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Tuesdays and Fridays SHERLEY TO SPEAK JOHN W. ROUT DIES West End Election Case! ONE LAST CHANCE FORMER POSTMASTER The I. J. sent the following letter this week to quite a number of its subscribers whose subscriptions have expired and who have failed to The Court of Appeals decided an One of Stanford's Oldest Residents important case from Lincoln county renew at the $1 rate as so many desire to do: last week, when it held that to vote Answers Last Summons After in party primaries the voter must Stanford, Ky., Oct. 2, 1916 Long and Upright Life. have supported all the nominees of general the previous John W. Rout, one of Stanford's the party atnot only a majority of Dear Friend: and most respected citizens, election and oldest them. The case developed at Hustonbreathed his last about 11 o'clock ville in the 1914 senatorial election Your subscription to the I. J. has expired. We Monday morning. two in when the election its visits have been such The passing of this generally be- precincts refused to officers a num- sincerely hope allowed gentleman has caused proloved old ber of democrats to vote, on the found sorrow in all the walks of ground that they had not supported you desire it to continue for another year or many can be most truly said life, for it pre- more. all of the nominees that he had no enemies, and during vious county election. at the last It was brought life for each and a long and useful The increasing high cost of white print paper everyone who crossed his pathway, out that some of the men refused a in their has compelled us to raise the subscription price to ballot who had a cheery smile and a kindly word views voted were ultra dry two wet against one of greeting. For over a year his men on the county ticket. or $1.50 a year. We had planned to put the new failing rapidly. strength had been The state's highest court's opinion Up until that time he was probably subscription price into effect October 1 st, so the best preserved man of his years says that a man may participate in a primary if he failed to vote for many of our friends forgot to renew and then in this section. He was close upon his 80th milestone when the sum- some or all of the nominees but that we agreed to mons came to leave his loved ones he may not participate in the primary phoned us at the last moment here. Until about a year ago, he if he voted against any of them, that extend the time till after next County Court day, for their opponents on was as active and energetic as a is, voted some other ticket. man a quarter of a century younger, October 9th, 1916. The report to the daily papers of and few guessed, from his daily deAs you are one of those who have failed to meanor, the years which had passed the court's decision at Frankfort, is gener- of much interest and importance to his head. Whole-souleover 1 ous to a degree, and a gentleman of all voters who wish to participate take advantage of the old $ rate, and as we are the old school, he made every man in the party primaries in the future. very anxious to keep you on our list, we are sughis friend and lived a life which will It said: Voters, who thought to retain their gesting this last chance to renew for the I. J. $1 ever be a shining example before his party regularity by carefully scratchsons and loved ones who are left to ing so as to vote for a majority of a year. You can send in $ 1 for another year or as mourn that he has left them. Mr. Rout was a member of one their party's nominees, will be disil- many dollars as you wish at the $1 rate, to pay of the most prominent families of lusioned by an opinion of the Court this section. He was a son of the of Appeals in the case of the Com for as many years in advance as you desire. After late Wesley Rout. A brother, Jo- monwealth against Everett Carson seph Rout, who resides with his son, and Thomas Bell, Democratic pri- Oct. 9th, the rate will be $1.50 to all, payable John B. Rout at Hustonville, and a mary officers at Hustonville precinct, strictly cash in advance, paper stopping when sister, Mrs. Mary Owens, of Somer- Lincoln county, charged with preset, are other surviving children of venting Livingston Cooper from vot- time for which it is paid has expired. his parents. Besides them, he is sur- ing. Don't neglect this opportunity. Send in a dolThe law says "no person shall be vived by his always devoted and loving wife who was Miss Emma deemed affiliated with a party in lar or more and you will be duly credited. Thank whose primary he seeks to cast his Broaddus before their wedding years ago and the following chil- vote if he voted against the nominee you. dren, Messrs. B. Frank Rout, Beverly or nominees of such party at the genWith kindest regards, Rout and Jack Rout, and Misses Sue eral election." Commissioner Construing this, and Martha Rout, all of whom were constant in their attendance and de- Clay, who wrote the opinion of the THE INTERIOR JOURNAL votion to their loved one during all Court of Appeals, said it is not the the hours of his decline. Everything province of the court to pass upon that loving hands and tender hearts the wisdom of the law, but while could do was done to minister unto failure to vote for some or all of the his earthly necessities. Mr. Rout in nominees of the party will not bar PROGRAM OF THE KENTUCKY SUNDAY-SCHOO- L early life gave his soul into the keep- him from the primary "if he actually ing of his Lord and Savior, and daily participated in the general election ASSOCIATION CONVENTION AT lived a life which showed to all the and voted against any of the nomiworld exemplification of the teach- nees of the party in that election, he ings of the meek and lowly Naza-ren- e. is not entitled to participate in the SOMERSET, KY., OCTOBER 1916 He was a prominent member next primary election held by that of the Presbyterian congregation of party." Men and women conspicuous in Church, Sunday-Schoo- l this ci"y, and his pastor and his and Educational work have been secured for the program of the Fifty-firs- t church will miss him greatly from State HORSE AND BUGGY STOLE Convention of the Kentucky Sunday-Schoits work. Association, which will meet whose A couple of white men at Somerset, October Always a staunch democrat and The general theme of the convention is "To identity has- not yet been learned but Serve," and a majority of theVaudresses will bear on this theme in one an active worker for the success of is suspected, stole E. N. Terry's bugway or another. his party, he was recognized by its gy and horse from in front of W. B. in 1892, when he was apleaders Some of the speakers will be Mr. Marion Lawrance, General SecreBuchanan's junk shop pointed Postmaster of Stanford, un- street Saturday night. on Somerset tary International Sunday-Schoo- l They were Association; Mrs. Phebe A. Curtiss, Eleder Presidint Grover Cleveland's found Sunday morning on the mentary Superintendent Ohio Sunday-Schoo- l Association; Miss Nannie second term. He served four years Lee Frayser, Elementary Superintendent Kentucky Sunday-Schoo- l Assoroad great faithfulness and honor to who notified by Jim Logan, colored, with ciation, Rev. Chas. D. Bulla, D. D., Superintendent Wesley Bible Class Mr. Terry. The buggy himself and the department, being contained $7 worth of groceries Department Methodist Church, South; Dr. J. K. Sampey, LL.D., Southern ably assisted by his daughter, Miss which had not been taken, however. Baptist Theological Seminary; Dr. R. H. Crossfield, President TransylSue Rout. vania University; Dr. W. A. Ganfield, President Centre College; Dr. W. J. saw the men drive off at a Several Funeral services will be conducted gallop. Mr. Terry is offering a subMcGlothlin, Southern Baptist Theological Seminary; Mr. C J. Nugent, Wednesday morning at 10 o'clock at Divisional Secretary Methodist Church, South. information conthe home on West Main street, Rev. stantial reward for cerning the two men, and when his The music will be in charge of Mr. Charles H. Gabriel with his son, P. L. Bruce officiating. proved, will endeavor Mr. Charles H. Gabriel, Jr., as pianist. A friend sends to the I. J. the fol- suspicions are to the penitentiary on to them lowing account of the life of Mr. a send stealing charge. The principal features of the program will be: horse Rout, which is very timely and apTHURSDAY, OCTOBER 5. preciated: John Wesley Rout was born in Afternoon Four Confeiences, 3:00 to 4:30. Hlemcntarv Theme, "The New MRS. HARRY STAGG DEAD . Klementary Standard." Secondary Lincoln county, Kentucky, near Stan"The School's Secondary Division News was received here this mornPiosi-am.Adult Theme. "Mow the Adult Class Selves." Admimstiation ford, where he has passed his whole ing by Mrs. Jessie Stagg that her Mr. M.ulon Lawrance will lead a discussion of pioblems presented by Sunday-Scholife. He became a christian early in daughter-in-laOHiceis. Mrs. Harry Stagg life when 14 years old, while the Rev. had paased away at Somerset this Evening Soup Set vice. Mr. Chas. Tr. Oahiiel. leader. Someisefs Welcome. Sidney McRoberts was minister here. morning at an early. Mrs. Stagg, who Maor J. L.. Waddle. 1'iebidenfs Message. Mr. Huston Quin. "The Spit it of 1916," Rev. Geo. A. Joplin. "Qualifying for Service." Mr. Mai ion Lawrance. He was in his 80th year, his 79th lived in Knoxville, Tenn., went to birthday being the 10th of August. Somerset last week to the hospital FRIDAY, OCTOBER 6. He was married to Emma Broaddus of Dr. Anderson, the colored doctor, Morning Theme, Surveying the FielO Sonfr Service, Bible Study. "The in the year of 1860 and of this union for treatment. Field of Service for Organized Sunday-SchoThe body will be Work," Mr. Marion Lawrance. liepoi ts of Field Workers, Rev. T. C. Gebauer and Mr. W. J. Vaughan. Repoi t there were five children all of whom brought here for interment, but no of Ollice Secretarv, Miss Frances L. Grigsbv. Report of Treasurer, Mr. Clarare living. The death of Mr. Rout is further arrangementt have been ence Watkins. "The Adult Bible Class in Rural Distiicts." Dr. Chas. D. Bulla. the first link to be broken in this sin- made as the I. J. goes to press. A full "Organized for Serice." District. County, State, County OHicers. "Individual Responsibility," Mrs. Phebe Curtiss. gularly perfect family chain. He has account will be given next issue. lived an exemplary life, one that has Afternoon Theme, Serving the Multitudes. Song Service. Memory Verses. "The Gold Star Standaid," Mr. Thus. F. Goidon. "How We Worked to Attain been an open book to all who knew Millinery Opening at McKinney It," Representatives of Different Counties. Views of him and all knew Tilm as an upright Day, parade, open air. Services. Posters, Visitation. Rural District. Local The Emporium of Hustonville, School, citizen, a firm friend, a loving faithCounty Campaign. "The Association Officer," Mr. Marlon Lawrance. ful husband and father and a humble will give a Millinery Opening at the Evening Theme. Christian Citizenship. Song Service, Mr. Chas. H. Gabriel. Veranda Hotel, McKinney, October believing child of God. "A Greater and a Better State," Mr. Mai ion Jiwiance. "The Sunday-SchoTraining for Citizenship," President W. A. Ganfield. A Story, Mrs. Phebe to mourn his home-goin- 6th. Let everybody come out and There remains Curtiss. his devoted wife, Mrs. Emma see what is to be worn. Charles SATURDAY, OCTOBER 7. 77-- 2 his children, Beverly, Frank, Wheeler. Rout, Morning Theme. The World is the Field. Song Service. Bible Study. "The Jack, Misses Sue and Martha, one World, a Field for Service." lire. T. J. Miliary. "The Child! en of the World." sister, Mrs. Belle Owens, of SomerMis. Maude Dance Williams. "Knlisting Recruits for This Service," Mr. Roy NATION CLUB ENTERTAINED Symptoms." Mr. C. J. Nugent. Business. Roadruck. "Seven Sunday-Schoset, and one brother, Joseph Rout, Mrs. H. J. McRoberts entertained "Our State Paper," Miss Mary L. Wilson. Recognitions. Hon. J. B. Weaver. living near Hustonville, Ky. With the Nation Club at her home on LoAfternoon Four Conferences. Elemental y Theme, The Association's the passing of John W. Rout, one of gan avenue last Tuesday afternoon. Secondary Theme. The County Program. Adult Theme. Organized Nature's noble men has gone into A delightful salad course was served. Adult Bible Class Federations. Administration Theme, Ofilceis' Tiaining. the great beyond. He was appointed Those present were: Mesdames J. C. Evening Theme. The Teacher's Service. Song Service. Mr. Chas. H. Gaa deacon of the Presbyterian church Bailey, J. B. Paxton, J. B. Foster, A. briel. "Five Scenes In Peter's Life," Dr. John R. Sampey. "The Land of Miss Nannie Lee Fiayser. "New Ideals In Religious .Education," at the age of 17 and for many years H. Severance, Wm. Severance, E. J. Piomise," R. H. Crossfield. President has been an Elder. Brown, R. T. Bruce, R. M. Newland, SUNDAY, OCTOBER . R. C. Hocker, J. S. Rice, S. M. Sauf-le- y Morning Attend Sunday-Schooand Church Services. DIXIE ROOK CLUB and Miss Lyle Cooper. Mrs. Harry Hill entertained the Meetings. Children's Meeting, Miss Nannie Lee Afternoon Three Mass Frayser, leader. Young People's Metine. Speakers, Dr. J. R. Sampey and Miss Dixie Rook Club on Thursday afterWHEN YOU TAKE COLD Frances L. Grigsby. Adult's Meeting, Speakers, W. J. McGlothlin and Dr. R. noon. Miss Sue Taylor Engleman H. Ciosstleld. With the average man a cold is a won the most games during the afterEvening Theme. Power for Service. "Consecration for Service." Rev. Roy serious matter and should not be noon. A lovely salad course was servL. Brown. "Preparation for Service." Dr. W. J. McGlothlin. Convention trifled with, as some of the most ed. Those present besides the memcombers of the club were: Mrs. L. E. Car- dangerous diseases start with aCough mon cold. Take Chamberlain's penter, of Philadelphia, Pa., Mrs. C. A. Carter, Mrs. Lucy Miller Bartley, Remedy and get rid of your cold as SOMERSET CHRISTIAN Misses Martha McClary and Maggie quickly as possible. You are not experimenting when you use this remStagg. edy, as it has been in use for many years and has an established reputaC. E. SOCIAL ENJOYED. The Union Christian Endeavor so- tion. It contains no opium or other cial given by the members of the narcotic. Obtainable everywhere. Presbyterian Endeavors on last Friday evening was greatly enjoyed all PUBLIC SALE present. Games and other amusements were indulged in. Refreshments were served very bountifully. On SATURDAY, OCTOBER 21st., at 9:30 a. m., at my residence, two NAMED FEDERAL INSPECTOR miles from Stanford on the Danville Dr. R. E. Taylor, veterinarian of pike, I will sell to the highest bidthis city, has just received news of der some cattle, horses, mules and his appointment as Federal Inspec- hogs, some baled hay, vehicles, farmtor of Live Stock for this and ad- ing implements; furniture, extra joining counties. The appointment fine. Come and look at the good was made by State Inspector Mussel-mathings to be sold, then come and buy Dr. Taylor is well qualified yourself rich. Terms: All sums for the position, being a very expert cash; ten dollars and over, six veterinarian, and thoroughly con- months credit, with note and approvversant with all departments of his ed security. Church In Which State Sunday-schoo- l Convention is to be held October work. JOS. BALLOU, Stanford, Ky. RESPECTED AND A Of Much Interest Finally Passed Upon By State's Highest Court CITIZEN AT $1 A YEAR Poison For Monkey that that but that d, at 5-6-- 7-8, ol 5-- - Bon-ewil- le -- Tln-me- ol w, ol Sunday-- ol g, ol Pio-grai- n. ls CHURCH Put Out By Dr. Reid After Raids LOUISVILLE CONGRESSMAN TO On Pure Bred Poultry SPEAK MONDAY. Dr. Hugh Reid believes that he Gov. Black and Congressman Helm "got" the escaped monkey from Heard In East End County Sparks circus one night late last week. The chimpanzee, ape or whatDates Announced. ever family of the monkey tribe it belongs to, showed up at Sam Gengreatest democrats in One of try's chicken house Sunday and Mr. the nation the speak to the voters will Gentry closed the door and all the nf Lincoln rniintv here next Monday holes, he thought, in an effort to afternoon, county court day. He is capture him, but the monk escaped Swagar Sherley, congressman irom through a ventilation hole. Then Louisville, and a leader in the House John O. Reid, proprietor of the Lom-bard- y of Representatives, one of the big Heights Farm, began to miss men of the party, a student, thinker a lot of his fine blooded Leghorns. and orator. All who miss hearing Dr. Reid chased the simain up a tree, Sherley speak in Stanford will miss but he swung from one tree to an- one of the good things of the present other with all ease, and easily got campaign. He will discuss the adaway. Dr. Reid says he saw him leap ministration of President Wilson and from the top of a poplar tree which answer his critics in a way which will was taller than the highest telephone appeal to every thinking man. The pole. He expected to see the monk speaking is scheduled "or 1:30 in the broken into pieces when he hit the afternoon at the courthouse, and un- ground, but he landed "right side up flmihtpfllv n hrp- crowd will be out to c, .J with care" without a scratch and hear this real statesman and orator. hustled for the barn where they couldn't get him at all. Becoming BLACK AT CRAB ORCHARD tired of the raid on his poultry pens, Lieut. Gov. James D. Black, who Dr. Reid says he put out poison for has never yet failed to respond when the monkey, which he believes finish- called upon by Lincoln county Deed him, as he has not been seen for dovm from several days. He managed to kill mocracy, came Saturday andhis home deliverin Barbourville about S50 worth of chickens for ed a splendid addrfiss at Crab Oryoung Mr. Reid, however. chard that afternon on behalf of Congressman Helm, President Wilson Trial of "Negro Doctor" and the wholf Democratic ticket. Those who heard the popular lieutenant governor speak, say it was a Creates Great Deal of Interest in masterpiece of eloquence, and that Court at Somerset. he delivered the straight, doctrine straight democratic Quite a number of Lincoln county from the shoulder. Gov. Black told of people have been treated by the the magnificent work which Presicolored doctor of Somerset dent Wilson has done, and called atand much interest has attached to tention to the trials and troubles the suit by the State Board of Health which have beset him during his to force him to quit business. Great term of office. No president since crowds attended the trial at Som erset last week. The Somerset Com- critical peroids during his adminismonwealth said of the trial: An in- tration as Woodrow Wilson, and only junction is being asked, by the rep- his master mind has saved the ship resentatives of the commonwealth to of the state from foundering amid the prevent Dr. Anderson from continu- peroid of storm and trouble through ing the practice of medicine and the which it has passed. treatment of patients at his sanitaCongressman Helm went up to rium at Ferguson in this county. Dr. shake hands with his many friends in McCormack, the head of the State the East End and to introduce Gov. Board of Health is prosecuting the Black. They were greeted by a good icase in the name of the common- - audience, of about 300 people. So j wealth and has as his counsel the many came in that it was impossible . to contain the VJUlJIlllUlltVCUllll O XXklULUCJI II ttltvi crowd in the small Flippin, (whose duty it is to prose- "city hall" and thespeaking had to cute the case) and Attorney McNutt held out of do.trs. Congressman of Rockwood, Tenn., who was instru- Helm spoke first and introduced the mental in forcing Dr. Anderson to governor, giving his hearers a few discontinue the practice of treating snappy, telling arguments which were patients in the state of Tennessee. greatly appreciated by all. Gov. Dr. Anderson claims to be an In- Black followed, and neld the attention dian and treats his patients with the of all throughout his address. Gov. herbs and roots of the forest- - and Black fs not only a politician but a field which he claims are nature's thinker and knows how to clothe his original remedies. thoughts so that they appeal to all From evidence introduced by the classes. He urged the mountaineers defense Dr. Anderson surely must be of the East End, like himself, a able to accomplish results as some mountaineer, to stand by the presiof the best people of Pulaski coun- dent, who has kept the United States ty testified to having been cured by out of a frightful war when all the his treatments after the failure of all world is ablaze with the fire and other doctors and medicines, some thunder of cannon. Gov. Black was having traveled over different parts frequently applauded and undoubtof the country to consult with spe- edly did a lot of good by his speech cialists and take health resort treat- at Crab Orchard. His visit to Lincoln ment. Chiefly among this class was was greatly appreciated by leading Attorney O. H. Waddle, who is de- members of the party, with whom he fending Dr. Anderson in this case, he has been a prime favorite for many having visited New York in search of years. a specialist who might be able to offer him a remedy whereby he might HELM AT HARRODSBURG gain relief, finally tried Dr. AnderCongressman Harvey Helm spoke son and he is now almost fully re- at Harrodsburg Monday, where it stored to health and vigor at the ad- was county court day, and a large vanced age of 65 years. audience was on hand to hear him. He made a vigorous defense of PresiYOUTHFUL NEGRO THIEF dent Wilson and his administration While Miss Dora Straub, of the and stirred up the democrats to reStraub Millinery store, was out of newed enthusiasm. Reports from the shop a few minutes last week, a Mercer are to the effect that Demolittle negro, named Buck Baughman, crats of that splendid county are about 10 or 12 years of age, slipped completely united in support of Wilinto the storeoom and grabbed Miss son, Helm and the entire ticket and Straub's pocket book. She came into a substantial majority is looked for the store just in time to see him. He on November 7th. dropped the purse and made off. Mr. W. B. Buchanan, who was standing DEMOCRATIC SPEAKING. near, ran him out Somerset street Democratic speakers will "shell the for some distance but the youngster woods" for Woodrow Wilson and the gave him the slip and has not been ticket during the final month before seen since. He will undoubtedly "go the election. The following dates over the road" if he shows up around have so far been announced and othtown again. ers will be given later: McKinney, Saturday. Oct. 14, 7 p. m. K. S. Alcorn, J. S. Owsley and HOW CATARRH IS CONTRACTED Mothers are sometimes so thought- Herbert Reynolds. Monday, Oct. 16, hacohh 7 Broughtontown, less a s otngelTienecedlebr p. m. iW. B. Hansford, and W. S. less as to neglect the colds which inflam-tio- n Burch. their children contract. The Richards' Schoolhouse, Monday, of the mucus membrane, at first Oct. 16, 7 p. m. T. J. Hill, Jr., M. acute, becomes chronic and the child Reynolds. has a chronic catarrh, a disease that F. North and Herbert Crab Orchard, Saturday. Oct. 21, is seldom cured and that many prove S. OwsK. 1:30 a life's burden. Many persons who ley, p. m.Hill, S. Alcorn, J.B. HansT. J. Jr., and W. have this loathsome disease will remember having had frequent colds at ford. 21, Waynesburg, the time it was contracted. A little 1:30 p. m. J. Saturdav, Oct. B. Paxton, W. S. forethought, a bottle of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy judiciously us- Burch and Rowan Sanfley. ed, and all this trouble might have BRUNER TO SPEAK HERE. been avoided. Obtainable everywhere. The republican campaign in Lincoln county will be opened here on HUGH NOE BUYS A HOME. Friday night when Dr. Ben L. Bruner Through Real Estate Dealer A. B. one of the republicans in KenFlorence, Hugh Noe, district agent tucky, will ablest at the courthouse speak for the International Harvester Com- at 7:30 o'clock. Dr. Bruner is a fine pany, with headquarters in Stanford, speaker and will undoubtedly be last week bought a nice cottage heard by a good crowd, for outside of home on Lancaster avenue from John the fact that he is a very bitter parA. Allen. This is the place which has tisan republican in politics, he is a been occupied by Kelly Francis for splendid gentleman in every way. several months. Mr. Allen will build Dr. Bruner has announced that he a nice stable for Mr. Noe, before the will be a candidate for the republitransaction is completed. The con- can nomination for governor next sideration is understood to have been time. about $2,000. -so-call- ed -- n. un-$1- 0, 5--8. DESPONDENCY. When you feel discouraged and despondent do not give up but take a dose of Chamberlain's Tablets and you are almost certain to feel all right within a day or two. Despondency is very often due to indigestion and biliousness, for which these tablets are especially valuable. Ob- News of the Churches The C W. B. M. will meet Wednesday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock at the Christian church. Presbyterian Church Service on Wednesday evening at 7:30. Service preparatory to the Communion which will be celebrated on Sunday, October 8th, at 11 a. m. Mid-Week tainable everywhere. Hie Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky, Tuesday, October 3, 1916. The Interior Journal Condensed Report S. M. Savfley, Editor axd rnorp.iETOK Entered at the postcffioe at Stanford, Ky., as second class mail matter. Lincoln County National Bank Stanford, Ky., September 12th, 1916. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. $1.50 Both issues a week, per year, $1 Twice a week, for eight months . 75c Twice a week for six months months, .40c Twice a week for three Once a week, either issue, per year. ?1 to all; Subscriptions are when time for which it is paid, is up. pa-sto- As us about a J. W. Jones i i Convertible Suit Savings Bond issue d by Democratic Ticket ViVVKV J. W. Jones & Sons "The Line That's Different" !' Resources: Loans, Stocks and Bonds Banking House Cash and Due from Banks CHICAGO $490,323.00 0,300.00 55,023.00 1 For President Woodrow Wilson. For Vice President Thomas It Marshall. For Congressman Harvey Helm. Political Announcements' The Interior Journal is authorized to an-- 1 nounce the following candidates for office subject to the Democratic primary the first Saturday in August, 1917. (Announcement fee for each county office is $10; for district office, $15; for city or magisterial office $5. Xo announcement will be made until fee is paid in advance.) FOR SHERIFF J. H. LIVINGSTON. Clothes Tailored to You no longer need Ready Cash with which to buy a made to measure Suit Convertible Suit a J. W. Jones 5 Savings Bond enables you to start saving for a suit with a few cents a week which is delivered to you within a short time. McRoberts & Bailey Total $555,646.00 Fit You 5 Interest is paid you on your savings in the form of a discount on the price of the suit you select. Stanford Liabilities: Capital, Surplus and Profits Circulation Deposits Bills Payable .. : $156,654.00 00,000.00 1 288.992.00 10,000.00 $555.646.00N Total NEWS FOR DEMOCRACY. Lafe Morgan, the "Stringtown" merchant on the Hustonville pike, brings back splendid news for Democracy from the automobile tour he and Mrs. Morgan took with their O. L. Minks and family last week. Mr. Morgan, who was in town Monday to have his I. J. marked up for another year, says that wherever he went he talked to many who have g republicans, but who been say that they intend to vote for Woodrow Wilson for president again Mr. Morgan says he in November. was surprised by the large number GOOD son-in-law, "The line That's Different" for Fall and Winter 1916 now ready for inspection 150 dependable patterns, all the seasons newest creations at $15 to $21 for life-lon- a made-to-measu- re Suit or Overcoat 200 dependable patterns, the in fabrics finest STATEMENf LINCOLN TRUST COMPANY Stanford, Ky., Sept. 12, 1916. RESOURCES: Bills, Expenses and Taxes Paid, In Bank, LIABILITIES: Capital Stock, Trust Funds, $23,136.87 167.98 3,235.49 $26,540.34 $25,000.00 1,468.65 71.69 Interest, $26,540.34 Clothing, Shoes And Hats We've bought our Fall Goods early and saved a big advance. Our stock is larger 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. ROBINSON'S New Fall Ginghams. Large Assortment of Patterns For Children's School Dresses. w. E. PERKINS, Crab Orchard, Kentucky FOR RENT. The E. B. Powell' houses. E. This is one of the best farms in residence at Hustonville. Mrs. 78-- B. Powell, Admx. Rumanian troops have crossed the the Green River Valley. next. Danube river and invaded Bulgarian It will be offered in parcels and dress with white LOST. territory, according to the official as a whole, and the best bid or bids silk collar Blue on Danville pike; reward FOR A MUDDY COMPLEXION communication issued yesterday. The for return to W. M. Adams, StanTake Chamberlain's Tablets and river was crossed between Rustchuk accepted. 78-lThe sale will be sold on the prem- ford. adopt a diet of vegetables and ce- . and Turtukaa, the latter place be- -, reals. Take outdoor exercise daily ing where the river leaves Bulga- - ises at 1 o'clock. and your complexion will be greatly i rian territory and flows northeast STRAY Red male hog came to my TERMS: cash and the improved within a few months. Try through Danube. place. Owner can get same by identibalance in one and two years. it. Obtainable everywhere. fying, paying for keep and this adv. The Germans at Eausourt l'Ab-bay- e Capt. T. D. English, Auctioneer. 7S-Jas. Stringer, R. D. in fierce fighting regained a footing in some of the buildings of that town, but west of Guedecourt Black China sow with ESTRAY. Having decided to go West, I will and east of Courcelette the British (Ads here are 1 cent a '"cord tacb issue, cash 7 pigs left my place about a month improved their positions The French informaon Reward report progress east of Bouchaves- - with order; no ad Jess than C5c each issue.) ago. to Jas. for return or R. D. 5, McCormack, Saturday, Oct. 7, 1916, tion 77-2at my place at Preachersville, on the nes. WANTED Pure Brown Leghorn Stanford. A Canadian Corporal wtih the Crab Orchard and Lancaster pike, Roosters. Mrs. F. M. Peavyhouse, sell at public outcry the following: forces in France charged a party of Phone 109-76-3- p FOR RENT. 10 acres for corn; Hustonville. 22 Germans single-hande- d and killed One family mare and a buggy; two 5 acres for tobacco; a good house; or injured all but one, whom he took cows, four calves; one FOR SALE. Four thorough- grass and other conveniences. Rent saddle mare: two yearling mare prisoner, according to a dispatch rebred Duroc boars; will weigh about for money or crop rent. Four miles mules; one side board, three sets ceived in Ottawa yesterday. 125 pounds. H. C. Anderson, Stan- from Lancaster, Ky., on Crab Orfurniture, good as new; one parlor chard road. See Mrs. J. Booth Sut74-- tf ford. 7S-- tf set; one hall tree; one organ. Lot of Henry Lewis and Miss Mary Kaufton, Stanford, Ky., R. 4. other things too numerous to men- man, of Junction City, were married FURNITURE, Mattings, Druggets, tion. at Danville last week. FINE FARM FOR SALE PRIRugs, Wall Paper. Lace Curtains, TERMS made known on day of Window Shades, Trunks, Suit Cases, VATELY. As I am going west, I sale. Sale begins at 10 o'clock, sharp. Pictures and Mouldings. W. A. Trib-ult- i, offer for sale privately my farm of loO acres. This farm is situated on J. R. RIGSBY, Preachersville, Ky. Stanford. 42tf. the Rush Branch pike, 9 miles from We offer One Hundred Dollars Inward for any FOR SALE. 21 extra good feed- Lancaster, 10 miles from Danville, case of Catcrrh tfcat cannot fce cured by Hall's ing cattle, will weigh between 900 and 3 miles from Stanford. This Catarrt Cure. to 1,000 pounds; good color. L. P. farm has two good tenant houses, 2 CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O. T. 0. of Stanford, Ky., Phone large tobacco barns and all necessary We, the nndersisued, hare known F. J. Nunnelley, FARM STOCK AND CROPS ry outbuildings. Every acre of this Cheney for the lat 'Ji years, and believe him 2211. 77-- tf perfectly honorable li. M' buiimss transactions on farm is in grass. I will sell this fine financially able to carry out any obligations WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 11, 1916 and by his firm. blue grass farm at a bargain. For made KODAK FINISHING. If you do NAT. BANK OF COMMERCE. at one o'clock p. m., on the premises not get good films or satisfactory further particulars write or phone C. Toledo, Ohio. 78-- 4 one and miles from Dan-vill- t, C. Withers, Stanford, Ky. taken internally, actlnp prints elsewhere, remember the best Hall's Catarrh on the Shakertown road, we directly upon theCure Is and mucous surfaces of and cheapest ulace. Katherine Anblood will sell at public auction the follow- the system. Testimonials cent free. Price 73 derson, Studio, 501 E. Main St. 78-- 4 One STRAYED OR STOLEN cents rtr bottle. Scld by all Drupsdsts. ing property: large sorrel brood mare. 12 years constipation. The farm of seventy-fou- r acres, Take Hall's Family PiJls for FOR SALE. One horse wagon. old, about 16 hands high, with star with dwelling; tenant house; Was made to order and has been uslarge barn with silo and other needed very little. Will sell cheap. R. K. in forehead, small scar on each knee, ed outbuildings, all in good repair. Nice Pepples, 311 East Main, Lexington, saddle marks, but no harness marks. The farm is watered by a spring and Ky., or W. H. Pepples, Stanford. Has light case of heaves, but shows never failing stream. The place is On Monday, October 9th, 1916 no sign of this when she warms up ideally located for the best markets, e FOR SALE. A registered to travel. Liberal reward will be schools and churches. Most of the county court day, I will offer my boar; an extra good one; farm is in grass and nearly all of farm for sale in front of the court weighs 175 pounds; sired by the paid for information leading to her the fencing is good. The land is house in Stanford. This place lies Grand Champion at the State return to us at Mt. Vernon, Ky. W. productive and will raise hemp and 4 2 miles south of Stanford, near B. W. Gaines, R. D. 1, Stanford. Fair. J. Sparks Company. 76-- 4 782p tobacco. Mason's Gap, and is in one mile of Will also sell our entire dairy, school. The farm contains 80 to consisting of 12 cows. 4 heifers and 100 acres, 65 or 70 of which are in 1 thoroughbred Jersey bull. Also cultivation and 25 in pasture. Most dairy equipment: Milk cooler, buck- of it is level. Has on it a ets, cans, bottles, etc. house, barn 60x30. Place is waterHORSES one combined horse, 8 ed by well and four springs. Good years old. gentle; will work any- orchard. If not sold will be rented Grade A. L. Thompson, where. on same day. 75-t- d One Stanford, Ky., R. D. No. 3. 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 The McDowell Fogle Farm on new,) one old buggy, one buckboard, Green River, five miles north of three sets harness. LibOne two horse wagon, roller, har- Liberty, on the Middleburg and offered at erty Turnpike, wiir be rows, plows, hay rake, drill, etc. CROPS. Ten tons nice timothy Public sale on hay; eight tons mixed hay, 100 bar17th, 1916 rels of corn, 125 shocks of fodder, TUESDAY, OCTOBER, 60 shocks sorghum. to the highest and best bidder. This One Cypress Incubator, two brood- ifarm consists of about 325 acres, ers, coops, etc. is first bottom. Terms made known on day of sale. about 30 of which There is on it an excellent eight W. H. SALLEE, Danville, Ky. smoh.es Col. I. M. Dunn. Auct. room farm house, with barn and out- 77-- 3 red men in the usually publican state of Illinois, who voluntarily made such a statement to him. He gave them all assurance that old Kentucky will be found in the right column when the votes are counted on the night of November 7th, rock-ribbe- of influential farmers and business for a $25 to $32 made-to-measure Suit or Overcoat Latest War News 2. I ! p. On-thi- rd 2. PUBLIC SALE CENT -A- -WORD ADS p. Y. three-year-o- ld PUBLIC SALE How's This? one-four- th Farm At Auction Black-Berkshir- 1-- five-roo- m I Cigars and V High Green River Bottom Farm For Sale Candies1 J Wfyl MkMk lKk ' ' We Can Please Every Taste Groceries, FieW Seeds, &c, &c, T. D. Newland & Son, Opposite the Court-Hous- e, FOR Heaters, Stoves, Ranges Coal Hods, Grate Guards, Shovels and Tongs, Lard Cans, Etc., See Us and Save Money The man who is particular about the cigars he is also particular about the candy he gets for his loved ones. We carry the leading local and the nationally advertised cigars and candies. And we Keep them fresh to insure their tastiest flavors. We can furnish any Kind of cigars or candy fn large quantities for special occasions at particularly attractive prices. Whether you spend a collar, a dime, or merely your time, we're always glad to see you. Phone No. 168. Stanford, Kentucky. GEORGE H. FARRIS The Penny Drug Store E. R.COLEMAN, Proprietor. PHONE NO. 2 STANFORD, KY. The Interior Journal. Stanford, Kentucky: Tuesday, October 3, Condensed Statement ot The Report of 1916. The First National Bank Of Stanford, Ky., Here,There, Everywhere Mother! Your Child Is Cross, Feverish United States Senator James P. Clarke, of From Constipation plexy Sunday.Arkansas, died of apoThe Boston Red Sox cinched the Coated, Breath Bad, pennant in the American League Stomach Sour, Clean Liver and Sunday. Bowels. Senator Ollie James will speak at Lexineton on the nitrht of October. Give "California Syrup of Figs" 24th. at once a teaspoonful today often John Maxie, of Lawrence county, was killed by a falling tree which he saves a sick child tomorrow. If your little one is out of sorts, cut down. Ed Morrow Langley, rehalf-sicisn't resting, eating and publicans, whoand John were billed to speak acting naturally look, Mother! see at Jackson Monday declined to debate if tongue is coated. This is a sure with democratic speakers. The Court of Appeals held last i sign that its little stomach, liver and week that barbering is not a necesbowels are clogged with waste. When sity, so all barber shops in the cities cross, irritable, feverish, stomach will close on Sundays. Miss Mary Rowe, 16, of Lawrence sour, breath bad and has stmoach-ach- If Tongue is Better Buy a Load or Two of Coal I Made to the Controller on Sept. 12, 1916. RESOURCES Loans, Stocks and Bonds U. S. Bonds Banking House Cash and Due from Banks I Right Now! The price has already gone up and we do not know how high it is going. The mines are running short time and cannot get cars to ship. We have a reasonable supply on hand, however, but would advise that you lay in your winter's supply as soon as possible. $264,543.60 50,000.00 6,798.50 34,479.01 $355,821.1 1 k, e, diarrhoea, sore throat, full of county, shot herself through the left lung following quarrel with cold, give a teaspoonful of "Califor- lover, and she a not expected her is to nia Syrup of Figs," and in a few live. LIABILITIES houi-all the constipated poison, unProf. J. V. Chapman, of Franklin, digested food and sour bile gently has been appointed State Rural $ 50,000.00 Capital Stock STANFORD, KEI.TUCKY moves out of its little bowels without School Supervisor to succeed T. J. grining, and you have a well, playful Coates, elected president of the East28,500.00 child gam. Surplus Fund ern Normal. Fify-thre- e Mothers can rest easy after giving 2,905. 1 3 people were injured Undivided Profits this harmless "fruit laxative," be- when the floor in the Presbyterian M. the 1916 Holt, chairman of the 50,000.00 cause it never fails to cleanse the church at Johnson City, N. Y., col- in Louisville won Association. pennant Ij Moose J.State Central Committee Bull Circulation the American has and liver and afternoon I Deposits 219,415.98 little one's stomach andbowels dearly lapsed Sunday cornerstone.during the A tax on racing and a stamp tax ; filed a full list of electors for each they sweeten the laying of the love its pleasant taste. Full directions Mrs. Isaac Stormes, aged about on beer are among proposals made as district in Kentucky, to go on the XUUU.UU Bills Payable for babies, children of all ages and 70 years, died at Brodhead last Mon- a means to increase revenue for the ballot in November, under an emprinted on each bot day and was buried on Tuesday. She State through the drafting of a new blem of a bull moose. J. L. Hoitz- for grown-up- s T.nnpnsfpr ?; tbf plpftni tle. is survived by her husband and one law which will be proposed by the (Inu $355,821.1 1 Total Beware of counterfeit fig syrups. daughter in Nebraska. The deceas- State Tax Commission. j named the Eighth district. Mr. for bot- ed was a member of the Christian Ask your druggist for a R. H. Wathen, of Lebanon, was Holt says that real Progressives will tle of "California Syrup of Figs;" church. convicted in Knox county of selling not stand for Hughes, who is backed then see that it is made by the "CalCentral University, defeated the liquor; but as the sale had been made by the special interests and the same 78-- 1 Miss Gaddis, 'Kentucky Military Institute eleven by money order the Court of Appeals "old guard" who defeated Roosevelt 'ersona1 and Social City, hasFannie visiting at of Junction ifornia Fig Syrup Company." Moreland. been in the first game at Danville Satur- held that the contract was consum- i in 1912. A large pencentage of the day, by 14 to 0. Spalding Hill, of mated in Marion county, so in an Progressives are going to vote for Mrs. Elizabeth Dillion is in LancasTO THE PUBLIC: The Dixie Rook Club will meet ter visiting relatives and friends. I have decided to postpone the sale Stanford is plaviner fullback on the opinion by Judge Hurt, it reversed Wilson according to the poll being with Miss Levisa Harris on Thursj the judgment of conviction. taken over the country. Sam Fisher came over from Dan- of my farm, stock, etc. Wm. Beck. Centre team this year. day, Oct. 5th. ville Sunday and spent the day. A Mozart party will be given FriMr. and Mrs. E. R. Hutchings left day evening at the home of Mrs. H. Danville avenue by this morning for their new home, M. Ballou on Misses Ellen Ballou and Eva Rankin. near Lexington. M. C. Newland movMrs. B. D. Carter was at Junction ed Circuit Clerk to their new home on Portland City last week with relatives and avenue Saturday. friends. Mrs. I. W. Fish and Dave Newland Mrs. Mary Penny is spending sev01 Crab Orchard, were here Tueseral davs in the country with her day. sister, Mrs. Sallie Scott. Mrs. W. S. Anderson went up to Singleton spent several Wallace davs in Cincinnati last week with Crab Orchard Monday to visit her mother, Mrs. M. J. Morgan. friends. Miss Hilda Schophfer,, of St. Louis Mrs. E. T. Beazley and little is the guest of Miss Lydia Von daughter, of Elizabethtown, are visStyles of the times the live, new models of the season now displayed for your selection. For Gruenigan. iting friends at Junction Ctiy. your "next pair" let us fit you in a Florsheim, Eclipse or W. L. Douglas Shoe. The styles are Misses Pearl and Grace Fields, of Mrs. Hallie Perkins, of the HustonHustonville, have been the guests of ville phone exchange, visited home clever and COMFORT is a feature from the first to the last day's wear, and you get the sertheir brother, Henry Fields and wife. folks here Sunday, Miss Ella Rigney, of Hustonville vice of men who know the shoe business they'll fit you right. H. H. of Cincinanti, was has been the guest of her grandpar- the guest Bruning,daughter, Mrs. T. J. of his ents, Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Rigney. Mrs. Maggie Gover and son, Shir- Hill, Jr., last week. Mrs. D. R. Hamilton, fo Louisville, ley, of Lexington, were here Monday is the guest of her brother-in-lafor a short time. Deputy Jailer John DeBorde, of Scott Hamilton and wife here. Crab Orchard, is here with his broMrs. T. F. Spink and children rether, Jailer George F. DeBorde. turned to thei'- home Saturday after Editor R. L. Elkin and wife, of a visit to relatives here. Lancaster, were here Sunday after-no- n Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Fowle of Nashto see Dave Thomas. ville, Tenn., arrived Saturday for a R. K. Pepples, of Lexington, and visit to Mr. and Mrs. N. W. Fowle ' William Pepples, of Covington, were and other relatives here. the week end guests of their parents, Mrs. B. H. Buehler, Mrs. J. W. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Pepples. Dr. i"d Mrs. W. B. O'Bannon and Bruce, Miss Mary Tracey and Miss Mrs. T. D. Raney motored to Frank- Lula May Bruce, of Danville, were fort and ppent the week end with visitors in Stanford a while Saturday. J. S. Hocker has returned from a relatives and friends. Mrs. Mary Straub has returned visit to his brother, R. W. Hocker, at Heavy Work Shoes home from Moreland where she has Kansas City and other relatives in waft in Outing Bal, Tan. Black or been the guest of her brother, B. B. the west. All Colors Pearl, $2.00 to $3.50 Mrs. E. C. Walton left this mornKing and family. $2.00 to $5.00 Mrs. Farra, of Nicholasville, join ing for a visit to her sister, Mrs. A. ed her daughter, Miss Elizabeth Far- Mims, at Catlettsburg, before joining --a, who is domestic science teacher her husband at Richmond. Mrs. R. Y. Chappell, of Corbin was in the school. Mrs. Walter W. Saunders, who re here between trains today, returning cently went to Asheville, N. C, for from Louisville, where she had been her health is doing nicely her host of the guest of relatives and freinds. H Misses Elizabeth and Mary Peavy-hous- e, friends will be glad to know. a. Mrs. E. C. Walton left this of Hustonville, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Masters here last for Catlettsburg to visit her Mrs. A. Mims. before joining week. Mrs. Will Hawkins has returned her husband at Richmond. Mrs. E. C. Jordan has returned to her home at Corbin after a visit here after spending several weeks at to her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bedell Waynesburg and King's Mountain Chancellor. with relatives and friends. Mrs. J. N. Saunders and daughter, Misses Lucy Spoonamore and Ver-ci- e Miss Sophia Saunders, were guests Hester, of Hubble, have returned of Mrs. P. E. Kemp in Louisville last home after a delightful visit to Miss week. Mary Belle Spoonamore. Miss Margaret Overstreet, of Parksville, returned home Monday THE GLIDE after a visit to her sister, Mrs. E. F. Davis. We carry this style in all sizes and widths so that we can fit Mrs. Howard Downey, of Covington has just returned home after a you accurately pleasant visit to her parents, ?Ir. and Mrs. Allen Traylor and other relaTan or Black, Typical English tives here. Tan or Black, Lace or Last "GETS-IT- " J. W. Hayden came over from ffotbiiuj But Will Do Button Paris Monday to attend a meeting This to Corns and Calluses. of the Cumberland Valley Land Co., If you've ever had corns, you've tried lots of things to get rid of them and is the guest of his sister, Mrs. M. salves that eat your toe and leave E. Welch. the corn remaining, cotton rings pop- that Misses Bessie Brackett and Coy make your corns bulge out like Wilson, both of State University. spent Wednesday in Stanford. Miss Wilson visited her brother and wife, Supt. W. G. Wilson and wife. I s Mrs. Mattie Nevius is visiting her TM v. J w son, Joe Nevius and family at Lancaster. Mr. Nevius and family will soon move to Nicholasville to make their home. ftQouaCoA Joe Rout, of Louisville, an en gineer on the main line of the L. & v N., is here to attend the funeral of vv his uncle, John W. Rout, -- . Total s J. H. BAUGHMAN & COMPANY n-- 50-ce- nt 1 ) I i THEY'RE HERE! k4 mk w, - Atfmmk Iff $wfy ffi fH. " - - A tef Corns Loosen, Lift Right Off J 1 Mrs. S. L. Burdette has returned home from Shakertown, where she has been the guest of her brother, weeks. Mrs. G. B. .r.-jTuriey. or It:cnmond. -.- w. D. TMave and T'rni'v for several -- -.- $2.00 TO $500 COME TO US FOR YOUR NEXT PAIR -, -- eyes, scissors and knives that make corns bleed and sore, harnesses and bandages that fill up your shoe, press on the corn and make your foot feel like a paving1 block. "What's the use? "Why not do what millions are doing, apply "GETS-IT.- " off take 3 seconds you and your stocking It dries, andput your reguon right away, wear loosens from lar shoes.C"Your cornoff. toe, it lifts right It's painthe way, the less. It's the common-sens- e simplest, easiest, most effective way cure. Never falls. "GETS-IT- " is sold and recommend ed by druggists everywhere. 25c a bottle, or cent on receipt of price, by IJ. Lawrence & Co., Chicago.. 111. Sold in Stanford and recommended as the world's best corn remedy Yoa Can't Hide Cora Muery. Step Pooliac Around! Ue "GETS-IT- " Toniefet nd See the Com VanUh. : her eauar.Vf . week, we.;. ...:. ;?non fc- - a .si: A:. a- -c Sparks pad fam:'.v .- son. W. B. were with 'ruce last it. Ver : -- ?' W. J. pital in Lexington, stopped by for a short visit to Mr. and Mrs. W. L. and other relatives here, en route home. Millinery at Crab Orchard. -, of Pine-vill- e, Miss Dora M -- - I '- who nas with her aunt, Mrs. W. T. D;u.:, is still ill at a hosMc-Car- ty by The Lincoln Pharmacy The ladies are cordially invited to visit my Mimnery parlors and inspect the new Fall and Winter styles. They are beautful this season and I have some very attractive patterns. Mrs. S. J. Tatem, Crab 77-- 2 Orchard. Phillips & Phillips Stanford's Biggest Store The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky: Farm and Stock News MiiF" asm '11 - Tuesday, October 3, 1916. - '! &Mi fl riiwrniM CASTOR For Infants and Children. Josiah Anderson, on the Somerset pike, sold to Holly Warfield, of the Highland section, last week a cow and calf for $62. Sig Leece, of Gum Sulphur, sold his farm on Copper Creek, last week to Guy Roberts for $1,000. Mr. Roberts has been teaching the Chapel school. Wil-mot- t's ""Vw Service First! REPUBLICAN SPEAKING The Kind You Have Always Bought ami WSd ess 33.? .hi i Bears the HKVW paJiL'S; hem Signature Promotes Digestionflmfiil-nzssaHdRest.Ccritaiiisnciilvr of Opiuai.Marlune norMacral auuuauiiguiciooaanuKcguia-ting ALCOHOL 3 PEIt CENT. AvcgelaMcPreparationforAs- - Ua Siouacte andBowdsof ( ; W i KOT NARCOTIC. BerpecfOUIfcSSGnJ'nnm Itopkta Sxd jilxScsaa IS TT"F $W DiCurtmBXicIa Starr ft - Jr' l' ?1 '" use Apcriect Remedy for Consflna- fcsglk Wftu .I H "Wonus.CoiiuilsioTis.iOTnsiiOFS-LEE- Uulliuai wiuiuuviii""""--- -. - fU , psnsSv ticss andLOSS "."T I IbcSariLi Signature of vA ImW Wit ft yfi For Over yl . NliJiVi. lotEolv,! f -- TJC?.. r. s The Csntaur Compatct, .NUW auitiv. -- Thirty Year i om m W?feo . iSii"- WffHll ''i ?! K."3 reaiKiSfe&iBJSHiaMi .,iKwTn mcr. jc -- stStSo feuarantei'tl oncerlhe j - Sill: MulV t. r- - .mr XXSv Uh j&xact EiSHgIi2223?3 topy of Wrapper. Ifl 25ir TMC CCNTAUrt 3 emPRNr'. SfflSaH MB1 S.IT. I Brodhead had an enjoyable and instructive Farmers' Chautauqua last week at which President Barker, of State University, and Prof. Mutch-le- r, of the U. S. Government farm service, were the principal speakers. Jesse Bowling, of the Walnut Flat section, together with his partner, J. L. Baker, of Clay county, had a load of mountain cattle on the market at Richmond Monday. Mr. BowlGORDON SEAT, RADIATOR AND ing went over to see them sell. Craig & Harmon, near Perryville, HOOD COVERS sold to Joe Powell of the same section of Boyle, 12 feeding steers Tailored to fit you pay after that averaged 800 pounds, at 6 2 they're fitted. cents a pound. To J. W. Funk, of 25 heiLebanon, the same firm sold SHOCK ABSORBERS fers, averaging 700 pounds, at 6 cents a pound. BUMPERS The real estate firm of Thompson Waynesburg, recent-l- v & Reynolds, of STORAGE BATTERIES sold the Willie Horton farm on the pike to J. R. Stanford and Somfrset FIRESTONE TIRES Hutchison, of Johnr.cn county, Tenn., 45 acres for S 1,500. There are about FREE AIR in the place hustling Crain & Harmon, the VULCANIZING stock buyers of the west end of Boyle, purchased quite a bunch for STORAGE shipment to the city market in the Perryville section last week. From PASSENGER SERVICE Harvey Hopper & Son they secured 25 hogs that weighed from 150 to REPAIRING 200 pounds at from $9.15 to $10 a hundred; from W. C. Carpenter & Son, they got 50 head of about the same weights at the same figure; It will pay you to from Dallas Gibson they secured 10 hogs on about the same terms; from get our prices. Grover and Wood Stigall, they purchased 55 steers that averaged 800 1-- Dr. Ben L. Bruner will address the voters of Lincoln county at the court house in Stanford Friday Evening, Oct. 6th at 7 o'clock on behalf of Charles E. Hughes and the Republican Ticket You are cordially invited to hear him. ENTERTAINED. Miss Susan Fisher Woods was hostess at two o'clock Saturday afternoon to the Daughters of the American Revolution at the September meeting. Miss Woods entertained at the home of her aunt, Mrs. Anna Engleman on Lancaster street. The meeting was called to order by the Regent, Miss Burch, who asked the Chapter to sing America. The Lord's Prayer was then lead by the chaplain, Mrs. McClary. Mrs. Richard Hocker gave most interesting sketches of her ancestry who made her elD. A. R. were hundreds of mule colts which, he says, sold all the way from $30 up to $100 according to quality. Cattle buyers were looking for stockers and prices were normal. Eat Big Meals! No Sour Acid Stomach Indigestion or Gas "Pape's Diapepsin" is Quickest, Surest Stomach Relief Known Try It fj'j,TiWKJWllgr'gJ?'j 2EEl222i2SS22 PUBLIC SALE! -- pounds at a nickel a pound, and a cow and calf for $50; from Omar Hundley, they secured half a dozen steers that averaged 800 pounds, at 5 4 cents a pound; from Charles Copenhaver, eight heifers that averaged 700 pounds at 6 cents pound; from W. C White, of aPrksville, 13 steers averaging 900 pounds at 5 2 to G cents a pound. 1-- Stanford 1-- 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 spreader; two-roCorn 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 two-- y ear-ol- d 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. HOGS Will sell 0 registered Duroc boars, last Spring farrow, sired by Champion Pals Premier, Defender's Ohio Chief, Kentucky's Fancy Colonel, Finch's Defender. The dams of these boars are daughters of Defender, The Professor and Fancy Colonel. Here is your chance to get a real high-clasboar. $ Terms made known on day of sale. Lunch served at noon. Remember sale starts promptly . it 10 a. m. P Col. I. M. Dunn and Col. John B. Dinwiddie, Auctioneers I two-hors1 1 1 1 1 1 1 CINCINNATI STOCK MARKET. Hogs Receipts 6,200 head; lower; packet's and butchers $9.75(5)10-25- ; common to choice $7.259.35; pigs and lights $5.009.15; stags $7.50 $8.75. Cattle Receipts 3800 head: steadv: steers S5.00(5)8.50; heifers $4.50(5)6.75; cows $45.75; calves lower $4.oU(a)lu. Sheep Receipts 800 head; steady, $2 6.75; lambs strong, $5 10.75. Service Station Phone 300 Service First Children's Close Call Youngsters When Somerset St Had House Burns. Narrow Escape 1 w two-hors- four-year-o- ld 1 four-year-o- ld 1 three-year-ol- two-year-o- ld Davis Store, Sept. 27. Charley Kidd had the misfortune to have his house and part of the contents to burn last week. The fire occurred a little after midnight and two of the children, who were asleep on the second floor, hd a narrow escape. Mr. Kidd is in a bad predicament as his finances are scant. The Kidd brothers, while working in the woods near here killed four rattle snakes in a few feet of one another one old snake and three young ones. Andy McKinney, of Garrard, was visiting in this secton last week. Mrs. Jennie Adams is on the sick list, but is better at this writing. Owing to the dry weather stock water is getting scarce in this section, and is also holding the farmers back in preparing their ground for Commissioner's Sale In obedience to a judgment of the Lincoln Circuit Court rendered at the May term, 1916 in the action of The Columbia Life Insurance Com-pn- y McKinney Deposit Bank on cross petition against same, the undersigned Commissioner will on Mondy, October 9, 1916, in front of the court house door in Stanford, Ky., at 11 a. m., offer for sale at public outcry' to 1-- against Richard S. Scudder and 1 wheat. From all accounts the chestnut crop will be lighter this year than usual. While A. J. Pollard and wife were attending the circus last week, some one picked the lock on his door and entered the store. He has not missed anything yet, as everything seemed to be in its right place. s, bred-in-the-purp- le PUBLIC SALE I shall sell at public auction on October 14, 1916 beginning at 10 o'clock A. M., farm of 45 2 acres, some improvements, convenient to church and school! Sit uated on the Crab Orchard and Way- j nesburg road, near Broughtontown. Live stock, tools, furniture and other things. TERMS: Cash on day of sale. JOHN BUHRER, Crab Orchard, Ky., 78-3R. F. D. No. 1. Box 92. 1-I p. PAUL FINCH, R. F. D. No. 2 Crab Orchard the highest and best bidder the tract of about 103 2 acres near McKinney in Lincoln county, Ky., bounded on the north by the land of Pile & Co. and Z. P. Smith; on the east by the McKinney and Middleburg pike; on the south by the land of J. J. Gover; and on the west by the land of Mrs. Edgar Reynolds. The object of the sale is to satisfy the judgments of the Columbia Life Insurance Co., for $150 with Sept. 5, 1914; G7c interest from interest from March $150 with 6 interest 15, 1915; $150 with 6 from March 6, 1916; $5,000 with 6 interest from March 5, 1916 as the Deposit iudgment of McKinney Bank for $4,202.85 with 6 interest from August 20, 1914, credited by $54.25 paid June 10, 1915, and $30 paid Jan. 6, 1916, and also the costs. The land will be sold on credit of 6 months, the purchser will be required to execute a bond payable to Commissioner for the costs of this action; a bond payable to the Columbia Life Insurance Co., for the amount of its judgment with accumulated interest to date of sale; & bond payable to McKinney Deposit Bank for amount of its judgment with accumulated interest to date of sale, and a bond to defendant. Richard S. Scudder for surplus, all interest of the bonds to bear 6 from dtae of sale with good personal security, beside liens on land and to have force and effect of judgment. E. D. Pennington, M. C. L. C. C. 75-3- w Time it! Pape's Diapepsin will digest anything you eat and overcome a sour, gassy or stomach surely within five minutes. If your meals don't fit comfor-abl- y, or what you eat lies like a lump of lead in your stomach, or if you have heartburn, that is a sign of indigestion. Get from your pharmacist a fifty-ce-nt case of Pape's Diapepsin and take a dose just as soon as you can. There will be no sour risings, no belching of undigested food mixed with acid, no stomach gas or heartburn, fullness or heavy feeling in the stomach, nausea, debilitating headaches, dizziness or intestinal griping. This Bowling Green, as will all go, and, besides, there will be General. A research committee com- no sour food left over in the stom-posed of Miss Carpenter and Mrs. . ach to poison your health with nau- -j W. M. Bright was appointed by the seous odors. Regent for the purpose of looking up j Pape's Diapepsin is a certain cure old archives and bits of history. Fol- for stomachs, because it lowing the program, delightful cu- takes hold oi your iood and digests cumber and peanut sandwiches with it just the same as if your stomach hot chocolate was served by the wasn't there. Relief in five minutes from all stomach misery is wating for you at COURT DAY AT RICHMOND any drug sore. T. W. Jones, of the Stanford stock These large fifty-cecases conyards attended county court day at tain enough "Pape's Diapepsin" to Richmond Monday. He reports a keep the entire family free from indigestion for big crowd on hand with a lot of cat- stomach disorders and many months. It belongs in your 78-- 1. tle, and trade fairly brisk. There home. year books had been secured and each member was presented with one. They contained the officers and programs for the coming year and were complete to the minutest detail. Aims and ambitions for the year were discussed by the Regent and in connection with her talk, Miss Carpenter read a short article of the pi'ogx-eseven smaller and younger chapters had accomplished. The D. A. R. State Convention which convenes on the 25th and 26th of this month, was brought before the chapter who elected Miss Burch as delegate with ten alternates. Mrs. Boone of Paducah is candidate for as State Regent; Mrs. Samuel Shackelford, of Frankfort, as Vice Regent, and Miss Blackburn, of s on Vice-Preside- igible to become a D. A. R. The out-of-ord- er nt out-of-ord- er nt 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 you pay me. After October 9, 1916, these notes and accounts will be put in K. S. Alcorn's hands for collection. I W. H. HIGGINS, Stanford. Whiskers Young man, if you are not going to wear a full beard V N l ' I tag. 2 S "& NOTICE TO THE List of Properties In Lincoln County and Stanford, Ky., -- FOR FOR SALE. 70 acres; 35 acres in cultivation; balance in timber; good house, barn, etc; well watered; close to school and church. Price $1,200. FOR SALE. 189 acres; house; cellar, cistern, 2 tobacco barns; 1 stock barn; 1 cow barn; 2 cribs and other buildings; 120 acres in blue grass, balance in cultivation, in heart of Blue Grass section; 5 miles from Stanford on turnpike. Price $95 per acre. 1-ry TAXPAYERS. SALE.- thing you put on it; will sell as a whole or divide into two farms. Price $40 per acre. FOR SALEj Two story, large barn; frame dwelling; splendid garden, etc; 1 mile from court house. Price $1,400.00. FOR SALE. 80 acres, unimproved land, 3 miles from Stanford, on turnpike; rich limestone soil in excellent state of cultivation. Price $75 peracre. FOR SALE 45 Acres; house; stock barn; tobacco barn; 4 2 miles north of Stanford; rich limestone soil. Price $4,350. This farm will not stay on the market long at the price. -1-- 3 miles from Stanford on turnpike; bargain r sold at once. Terms easy. FOR SALE. Modern residence; 8 rooms, 2 halls; new; cellar under all the house; hot water heat; 2 bath rooms complete; 3 squares from court house; bargain if sold at once. FOR SALE. 50 acres situated in heart of the Blue Grass section; rich limestone soil in excellent state of cultivation. Will be sold at a bargain. Easy terms. acres; 2 94 2 acres; seven FOR SALE., 238 FOR SALE. residence; 3 large large house; extra room silo; place well slock barn; all necessary out- barns; concrete land will grow any new; well watered. This buildings; fencing all vtered; all in grass; 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 I, as follows: 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. WFATHERFORD, Sheriff of Lincoln County. g Russian style then for the sake of your appearance keep neatly shaved. Neither your sweetheart nor your employer prefers to see you with a mess of sprouts on your chin half the time. begets the respect of others. Self-respe- ct Shave Every Day We sell a complete guaranteed line of tonsorial articles: 1-- 2-st- THEOLDRELIABr? Razors, Strops Soaps Styptic Pencils Soothing Ointments AT YOUR DRUGGIST. rw7T-wirannwB Safety Razors New Blades Brushes Talcum Powder A. B. Florence, Office 26 Lincoln Nat. Bank Bldg., Stanford,Ky. naaH THE LINCOLN PHARMACY, Stanford, Ky.