ff-- K$r.?L.J r '- : - 'bf'V&.gjags M'-T.'fjC- I iJ caziaracLZort mucins mors to usp man trc amcunc ox your purchase. Y s3 ?3 for church purposes. PUBLIC SALE it. iJjTTLI -- ilJ on- Wednesday, Oct. 4, 1916. will sell to the highest bidder at my farm on the Lancaster and Crab Orchard pike, known as the George Evans farm, all of my Farm Tools, Mules, Cattle, Sheep and Hogs. e FARM TOOLS 6 wagons; new Deering mower; new rake; new Sweep rake; binder; steel roller; wheat drill; manure three-hors- e two-rospreader; Corn planter; 2 e Avery riding plows; 2 walking plows; 1 section harrow; 4 riding cultivators; 2 disc or cutting harrows, and a lot of other small tools; several sets of harness, bridles and other gear. LIVE STOCK One combination mare; 2 yearling mules; 2 mules medium size mule ; medium size d mule; 5 large heavy work mules, 4 to 8 years old. CATTLE. Several cows and calves; 25 nice heifers, 500 to 800 pounds; several steers and a lot of yearling steers. SHEEP. 200 head of young Wethers; fine . feeders ; a lot of stock ewes. Jj HOGS Will sell 0 registered Duroc boars, last Spring farrow, sired by Champion Pals Premier, Defender's Ohio Chief, Kentucky's Fancy tColonel, Finch's Defender. The dams of these tboars are daughters of Defender, The Professor and Fancy Colonel. Here is your chance to get a real high-clasboar. L Xermg made known on day of sale. Lunch served at noon. Remember sale starts promptly I two-hors1 1 1 SATURDAY, OCTOBER 21st., at 9:30 a. m., at my residence, two miles from Stanford on the Danville pike, I will sell to the highest bidder some cattle, horses, mules and hogs, some baled hay, vehicles, farming implements; furniture, extra fine. Come and look at the good things to be sold, then come and buy yourself rich. Terms: All sums cash; ten dollars and over, six On Don't Neglect Your Cold Neglected colds get worse, instead of better. A stuffed head, a tisht chest must be relieved at once. Dr. Bell's is Nature's remedy. Honey and glycerine heal si the irritated membrane, antiseptic m tar loosens the phlegm, you breathe easier and your cold is broken up. Pleasant to take, Dr. Bell's is an ideal remedy for children as well as grown-upAt your Druggist, 25c. Pine-Tar-Honey Pine-Tar-Iloney The House of Bom - makes more clothes to measure than any other tailoring- hor.se seventy - Eve per cent of our yearly sales are made to satisfied s. JL & JL JLj un-$1- 0, NEW ST0 RE Fresh, Clean Goods FALSE RUMORS. Dr. J. G. Carpenter will continue to practice medicine and surgery in Stanford, Ky., yet his residence on 75-- 3 Danville avenue is for sale. their friends make uo the other twenty-fiv- e per cent. So ve can't afford to let you pay for a Born garment that does not please you in every detail of the style, fit, material and needle work, customers months credit, with note and approved securitv. JOS. BALLOU, Stanford, Ky. CENT -A- -WORD ADS Farm of about 35 An- (Ads here are 1 cent a 'vord each issue, cash with order; no ad less than 25c each issue.) PUBLIC SALE 1 1 1 1 1 w two-hors- four-year-o- ld two-year-o- ld 1 four-year-o- ld 1 three-year-ol- two-year-o- ld 1 l. of FARM STOCK AND CROPS on WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 11, 1916 at one o'clock p. m., on the premises one and miles from Dan-vill- t, on the Shakertown road, we will sell at public auction the following property: The farm of seventy-fou- r acres, with dwelling; tenant house; large barn with silo and other needed outbuildings, all in good repair. The farm is watered by a spring and never failing stream. The place is ideally located for the best markets, schools and churches. Most of the farm is in grass and nearly all of the fencing is good. The land Ms productive and will raise hemp and tobacco. Will also sell our entire dairy, consisting of 12 cows. 4 heifers and 1 thoroughbred Jersey bull. Also dairy equipment: Milk cooler, buckets, cans, bottles, etc. HORSES one combined horse, 8 years old. gentle; will work anywhere. One heavy work mare. One driving horse, gentle, and good driver. One aged mare. One 3 year old trotting bred mare. Three thoroughbred Duroc Jersey sows and pigs. One carriage, one buggy (almost new,) one old buggy, one buckboard, one-fourth acres for rent. Apply to Mrs. nie B. Carter, Junction City, Ky. 2t FOR RENT I McRoberts & Bailey Resident Born Dealer s, bred-in-the-purp- le three sets harness. One two horse wagon, roller, harrows, plows, .hay rake, drill, etc. CROPS. Ten tons nice timothy hay; eight torifc mixed hay, 100 bar rels ot corn, 125 shocks of fodder, 60 shocks sorghum. One Cypress Incubator, two brood- WE CALL YOUR ATTENTION TO REWARD We will give $100 for WANTED Pure Brown Leghorn THE FOLLOWING PRICES ON Roosters. Mrs. F. M. Peavvhouse. the arrest and conviction of the par76-3- p Phone 109-OUR LINE OF GOODS. Hustonville. ty or parties who broke into our SupNOTICE 5 per cent penalty add- store last week. Turnersville 25 pounds best Granulated Su76-- 2 ply Company. ed to Oct. 2. L. R. gar $2.00 Hughes, school tax. 70-t- d Treas. 1 pound Phoenix Hotel Coffee, One STRAYED OR STOLEN 35c; or 3 lbs. for 1.00 bu12 years ONIONS. I have for sale 150 large sorrel brood mare. American Queen Flour, the bag 1.10 Nice country meat, per lb 22 shels of hill onions I will sell at $1 old, about 16 hands high, with star 8 bars Lenox Soap 25 per bushel. J. T. Blanks, Hubble, J in forehead, small scar on each knee, 77-- 1 p Ky. Good Coffee, 15c, 20c, 25c, 30c saddle marks, but no harness marks. 35c and 40c, per pound. Has light case of heaves, but shows 20 Good Vinegar, per gallon FOR SALE. Four thorough-- ! no sign of this when she warms up Crisco, per can 30 bred Duroc boars; will .weigh about. We handle that good bread, Golden 125 pounds. H. C. Anderson, Stan- to travel. Liberal reward will be ' Glory. We are closing out our line ford. 74-- tf paid for information leading to her per yard. We of ginghams, at 8 return to us at Mt. Vernon, Ky. W. can make some bargains in Men's FURNITURE, Mattings, DruggetJ, J. Sparks Company. 76-- 4 Pants; also a few Odd Coats go while Rugs, Wall Paper, Lace Curtains, they last, each $1.50. Several pair Window Shades, Trunks, Suit Cases, l FOR SALE privately, the S. E. of Children's No. 9 to 2 Shoes at Pictures and Mouldings. W. A. Trib- -' Owsley farm of 1:20 acres; large 1.00 per pair. A few Men's Hats, ole, Stanford. 42tf. 50c, 75c and $1.00 while they last. colonial brick residence, celWe give 4 pieces of granite-war- e FOR SALE. 21 extra good feed-- , lar, cistern, two barns, smoke house, with $5.00 cash trade for 98c. We ing cattle, will weigh between 900 tenant house, and other buildings; handle fruits and vegetables; deliver to 1,000 pounds; good color. L. P.' will appreciate a share Nunnelley, Stanford, Ky., Phone . situated in heart of the Blue Grass promptly and section, rich limestone soil in excel77-- tf of your patronage. Our telephone 2211. lent state of cultivation; in Lincoln number is 219. Thanking you very kindly for past favors, yours truly, ALL merchants and miscellaneous county, near towns of Danville. LanStanford, are claims must be filed with me before caster andchurches where there Will excellent and schools. Oct. 1st, in order to be allowed at be sold at a bargain. For particulars the October term of the fiscal court. address Mrs. W. R. Rice, Southern 57-- tf KENTUCKY G. B. COOPER, County Clerk. 71-- 4 Hotel, Jackson, Tenn. STANFORD, Y, 1 l-- 2c J G.H, MASTERS, ers,' coops, etc. Col. I. M. Terms made known on day of sale. W. H. SALLEE, Danville, Ky. STANFORDSERVICESTATION SERVICE STATION Hupmobile Prest-O-Lit- e and Wieland Storage Batteries Repairing, Passenger Service, Storage, Vulcanizing FREE AIR Dunn. Auct. 77-- 3 it 10 a. m. Col. I. M. Dunn and Col. John B. Dinwiddie, NOTICE TO THE Auctioneers TAXPAYERS, PAUL FINCH, R. F. D. No. 2 Crab Orchard KBC I, or my deputies will be at the following places in Lincoln county on the dates named for the purpose of collecting your taxes which are now due. Please meet us promptly. Bring your road claims with you. Dates are as follows: AGENCY Maxwell Motor Cars Oakland Hupmobile Peerless Each a Leader in Its Class FAIR WARNING ! I have some notes and accounts that were due last January and you have failed to comply with your promise. I cannot do business unless youpay me. After October "9, 1916, these notes and accounts will be put in K. S. Alcorn's hands for collection. W. H. HIGGINS, Stanford. Hustonville, Sept. 30. Crab Orchard, Oct. 7th. King's Mountain, Oct. 13. Waynesburg, Oct. 14. Hustonville, Oct. 21st. Crab Orchard, Nov. 4th. Waynesburg, Nov. 11th. Hustonville, Nov. 25th. J. G. WF.ATHERFORD, Sheriff ot Lincoln County. Firestone Tires And Accessories. "Most Miles Per Dollar" - jpM 1 CALL ON USt " THE OJ.S) SLtABI.E"l k.'.AJ 3mi tfi.rYiTri.-rf-T I III I I III Hi bcibbb. Stanford Service Station PHONE 300 . IREMStSYFORMEN. o Yo-;- o s,st TQttK Tin n4 i1. SOMERSET STREET .fctM)t.- JV- - - . ic ari j. . !.