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WOMEN GO TO JAIL RATHER THAN SEND CHILDREN TO PUBLIC SCHOOL. Stanford, Lincoln County, Kentucky, Tuesday, October 10, 1916. Hustonville We hear that fivin Lyons has purchased his old homestead back and will move to it in the near future. Mr. Lyons is liked by all who know him. He is like all the rest who leave Lincoln county, are always glad to get back, as soon as the opportunity nresents itself. Come on Evan we are ready to shake hands with you and have you in our midat. Mrs. Arthur Spragens and daughter, of the Fork, were here Monday. Homer Combest Carson, of State University, Bowman Myers, of Trans- Highest In 44 Years President Wm. H. Shanks, of the Lincoln County National Bank, returned Saturday from Columbus, Ga., and other southern points where he has been for several weeks looking over the horse and mule and cotton markets. He says that conditions in the south are very prosperous at present. Cotton is selling at 4 16 cents a pound, the highest price it has brought growers in 44 years. The crop is rather scarce this season and this has helped the price of course. Mr. Shanks says that all of the southern states will gfve increased majorities for Wilson on November 7th, for the people fully appreciate the fact that Wilson has kept the country at peace and prosperous and they can see no reason for taking a chance on a change at such a critical stage in the affairs of the world and this country. 3-- Sherley's Great Speech Here, There, Everywhere ball 103 to 0. Dee Tucker, of Danville, sustained One of the most representative audiences that ever was gathered to a broken rib when he was attacked hear a political speaker in Lincoln by a young bull he was driving last county was present in the courthouse week. "State University's football team Monday afternoon and heard a masCentre College, of terful defense of President Woodrow overwhelmed Wilson's administration and the prin- Danville, on the former's grounds ciples of Democracy by Congress- Saturday, by a score of 68 to 0. Dr. E. E. Underwood, a colored man Swagar Sherley, of Louisville. Soon after the speaker began every physician of Frankfort, will speak on seat in the room was taken and many behalf of the republican ticket to the had to stand in the aisles. Others colored voters especially here Wednesday night at the courthouse. were unable to gain admittance. LinCashier W. M. Bright, of That Sherley's great effort did a coln County National Bank, the Stan of lot of good here, was heard on all sides. Several men who have voted ford, left Monday for Paducah, where the Republican ticket before, are re- he will attend the annual session of ported to have openly stated that the Kentucky Bankers' Association, Tuesday. they intend to vote for Wilson for which convenes of R. L. Parker in At the sale in this hour of world peril, it is no county last week, 17 Jersey time to remove the master hand from Scott sold cows the helm when he has guided the old averaging from $67 to $101 per head, $80; 3 heifers at $36, $30 ship of state through so many danand $27 each and one Hereford "null gerous passages, and that it would be the sheerest fotlv to put a green at $50. postoffice The at Biadfordsville hand in charge under present dan- was robbed last week of $05. Threo gerous conditions. Congressman used. Sherley had to catch the 2:30 train charges of nitroglyerein towere scene the Bloodhounds were taken for Louisville and consequently had but the robbers are thought to have to cut his speech short, but what he come and gone in an automobile. did say was to the point and a magSunday a E. C. Walton nificent argument in every way. A short while from was over where he Richmond, great many who heard Sherley pro- is starting off most successfully with nounced his speech, the finest they his Richmond Register, which he has had ever heard from the Democratic improved. He viewpoint. That it was a masterpiece dially welcomed is being most corto the capital of there is no gainsaying. Madison. The brilliant Louisvillian was in" John M, Parker, of New Orleans, troduced by Congressman Harvey candidate for Vice President on the Helm, of this district, with a few Progressive ticket, declared he conpertinent remarks, during which Mr. sidered the election of Hughes would Helm also called the attention of his be a calamity, and especially as it hearers to the grave danger of plung- would return to power the "Old ing this country into war if the ad- Guard" of the Republican party. ministration at Washington should The University of Virginia footbe changed at the present time. Mr. ball team with Harris Coleman of Sherley, in opening his remarks, paid this city, playing left guard, was high tribute to the good work which beaten by Yale Saturday 63 to 3. Helm has done for Democracy and Last season when Coleman was caphis people during his term of office. tain of Virginia, the southern boys IN McCHESNEY'S DATE. Through a mixup in the dates, the I. J. stated last waek that Hon. H. V. McChesney would speak for the Democratic ticket last Saturday at Liberty and at Hustonville that night. The facts are that it is next Saturday, Oct. 14th that McChesney Is billed for these two appointments. He goes to Liberty for the afternoon speech and at Hustonville that night. Big crowds are expected to hear McChesney, both afternoon and night. MIX-U- P Is Present Price of Cotton, Says W. Wins Votes For Wilson Here Monday McChesney's Correct Date H. Shanks, Back From South Frankfort High Saturday, at Somerset High defeated foot- Two Waynesburg Mothers In Jail Here to Serve Seven Days Each What They Say. Cattle Crowd Stock Pens While Hun.. dreds of Young Hybrids Sell on Streets Politics Warming Up Day seen in Stanford this year from many standpoints. A record-breakin- g crowd was on hand and there was a "world" of stock of all kinds. Oc tober court day is usually known as Mule Colt Day, and it is aptly named. There must have been three or Having failed to pay the fines of S5 and costs assessed against each of them in the county court several ylvania University, of Lexington, weeks ago for violation of the state's were here over Saturday and Sunday compulsory education law, Mrs. Mary with Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Myers. Lafe Morgan has discontinued his Tyree and Mrs. J. E. Johnson, of the store at Stringtown, near John S. "Waynesburg section of the county, Murphy's and returned to Milledge-vilwere brought to jail here Monday by went to LouisSteele & Burton Deputy Sheriff Monroe Thompson. ville by auto Sunday and returned T2ach will be required to serve seven Monday. They went in the interest days in jail on the present fines, but of getting more new Fords, but reas each declares she will not obey turned without any, as the demand is children to the law and send her probability, so great. C. W. Adams and wife and Miss Monkey Caught school, they will in all In Trap have other convictions and sentences Jessie Powell motored to Stanford ahead of them. Both women declare Tuesday and spent the day with rela- Ape Which Escaped From Circus Did that they will not send their children tives. Not Eat Poison After All Mrs. Kate Miller and children, of to school, as they are taught "nothMobile, Ala., passed through here ing but lies" in school." Mrs. Johnson, who is a step daugh- Wednesday with her father, LawThe famous Sparks circus monkey ter of Mrs. Tvree. is a daughter of rence Brown, enroute home after a has been captured at last. Dr. Hugh Samuel Tyree, of the Waynesburg pleasant visit to her parents. Reid thought that poison he had put An election in this magisterial out after several raids upon the fine section ,where they have lived for about three years, having moved district will be held on Nov. 7th, the poultry of his son, John 0. Reid, there from Whitley City. Mrs. John- regular election day for the purpose had "got" the ape last week, but he son calls herself an evangelist of the of voting for or against stock of all was mistaken. The monk showed up Church of God and eenies the report kinds runniing at large on the public safe and sound in a large tobacco that she is a holy roller. When inter- highway or the outside lands. The barn a few days later, so the Messrs. viewed this morning by an I. J. repre- outlook now is for a large majority Reid fixed a box trap for him, baited sentative, Mrs. Johnson, who is the in favor of the law being enforced it well, and he was found in it Sunevangelist of this church, called the as a great many turn stock on the day. Dick Robb and Walter Hiatt Church of God, said that they had outside to worry and damage others brought him to town and exhibited Christ. She said. that they cannot keep in place at him at the Bailey Garage. Several nn prppd. "The law can compel us to go to . their own premises. A small collec- offers have been made for him, but M V.J- AnMji4lie Tf tion of money is necessary to defray Dr. Reid is endeavoring to learn the n.3 wv, UUk taniiuu nut nnmnal uiii. JUU, children to school, where expenses for said election so all who whereabouts of the Sparks show to send our they are taught nothing but lies by feel like giving a little will do so at return the monk to his owners. He teachers who are not christian, and once, as it most be attended to at is a valuable animal and Mr. Sparks the books that they study are once to make it a success on Nov 7th. left word when his circus went away J. Wesley Hughes, of McKinney, that he would pay a substantial refull of lies. It is against our belief to send our children to school, as was here Wednesday morning getting ward for the capture and return of they are given to us to train them repairs for his new residence. the brute. Monkeys are said to have Miss Bessie Barker, of Asheville, advanced considerably in price on the way we think best and it is our duty to keep our children at home N. C, was the attractive guest of account of the war. Animal trainers and teach them the Word of God and Miss Susie Blain over Tuesday night. and hunters of Africa are now said Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Carpenter are to be hunting each other, according not send them to school to be taught by man, claiming that God is able to in New Castle, Ind.,. to their nationality, instead huntJ. G. Weatherford left last week ing wild beasts for Americanof make wise the simple." Mrs. Johnmenag" son quoted, "Let every man be fully for Birmingham, Ala., to join Beecher eries. persuaded in his own mind," Romans Adams and a party to go on a fish14-saying that .she had a right ing expedition. Dunn to her belief as to how to train her Bowling Sandidge left last week for MRS. BOREING ASKS DIVORCE. Green to complete a course children. Suit has been filed in the Bell cirof study he started some time back. - Itfrs. Johnson is the mother of five cuit court by Mrs. Gertrude Boreing, Rev. R. L. Brandenburg, of the asking for a divorce from her hus.children from the ages of one to 13 old. Her husband is working in Baptist church here, arrived last Fri- band, John R. Boreing, of London. Tna6hine shops at New Castle, Intl., day from Madison county, where he Mrs. Boreing also asks for the custody of her three children and alimo" and came here last week and wanted held a great meeting for two weeks. Miss Margaret Rout, of Junction ny in the sum of $25,000. .. to .pay his wife's fine and move his They family to New Castle, but his wife City, accompanied her father here were married in August, 1906. Mrs. Monday and spent a short time. ,' "refused to go, saying that she would Boreing is the daughter of R. B. Lo-Mrs.H. C. Williams and sister, of gan a prominent lawyer and capitalLjtfffctfoouiitil afteishe had served her ' time in jail as it was her cross and Lawrence county, motored here ist of Pineville. She has been makthe graves of that she must bear it, as her Savior Monday to see after George A Wil- ing her home with her parents there their father-in-lasuffered the cross for her. since she and her husband separated. liad Mrs. Johnson has been going to liams and wife. They were accom- Mr. Boreing is the son of the late M. Vincent Boreing, who IRockcastle and McCreary counties panied to the cemstery Squire A. represented the Eleventh district in Congress for several years as an evangelist of Frye. the Church of God, and holding several terms. The wife asks the I. O. O. F. AT LANCASTER meetings. She says that she has a court for $150 a month pending the call to come to Laurel county,but has The Grand Lodge of Kentucky outcome of the trial. Attachments not had time to go. Both Mrs. Tyree Odd Fellows will meet in Louisville have been issued against Boreing's and Mrs. Johnson seem perfectly con- this week. Will Cordier and Ed property to prevent him from dispostented in jail, as they claim that is Scott will attend as delegates from ing of any part of his estate, estimais their cross to bear and say they the Stanford lodge. Quite a num- ted to be worth $40,000. are willing to bear with it trusting ber of local Odd Fellows are preparing to go to Lancaster Friday evetheir Master. WEST BUYS GARRARD FARM Jailer George Deborde did not in- ning when a delightful entertainjail ment will be given at the school aucarcerate the two women in the J. W. West, who recently sold his proper. For one reason, it is already ditorium by children from the Odd home on the edge of Stanford to full with men, of both colors, and Fellows Home at Lexington. A small George W. Carter, bought last week then, too he is able to keep them am- admission will be charged, and a de- of Sam Archer his farm of 51 acres ply safe and secure in the jail office lightful evening is said to be assured. in the Point Leavell section of GarWorn and to afford them a little more rard county. West gets possession privacy than they would have in the Acids In Stomach about the first of November when he will move his family to their new main cell room. Mr. Deborde's achome, much to the regret of their tion in this regard is being generally Sour Che Food and commended, for it is felt that these many friends in this section. The women are, probably the victims of Archer farm is a Cause Indigestion good land, about nice little place of some sort of religious belief or halseven miles from lucination, and not in the same cateLancaster. Mr. West paid $100 an gory with the usual run of malefac- 'Pape's Diapepsin" Fixes Sour, acre for it. tors. Mrs. Johnson was not feeling Gassy, Upset Stomachs Mr. veil Tuesday morning, so thought S. S. CONVENTION ADJOURNS it suggested that if she In Five Minutes. The State Sunday School ConvenTiecessary he would secure a physition adjourned at Somerset Saturday cian at once. The woman indignant-l- v If what you just ate is souring on after addresses by Rev. Dr. R. H. repulsed his kindly offer, however, lump of or lies like declaring: "You know, we do not your stomach to digest, or ayou belch Crossfield, President of TransylThe lead, refusing vania University, and Dr. John R. in having doctors." believe accommodating jailer, says, however, gas and eructate sour, undigested Sampey, of the Southern Baptist food, or that she will certainly have one this heartburn,have a feeling of dizziness, Theological Seminary. Officers were time, if she gets really sick while in in mouth fullness, nausea, bad taste elected as follows: President, Wiland stomach headache, you liam B. Gragg, Somerset; Vice Preshis charge. can surely get relief in five minutes. ident, James B. Woods, Maysville; Ask your pharmacist to show you Treasurer, Clarence Watkins, LouisCrab Orchard. the formula, plainly printed on these ville. Maysville was picked for the fifty-cecases of Pape's Diapepsin, next convention. Are you a lover of old fashioned then you will understand why dysflowers? If so by all means come see peptic troubles of all kinds must go, SUGAR GROVE HONOR ROLL the Junior Living Flower Garden and why it relieves sour, Grade 1. Elbert James, Herbert Tiext Thursday night, Oct. 12. The stomachs, or indigestion in five min will begin promptly utes. "Pape's Diapepsin" is harmless; James, Robert Livingston. entertainment Grade at 7 o'clock. Admission for reserved tastes like candy, though each dose James. 2. Clara Adams, Garland 25c. will digest and prepare for assimilaseats will be 35 cents. Adults, Grade 3. James Livingston, Ad-di- e Children 15 cents. There you will tion into the blood all the food you Tucker. see your favorite flower in all its eat; besides, it makes you go to the Grade Elda French, Bertie beauty. If you wish to make your table with a healthy appetite; but Livingston,4. Myrtle Tucker, Rachel peep what pleases you most, is that you old heart happy come take a Tucker, Mack William Tucker, Jas. into memory's mirror and see the feel that your stomach and inteslit- tines are clean and fresh, and you Tucker. Doll drill by the tiny tots. These Manning, JoseGrade 6. tle mothers will make you feel you will not need to resort to laxatives phine Tucker. Gracie of liver pills for biliousness or constiare a child again. Then be sure Grade 8. Iva Anderson, Pearl to hear and talk with the angel, who pation. This city will have many "Pape's Boone, Jane Tucker. came straight from heaven only a Tucker School Honor Roll few years ago. Would you like to Diapepsin" cranks, as some people Folowing are the names of the puwill call them, but you will be enthumeet the devil? Let us introduce you pils according to rank in grades: to him Friday night. Persephone will siastic about this splendid stomach Grade 1. Margaret Dillion. preparation, too, if you ever take it make you glad you came. There will Grade 2. Necia Adams. be something to entertain you every for indigestion, gases, heartburn, Grade 3j Jim Henry Dillion. sourness, dyspepsia, or any stomach moment you are there and the "BeGrade 4. Christie Tschanz. tween Acts" you will certainly enjoy. misery. Grade 5. Byrd Boone. Get some now, this minute, and rid Grade 6. May Cook. yourself of stomach misery and indiWHEN YOU TAKE COLD Grade 7. Isabel Dillion. 80-- 1 gestion in five minutes. With the average man a cold is a Grade 8. Sarah Cook. Grade 9. Louise Nickula. serious matter and should not be Grade 10. Mae Adams. trifled with, as some of the most TREES Grade 11. Ira Adams. dangerous diseases start with a comOur attendance was over seventy mon cold. Take Chamberlain's Cough Fruit and Shade Trees, Shrubs, RhuRemedy and get rid of your cold as barb, Grape Vines, Asparagus, Roses per cent, for the past month and the quickly as possible. You are not ex- Phlox, Peonies, etc. No Agents. New parents are urged to help keep up perimenting when you use this rem- Catalog Free. Everything for Or- this good record. We are planning to have a pie supper soon to get us a edy, as it has been in use for many chard, Lawn, Garden. book case and some more books. H. F. HILLENMEYER & SONS years and has an established reputaWatch for the announcement of the Lexington, Ky. opium or other tion. It contains no date. Nurserymen Since 1841 Obtainable everywhere. narcotic. e. -nt Monday was the biggest Court I - - four hundred of the young hybrids on the streets here Monday, and a great many of them were sold. The nrices depended largely upon the quality. The top figure of the day was $110, which was received by Ben Cohen, a colored fanner on the Danville pike for a female colt out of a splendid brood mare which brings him a high class mule every year. Several breeders got $100 for extra classy colts. There was also a healthy demand for aged mules and these sold all the way up to $225 a head. So far as could be learned by the I. J., this was the top price of the day and was paid by Bright, Ingram & Fox, of Danville to J. C. McDonald, of West Fork, Tenn., for an extra choice mare mule, about seven years old. The stock pens were loaded to their capacity, close on to 2,000 head being weighed up during the day. Some steers of extra good feeding quality were among the offerings, being brought down by the Tennessee bovs who are regulars on the market in Stanford. Top prices for feeders and sloppers were rom $6.75 to $7 a hundred, mighty few reaching the 5, rs " w, defeated the great eastern university, 10 to 0. The residence of A. Davis was destroyed by fire at Lebanon Junction early last woo'. Several other buildings were destroyed and the Methodist church was .sl'ghtiy damagby ined. The loss is partly surance. Virgil Hanby, 49 ye'irs o'd, a farmer near Springfield, was seriously injured by the veinatr.re explosion of dynamite while Howing up stumps on his farm. He was using straw to set the explosive of and a sudden wind brought the tlai.ms ir contact BRUNER FAILS TO SHOW UP with a cap, which set off a charge Republicans of Stanford and Lin- within a few myites of where Hanbv coln county were somewhat disap- stood. His right hand was badly torn, pointed here Friday night when Dr. and the flesh blown r.ff a large porBen L. Bruner failed to show up for. tion ofthe left leg; his speaking appointment at the court house. The campaign comBATTLE ROYAL IN GREEN mittee sent instead Attorney J. M. A dispatch from Greensburg, Green Robsion, of Barbourville, who is said to have made a good speech from a county, Monday, said: republican standpoint, but, of course Luther Sneed is dying, his brother, not up to the argument that a sea- Mont Sneed, is seriously wounded, soned campaigner and veteran like Will and AI Rogers, and Will Rogers' Dr. Bruner would have delivered. daughter, and Mrs. D. E. Hayes are Democrats who heard Robsion, say slightly wounded as a result of a he did not hurt Wilson's chances in battle at the Hayes home on the Cab-be- ll farm, in this county, Sunday. the least, so there you are. cc-eie- maximum figure, however. Medium stuff and heifers sold around a nickel a pound. Simon Weil, of Lexington, bought a herd of 212 sloppers during the day, from different parties, paying up to $6.75 for them. politics in the crowd during the day. Interest in the presidential race is increasing rapidly. The courtroom was too small to accommodate the crowd which gathered to hear Congressman Sherley, of Louisville, who spoke on behalf of the Democratic ticket. Considerable interest was manifested in the secret straw vote which was taken in the crowd on Main street by the local correspond- There was considerable talk on ent of the Cincinnati Enquirer. The result will not be known until it is published in the Enquirer, as each man's straw ballot was sealed by himself and all were sent unopened to the Enquirer at Cincinnati. Merchants and business men of Stanford report a very satisfactory business during th2 day. The hard rain which came up during the afternoon, made the farmers all feel mighty good, and followed by a very appreciable drop in temperature, made a keen demand for heavier apparel, which the merchants with winter stocks on display, do not object to in the slightest. LOCAL ELEVEN SMOTHERED. The worst defeat the Stanford football team has ever sustained was administered to it Saturday when the Eastern State Normal eleven walloped Stanford High 44 to 0. The Normalites, however, outweighed the local lads 25 to 30 pounds to the man, and the defeat was not an inglorious one by any means. Stanford made a hard, game fight, but Normal was too big. This was the first game of the season for Stanford, and she will do better later in the season. SCUDDER FARM BRINGS $102 Master Commissioner E. D. Pennington Monday sold Richard S. Scudder's farm of about 103 acres, located southwest of McKinney to F. M. Ware, father of Mrs. Scud-d- ei at $102 an acre. The sale was made to settle several judgments against Mr. Scudder. The McKinney Deposit Bank, was the contend- FOR A MUDDY COMPLEXION Take Chamberlain's Tablets and adopt a diet of vegetables and cereals. Take outdoor exercise daily and your complexion will be greatly improved within a few months. Try it. Obtainable everywhere. Latest War News Apparently satisfied with the rec" ord of at least six boats sunk Sunday, or possibly short of torpedoes, the German submarine raids on De-Bor- de nt out-of-ord- er steamers off Nantucket were not Meanwhile, Monday. continued however, the operations of the German underseas craft so close to the American shore has created a situation which President Wilson and Secretary of State Lansing will discuss Tuesday at Shadow Lawn. Already the President has announced that Germany "will be held to the complete fulfillment of its promises to the United States" concerning submarine warfare. Details of the sinking of the four British and two neutral vessels which have been brought in by persons who were aboard some of them indicate that no lives were lost in the hurried transfer from the steamers to the ships' small boats. Torpedoboat destroyers have not yet located the crew of the steamer Kingstonian, but the belief prevails that the men may have been picked up by some east-boumerchantman. According to Berlin the Rumanian troops are retreating. The Teutons recaptured Toerzburg, fifteen miles southwest of Kronstadt. In considerable force the Serbians have crossed the Cerna River into Serbia and captured Skochivir and other positions. Considerable hard fighting has tak en place in the region west of Lutsk, but the results are clouded by contradictory reports. nd Adair county, arrived at the Hayes home Sunday and took possession of the place running Hayes off. They brought them the daughter of Will Rogers, whom they had forced to accompany them, and held Mrs. Hayes and her daughter in the house. Meanwhile, the Rogers brothers had collected a crowd of about twenty-fiv- e men, heavily armed and made an attack on the Sneeds, who had entrenched themselves in the Hayes home. The Sneed boys returned the fire and about two hundred shots were exchanged before Luther Sneed fell mortally wounded. Mont Sneed, tho known to have been badly wounded, made his escape. Mrs. Hayes and the Rogers girl were struck by stray shots and though both Will and Al Rogers were in the thick of the fray, their wounds are not serious. Posses are in search of Mont Sneed. It is feared that trouble will result from the battle, as there is great excitement in the vicinity. in The Sneed boys, who live at Grady-vill- e, ing bidder. Don't Scold Mother! The Cross Child Is Bilious, Feverish! Look at Tongue! If Coated, Clean Pepples. 1. Mark Boone, Grade Gooch, Lewis Gooch, Frank Little Stomach, Liver, Cook Miller. Bowels GOSHEN HONOR ROLL Grade 6. Albert Dudderar, Earl Gooch. Frade 5. Sue Dudderar, William F. Gooch, Fleecie Gooch, Bessie Wilcox. Grade 3. Helen Gooch, Elizabeth James Holtz-claw, Don't scold your fretful, peevish child. See if tongue is coated; this is Presbyterian church Mid-wea sure sign its little stomach, liver service, Wednesday evening at 7 o'and bowels are clogged with sour clock. Come! waste. The Methodist church is planning When listless, pale, feverish, full does an every member canvass nert Sunof cold, breath bad, throat sore, not eat sleep or act naturally, has day afternoon. The entire memberstomach ache, indigestion, diarrhoea, ship has been divided into ten routes, give a teaspoonful of "California each to be visited by a committee, Syrup of Figs," and in a few hours that will solicit every member and all the foul waste, the sour bile and friend of the church to make a sysfermenting food passes out of the tematic weekly contribution to the bowels and you have a well and play- support of the church in all of its deful child again. Children love this partments, using the duplex envelope HOW CATARRH IS CONTRACTED harmless "fruit laxative," and moth- for offerings. It is urged that every Mothers are sometimes so thought- ers can rest easy after giving it, be- member of the church who is not on remain at less a s otngelTienecedlebr -- hacohh cause it never fails to make their lit- the visiting committee home Sunday afternoon. The work is less as to neglect the colds which tle "insides" clean and sweet. Keep it handy, Mother! A little expected to be completed in two or their children contract. The inflam-tio- n mucus membrane, at first given today saves a sick child tomor- three hours. of the acute, becomes chronic and the child row, but- get the genuine. Ask your DESPONDENCY. bottle of "Calhas a chronic catarrh, a disease that druggist for a When you feel discouraged and is seldom cured and that many prove ifornia Syrup of Figs," which has di a life's burden. Many persons who rections for babies, children of all despondent do not give up but take a plainly on dose of Chamberlain's Tablets and have this loathsome disease will re ages and for grown-up- s bottle. Remember there are you are almost certain to feel all member having had frequent colds at i the the time it was contracted. A little counterfeit? sold here, so surely look right within a day or two. Desponforethought, a bottle of Chamber and see that yours is made by the dency is very often due to indigesIain's Couh Remedv Judiciously us- - California Fijr Syrup Company." tion and biliousness, for which these ed, and all this trouble might have Hand back with contempt any other tablets are especially valuable. Ob80-- 1 tainable everywhere. been avoided. Obtainable everywhere, fig syrup. ek News of tj-- 2 Churches - 50-ce- nt - Page Two ithe Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky, Tuesday, October 10, 1916. Be Fr Thenou cai do yo0M f XOmXtJf. a Man with Moiveif.I1 1 jpjy-EaMaBgfta- I la s., IIS! t i? 1&&2& M milt? rfesssis!'fe'rcaa y $, Men's Clothes 1""!fi Itpq Cji2.' ,7 Vrjnr5eEHKu9B!YTMliEIHIHHHCi3?rfvli jfe : A';Sil'ri:aBMEBlBlB pan IvyOWMi 111 4 have jcrf& Mori& iewi jWft (SSIBjiwot gglt158ri6flfg2gEiflP HHHHRhIi "How did he leave her?" That's the question you often hear asked. How are YOU going to leave her?" That's the question for you to answer. Are you BANKING your money so that you won't add to her sadness the misery of WANT? Our Bank is a safe place for your money. Put YOUR money in OUR bank. We pay 3 per cent interest on time deposits. We do not claim that our Men's Suits are in a class to themselves nor the best in the world but we do claim for our Collegian Clothes, that nobody puts more style into a coat, nor makes one that fits prettier, whether the prevailing style is a form-fittin-g or loose back, broad or narrow shoulders. A coat to be perfect must have that close fitting collar; that graceful curve of the shoulder lapels that fold alike on each side, and a front that hangs snug to the body. When you see a perfect fitting coat here, just pull back the front and see if it does not bear the COLLEGIAN label. We show these perfectly tailored all wool suits in serges, cassimeres and worsteds, sizes 33 to 50 $15, $17, $20, $25. At $10 and $12.50 we show you all wool suits in the present styles, and one you will not be ashamed to wear. taw " The Lincoln County National Bank Stanford, Kentucky McRoberts & Bailey, Stanford 'Visit Out OistomllsdlowAsm Department 9 !IsMV1Ni JtHStfCl J'MW'raaHTJMf rl 'ml at I' , STATEMENr LINCOLN TRUST COMPANY Stanford, Ky., Sept. 12, 1916. jzlWm&fot ntfiiiK'xt. gJ-MfV- ?This store is tfie authorized" resident deafer for I The RoyalTailors Chicago Jkw YbrH. f J -- Jtioial tailored RESOURCES: Bills, $i8L0t$2o,$25,$3o,$35 and $40. Suits and Que reacts Sf i 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, The Interior Journal S. M. $26,540.34 Savflet, Editor and To buy a small imWANTED. proved farm. See or write J. M. Rey80-4nolds, Waynesburg, Ky.. p. I will TEorRiETOB Entered at the postcfioe at Stanford, Ky., as second class mail matter. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. $1.50 Both issues a week, per year, $1 Twice a week, for eight months 75c Twice a week for six months 40c Twice a week for three months, $1 Once a week, either issue, per year to all; Subscriptions are when time for which it is paid, is up. pa-sto- OYSTERS delightfully served in different styles; hot drinks and othThe Princess, er refreshments. 80-- 1 Stanford. Rugs, Wall Paper, Lace Curtains, Window Shades, Trunks, Suit Cases, Pictures and Mouldings. W. A. Trib-bl- FOR FURNITURE, Mattings, Druggets, Stanford. 42tf. Heaters, Stoves, Ranges Coal Hods, Grate Guards, Shovels and Tongs, Lard Cans, Etc., See Us and Save Money e, A FINE BUSINESS CHANCE. sell my line of general merchandise at the Cross Roads, two and one-ha- lf miles northeast of Eubank. This stock will invoice from $1,000 to $1,500. The goods are clean and new. This is a splendid location for a store. I will take $500 down and give good time on the balance; will either rent or sell the building tne goods are in. C A. WELLS, Waynesburg, Ky., R. D. 3. To the Public: I represent the largest and best madc-te-1- J order clothing house in this country i'U V. Pri'e anil Co., Chicago. III. My experience in measuring and directing the mating of yotir clothes, gives me the advantage over one who is not a practical tailor. If you will give me your order, I will promise you 3. square deal. You will get the worth of your money, either in the, cheapest grades or the? hipher prices. 3Iy FALL and WlNTEE? line of samples is now ready for your inspection. Can now and let me show vou. Practical Tailor Tr T7 MTI HP n IVUJr.LtEj V Stanford, I Ky. Democratic Ticket FOR SALE. A Victrola in splendid shape; cost $50 originally but will be sold for considerably less, and will give half dozen records with it. 79-- 3 Apply this office. FOR SALE. 21 extra good feeding cattle, will weigh between 900 to 1,000 pounds; good color. L. P. Nunnelley, Stanford, Ky., Phone 77-- tf 2211. GEORGE H. FARRIS For President "Woodrow Wilson. For Vice President Thomas R Marshall. For Congressman Harvey Helm. Handle fDental Creams I 1 2?w? n&ijn' II Tooth Brushes Healthful ,. whitc that Encourage VjV (" WW SHOES for the whole kind that will give you service Crab Orchard, Kentucky familythe W. E. PERKINS, Groceries, Field Seeds, &c, &c, T. D. Newland & Son, Opposite the Phone No. 168. -- KODAK FINISHING. If not get goou films or satisfactory prints elsewhere, remember the best An There have been straws sailing by, and cheapest place. Katherine 78-4 derson, Studio, 501 E. Main St. showing that the breeze was blowing in the president's direction. But FOR SALE. 1915 Ford five-pa- s when a man like Ford, who carried senger car in good condition; other two states in a Republican primary makes of used cars at bargain prices. comes out openly for him, it looks to W. W. Hays, Stanford, Ky.80-t-Phone f. us, like the wind is getting brisk 158. enough to carry heavier objects than FOR RENT. 40 acres for corn; straws. Its getting up to the point 5 acres for tobacco; a good house; where it will just about carry a fence grass and other conveniences. Rent for money or crop rent. Four miles rail. from Lancaster, Ky., on Crab Orchard road. See Mrs. J. Booth Sut7S-- tf A desperate New Yorker charged ton, Stanford, Ky., R, 4. the President with being of Southern parentage and the Kansas City Star FINE FARM FOR SALE PRIput it under the head of "scored." VATELY. As I am going west, I And so were Abraham Lincoln's par- offer for sale privately my farm of ents and Roosevelt's mother, for that 150 acres. This farm is situated on matter. It has come to a pretty pass the Rush Branch pike, 9 miles from in these days of no East, no West, no Lancaster, 10 miles from Danville, North, no South, but one great com- and 3 miles from Stanford. This mon country, to spring sectionalism. farm has two good tenant houses, 2 It shows to what straits of Republi- large tobacco barns and all necessacans are reduced for issues. ry' outbuildings. Every acre of this farm is in grass. There is a nice house of 7 rooms, everlasting water and good orchard. I will sell this fine you do I y. y ,, WW urjB-f- c; '3 Bm W Vl'5ifi ' W T T-- r -i - Don't Neglect Your Teeth a Day quire the habit of brushing the teeth daily. Parents can do their children a lifetime favor by encouraging the proper use of the tooth brush until it becomes a regular habit. The best and easiest way to acquire this I habit for both parent and child is to use a tasty dentifrice. Every person young" and old should ac- can furnish you with any of the best dental creams, powders or liquids. Also tooth brushes in all stylesand prices. We CENT -A- -WORD ADS The Penny Drug Store. E. R.COLEMAN, Proprietor. PHONE NO. 2 STANFORD, KY. (Ads here are 1 cent & word each issue, cash with order; no ad less than 25c each issue.) blue grass farm at a bargain. For further particulars write or phone C. C. Court-House, FOR SALE. Three registered, nine weeks old bird pups; are pointing now; you can't beat them. C. A. Manning, Danville, at Farris' Stable. 80-2- p. Withers, Stanford, Ky. 78-- 4 Stanford, Kentucky. LOST. Male fox terrier, with black and white spots; strayed from the Cook farm; suitable reward for 80-- 2 return to W. M. Hollar. List of Properties In) Lincoln County and Stanford, Ky., FOR SALE. 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. 80 acres, unimproved land, 3 miles from Stanford, on turnpike; rich limestone soil in excellent state of cultivation. Price $75 per acre. house; 2 FOR SALE. barns, etc. Well watered; 38 acres in cultivation, balance in grass; 5 miles from Stanford. Price $50 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. FOR SALE. 188 acres; 8"room house; large barn; concrete silo; fencing all new; good community; all in grass. Price $75 per acre. Terms easy. Modern residence; FOR SALE, Two story, "Bay the Best" The Superior Grain Drill Is Still in the Lead! LOST. A lady's red sweater between Danville and Stanford. Reward for return to Mrs. Bud 80-- 2 Stanford. LOST. A black, white and tan male hound and a black and tan male hound, $10 reward for return 79-- 4 to C. F. Rankin, Hedgeville. Try One! FOR SALE. Twin Indian motorcycle, fully equipped; a bargain of sold at once. C. E. Mobley, McKin-ne80-4- p Ky. y, per acre. W. H. HIGGINS ESTRAY male hog came to my place a couple of weeks ago; has an under bit out of left ear. Owner can get same by paying keep and this ad. Dank Ball, Hubble, Ky. 801p FOR SALE. frame dwelling; large barn; splendid garden, etc; 1 mile from court house. Price $1,400.00. FOR SALE. 189 acres; house; cellar, cistern, 2 tobac: barns; 1 stock barn; 1 cow barn; 2 cribs and other buildings; 10 acres in blue grass, balance m cultivation, in heart of Blue Grais section; 5 miles from Stanford on turnpike. Price $95 per acre. Easy terms. FOR SALE. 188 acres; house; large stock barn; concrete silo; all new fence; most all in grass. Price 457 per acre. Terms easy. -- A. B. Florence, Office 26 Lincoln Nat. Bank BWg., Stanford,Ky. The Interior Journal. Stanford, Kentucky: Tuesday, October 0, 1 age Th ree BS&&2 Condensed Statement ot The Report of The First National Bank Of Stanford, Ky., Made to the Controller on Sept. 12, 1916. RESOURCES Loans, Stocks and Bonds $264,543.60 U. S. Bonds 50,000.00 Banking House 6,798.50 34,479.01 Cash and Due from Banks Total LIABILITIES Capital" Stock Surplus Fund Undivided Profits Circulation Deposits Bills Payable ...1 $355,821.1 1 $ 50,000.00 28,500.00 2,905. 3 50,000.00 2 9,4 5.98 5,000.00 1 1 1 Total Personal and Social J. J. Painter spent today at Brod- i I I $355,821.1 Crab Orchard with his family. - 1 August Ridder spent Sunday e T"i.. uj5l irv: "a?"k ws """ at Wcia "' " 'fhead with home folks. ' Mrs. Fannie Todd, and Mrs. Mills, . ,, 1T, Dan Mrs. J. W. Acev is the guest of her mother, Mrs. Hughes at Lancas- - "V" r:.-- f ' iif TiSylo'r ? hp?Ils? 1 tor here. ,AIli,e Iantis' of Lancaster, Mrs. J. B. Paxton spent the week! JL"L " sues uj. mis end in Lancaster with her mother, tie Carson. Mrs. Jane Robinson Miss Sophia Alcorn came home Mr. H. J. Mullins, of Mt. Vernon, and has returned home after a visit to from Danville folks. spent the week end with home his son, C. H. Mullins and family. Miss Annette Wray, of Danvile, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Ware and famiwas the guest of Miss Frances Tate ly motored to Somerset and spent the Sunday. week end with relatives and friends. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Fields, of Mr. James Collett and daughter, were the guests Sunday of Miss Ruth, of Georgetown, are visit- Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Dudderar. ing D. D. Collett and family at Miss Emily Murphy has returned Preachersville. her home at Shelby City after a visit Mrs. William Hopper and little her daughter, Elizabeth Jane, of Louis- to Mrs. aunt, Mrs. George F. DeBorde. Ben Spalding, of Lebanon, ville, are the guests of Mrs. Kittie was the week end guest of Mr. and Hopper and other relatives. Dr. P. W. Logan, of Knoxville, Mrs. Bailey Hill. A. Keith, of Maysville, is returned home today after a visit to theMrs. S. of her father, N. W. Fowle guest Mr. J. S. Hocker and other relatives Hus-tonvill- x to PineLiIle HarIan . Mrs' Wallace Waiter has returned me after spending two weeks at Somerset. ail S?rf " Lexington1. Sim day. T'ie Illnu. "Ecu Have Always Bought, and winch has heen. Mr. James Peek and family were in use for over SO years, has home the signature of guests of Mr. H. F. Martin and Hiss Mattie Wilcher is the guest of the ami. has heen n:ado under his per- family last Sunday. Or9 y . . s? Mrs. James H. Messer at Crab . :.n iiuuiK'y. crioi tjupi-i- . noiuu bihvw ita i -- x9 fy-7-p chard. Misses Bettie Peek and Ida Martin Mrs. Cal Nevius and children have attended the institute at Stanford last All Counterfeits, Imitations and tTi:st-as-goare hut been the guests of Mrs. A. H. Bastin week. Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of at Lancaster. Mr. and Mrs. K. L. Martin celeInfants and Children Experience against iExperimeat. C. R. Tartar, O. C. Tartar, Marion brated their twentieth anniversary on the second. Garrett and Henry Wesley, of were here Monday. A box supper will be given here at Mrs. G. G. Perry and son, Igo the school house the last of this Perry, are over from Richmond to- month. Everyone is cordially invited Cnsforia is a harmless snhstitute for Castor Oil, Pareday, visiting friends. The proceeds will go for the benefit goric, Irops and Soothing Syrups. is pleasant. It Mrs. S. J. Tatem, of Crab Orchard of the school. contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic is in Louisville buying the latest school is very nicesubstance. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys Worms styles in fall and winter millinery. ly Thethis place. progressing been some at There has iind allays ITcverishness. For more than thirty years it Mrs.S. M. Helm, of Turnersville, district. School over has heen in constant use for the reliel of Constipation, left Monday for a visit to her sister, sickness in the those who have isnever half out and Flatulency, Wind Colic, all Teelhvijjj Troubles and Mrs. Haun, at Knoxville. a Diarrhoea. It regulates the tionii.ea and Bowel?, W. Porter Robinson, a well known missed Jim day are as follows: Ollie Peek, assimilates the Food, giving healthy r.:-- . natural fcleto. farmer of the Hedgeville section, jf Peek, Ella Peek, Angie Bertha Tabitha Reich-enbacChandler, The Children's Panacea The Tilotiici-'-s rricad. Boyle, was in Stanford Saturday, and Peek, Anna Camenisch, Sallie put his name down for the I. J. an- Smock Smock, Louise Smock. ea mix rm n s-other year. rt RSfkfsr 6 M $ u'.wi i" r. sc& 1, !f&- a s fcftjnre Rev. William J. Holtzclaw, D. D., a Si fS"' t j dSicJE&iii Bli1taSO ( u w. aa of Louisville, and wife, are visiting NEAL'S CREEK HONOR ROLL For first month : the family of Mr. L. C King at Hubthe Signature of ble. Dr. Holtzclaw is a native of Grade 1. John Lee Naylor, Katie Lincoln county, but has been absent Phillips. Grade 2. John Phillips. for forty years. P jrjo Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Carpenter, MasGrade 3. Cassie Daugherty, Sara ter Jack Carpenter, Mr. J. N. Mene- Kirkpatrick, Rov Young. Grade 4. Pearl Baugh, Thelma fee, Sr., and J. N. Menefee, Jr., mo? 4f &A tored to Cynthiana Saturday and Hutchinson. were the guests of Miss Theo Riggs For Second Month: "S 5 until Sunday afternoon. Grade 1. John Lee Naylor, Kate Alkv73T7C 3TBS John E. Lovell, of Wayne county, Phillips. has been the guest of his brother, Grade 2. Cassie Lee Young. Charles Lovell, on the Somerset pike, Grade 4. Pearl Baugh, Thelma In south of Stanford and his sister, Mrs. Hutchinson, Elmer Young. J. M. Ware, of the same section. For third month: VOFK CITY rHC centaji eo From here he went to Lawrenceburg Grade 1. Ella Kirkpatrick, John to visit his son. Lee Naylor, Katie Phillips, Georgia Phillips. Office of PIE SUPPER TURNERSVILLE Grade 2. Cora Lee Young, John R. M. Wheat sowing is the order of the Phillips. There will be a pie supper at day. White Oak School house Friday evHeadquarters for Best Grade 3. Sarah Kirkpatrick. Mrs. Walter Martin is quite sick. ening, Oct. 13th. The public is cordiGrade 4. Pearl Baugh, Thelma FIRE AND LIFE INSURANCE Mr. H. P. Martin and little daugh Hutchison. Phone 168 and 45. Stanford, Ky. ally invited to attend. Take Kail's Taraily FlUs for constipation. ter, Ruby are sick. Mr. Chandler has sold out to Mr. R. H. Cooper. Robert Cooper will We offer One Hundred Dcllnrs Kcwnrd for any move to the place the first of the case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by Hall's year. Catarrh Cure. Mrs. Bettie Singleton is at the bedi 2. CIIENCY & CO., Toledo, O. We, the undersigned, tare known P. J. side of her sister, Mrs. Walter Mar" Chtue? for the lat 5 jcirs. end believe lilm tin. perfectly honorable iu 1' business transactions Mr. Richard Peek has returned and financially able to carry out any obligations made by his firm. home after a three weeks' stay in NAT. BANK OP COMMERCE. , Lyon county visiting relatives and Toledw, Ohio. ITall's Catarrh Cure is tal;en internally, nctlnpr friends. directly unon the blood and mucous surfaces of Misses Bessie and Hazel Gooch the system. Testimonials ent free. Price 75 were the guests of Miss Myrtle Cain cents per bottle. Sold by all DriiKKlsts. How's This? -- Shaidresi Cry r.'s S. 4- ?r Fietcher's Ar& KT9V maz Vk & zmmmmm, ra 5 w 9XfTzf'TJ rcweaw t& f 88JSy CJs KSh i naatf Wain JTSrln Zrrnm m Wi &m 3 fl W n mv: .m tSA rX. raw ik Ek.Fi tc Lt&i W-& mm B F1 K3 4 uffcSSr !Bsaai8ya8ssi m& u m ny mum e& Iv t M mM r A mTA lBLX. . - "". fiiT-vo..-.-;:,-.. t. " od " Min-tont-il- le, hi it is CAST It h, -- tlftfeZa yBears r - K3 m - i j.i &L8 JP ifs&r--i 'TJ iliw juiiu V Use For Over iuu HTA iittYy wrr ium ays mvusmi l&ttfth- 30 Years SSBaBaaSa&asagS NEWLAND e, "Geis-lf- " !Ch.ere'3 Never many friends. Mr. and Mrs. Logan McCall went to Maretburg Sunday to visit his father, Jop McCall, who has been on the sick list. Mr. Sam Thurmond and Mr. and Mrs. James Price, of Bradfordsville, are guests of Mr. J. H. Wrenn and family. YVear James and Albert Carpenter, of Use 1 v Mr "Gets-It- " Shoes Crab Orchard, have been the guests Thai Fit Tonight of their grandparents, Dr. and Mrs. J. G. Carpenter. Mrs. Nancy Kelly of Lancaster, is the guest of her sister, Mrs. J. W. Lunsford, who has been confined to her bed for several months. Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Kimes and daughter, Miss Beatrice Bissing, are guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Dish-osouth of Stanford. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Cox and handsome little sons have returned to their home at Mt. Vernon after a visit to Dr and Mrs. W. J. Childress at Hustonville. L. E. Carpenter, of Philiadelphia, does the rest.' The onds "GETS-IT- " Pa., joined his wife and son here, old way is to bundle up your toes in who are the guests of Mrs. Carpenharnesses and bandages, use salves rings ter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. N. that make toes raw. cotton knives that makeyour corns and Menefee, Friday. your heart out 'diggers" that tear Mrs. Swager Sherley, wife of the and leave the corn in. No wonder they make you limp and wince. Forget all Congressman who spoke here Mon these use "GETS-IT,- " the simplest day afternoon, came with her discorn remedy in the world, easiest to use. never falls or sticks, palnles3. Yonr tinguished husband. She was de-- j corn loosens, then you life It off. You lightf ully entertained at dinner by can wear smaller shoes. Miss Mary Bruce. "GETS-IT- " is sold and recommended by druggists everywhere. 25c a Miss Nancy Yeager has returned bottle, or sent on receipt of price, by , home from Louisville where she has E. Lawrence & Co.. Chicago. 111. tinon fnr corovol r!arc "IVTicc Vflorrni Sold in Stanford and recommend-- ! accompanied a crowd from Pittsburg, fd s,th?.wo?d?,,best corn remedy 'Pa., to Mammoth Cave for a day or by The Lincoln Pharmacy so. Kothing on Earth Like It For Corns and Calluses. "Whenever you pret corns and just Usa don't experiment OKTS-IT- " and nothing else. Easuse iest and simplest thins I know togec- just a few; drops on in a lew cal-1oe- p5 n, pop-eye- d, , i Fails for Corns ! Smith and Miss Grace Trimble, of Kings Mountain, were in town Friday. Col. J. Harvey Vanhook, of Burn-sid- e, was here Monday, and was kept busy shaking hands with his Oliver and family. Free Demonstration Sufferers for $r Noted Foot Specialist F00T-EAZER All Foot SCHQLIS FOR TIRED ACHING FEFT. For the benefit of all who have foot troubles, whose feet ache or pain, who tire easily, we have arranged for the services of a noted Chicago Foot Specialist, who will be at our store for two days I I P.. TO AND .WEAK ANKLES RE VTHErEETy Tuesday and Wednesday October 1 0--1 1 Consult Him His Services are Free and You'll Not Be Obliged to Purchase Your Shoes Here! SCH0LL5 BUNION RIGHT ! STRAIGHTENS CROOKED (OVERbAPPING TOES, iTHE CAUSE OF BUNI0N5 Scholl's Foot Comfort Service Insures Good Feet We have inaugurated as a permanent feature of our store an orthopedic department for the relief and cure of all foot troubles where we will-givDr. Scholl's Foot Comfort Service and where we shall carry a full line of Scholl's Foot Comfort Giving Appliances and Devices invented and manufactured by Dr. Wm. M. Scholl, the world's greatest Foot Specialist. e SCHDLL'S ANTERIOR METATARSAL 'V"vrv There's a SCHOLL Appliance for Every Foot Ailment or Deformity Scholl's Bunion Reducer for the bunion or enlarged FOR CRAMPS AND PAINS IN TOES BALL AND OF FOOT. joints. Reduces and protects the bunion or enlarged joints. Scholl's Toe Right for overlapping small toes and soft corns between the toes a sure cure. Scholl's Fixo Corn Plaster guaranteed to remove antiseptic healing and pleasant to the feet. Scholl's Footdok cures perspiring, sweaty feet. Scholl's Toe-Fle- x for bunion or overlapping toe. corns. Scholl's Fixo Foot Powder Whiskers Young man, if you are not going to wear a full beard '"$d' V -- wl'l VI " FOR MORTENS TOE H and springy equalizes the body's weight and gives a buoyant and graceful step. Arch Support for severe cases Scholl's of flat foot and for persons of heavy weight gives an upward, springy pressure to the key-boof the arch. Scholl's Absorbo Corn Pads remove corns and calouses by the process of absorption; also prevents shoe pressure. Tri-Spring Scholl's Foot Easer A Foot Rest eases the feet, gives absolute rest to muscles and nerves light ne - - &m&m 3t &SL&.-&J- S- ip ?i$U jX &: fW.7,k? E""C 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. ct begets the respect of others. Self-respe- 21W7f7rr?& mMu.., .ySS"W SChOUS I FIXO CORN PLASTER ADIfTERENT KIND OF CORN REMEDY we make your feet We do more than just sell you a pair of shoes comfortable and happy. Come in it will cost you nothing. W Home of Better Shoes L SCHOLL'S Parks & Hendr en Danville, Kentucky SCHOLL'S BUNION SPRING ACTS AS A LEVER FDR DRAWING SCHOll'S TOMOO v Shave Every Day We sell a complete guaranteed line of tonsorial articles: BUNION REDUCER .REDUCES ENLARGEMENT PRESSURE SCHOtl'S ASSORBO PADS F0R.OVERLAPP1NG TOES -v " ANDv i ;rFT L fll' I RELIEVES T(? Razors, Strops Soaps t Styptic Pencils Soothing Ointments Safety Razors New Blades Brushes r ) CORNS BETWEEN y TOES 'CW STOPS THE PAIN BT EVERY CALLOUS CROOKED BUNION TDtS STRAIGHT ON BOTTOM Of FOOT Talcum Powder THE LINCOLN PHAR MACY, Stanford, Ky. ."ffxC'ja- The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky: Farm and Stock News sn little snace in to paper that it is com pelled to carry most 01 its report 01 Court Day stock sales over till Friday's issue, when all it was able to obtain and there is quite a bunch of them will be printed. Rnnnrramnrn & McKecknie. of the Hubble section, sold a half dozen shoats last week to Jerry Caldwell, cents a 2 of Boyle county, at 8 pound. The little pigs averaged 90 Tuesday, October 10, 1916. Thp T .T. Vins e day's four-pag- 1-- pounds. Who Will Bring His Brand New Production to Stanford Opera House FRIDAY, October 13th The Taylor Livery Company will have their regular county court day sale of HORSES and MULES at their Livery Stable in Danville next day. Bring in your stock. : Mon: : : : Mothers and Fathers Why not buy a "Woolly Boy" Suit for your boy next time Sturgeon, and rented W. G. Bradford's farm to him. This is Tanlac Week. Yowell & Eads, of Hustonville, of purchased of Walter McKinney, More than seven million five hundred thousand bottles of Tanlac have fat Mt. Salem, 31 head of one been sold in the United States in the two years since the first bottle was sold. hogs at nine cents a pound and fat sow for eight and a half cents fact alone is sufficient explanation why Tanlac Week should now from Stewart Hanson. J. B. Dyer, of Clinton county, was be celebrated in cities throughout the United States. The tremendous and on the market here Monday with a corking nice bunch of feeding steers. unprecedented success of Tanlac could not have been achieved without true He had no trouble in disposing of them at top prices, getting 6 2 merit. The 8,000 druggists who are giving Tanlac their renewed endorse cents a pound for 33 head. J. M. Coy, they have behind them the), of Madison county, bought them. The ments by special displays this week know 2 pounds. bovines averaged 837 unqualified endorsement of Tanlac by millions of satisfied customers. L. 0. Martin, of Lilly Dale, Tenn., No other medicine has ever had the same success Tanlac has wori who is one of the regulars here on court days, from below the border, Its fame was instantaneous sold half dozen nice steers that aver- as a tonic, appetizer, invigorant and revitalizer. aged about 800 pounds, at $6.12 and it spread through the country until today it is known everywhere as The J. M. Coy, of Madison, got three of them weighing 2,790 pounds; and Master Medicine. Mason Dunn, of Madison got the other three, totalling 2,380 in weight. TRUE WORTH EXPLAINS SUCCESS The biggest purchase of live stock on the market here Monday by any Tanlac's success is easily explained true worth. The tens of thousands one buyer was that of Simon Weil, of Lexington, who is buying sloppers of men and women who have endorsed praise because they are grateful for his trade just now. Mr. Weil secured a total of 212 here, and they for the relief Tanlac has given them. cost him from 5 to G 4 cents a To suffer from sleeplessness, indigestion, nervousness, rheumatism, pound. He bought nine young bulls of .various parties and different belching and bloating from gas; dizziness and biliousness; kidney and liver weichts. as follows: 1 from Rube 1 of Horton, weighing 700 pounds; troubles, pains in the stomach, the back and the head for years, and then to Mr. Robinson 745 pounds; 1 of R. C. is pleasant to take, gentle and gradual in Hocker 820 pounds; 1 from Mr. get relief through a tonic Crow, 1,050 pounds; 1 from Ed Ballard 820 pounds; 2 from Mr. Robin" its results, renewing the appetite, aiding assimilation, and restoring health, son, 1,280 pounds; 1 from Mr. Woods vigor, ambition and strength, is enough to make people grateful. 950 pounds; 1 from Mr. Orman, 490 pounds; Mr. Weil secured five calves Tanlac is The Master MedTens of thousands of people have said from T. W. Jones, one at $20 and the others by the pound, totalling icine. Tanlac Week therefore means something to them. 1,855 pounds;. The heifers he secured were as follows: 2 from L. O. ENDORSEMENTS ARE REMARKABLE Martin, weighing 1.380 pounds; 1 of Mr. Tucker G40 pounds 10 from FoSome of the endorsements of Tanlac are remarkable. They show ley & Stephens, weighing 6,280 pounds and two cows from this same Tun-dow- n firm, weighing 1,780 pounds. His taking Tanlac was a profitable investment for sick, weak, nervous, as folpurchases of steer cattle were men and women profitable in more than one way. Some of, the lows: 14 from Lutes, averaging 900 pounds; 4 from Martin weighing are written over and over. praise of Tanlac is in phrases pounds; 25 from Tucker, we:gh-in- g me back on the payroll" "I "I feel like a new man" "Tanlac has 13,000 pounds; 4 from Crow, weighing 2,230 pounds; t;s irom ro-le- v "I do twice as much work weighing CJ.070 never lav off from my work since I took Tanlac" & Stephens, pounds; 3 from I. l Roberts weigh- as I used "Tanlac has made me feel twenty years younger" "I wake ing 1,100 pounds; G from T.W. Jones 3 weighing 5,250 pound..; 10 from up in the morning feeling fine now." Broyles, weighing 7,300 poandb; 6 Many women have written, "I have my natural color back since I took from Spears, weighing S.iUo rounds; 1 from 1 from Roberts., 3.0 pourds; "I feel like a girl again" "My neighbors ask me what I have done Hunn, weighing 790 pounds, 'his one Tanlac" cost him $32.50; 26 from Jones, 20-6- to look so young and my answer is Tanlac" "I feel like a different woman; pounds 1 from Jones 765 pounds 14 from M. R. Damvon 14,820 my housework is a pleasure since I took Tanlac" 150-pound Charles Lovell, on the Somerset pike, sold to W. H. Shanks, of Stanford, seven weanling calves, all by a fine Poll Angus bull at $30 a head. He also delivered to Mr. Shanks couple of yearling steers for $95. One of the best mules sold here during the court day trading was a mare mule eight years old, which J. C. McDonald, of West Fork, Tenn., sold to Bright, Ingram & Fox, of Danville, for $225. Clyde Sturgeon, general manager of the Sturgeon Real Estate Co., of King's Mountain, has sold the Maurice Singleton property to George Tanlac, the Great New Medicine, Sweeps Over Nation; Merit Wins and Multitudes Give It Praise "Made Me Younger""Put Me Back on The PayrolT--"Ga- ve Me New Life" In The Thousands of Endorsements Given Master Medicine That 1-- that 1-- 1 that 1-- 2. it it 3-- that that that 3,-5- 80 that put to" 10 pounds. ft l ." ," ' r . "S"v r rr L nv- ' i CINCINNATI STOCK MARKET Hogs receipts 5,000 head; ac tive; packers and butchers, $9.75 10; common to choice, $79.15; pigs and lights, $5 9.15; stags, $7 8.50. Cattle receipts 4,100 head slow; steers. $58.50; heifers, $4.50 6.75; cows $4 5.75; calves, lower, $4.50 12. Sheep receipts 90 head; weak, $2.506; lambs, slow, feSL W )t zrwi fZZ'lEUC-S- J - I I i tJlilVI miw-- - YffiT ' U MAH? -- rT V 1916 Maer Brothers .i is THEREany as much difference in a "Woolly Boy" Suit other make, as the difference between daylight and darkness. These clothes are cut to fit; all "Pure Wool," sewed thruout with Belding's pure dye silk thread. Those are some of the expressions which tens of thousands of men and women have used, in statements praising Tanlac. TANLAC MEETS A NEED Prepared from a secret formula, purely vegetable and absolutely free from mineral taint, Tanlac has met the need of a great reconstructive tonic to feed while it heals sick, sore stomachs; to promote digestion, aid assimila$610. tion, induce healthy and normal function of the digestive apparatus, and to build up health and strength in a natural way. NOTICE TO THE Throughout the vast world Nature has placed remedies for the healing TAXPAYERS. of the nations. In Tanlac the best of them are merged for a sensible, reliable I, or my deputies will be at the following places in Lincoln county on remedy. In Tanlac nature offers the great natural remedy for the everyday the dates named for the purpose of collecting your taxes which are now ills from which millions of men and women suffer. due. Please meet us promptly. Bring The ingredients or medicinal elements which make Tanlac come from your road claims with you. Dates are as follows: far separated sections of the globe. It is as though Nature, planting her garKing's Mountain, Oct. 13. Waynesburg, Oct. 14. dens in every zone of the vast world, permitted man to select the best for Hustonville, Oct. 21st. compounding into a great remedy. Man has spared no expense or labor to Crab Orchard, Nov. 4th. Waynesburg, Nov. 11th. get these best ingredients. Hustonville, Nov. 25th. J. G. WEATHERFORD, Sheriff of NOW A HOUSEHOLD REMEDY Lincoln County. Roots, herbs and barks best suited to a great tonic are used in the makPUBLIC SALE ing of Tanlac. They are selected scientifically arid blended with care. In I shall sell at public auction on order to insure a supply of them for Tanlac, The Cooper Medicine Company October 14, 1916 Ten tons of one ingredient beginning at 10 o'clock A. M., farm bought large amounts of certain ingredients. some improvements, acres, of 45 convenient to church and school. Sit- were bought on one order. TVIV, '. oupnacc cfavrinw sr miictclv. is lasrino". If has nppnmp a lirmca uated on the Crab Orchard and Way- noclmrir rnnrl near T?rour?htontOWn. Live stock, tools, furniture and other hold remedy and is in two million homes because it is the great medicine things. products. TERMS: Cash on day of sale. which Nature offers from her best JOHN BUHRER, Crab Orchard, Ky., Millions of people know this and Tanlac therefore is praised everyR. F. D. No. 1. Box 92. where as The National Tonic the upbuilder of health and strength through the stomach, blood and nerves. PUBLIC SALE 1-- 2 78-3- p. On SATURDAY, n4- - Prices $5 to $12.50 Other makes $2 to $4 Robinson's J. ., OCTOBER 21st., q.qo o m nt tyiv residence, two miles from Stanford on the Danville pike, I will sell to the highest Didder 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 MORELAND months credit, with note and approv- HUSTONVILLE ed security. McKINNEY. JOS. BALLOU, Stanford, Ky. un-$1- 0, You Can Buy Tanlac at These Exclusive Agencies The Penny Drug Store, Stanford, Ky. Abraham -- Minks Adams True & Co, Bros. W. C. Bryant ELLISBURG CRAB ORCHARD..Lyne Bros. John Robins BRODHEAD LANCASTER BEE LICK WAYNESBURG. J. Reynolds R. E. McRoberts & W. A. Hortoa Son jrv